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The Toyota E-Pallete Concept Review: An Amazing Car With Store Folded In A Car

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If Toyota e-Pallete concept ever sees the light of day, you will be able to shop, work, visit a physician and perform a myriad of tasks all in the comfort of a mobile box. That is exactly what Toyota envisions in this as a, “fully-automated, next-generation battery electric vehicle designed to scale and can be customized for a range of Mobility as a Service business.”

And while the concept and shapes come out as outrageous and weird, Toyota has underlined its intentions to give them a life stating that it has partnered with companies such as Amazon, Didi Chuxing, Mazda, Pizza Hut, and Uber. In addition, Toyota has 2020 Olympics in Tokyo as its target season for the launch of the e-Pallete.

Toyota is aiming at enhancing its Mobility Services Platform (MSPF) with the aim of bringing mobility solutions that serve specific purposes and respond to future needs. While at it, Toyota is looking at providing solutions that can be used by other companies while serving a wider commercial purpose.

The autonomous car debate remains a concept whose fruits are yet to benefit the consumer greatly. Analysts argue that although Toyota’s concept is useful, its practicality remains dependent on the adoption of autonomous cars for general use.

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