Tokyo Motor Show: Toyota's unreal i-Real
Toyota's president, Katsuaki Watanabe, rolled onto the stage in complete control of the amped up wheelchair and although his stiff demeanor carried over from the operation of the i-Real to his speech, we understand it's relatively easy to operate. Two joysticks fall to hand, controlling forward motion, braking and turning, and once the speeds increase – up to 30 km/h – the seat tilts back to stabilize the i-Real.
We've added a few live shots of the i-Real to our gallery and you can take a gander at our original post for more details.
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