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.