Toyota "Ultimate Utility Vehicle" (UUV) is a mixture of a minivan and a revamped SUV, which offers robust and excellent off-road vehicles. Toyota UUV comes with an Ever-Better Expedition concept that aims to deliver a classified vehicle that can surpass the most extreme driving conditions.
The UUV comes with a Sienna body, which offers a plethora of electronic equipment in the interior that is needed for the journey. Toyota UUV features a TracVision mobile satellite television receiver and Wi-Fi system that provides faster internet. It also comes with 17-monitor and a 60-inch Sony LED TV, with multiple USB ports.
The audio system of the Toyota UUV is equipped with 2,500-watt JBL audio system. Toyota extreme vehicle comes with a Flir M-324xp night vision camera system that offers a high-definition recording capability, as noted by Motoring.
According to Car Scoops, the ultimate vehicle can monitor driving data in real time, and it can also outline the information back to Toyota's headquarters. The UUV can record video of vehicle handling and braking, which offers a full detail report on the cars' performance via Skype.
Toyota UUV has 4 x 4 frames, with a four-link long-travel suspension, which provide a four-inch lift in ride height. It also features a 33×22 Nitto Mud Grappler tires that are mounted on 22 x 12-inch Monster Energy 539B off-road wheels. The Toyota vehicle also owns 15.75 inches of wheel travel, with levers and buttons in line with OEM standard.
Toyota designed the UUV with the identical system similar to driving-a-stock Sienna. However, the automaker carefully engineered replicas which control the functions of the Tacoma pickup. The front doors of the UUV are designed with "suicide" style for ease of entry and exit. The sliding rear doors and front-hinged front doors are hampered similar to Sienna.
Toyota UUV features a hollowed unibody structure, more likely close to Tacoma four-wheel-drive frame. The utility vehicle is entirely designed and crafted within the "Ever-Better Expedition" car concept.