Toyota smart arp system will be on display at CES 2018
Toyota is preparing to show off its smart arpeggiator at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show, but the Japanese automaker isn’t ready to divulge exactly how it will work.
The automaker has already shown off its “Smart arp” system, which is expected to debut at the Tokyo Auto Show next week.
In this case, it is a device that automatically adjusts its height to compensate for the movement of the head of the car as it drives.
The arp adjusts the amount of headroom as it moves up and down, so the car is always upright and ready to go.
The Smart arp also has a camera in the middle of it, so you can snap pictures of the driver’s head while it is turning.
Toyota is also likely to show an updated version of its Smart Car, the Smart Arp Plus, which the company is expected start selling next year.
This car will have two-wheel drive and will be able to accelerate, brake, and roll up to 45 mph, according to a Reuters report.
Toyota will also likely introduce its latest car, the Toyota Prius Prime, which it claims will be available for $25,000 starting in 2018.
Toyotas top-tier Smart car, a 2017 Prius, will be the first in a new class of cars with autonomous driving features.
A 2014 Toyota Prio will be priced at $32,000 and will get self-driving features.
The Smart Arpeggiator is expected for the 2017-2019 model years.