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The concept takes the form of a tall, sleek-looking van that's capable of driving itself. Slightly smaller in all directions than the 2016 Metris van, it boasts thin headlights and a huge grille that lights up to display a wide variety of colors and patterns. Its design language is influenced by the F 015 Luxury in Motion concept that was shown earlier this year at the CES show.

The cabin is accessed via a wide, top-hinged door on the passenger side of the car. Inside, the Vision Tokyo offers space for five passengers on a lounge-like oval couch upholstered in white leather. The infotainment system is displayed on holograms, while screens built into the side panels display important information about the van and its surroundings.

The rear windows are screen printed to ensure the occupants travel in total privacy. The concept drives autonomously a vast majority of the time, but a jump seat built into the couch lets the passengers take the wheel if needed.

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