Toyota showed off the Fun-Vii at the 2012 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The Fun-Vii is a completely customizable concept, with an exterior that can be changed as easily as uploading a new profile picture to Facebook, and on the inside offers up room for three occupants, which are guided by what the Japanese automaker calls a “holographic navigation concierge” ready to guide Toyota drivers through an interconnected superhighway that connects people, society and their vehicles to a next generation grid.
Toyota Fun-Vii concept at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show video
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