Cooperation Toyota in automaker with students from the American International Center for Automotive Research at the University Clemenson (CU-ICAR) in the project Deep Orange marked by the emergence of the concept electric vehicle uBox. Electric trolley aimed at consumers Generation Z, then there are people born during intensive use of the Internet, social networks, computers, mobile devices and things like that.
The car got the angular, but still attractive body-monocab made of aluminum and composite materials, the curved glass roof that opens upstream, back doors, and LED lights. Passenger seats are placed on special rails. With this at the right time, you can move the seat on the required distance from each other, folded or dismantled, creating more space for luggage or passengers. Decorative elements of the interior Toyota uBox, for example, the instrument panel, air duct frame and door panels, you can modify for themselves, using a special application and 3D-printing. Developers did not disclose the specifications of the electric vehicle, perhaps it is not important for the concept. But it is known that the submitted vehicle is equipped with conventional 110-volt sockets (these are generally accepted in the United States) that allows you to connect household appliances, tools, and mobile gadgets. Unfortunately, Toyota uBox remain exclusively in class to concepts, but perhaps some ideas a automotive corporation will take a mental note and will realize in future products.