Toyota Unveils New Smart Technology

By toyotareddie | Posted in Uncategorized on Sunday, January 10th, 2016 at 3:10 pm

Toyota is starting the year off with a bang by showcasing some of the new technologies that will become part of future designs, including the TOYOTA Smart Center, the heart of company’s “vision for a Smart Mobility Society that connects people, vehicles and communities,” Toyota said in a statement.

The new Toyota technology is being showcased at the International Consumer Electronics Show. Technologies on display include:

  • Next generation connected service systems such as Agent+, which leverages multiple factors including day, time, location and driving history to predict likely destinations and help guide you there quickly and efficiently.
  • The Mobility Teammate Concept, which demonstrates Toyota’s more than 20 years of research and development into automated driving technologies. The vehicle showcases Toyota’s approach to automated driving – building relationships between people and cars to help them team up in pursuit of safe and enjoyable driving. This approach acknowledges the utility of automated driving technologies while maintaining the fun experience of driving itself.
  • A deep learning and artificial intelligence display, where scale model Prius connected vehicles learn from and share with each other in real time to create a safe driving environment.

2016 Toyota Prius V Wagon Three

While these technologies are not yet available to consumers, come check out some of the latest Toyota models at Toyota of Muncie, including with the 2016 Toyota Prius V Five-Door Wagon Three. With the Prius, Toyota has thought to add a number of technical amenities, including a smartphone app integration system and Pandora Internet radio. However, to enjoy these tech features, new owners will have to install an app on their telephone and register an account.

Come visit Toyota of Muncie to take a look at the new 2016 Toyota Prius V Five-Door Wagon Three and get ready for additional technological rollouts coming in the near future.

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