Toyota simulator aims to eliminate traffic deaths


By Chang-Ran Kim, Asia auto correspondent SUSONO, Japan Nov 26 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp unveiled on Monday what it called the world's most true-to-life driving simulator to help it develop new safety features and reach its ultimate goal of eliminating all traffic deaths. In a demonstration of its latest safety technologies at its Higashifuji Technical Center near Mt. Fuji, south of Tokyo, the world's biggest automaker invited journalists to its new facility that creates a virtual ...

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