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The Toyota Fun-vii (vehicle, interactive, Internet) was a 3-seat concept car unveiled at the October 2011 Tokyo Motor Show.[39] It was also shown at the January 2012 North American International Auto Show,[40] as the Toyota diji at the March 2012 Geneva Motor Show[39][41] and as the iiMo at the September/October 2012 Paris Motor Show[42] and the October 2012 São Paulo International Transport Industry Show.[43][44]

The interior colours can be altered to suit the driver's mood and the entire exterior of the car can be used as a display. Navigation help is provided by a 3D avatar that is projected from the dashboard. The car can communicate by electronic network with other cars and the road that are similarly equiped. Most features can be controlled by smartphone: Toyota president Akio Toyoda called it a "smartphone on four wheels".[45]

Initially the drive train was not known but it was revealed to be a pure electric vehicle with wireless recharging at the São Paulo show. Specifications were not given. The car is able to navigate by itself in "auto-pilot" lanes.
The Prius Custom Plus Concept is a modification of the Toyota Prius and shown at the January 2010 Tokyo Auto Salon.[3] The Custom Plus differs from the Prius by its aggressive body kit and new wheels.
The Toyota FT-CH (Future Toyota Compact Hybrid) is a concept vehicle built by Toyota and first shown at the January 2010 North American International Auto Show.[4] Compared to the Toyota Prius, the FT-CH is 22 inches shorter in overall length and less than an inch narrower in overall width. It is lighter in weight and more fuel efficient than the Prius. This concept is targeting a lower price range than the Prius line-up, thus "appealing to a younger, less-affluent buyer demographic."[5]

The FT-CH was designed at Toyota European Design and Development. The NiMH batteries are made by Panasonic EV Energy Co - a joint venture between Toyota and Panasonic.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toyota_concept_vehicles,_2010-2019#Fun-vii_.2F_diji_.2F_iiMo

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