In a little more than a week, Toyota will be officially unveiling their latest electric concept car at Milan Design Week, the Toyota Setsuna. Built entirely using Japanese joinery techniques, the car represents their refined vision for the future of automobiles; where its 86 handmade panels joined without nails or screws will be owned and loved not just by one generation of drivers, but many. The car's life will be tracked not only with a meter designed to count a 100 years of time, but the different types and grains of Japanese wood will respond with changes in color and tone as it lives and travels with us. See Toyota's video preview ahead of its reveaand our gallery below for a full 360-degree walk-around the concept.
For generations of drivers