The compact, two-seat individual car Toyota i-Road is also called PMV (Personal Mobility Vehicle). Strictly speaking, everything is different: the three-wheeler is driven by two hub motors with a total of roughly 5 hp– and steered from the rear. The passengers are sit behind each other – an intelligent system puts them into the curves as with a motorcycle. Thus, the 300 kg heavy i-Road is agile as a motorcycle – it features a turning cycle of six metres – and powerful thanks to the direct output. The tilting system not only puts the i-Road into the curves, but also keeps it steady on inclined planes. When parking, the i-Road shows its best: on the area of a normal car parking lot, four of these three wheelers can be parked.