Driverless Toyota Shuttle Could Transport Goods For Amazon And Pizza Hut

Driverless Toyota Shuttle Could Transport Goods For Amazon And Pizza Hut
Automotive

The autonomous concept is a flexible, purpose-built vehicle for retailers and services

Emma Hutchings
  • 10 january 2018

Toyota unveiled a driverless shuttle at CES 2018 that could be utilized by companies, including Amazon and Uber, to transport goods and people. The flexible e-Palette concept vehicle has been designed to meet the demands of future multi-mode transportation and business applications.

Launch partners include Amazon, DiDi, Mazda, Pizza Hut and Uber, and these companies will all be collaborating on vehicle planning, application concepts and vehicle verification activities. You can check out the e-Palette in the video below.

Toyota

Toyota unveiled a driverless shuttle at CES 2018 that could be utilized by companies, including Amazon and Uber, to transport goods and people. The flexible e-Palette concept vehicle has been designed to meet the demands of future multi-mode transportation and business applications.

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