The term “kayoibako” refers to container trucks with suitable configurations for safe and efficient transportation of components and products between locations, with appropriate dimensions to eliminate waste and meet diverse needs through a flexible structure. With this approach, the Toyota KAYOIBAKO is a concept vehicle with a new compact space representing the future of mobility.

The vehicle features a “super-expandable” design that allows for adjustable usage according to different roles. This battery electric vehicle (BEV) can support various purposes.

For business applications, KAYOIBAKO will provide solutions to various challenges. For example, in the last-mile delivery sector, the vehicle can contribute to smart distribution systems by enabling efficient transportation of low-volume cargo.

KAYOIBAKO can also be customized to meet the needs of the local community, such as by installing product display shelves to create a mobile store or adding seats for transportation purposes.

For personal use, the vehicle can be customized according to the user’s preferences and tastes, evolving into a unique mode of transportation.

In addition to meeting individual needs and diverse lifestyles, KAYOIBAKO will also contribute to “freedom of movement for everyone,” for example by designing features that make it easier for wheelchair users to access.

The interior has a length of 3,127 mm, a width of 1,485 mm, and a height of 1,437 mm. These are quite impressive figures for a small van.

The Japanese automaker did not share much information about the platform or drivetrain, except that it is a fully electric vehicle.

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