From the humble, stage-coach like cars of the early 1900’s to the Chevy Volt and the Tesla Model-T, we’ve seen a drastic evolution of automobiles over time. This time it’s Toyota’s turn to impress…
Innovations that at one time would’ve been thought as “too good to be true” are now commonplace, in many modern vehicles. These innovations include such things as fuel-free driving and automated parking.
This week at the New York Car Show Toyota has unveiled a new concept car; known as the FT-4X, and showcases a ton of innovative features that are sure to stun anyone who will step into the vehicle in the future when it eventually reaches the market, as reported by the Verge.
In this overview, we will have a look at the Toyota FT-4X’s innovative features. You can get a glance of the mouth-watering design, both on the inside and outside, in featured video below video.
However, for this article we are going to focus on the internal features. One thing to take note of concerning in this splendid concept is that inside of it, everything isn’t as it seems.
For example, an armrest in the vehicle is actually a pull-out NorthFace sleeping bag. This is starting to sound more like a segment from an episode of the Jetsons, rather than an overview of internal features. Another jaw-dropping interior feature is that of handlebars which feature built-in water bottles.
With a trunk door that has a built-in warmer and a refrigerator, the FT-4X seems to cater towards those who want to adventure in the great outdoors, but don’t want to pack a tent. As Toyota states, they’re looking to cater towards a millennial crowd that primarily dwells in the city but occasionally seeks the thrills of outdoor adventures.
In addition to features that are truly unique to this vehicle (at least so far), it’s loaded with plenty of USB ports, a camera, and other features sure to make whoever drives it fall in love.
Will the FT-4X truly be the future of automobiles? It certainly contains interior technology that surpasses that of what is known in the world of pedestrian vehicles. Whether the targeted millennial audience drives it or a completely different group of drivers drives it, it’s sure to make a lasting impression.