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  • Electric Accessible People Movers (APM)
  • Hybrid Yaris Cross
  • C+Walk S
  • Hydrogen Fuel Cell Mirai
  • Toyota’s mobility concept for Paris 2024 is inspired by athletes and designed to support them in their journey towards the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
  • Enabling sustainable, accessible and inclusive mobility is at the heart of Toyota’s mobility concept for the Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024.
  • Toyota will invest into a lasting sustainable mobility legacy in Paris with 100% electrified passenger vehicle fleet, to contribute to Paris 2024 goal of halving emissions compared to previous Games.
  • Toyota will bring up to 10 different hydrogen mobility applications to demonstrate a hydrogen ecosystem and encourage further roll-out of refuelling infrastructure

Ensuring ‘Mobility for All’

During the Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024, Toyota will provide solutions to enable the ease of movement for all. To that end, Toyota will offer personal and group mobility products that are designed to enable ease of movement for everyone.

At Paris 2024, Toyota will make available around 250 personal battery electric vehicles – seated C+walkS and standing C+walkT. Both have a maximum speed of 6 km/h and are enabled with front obstacle detection systems to ensure the safety of the drivers and those nearby. The seated version will be available to athletes, organisers and volunteers, whereas the standing version will be distributed to staff and volunteers to facilitate their movement around the Paris 2024 venues.

In addition to personal micro-mobility solutions, Toyota will deploy around 250 zero tailpipe emission electric Accessible People Movers (APM). Building on the vehicle’s success at the Tokyo 2020 Games, the new APM has been redesigned and built in Europe with the spirit of inclusivity in mind.  

For wheelchair users, Toyota will also provide wheelchair e-pullers. Fifty of the e-pullers will be available throughout the Paris 2024 in the athletes’ village. An additional 150 will be made available during the Paralympic Games opening ceremony to make sure that athletes in wheelchairs have easy access to join this unique event.

Toyota will also provide 150 wheelchair-accessible battery electric vehicles Toyota Proace Verso to support the mobility of the Olympic and Paralympic family members in wheelchairs. After Paris 2024, all vehicles will remain in Paris region where they will be used to provide specialised personal transport services to people in wheelchairs.

Overall, Toyota plans to provide 700 personal last-mile mobility products such as C+walkS, C+walkT, wheelchair e-pullers, 250 APMs, as well as 150 wheelchair-accessible Toyota Proace, among other mobility solutions. This way, Toyota will ensure that athletes, volunteers and organisers have access to the most inclusive and sustainable mobility fleet ever seen at the Olympic and Paralympic games.

A more sustainable fleet

Sustainability is a significant part of Toyota’s commitment to building a better world, underlined by its Environmental Challenge 2050, by which date the company aims to achieve carbon neutrality at a global level – and in Europe by 2040. That is why Toyota’s multipath strategy, combining different electrified vehicles, is at the core of the Toyota fleet to be made available to the Olympic and Paralympic family at Paris 2024. Toyota will bring a 100% electrified passenger vehicle fleet to Paris, in line with its commitment to reduce carbon emissions.

Overall, Toyota will bring more than 2,650 electrified passenger vehicles to be used during Paris 2024 of which 150 are wheelchair accessible. Around 60% of the fleet will have zero-tailpipe emissions, including battery electric vehicles (BEV) Toyota bZ4X, Proace and Proace Verso and Lexus RZ, and fuel-cell electric vehicles (FCEV) Toyota Mirai.

During the Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024, Toyota will provide 500 of its hydrogen-fuelled FCEVs Mirai to enable zero tailpipe emission movement for the Olympic and Paralympic family, athletes, organisers and volunteers alike. After the games, all 500 vehicles will join the existing Paris hydrogen taxi fleet, thereby increasing the number of FCEV vehicles to 1,500.

In addition to zero tailpipe emission vehicles, Toyota will also bring around 1,000 hybrid (HEV) and plug-in hybrid (PHEV) vehicles – Toyota’s global best-selling RAV4 in both PHEV and HEV versions, as well as Toyota Corolla TS, Yaris Cross, and Highlander, all with hybrid technology.

