Sleek and futuristic, the Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride aims to be a self-driving lounger that’s powered by hydrogen fuel cells and individual hub motors. Its diamond-shaped cabin layout boasts four movable captain’s chairs, while an array of infotainment displays around the cabin provide “additional value other than movement to the passengers and is not simply just a ‘ride,'” according to Toyota. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“With individual electric motors pushed to the extremities, the vehicle is shorter in length (at under 16 feet) than a Sienna but rides on a longer wheelbase. It’s also about as wide, but sits lower. And of course, with an unspecified hydrogen fuel cell powertrain, it’s cleaner, too – with a range of about 620 kilometers, a refueling time of just three minutes, and not a single molecule of carbon emitted,” reports Car Scoops.