Toyota drives next-gen autonomous vehicle platform to CES


Toyota will bring its Platform 3.0 automated driving platform to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas next week. The new platform is designed over a Lexus LS 600h and comprises long-range sensors over 360-degrees.

The Toyota Research Institute (TRI) in California has been working on the test platform with three core principles: to elevate perception capabilities to be an industry pacesetter among automated vehicles; to blend the sensing equipment into the vehicle design with a distinct appearance that is sleek and elegant; and to package the automated vehicle technology in a manner that is easy to reproduce for building a fleet at scale.

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