Toyota will learn to spray perfume, as well as tear gas for hijackersMarch 12, 2019
The Japanese auto giant has received a patent for an ultra-modern eau de parfum dispenser in the cars of the brand.
Auto giant Toyota wanted to patent a unique option of flavoring the interior of a car. The system is able to independently determine the owner of a foreign car and select the appropriate flavor for it. Plus, this installation will help fight the hijackers.
Created by a Japanese manufacturer, the system can recognize a motorist on a cell phone. Mainly, it depends on what perfume will be used by the system.
It is expected that several smells will be offered, while on most of the current foreign cars they use only one. It also assumes the ability to turn on the system when the owner of the car is outside the cabin.
It should be noted that the development involves the ability to remove unpleasant odors in the cabin due to the deodorizer after turning off the engine and locking the doors. You will need it if the car is operated by several drivers. An important advantage was the ability to detect “unauthorized launch of the unit.” To fight the intruders, tear gas will be dispersed, rather than eau de parfum.
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