Toyota has started working on a social ecological model that it hopes will inspire the next generation of engineers and designers.
The automaker, a leader in the Japanese car industry, has already begun producing the EV concept car.
It has released a video and has hired a social ecologist to develop a new model for the company’s next-generation Toyota 4Runner.
The social ecological vehicle will be able to interact with its environment, helping the driver to better understand the world around them.
“We believe that the future of the automobile will be a world where we can be involved in meaningful ways,” said Hideyuki Yamada, Toyota’s vice president of research and development, in a press release.
“The social ecological concept offers us a new way of thinking about the future and, as a result, a new approach to designing cars that can work as social and ecological partners.”
Toyota has a long history of working with the Japanese government on social and environmental initiatives.
It is also a company that has been building electric cars in China.
Toyota’s current model of the 4Runner is powered by a 100kW lithium-ion battery, and it is powered entirely by solar energy.
The Toyota 4runner will be the first car in the world to be powered entirely with renewable energy, though the company plans to bring similar cars to other markets.
Toyota says it has plans to produce at least three of the EVs for a global market of at least 100,000.
The company has also announced plans to build a “zero emissions” electric vehicle and a hydrogen-powered car.
Toyota has long been working to bring a car-buying community closer to its environment.
In 2012, Toyota partnered with the nonprofit Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) to help the organization develop an electric vehicle.
Toyota is also planning to launch a hydrogen fuel cell car.
The company’s social ecological project has also been met with skepticism.
Critics say that while the Toyota concept car has been touted as a social model, the company has yet to reveal what it is actually making.
In the same press release, the automaker said that the EV would be “the first car” to be built using a “social ecological framework.”
The company also said that it will “support the development of a range of technologies to reduce CO2 emissions.”
Toyota also said it would be developing its first “eco-friendly” vehicle, a hydrogen electric car.
The hydrogen car would be powered by an electric motor that can convert hydrogen into electricity.
Toyotas first hydrogen car is scheduled to be launched in 2019.