New Toyota Concept-i - interior Exterior (Fantastic Car)
2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES2017) Press Conference - Bob Carter
Good afternoon, everyone! I am so happy to welcome you to the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show.
But before I begin to tell you about what we have at the show this year I'd like to acknowledge and welcome Tomoyama-san, Sr. Managing Officer, TMC. Thank you, Tomoyama-san for joining us today.

Now, I wouldn’t be doing my job if I didn’t share our 2016 sales results:
The industry ended with a best-ever December and best year with 17.5 M sales, exceeding 2015 and the 7th consecutive year of growth. Notably we've seen the car-truck mix move from 50/50 to 37/63 over the past three years, demonstrating the shift to SUVs and trucks is real.
Toyota Motor Sales sold 2.45M vehicles in 2016.The Toyota brand was the #1 retail brand for the 5th consecutive year and, for the 15th consecutive year, the Camry was the no. 1 selling vehicle in America.

Lexus had its 2nd best year in its 27-year history.
OK, let’s get to it. Toyota has an amazing floor display this year that we are really proud of. You’re going to get a first look at Entune 3.0, our next-generation telematics system. We’re also showing off Smart Device Link. It’s a platform for app developers to connect smartphones with vehicles. I encourage every one of you to stop by and have a look.

But today, we’re going to do something a bit different. We’re going to introduce you to a really special concept vehicle. And why is it so special? Because with all the talk about advances in automobile technology, it’s easy to lose sight of why we make cars in the first place. They’re for people. And at Toyota, we think the important question isn’t whether vehicles of the future will be equipped with automated or connected technologies. Of course they will. The important question is this: what will be the relationship between those vehicles and the people who use them?
Will it be cold? Robotic? Sterile? Tool-like? Technology on wheels and nothing more? Or will it be warm and friendly? Engaging? Immersive?

Because cars have always done more than just get us from point A to point B. They are our home on wheels. We connect with them. We build an emotional relationship. And thanks to our research into advanced artificial intelligence, we think that the future of the automobile is a vehicle that can connect with us right back.
Ladies and gentlemen, it is my pleasure to introduce you to the advanced artificial intelligence system we call “Yui.”

[TO YUI:] Say “hello”, Yui.
[TO YUI:] Very funny.
Yui learns from us, grows with us, and builds a relationship that is meaningful and emotional. What does that mean? Yui learns our preferences and our lifestyle; remembers where we like to go; pays attention to when we’re happy or sad.
And helps in ways that are big and small, anticipates our needs and improve our lives.

[TO YUI:] What did you expect, Yui? I’m on stage giving a speech to all these people.


[TO YUI:] Thanks, Yui. Much better.

[TO YUI:] But what are you still doing up there on the screen?
You’re supposed to be down there so I can let everyone see this amazing car!


Say hello to the Toyota Concept-I. First of all, this car is gorgeous. I want to recognize and congratulate CALTY Studio Chief Designer Ian Cartabiano, and Chief Engineer Makoto Okabe,
and their teams for the amazing work they’ve done to bring it to life.

But it’s more than just a pretty face. The CALTY team developed a concept called Kinetic Warmth. It’s a design philosophy that guided every element of Concept-I’s creation beginning with artificial intelligence.
It follows from our belief that the vehicle of the future shouldn’t start with technology it should start with the experience of the people who use it. And so we built the Concept-I from the inside out, focusing on making it immersive, warm, and energetic.
With assistance from the Toyota Innovation Hub in San Francisco, the interior of the vehicle is designed to help support that user experience. Lines flow from the center of the dashboard throughout the vehicle, and Yui can travel around them, using light, sound and even touch to communicate critical information.

There’s an amazing 3-D, head up display to help keep the driver’s eyes and attention on the road, but information also appears like magic on the dashboard, the walls, seats wherever you need it, when you need it.
Even the exterior of the vehicle is about building the relationship between the car and the world around it, communicating with others on the road while expressing motion, excitement, and even a little bit of magic.

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    Infurnes SEO

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    • Sir Schnitzel
      Sir Schnitzel

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      Andre Morgan

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      Talal Mirza

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      Liam Madey

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  • Epic Roblox Proman
    Epic Roblox Proman

    and what calm music

  • Epic Roblox Proman
    Epic Roblox Proman

    idk what to do in this car but its brilliant more toyotas are the best

  • Vincent Ruedas
    Vincent Ruedas

    *Look theres a big computer mouse i hope theres a big Computer too*

  • LitLooks ByLanii
    LitLooks ByLanii

    Bih this car is winking/blinking behind me I’m banging a mean U turn to the other side of the road 🤣🤣

  • Enrique Trejo
    Enrique Trejo

    Waooooo 😲 ya nada más Falta que abra una puerta interestelar y me lleve a marte.

  • aleesya_gacha palyzz
    aleesya_gacha palyzz

    Its sad that futuristic car doesnt look normal anymore and its weird if u have a drag race and its weird if u drifting like look at that back wheels and the last and the worst (i think) the 2 jz engine will gone

  • deliciouspops

    The real cool car. And i am liking very a few. Text on the back is a distraction though.

