Imagine a city with an autonomous delivery network, roads allocated by vehicle speed, and in-home robots monitoring your health.
The Japanese auto company revealed plans at CES Monday to build a prototype “future city” at the base of Mt.
They’re calling it the “Woven City.”
The 175-acre site will be used to test various forms of Toyota’s technology in a ‘real-life’ environment, especially that of autonomous vehicles and personal mobility.
We’ll see them in action well before the Woven City at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, running a loop service around the athletes’ villages.

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