Posted Feb 14th 2013 3:00PM
The Toyota Fun-Vii is an eccentric concept car that has been engineered to connect and interact with the infrastructure surrounding it by way of wireless technology. Oh, and just in case you were wondering: the acronym "Vii" stands for "vehicle, interactive, internet."
That's right folks, this is no Toyota Corolla - this concept is aimed squarely at tech-crazed generation Y. Personalization is key in the Vii concept, and Toyota has designed the vehicle such that the driver can alter the content displayed on the interior and exterior of the Fun-Vii.
We must also add that it looks awfully slippery through the air - should this concept ever make it to production without losing its form, an impressive co-efficient of drag is sure to help it easily hit some impressive fuel economy numbers.
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