Overall, Toyota aims to reduce vehicle carbon emissions at the Paris 2024 Games by 50% compared to those of previous Games. Furthermore, nearly 60% of all Toyota’s fleet will be produced in Europe, including 37% in France, contributing to the vision of a sustainable and locally sourced Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Building a sustainable hydrogen mobility legacy

Toyota believes that hydrogen is a key pillar for the creation of a low-carbon and a more sustainable society. That is why the company has put it at the heart of its mobility concept for the Olympic and Paralympic Games. During the Paris 2024, Toyota will showcase its vision of building a sustainable hydrogen ecosystem through a demonstration of hydrogen solutions that further push the boundaries of hydrogen-powered mobility.

In addition to the 500 Toyota Mirai FCEVs, Toyota will also bring specific applications that go beyond the traditional automotive offering. Overall, Toyota and its partners are planning to showcase up to 10 different hydrogen mobility, mostly fuel-cell, applications – a significant increase from Tokyo 2020 and Beijing 2022. Applications will range from buses and trucks to boats and forklifts – all demonstrating the potential of hydrogen-powered society. These applications are a result of Toyota’s integration of its fuel-cell technology with partners, with the aim of solving today’s most pressing mobility challenges.

Among the hydrogen applications to be on display in Paris 2024 are two FCEV city buses, converted specifically for this occasion. The buses were designed with accessibility and team spirit in mind and will be able to transport an entire wheelchair team in one bus.

Toyota’s fuel-cell technology will be present in FCEV-powered boats, coaches, the hydrogen Hilux prototype, and other solutions to support the operations at the Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024.

  • Toyota prototypes shown. Not for sale.


    A new mobility service for everyone.

    e-Palette is a next-generation battery electric vehicle (BEV) developed specifically for "Mobility as a Service" (MaaS*), which applies technologies like electrification and connected and automated driving. e-Palette provides services such as transportation and commerce to support customers' lives.

    *Combination of "autonomous" and "mobility as a service" describing Toyota's mobility services using automated driving vehicles.

  • Toyota prototypes shown. Not for sale.


    Virtual mobility robots that amplify human capabilities.

    Toyota’s T-TR1 concept robot demonstrates the potential of virtual mobility and how robotics can amplify a person’s ability to maintain connections between people and places.

  • Toyota prototypes shown. Not for sale.


    Building an emotional bond with its driver.

    “LQ” is a concept vehicle that leverages advanced technology to build an emotional bond between car and driver under a core development theme of “learn, grow, love.” LQ is equipped with automated-driving capabilities and “Yui,” a powerful artificial intelligence-powered interactive agent designed to learn from the driver and deliver a personalized mobility experience. The name “LQ” expresses Toyota’s hope that this approach will “cue” the development of future vehicles that enhance the relationship between car and driver.

  • Toyota prototypes shown. Not for sale.


    Responsive and remote-controlled robotics.

    Designed to mimic the soft touches of human movement, T-HR3 helps expand people’s mobility in their own home or workers’ abilities and safety in the workplace.

  • Toyota prototypes shown.


    The next stage of FCEV technology.

    This totally redesigned Mirai is a major step forward for fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) and a potential hydrogen society.

  • Toyota prototypes shown.

    Sora - Fuel Cell Electrified Bus

    Convenient and eco-conscious.

    Named for the water cycle (sky, ocean, river, air), this fuel cell-powered bus has been refined in form and function to support the mobility of all citizens while protecting the environment from harmful CO2.

  • Toyota prototypes shown. Not for sale.

    C+walk T

    An assistant that makes getting around easy.

    The stylish C+Walk T is designed to help people with mobility issues go about their day-to-day lives more easily and more securely. Electric, compact and easy to manoeuvre, it's ready to go whenever you are.

  • Toyota prototypes shown. Not for sale.

    Micro Palette

    A delivery robot with personality.

    This little autonomous robot was designed to do big things. Whether making convenient door-to-door package deliveries or helping move warehouse inventory, the Micro Palette can do it with a "smile." "Humanity" is an essential part of its behaviour, allowing it to deliver with heart and feeling to customers.

Our Paris Mobility Fleet 

  • 100% electrified passenger fleet 

  • Last-mile inclusive mobility solutions