The Toyota Kikai is a prototype that the Japanese presented at the Tokyo Motor Show 2015. More than a real car is an imaginative design proposal. A prototype need not always be the reality. Such cars often serve as marks showing what they can do and to show their technological trend for the coming years. It becomes a bit like fashion we see fanciful designs on models then they never take the street but which indicate trends in colors cuts and materials that you can get to use. There are also some "here I am and this is what I can do if I want." Toyota presented at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show this curious prototype called Toyota Kikai whose design reminds us more of a model of the movie Mad Max than a possible real car. Let hiding.
According to its creators the Toyota Kikai was designed to explore and emphasize the fundamental appeal of the machines that is a way of making art with something as mundane as a car the style of what makes Harley Davidson with their motorcycles. The Kikai shown publicly their shame leaving the air the fundamentals of mechanics suspension or even inside the cabin. So the inner workings of the vehicle becomes part of your own design.
It has interesting details like the vision of the fuel tank exhaust pipes or suspension elements. The driver has a window at his feet allowing you to see the work of the tires or suspension when in motion in addition to the road which will increase your sense of speed. Since the windshield itself can observe the movement of the upper arms of the suspension. The movement is thus moved into the cabin.
The driver has a seat in the center in order to place in the heart of the drive to unite further man and machine. On the sides and in a rearmost position the two companions which are closer to the driver to encourage communication are located. The side window expands to the roof to enjoy the scenery. It is clear that this prototype 3.4 meters long 1.8 m wide and 1.5 m high is not reality but serves to Toyota to bring the machine to the human through the beauty of its forms.
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