  • Kaşifin Günlüğü
    Kaşifin Günlüğü

    Ooooooooooo 😎😎😎😇😑😊🙂😃😂😃😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎

  • Sirorastic Productions
    Sirorastic Productions

    I love everything about it and you can watch tech zone’s video of this car and they will explain the features

  • Habuki Woofy
    Habuki Woofy

    I want to see this car moving

  • Andrew Delacruz
    Andrew Delacruz

    What the fuck is this thing and why is it winking at me

  • tural huseynli
    tural huseynli

    Çok güzel

  • Sayfan Kemas
    Sayfan Kemas

    This car is about 20 years too early

  • fsjal_scout

    when people say you can't buy friends:

  • uhh idk
    uhh idk

    I like the look of current cars, I want the technology of the future in a 5th Gen 4Runner, not some Terminator wet dream.

  • Scrub2K7

    i hope its $1

  • Samira Jarous
    Samira Jarous

    The old real cars is better and more beautiful

  • مجهول الحربي
    مجهول الحربي

    this not real car

  • علوش FM
    علوش FM


  • ณัฐสกล อรรจนสุพพัติ
    ณัฐสกล อรรจนสุพพัติ

    what's name of music papers in 0:00 ?

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  • Raito Lee
    Raito Lee

    A normal car in 2077 i guess

  • tom Jones
    tom Jones

    So will all vehicles change there appearance to look like this?

  • arup

    Hey that me nd my mind..

  • ola kede
    ola kede

    Maintenance costs: yes


    боковые лобовые стойки трудно сделать из титана?чтоб тонкие были!.....

  • Doreen Ofosua-Tieku
    Doreen Ofosua-Tieku

    I can’t believe I’m gonna due when it becomes available

  • 仲間死・

    I would want to win this car in the lottery if I'm lucky enough and who knows maybe this will cost around 705 grands as a starting prize

  • Darstan Kurdi
    Darstan Kurdi


  • Random Person
    Random Person

    What if??? The Rear tires popped???

  • Blaukriton

    I would buy it if its have no steering wheel and the driver and co-driver seat is turned to the middle.


    Does it take gas or is it all run on electricity?

  • Gilbert-Ian Rueda
    Gilbert-Ian Rueda

    Absolute heaven. I love it.


    Where can I buy this

  • Joseph Atnip
    Joseph Atnip

    The rear tire covers look kind of neat but are impractical what happens if you hit a pothole you have to be on completely 100% level flat perfect road condition one little 3-inch pothole and you'll tear that whole thing off or what happens trying to go through a drive-thru at Taco Bell and you bump a curb you'll tear the whole side of that thing up it's just not practical and butterfly doors and Gold Wing doors are death trap you can't get out in a rollover accident because there's no way to open the door you'd have to go through the window and if this car's electric and there's batteries there very well could be a fire due to a short after an accident just like a Samsung phone catching on fire

  • jay døpe
    jay døpe

    Robots are hear too soon... Gon be a robot revolution fighting for there rights... Hope I live to see that

    • ola kede
      ola kede

      Hope im not

  • nmarley

    that looks disgusting

  • Champagne Sylvie
    Champagne Sylvie

    I just fall in love with this car!

  • Best Bi
    Best Bi

    May I have one?

  • MI LAU
    MI LAU


  • Felix World
    Felix World

    Is that a robot

  • Ruwail the Gamer
    Ruwail the Gamer

    I hope my future will be best

  • Triple B
    Triple B

    If I was making a racing game, I would've added this car into the available cars list.

  • Volatile Sky
    Volatile Sky

    I wish they'd produce this rather than the overly angular and militaristic looking series of cards they just announced. This looks sleek, with a very different and unique profile. But instead it looks like they went with the multi faceted, sharp angular lines that are the current fad with manufacturers.

  • Galactic Hazaritos
    Galactic Hazaritos

    If this is a glimpse into the future of Toyota, sign me up. I'd like to see more real world practicality to this vehicle however, the starting block being it's rear tires. Change that and you've truly designed something uniquely vibrant.

  • David Lysaght
    David Lysaght

    What a pathetic idea a machine as your friend. Really people I fear for this generation.

  • Shelke

    A computer mouse on the road :)

  • Edemae Hupeda
    Edemae Hupeda

    Where toyota you buy that

  • Harish Tagad
    Harish Tagad




  • jackie chan
    jackie chan

    That car so insane

  • George Guzman
    George Guzman

    When I was kid growing up in the late 80s to 90s this is what I imagine how the future car would look like. It looks fun. This is certainly not for everyone... But I appreciate the art design. I like it.

  • P.T.onfire

    The music fooocked up the presentation sir. And yes that door will get destroyed if someone has an emergency..

  • Juan Romero Palacios
    Juan Romero Palacios

    I’m ready to 2jz swap it 😂


    LAME 👎 It has no cup holders. I'm very disappointed.

  • Yo bama
    Yo bama

    Is this car real

  • Guadalupe Robles
    Guadalupe Robles

    Looks like a prius

  • Active Gaming
    Active Gaming

    BMW the next 100 years copy

  • Anki Minami
    Anki Minami

    Damn awesome i say 😍😍🤤🤤