These are Toyota’s wildest concept cars
The FT-1 caught us by surprise. But then so did these old motor show concepts
Posted: 16 Jan 2014
Unveiled at last year's Tokyo Motor Show, this concept doesn't actually have a steering wheel, instead moving from one calamity to the next by the driver physically shifting his or her body forwards, back, left or right. Kind of like a Segway 2.0. It also uses voice and image recognition to determine the driver's mood and driving history to suggest destinations; if you're anything like us, your gurning, terrified expression while shifting around will be stored for all eternity, the FV2 deducing you're having a heart attack and directing you to the nearest A&E department.
Bonkers rating: C