Toyota Introduces the Concept-i at CES

Recently, at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Toyota revealed an innovative concept vehicle that emphasizes the company’s conviction that vehicles of the future should adjust to the people that are using them. The Concept-I was developed with the goal of providing a warm and welcoming user experience.

Designed by Toyota’s CALTY Design Research Center in Newport Beach with user experience technology development from the company’s Innovation Hub in San Francisco, the Concept-i boasts artificial intelligence that learns to adapt to the driver’s needs and thus create a relationship that goes much deeper than analyzing driving patterns and schedules.

Equipped with sensors that measure the driver’s attention level and emotions, the Concept-i will also track geographic location and relevant road conditions. This allows the car to adjust how much autonomous driver-assistance is needed. The interface, nicknamed “Yui,” will dynamically display information when and where it’s most need, both inside and outside the car.

Toyota believes that the future of automated or connected vehicles will be built on the experience of the people who engage with the vehicles, so their intention is to develop a vehicle that engages with people in return.

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