In April, Toyota will present at the Milan Design Week with Toyota Setsuna, an alluring new model made for the most part of wood and is an electric car.
The choice to utilize wood-a solid material but then has a tendency to develop with the progression of time mirrors Toyota’s endeavors to shape connections in the middle of individuals and their vehicles. Setsuna, which signifies “time” in Japanese, was picked as the name for this model to mirror the uncommon and short lived minutes that individuals live with their vehicles. To encapsulate this idea, Toyota chose distinctive sorts of wood for various vehicle parts, including outside boards, casing, floor and seats. Wood offers highlights one of a kind request not found in electric vehicles can last numerous eras if administered to well, furthermore changes shading and surface because of their surroundings, especially temperature and dampness and states of utilization, embracing a novel character and profundity.
A Toyota engineer managing the advancement of the model Setsuna, clarified: “We assessed a few approaches to express the idea and select distinctive woods for particular applications, for example, Japanese cedar for outside boards and Japanese birch frame also pay.
Toyota Setsuna, the electric car made of wood