Toyoda Gosei To Showcase The Flesby II Concept In Tokyo

Toyoda Gosei has announced plans to introduce a handful of new concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show.

The most interesting of the group is the Flesby II which is billed as an ultra-compact vehicle designed for 2030.

The cartoonish looking concept has a welcoming appearance as well as a soft exterior which is constructed from e-rubber. The latter substance has a handful of purposes as its shaped can be changed with electricity and its soft surface helps to prevent injuries to pedestrians.

The company will also display a Flesby II interior concept which resembles an egg and promises to envelop drivers in a relaxing environment that features softly-textured materials as well LED lighting.

Besides the Flesby II concepts, Toyoda Gosei will showcase some ideas that could potentially be used on autonomous and electric vehicles. The first is a futuristic front end concept which has a plastic grille module that incorporates cameras and a millimeter wave radar for autonomous driving systems. The concept also features communication lamps that “inform people … of the vehicle’s conditions and intentions.”

The company will also display an interior concept with a next-generation steering wheel that is able to sense the driver’s condition with cameras and sensors.

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  • PLEASE, THESE ARE PLUSH TOYS TO SELL IN THE GIFT SHOP NOT CARS FOR ADULTS.

    • Bash

      Flesby II, its even has a toy name you can find at Toys R Us

      • gary4205

        Actually. …Flesby sounds more like something a woman would buy to keep her “company” at night when her husband (or boyfriend) is not around.

  • Finkployd

    Not sure I’d go to work driving that circus looking car but I mean it’s fun

  • gary4205

    Godless….soulless….pod.

    • Status

      You know there wasn’t ever a god to begin with.