Similar to Toyota’s i-Unit concept, the i-Swing “has a ‘wearable’ quality, almost like an item of clothing: its low-resistance urethane body is covered in cloth to soften any impact, should it bump into anyone on the street, and an LED panel can be customised to suit the owner’s mood.” Video after the jump.

Designed by Hideo Miwa from yes, Toyota, it’s named the i-swing and looks like a chair on wheels, or a jetpac. The designer believes that cars will evolve into more of a wearable design

[via HackedGadgetsYahoozipped]

Similar to Toyota’s i-Unit concept, the i-Swing “has a ‘wearable’ quality, almost like an item of clothing: its low-resistance urethane body is covered in cloth to soften any impact, should it bump into anyone on the street, and an LED panel can be customised to suit the owner’s mood.” Video after the jump.

Designed by Hideo Miwa from yes, Toyota, it’s named the i-swing and looks like a chair on wheels, or a jetpac. The designer believes that cars will evolve into more of a wearable design

[via HackedGadgetsYahoozipped]