Philippines Live – Toyota FUN VII Concept

Posted on: Sep 18, 2014 - 7:40pm IST

The Toyota FUN VII Concept car has been showcased at the CAMPI 2014 (Philippines Motor Show 2014).

Toyota FUN VII frong three quarter Concept at CAMPI 2014
The Toyota FUN VII concept previews next generation in-car connectivity and usage of displays.

Toyota says that the concept car is designed to “instantly change inside and out”. The exterior of the FUN VII is made of LCD screens which not only allows a personalized display but also, on the inside, connects with roadways, infrastructure and other cars.

Toyota FUN VII Concept rear three quarter right at CAMPI 2014

The concept measures 4,020 mm in length, 1,745 mm in width, 1,415 mm in height, 2,750 mm in wheelbase and has a seating capacity of 3 passengers.

Toyota FUN VII Concept front three quarter at CAMPI 2014

The wedge shaped concept car also previews futuristic augmented reality, providing mobility solutions for tomorrow. The navigation is seamlessly integrated into the interior display and the “navigation concierge” offers vocal assistance.

Toyota FUN VII Concept headlight at CAMPI 2014

Majority of the concept’s functions can be remotely accessed through a smartphone. The software for the drive, control and infotainment can be constantly updated.

Toyota FUN VII Concept at the 2014 Philippines International Motor Show – Image Gallery

Toyota FUN VII Concept – Press Release

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One thought on “Philippines Live – Toyota FUN VII Concept

  1. Saran says:

    Reminds me of Tata Connect Next concept!

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