Toyota's 'RiN' concept hybrid car looks after the environment, the passengers, and pedestrians. Darn over-achievers!

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During the Tokyo Motor Show of 2007, car-giant Toyota showed off their eco-friendly hybrid concept car.

Dubbed ‘RiN’, it not only promotes environmental sustainability, but also looks after its users, with heated seats, an oxygen-level conditioner, pinpoint humidifier and green grass to reduce ultraviolet rays from reaching its passengers. It also does wonderful things to the people outside of the car too, in the form of headlights with light distribution. We want. So bad 🙁

(via AVING)

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