Looking like a golf cart from the happy-acting society of Rollerball, Toyota also pulled the lid off their RiN concept car today. Designers intended this vehicle to exude "increased comfort" and "serene, healthy living."

Looking like a golf cart from the happy-acting society of Rollerball, Toyota also pulled the lid off their RiN concept car today.  Designers intended this vehicle to exude "increased comfort" and "serene, healthy living."

The green glass of the Toyota RiN combines with its beige coloring to somehow make the complexion of the vehicle's passengers look better, while generating an overall positive outlook on life, according to Toyota.  The company also claims the vehicle makes the driver and passengers feel more harmonious with the environment, thanks to sliding doors and low windows that make you one with nature.

The heated seats are about the only "normal" feature on the car, which also has an oxygen-level conditioner, pinpoint humidifier, and a "mood training" steering control that works with your psycholigical state to make you happier.

The RiN makes you healthier too, with seats that promote good back posture, and ultravlot and infrared blocking glass.  RiN's designers were inspired by the Yakusugi tree, a type of Japanese cypress that is rooted deep in the ground, while always growing ever higher.

While it may be influenced by trees, it still seems more like a large, drivable Tamagotchi.

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