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Kazuyoshi Yura

Mitsubishi Galant

Fung Yu

I-Unit Concept Car from Toyota

World of Toyota, Manila, Philippines

September 23, 2006

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© 2006 Fung Yu, Some Rights Reserved. Creative Commons License

Caption

Taking center stage at the recent 2nd World of Toyota Motor Show are the displays of the I-Unit Concept Car and the 2nd Generation Prius Hybrid Vehicle. The I-Unit is a form of personal mobility that seeks to attain greater balance of meeting individuals’ desire to enjoy freedom of movement, harmony with society, and harmony with the Earth’s natural environment.

The design concept for the i-unit is the simple unadorned beauty of a leaf that is carried lightly by the wind, blending with nature.

The basic package for the i-unit contains two modes: a low-speed mode and a high-speed mode. It can maneuver equally well within rooms and on ordinary streets, and was developed to offer “personal mobility” for a single driver.

The i-unit is an electric vehicle powered by Lithium-ion batteries.

Portions of text from www.toyota.co.jp and www.toyota.com.ph


I-Unit website here.

Related VRs here.

Location

Asia / Philippines

Lat: 14° 36' 5.04" N
Long: 120° 58' 55.92" E

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

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