According to latest car new, Toyota has put the Fine-Comfort Ride concept on the list of “model-to-boast” at the approaching 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. The famous Japanese carmaker reveals that its latest concept will be “a new form of the premium saloon.” However, it resembles a minivan or a hatchback rather than a sedan, to be frank.
Toyota has put the Fine-Comfort Ride concept on the list of “model-to-boast” at the approaching 2017 Tokyo Motor Show
Thanks to overall dimensions worth 4,830 mm x 1,950 mm x 1,650 mm (L X W X H) and a 3,450-mm wheelbase, the Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride concept can comfortably accommodate up to six passengers. Broadly, the concept is very unique. First, it attracts us to its wheels. You can see that the wheels are placed firmly at the four corners of the vehicle, so it has not got any overhangs, in general. Moreover, in lieu of a traditional B-pillar, the Fine-Comfort Ride now receives a big rear sliding door. In particular, sound insulation, stability and comfort will be likewise improved due to a fully-covered underside design.
Broadly, the concept is very unique
The Fine-Comfort Ride now receives a big rear sliding door
Moving inside, the cabin design seems to owe its inspiration to a diamond which is wider at the front and narrower at the rear. This design will enhance the visibility for both driver and occupants. The interior is quite simple but modern and futuristic with only a massive center touchscreen on the dashboard. Even, projection technology will probably appear on the side windows.
The interior is quite simple but modern and futuristic
As claimed by the manufacturer, the Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride will be a fuel-cell concept which can reach a driving range of up to 1,000 km and can be refueled within around 3 minutes.