Do you need a small city car? Toyota can provide. Do you need a pick-up? Toyota can provide that too. Do you want a convertible? Toyota has that. Do you want to get an off-roader? Toyota will sell you one.
To be more precise, Toyota can provide all of that in a single package. Meet the Toyota Me.We concept presented in Paris.
I thought I had my fill of weird concept cars with all the releases from Shanghai, but now I stand corrected. In collaboration with Jean-Marie Massaud, Toyota presented a vehicle that solves the problems of two worlds (“me” world and “we” world).
The “Me” part of the concept refers to all the functions it can perform, from city car to off-roader. This is done thanks to interchangeable panels made from polypropylene. Inside we have bamboo floors and a simple screen for all the dials and gauges we need. A low energy air pump takes care of the heating and air conditioning and all the windows can be lowered, including the windshield.
The “We” side of this vehicle refers to the eco-friendly nature of the Toyota Me.We. It is powered by four in-wheels motors similar to the Toyota i-Road and all the body panels are 100 percent recyclable.