In efforts to stay a cut above the rest, Toyota will be unveiling the i-TRIL concept at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. Along with Toyota’s popular hybrid technology, the i-TRIL concept will also mark the debut of autonomous technology from the Japanese automaker. The upcoming vehicle will get a 1+2 seating layout. The concept vehicle has been designed in Europe and projects the company’s vision for urban motoring in 2030.
Toyota i-TRIL concept will also get the Active Lean technology, which enables the vehicle to handle corners comfortably and offer a motorcycle-like feel. It will be similar to i-Road concept that was showcased around four years ago at the Geneva Motor Show. The Active Lean technology functions on the basis of inputs received from the steering angle, gyro sensors and the car’s speed. For safety reasons and comply with norms, the vehicle will get hands-on control option.
Toyota i-TRIL concept will utilise a few bits from the older concept model and will be globally showcased at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. The vehicle will come forth as Toyota’s vision of a city car for 2030. Additional details on the technology and features will be known at the upcoming event.