Toyota to exhibit Toyota i-Road personal mobility concept at CEATEC Japan 2013

Toyota will exhibit the Toyota i-Road personal mobility concept car, which is to be introduced for use in the Ha:mo system, at CEATEC Japan 2013 to be held from October 1 to 5.Ha:mo, a collective name, is an urban transport system designed to provide transport that is amenable to users, cities and society as a whole by optimally combining personal mobility vehicles such as automobiles with public transportation.

hamoThe system comprises “Ha:mo Ride”, a compact electric vehicle sharing service that meets the need for short-distance urban transport, and the provision of multi-modal routing information on optimal means of transportation taking into consideration both total carbon dioxide emissions and convenience according to current road conditions and public transportation operating status. Toyota will expand the “Ha:mo” optimized urban transport system undergoing operational trials in Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture since October 2012. The expansion will take effect on October 1.

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