Manufacturers of the Japanese automobile concern Toyota will restart electrified cars on autopilot operated in the Olympic Village.
The reopening of the stand-alone e-Palettes in the Tokyo Paralympic Village will take place with more operator control and more security personnel. This will protect guests of the games and participants from possible electric shocks.
We are talking about fully electrified cars that run exclusively on batteries. Operations have been temporarily suspended after an electric car collided with a visually impaired Japanese athlete and hit him at an intersection last week.
The developers of the concern are trying to do everything to prevent similar situations in the future. For game organizers, this moment is extremely important. Therefore, all electric cars have gone through the necessary flashing and are now absolutely safe.