Toyota has announced an ambition plan to solve highly mobile delivery services in the world of autonomous cars. Toyota calls them “E-Pallet” and describes them as “fully automated electrical generators of the new generation, which are designed to be adaptable to a whole range of services, aka Mobility as a Service.”
At first glance, you might think these may look like luxury containers on wheels, which grow and shrink depending on their specific task, and essentially you’re right. It should be added that it is still just a concept car, which stood out at the luxurious CES 2018 trade fair in Las Vegas.
The luxurious E Palette car by Toyota should manage and essential perform a number of services. For instance, from typical mobility services like bike and car sharing, through to less typical tasks like a mobile office or commercial space, medical clinic, hotel room, etc. Do you desire a new pair of shoes? Call the mobile E Pallet with footwear and try various designs in various sizes.
The Toyota Palette will also cooperate with Amazon, Didi Chuxing, Mazda, Pizza Hut and Uber. There is even the possibility that we’ll see the car at the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo in 2020. The Japanese automobile giant hopes to provide a mobile solution and other innovative mobility options. Let us wait and be surprised at how it all turns out.
The luxurious E-Palette comes in three dimensions with a length between four and seven metres, to meet specific needs and above all to be practical. If you’re wondering which vehicle was on display at CES, here is some concise information. The vehicle was 4800 mm long and 2250 mm high. Friendly, luxurious and useful!