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Toyota Offers Glimpse into Auto Technology’s Future

Toyota Fun ViiToyota Motor Corp. recently released a video that depicts where automotive technology might be a decade or two from now. This fanciful, special effects-driven mini-movie follows a young, affluent couple as they drive from home to work, and to shopping and evening entertainment in their “Toyota of the future.” In addition to being all-electric, the futuremobile is chock full of high-tech extras that project all manner of computer-enhanced information on the windshield, turn the interior into a virtual disco parlor and even allow the driver to change the car’s color on demand.

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Of course, these kinds of “life in the future” videos should always be taken with a large grain of salt. (Similar industrial films from the 20th century are today often laughable.) But the Toyota video does give us a glimpse into what today’s automotive designers and engineers are thinking about. Who knows, in 2030, we may actually be able to turn our car into a rolling Jumbotron.

Train for an Automotive Technology Career at WyoTech

The future of automotive technology may not be quite what Toyota imagines, but whatever it is, it’s bound to be exciting. You can prepare for a career in this forward-looking industry with the Automotive Technology program offered at the Blairsville, Laramie, and Long Beach and campuses of WyoTech.

At WyoTech, students can train with automotive industry professionals in modern workshop settings. They get hands-on training in diagnosing, maintaining and repairing engines, drivetrains and other key systems of cars from both domestic and foreign manufacturers.

Upon graduation, WyoTech’s Career Services department helps students transition from school into the workplace. Career Services provides help with everything from resume preparation and interview coaching, to helping graduates identify and contact local employers.

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