The Indian contingent at the Tokyo Olympics to ride in these driverless electric cars

Toyota has offered a number of autonomous driverless vehicles for use at the Tokyo Olympics as part of the Shuttle Service for Athletes and All Officials. These driverless cars were seen transporting Athletes as the 2020 Tokyo Olympics are set to begin this week.


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Toyota introduced these cube-shaped electric vehicles a few years ago. Called the ‘Tokyo 2020 version’, these e-Palette vehicles are aimed at promoting the mobility of athletes at this year’s Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics. Vehicles will move participants to Places and Games in the village to transport the loop.

The electronic pallet was unveiled and displayed at Toyota’s booth at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show in Japan. It is 5,255 mm long, 2,065 mm wide and 2,760 mm high. It can accommodate 20 passengers at a time, including the operator. It can accommodate four passengers in wheelchairs and can accommodate another seven.

Electric batteries and automated vehicles have a range of about 150 km on a single charge and can travel at a speed of 19 kmph. They have an automated driving system that includes advanced sensors like camera and LiDAR. It helps to continuously control the vehicle with a full 360 degree field of view around it. The vehicle also checks its speed according to the environment.

Toyota previously said the vehicles were specially adapted for use at the Tokyo Olympics, based on the opinions given by athletes about their mobility needs. The E-Pallet is equipped with large sliding doors, low floors, electric ramps and an Arrival Control system to bring you closer to your destination, including passengers in wheelchairs, for quick and easy entry and exit.

The vehicle also has an external human-machine interface, designed to assist in communication with automatic driving with those around the vehicle, including pedestrians. It also has flooring, moldings, seats and other ingredients with color contrasts to help people with color blindness.


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