Toyota i-Road happily cruises the streets
Narrow roads, stone streets, windy oceanside drives and traffic congestion are no match for these happy little vehicles, which are 850 millimeters wide (that's 33.4 inches to you and me, about as wide as a baseball bat is long). If you were wondering how the concept sways back and forth, it's because of what the Japanese automaker calls its "Active Lean" technology. Note how the fenders move up and down through the turns. "iRoll, iRock, i-Road" indeed.
Toyota showed off the three-wheeled concept vehicle at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this week, complete with hourly driving demonstrations. You can see the official happy-go-lucky, 85-second video below.
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