The Japanese automaker most recently revealed an autonomous prototype at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas called e-Palette
, which it said it would make available in three different sizes: bus, shuttle, and a small delivery-type vehicle. Toyota envisions the concept could be put in service by numerous companies looking to move people and products from place to place. It's working on the concept with Amazon, Pizza Hut, Mazda, Uber, and Chinese ride-hailing company Didi. Humphries doesn’t think this autonomous, non-personal transportation future is necessarily a bad thing, either. "When you don’t have to hold a steering wheel, the world is your oyster."