Toyota announced today that it will supply up to 20 specially-designed 'Tokyo 2020 Version' e-Palette vehicles to support athlete mobility at the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020, where it will provide automated, loop-line transportation in the Olympic and Paralympic villages for athletes and related staff.
The battery-electric, automated vehicles have been adapted specifically for use during the games based in part on feedback from athletes about their mobility needs in the past games.
The Toyota e-Palette comes with sliding doors and a long wheelbase and flat floor
The e-Palette is equipped with large sliding doors, low floors, electric ramps, and an Arrival Control*4 system for use when approaching destinations to enable passengers, including those in wheelchairs, to enter and exit quickly and easily.
With its long wheelbase and flat floor, the vehicle can transport up to four passengers in wheelchairs along with additional standing passengers at one time.
The e-Palette is equipped with a specially-designed automated driving system that includes control hardware, software, and advanced sensors such as cameras and LiDAR.
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