Toyota car maker has unveiled new concept on LA Design Challenge, it’s named Toyota Nori at Los Angeles Auto Show 2010. Top Speed say ” Toyota has always prided itself on being an industry leader when it comes to building eco-friendly vehicles that not only look past the current norms of today’s industry, but challenge them to address the growing need of building economical and efficient yet technologically advanced vehicles”
The 2010 Toyota NORI Concept Design is looking for the best concept that addresses these specific needs; to build a lightweight car while minimizing the dependence on using natural resources. You could say that Toyota is right at their element with this year’s competition and they’re bringing a concept vehicle that answers all of the event’s requirements.
Calling it the NORI Concept, Toyota envisioned its concept as a car that infuses cutting-edge technology with the emissions and fuel economy standards set up by the contest’s guidelines. To prove its point, Toyota built the NORI concept with a unique podular feature wherein the car’s body and its chassis are built as one instead of two separate parts, making it stronger, lighter, and aesthetically more appealing. As a supplemental energy, the NORI concept harnesses solar technology that’s captured through solar cells woven into the concept’s PODULAR, serving as energy back-up should the situation call for it.
On this project we complete the review presented at the 2010 LA Design Challenge concept. The winner will be announced at the designer’s night at an auto show in Los Angeles.