The Toyota i-Road is shorter than the average 12-year-old girl. It’s 57 inches tall, has three wheels and maxes out at 37 miles per hour. And Toyota is looking for ways to work it into the future of driving in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Near AT&T Park in San Francisco last month, the company held an event for innovators to submit business ideas for using the vehicle. Three winners were announced Friday:
“The Toyota i-Road provides a swinging driving experience and a sense of unity with the vehicle," i-Road project manager Akihiro Yanaka said in a statement. "It has the potential to significantly change future urban transport systems.”