Toyota brought out the Toyota FT-EV II earlier this week. Fans of the brand will get to see the electric concept all throughout the Tokyo Motor Show.
With a "retro-futuristic" interior, the car is designed with two levers in place of a steering wheel and pedals. It has an active auto-pilot that navigates the vehicle while simultaneously downloading audio and video suiting the owner's tastes.
The concept has a 90 kilometer range, and a top speed of 100 km/h. It runs entirely on lithium-ion batteries.
Changes between this and the first FT-EV include a shorter nose, flatter windshield, and new front bumper.