• Oct 20, 2005

This is way cool — Toyota premiered its i-swing yesterday at the Tokyo Motor Show. The concept can be used in two-wheel mode for busy sidewalk travel, or three-wheel mode for an experience not unlike a street luge, I would imagine. Except that running feet-first into the delivery truck you didn't see until the last second would probably be much less pleasant than simply grazing the track wall, but I digress.

The vehicle is controlled by a joystick and "ski-like" movements made by the driver, and it's apparently enhanced by artificial intelligence "to grow, learning the habits and preferences of users." Scary. Head on over to engadget to learn more.



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      • 9 Years Ago
      I had no idea that Dr. Xavier designed vehicles for Toyota.
      • 9 Years Ago
      I want a t-shirt that says i-swing.
      • 9 Years Ago
      That's one fancy wheelchair.