This image is of the uBox concept car, designed by Toyota and students from the US's Clemson University's international automotive research center

CES 2017: Toyota to unveil mystery concept car

On December 14, Toyota announced that it will unveil a new concept car at Consumer Electronics Show 2017 (CES 2017) in the US in January.

CES is held each year in January and is attended by makers of home electronics, computers, audio products and other goods from all over the world. It is known as the world’s largest trade fair where makers unveil their new products and latest technologies.

At present, Toyota hasn’t released any specific information about the new concept model including its name. All that is known is that it’s being built at Toyota’s Calty design center in California.

Toyota commented, “It will be a concept car that emphasizes the importance of user experience through the development of robot and automatic driving technology.”

(Translated by Greg Scott)