The Toyota i-TRIL concept, destined for next month's Geneva motor show, will preview the company's step into the autonomous driving landscape.
Described as an alternative to city cars, motorcycles, and "and other electric vehicles", the i-TRIL is said to be Toyota's view of an engaging and environmentally friendly mobility solution.
The vehicle will not be entirely autonomous, however. Rather, it will provide hands-on control for those who prefer it - and for so long as it remains legal - while allowing for autonomous driving as needed.
The Toyota Europe-designed concept is still to be revealed, but a teaser released today shows that we can expect Toyota's current styling language to be evolved for a more futuristic look.
Inside will be a one-plus-two seating configuration, matched to Active Lean technology for a motorbike-like feel in corners.
Watch for the i-TRIL to debut in Geneva, and catch our earlier autonomous driving news, and Toyota news and reviews, at the links below.