Toyota's mission is to give everyone in the world the freedom to move.

For over 85 years, Toyota's innovations have made people's lives easier. But as far as we've come, there is still so much we can do. The products shown on this site are examples of mobility concepts that Toyota and its partners are exploring to help us realize an even greater mission: giving all of humankind the freedom to move.

PROJECT BLAID

A visually impaired man in a white tennis sweater wears a Project BLAID while carrying a cup of tea.

Prototype shown. Not available for sale.

Awareness on your shoulders.

Wearable navigation for those who may need a little help.

A technology that helps people navigate their surroundings and do more with greater freedom, independence and confidence.

A visually impaired man in a white tennis sweater wears a Project BLAID while carrying a cup of tea.

Prototype shown. Not available for sale.

i-ROAD

A dark blue i-ROAD nimbly angles itself into a very tight space between two cars.

Prototype shown. Not available for sale.

It's like you're skiing through city streets.

The i-ROAD is a small, quick, safe and comfortable vehicle.

The ultracompact and eco-friendly i-ROAD has agility with the safety and comfort of a car.

A dark blue i-ROAD nimbly angles itself into a very tight space between two cars.

Prototype shown. Not available for sale.

iBOT

Prototype shown. Not available for sale.

Do more from a different point of view.

The freedom to go beyond your barriers.

A motorized chair that can stand tall and walk up and down stairs.

This versatile personal mobility assistant can tackle tough terrain and lifts its user to be at eye level for their everyday conversations.

EXO-WHEEL

Prototype shown. Not available for sale.

Level the playing field.

A motorized chair for everyone.

Whether it be around the office or on the field, the agile Exo-Wheel helps people to move through life.

CONCEPT-i

A gleaming white CONCEPT-i is parked outside a modern building, its A.I.

Concept vehicle shown.

More than a machine, a partner.

TOYOTA CONCEPT-愛i has a computer that understands what the user wants. It is safe and drives itself without you needing to touch the wheel.

The leader of our CONCEPT-i Series, TOYOTA CONCEPT-i uses artificial intelligence to connect with its driver―learning, protecting and inspiring them on the road ahead.

A gleaming white CONCEPT-i is parked outside a modern building, its A.I.

Concept vehicle shown.

i-RIDE

Concept vehicle shown.

The future of mass transit is personal.

The perfect vehicle for carpooling that is accessible for wheelchairs.

TOYOTA CONCEPT-i RIDE will transform mass transportation into a personable experience for everyone. Its gull wing design, pedal-less acceleration and braking, and joystick steering make it an accessible, easy drive for wheelchair users.

i-WALK

Concept vehicle shown.

Where cars can't go, it can.

TOYOTA CONCEPT-愛 i WALK is an electric scooter that drives you around town with the touch of a button.

Designed for sidewalks, TOYOTA CONCEPT-i WALK autonomously takes users around their city and can be ridden with footwear for any occasion.

i-TRIL

A compact i-TRIL cruises with ease down a modern city street.

Prototype shown. Not available for sale.

A joyride―with or without the kids.

The i-TRIL has three seats and can give you a fun ride around town without you needing to touch the wheel.

Fit for three, the sleek i-TRIL can fit in tight places and autonomously drive you across town (and back again).

A compact i-TRIL cruises with ease down a modern city street.

Prototype shown. Not available for sale.

FINE-COMFORT RIDE

Prototype shown. Not available for sale.

Technology and comfort.

Brilliant engineering wrapped in comfort.

The hydrogen-powered Fine-Comfort Ride zips along the freeways of the future.

Fine-Comfort Ride harnesses the power of hydrogen to zip smoothly along the freeways of the future.

HUMAN SUPPORT ROBOT

The Human Support Robot hands a smiling elderly woman a cup of water in bed.

Prototype shown. Not available for sale.

Your helping hand.

A friendly robot that helps with everyday household tasks and connects users with loved ones.

A friendly robot that's designed to make independent living possible by assisting with day-to-day tasks and connecting users with their family and friends.

The Human Support Robot hands a smiling elderly woman a cup of water in bed.

Prototype shown. Not available for sale.

PHYSICAL REHABILITATION AID ROBOT

A man is walking on the treadmill of the Physical Rehabilitation Aid Robot with the assistance of a physical therapist. He is supported by a suspension harness connected from his legs to the top of the robot's frame.

Prototype shown. Not available for sale.

Recover at your own pace.

Regain your natural stride.

A machine that helps people recover from leg, back and brain injuries.

The Physical Rehabilitation Aid Robot is a device that helps those who are having problems walking regain their natural walking ability.

A man is walking on the treadmill of the Physical Rehabilitation Aid Robot with the assistance of a physical therapist. He is supported by a suspension harness connected from his legs to the top of the robot's frame.

Prototype shown. Not available for sale.

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