You have to see the Toyota Fun-Vii in motion to understand everything that Toyota expects the car of the future to do.
This is one of those concept cars that cares not about engine size, weight or performance, but rather concentrates on the type of tech that future cars might contain.
What if changing the color or graphic treatment of your car was as simple as tapping an app?
We're previewing the future one concept video at a time. We look at Samsung's future in which transparent tablets conjure holographic magic. Toyota's squeaky-clean future makes us feel dirty. And to even things out we revisit 1939's vision of the year 2000.
Japanese carmakers push fuel-efficient vehicles, following the energy shortages caused by the March 11 quake and tsunami disaster.
Though Japan suffered an earthquake and tsunami last year, devastating its automotive business, the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show is an example of the country bouncing back, with new concepts and tech initiatives highlighting the auto industry's resurgence.