The collaboration of the Toyota auto concert and students from the American International Center for Automotive Research at Clemenson University (CU-ICAR) in the framework of the Deep Orange project was marked by the emergence of the uBox concept of the consumer-oriented Generation Z electric car, that is, people born from the intensive use of the Internet, social networks , computers, mobile devices, and the like. The car received an angular, but still attractive single-volume body made of aluminum and composite materials, a curved glass roof, rear doors that open against the back and LED headlights. Passenger seats are placed on special rails. Due to this, at the right time, the seats can be moved to the required distance from each other, folded or dismantled, creating more space for luggage or passengers. The decorative elements of the Toyota uBox interior, for example, the dashboard, the frames of the air ducts and door panels, can be changed for yourself using a special application and 3D printing. The developers did not begin to disclose the technical characteristics of the electric car, perhaps this is not important for the concept. But it is known that the presented car is equipped with conventional 110-volt sockets (these are generally accepted in the USA), which allows you to connect household appliances, tools and mobile gadgets. Unfortunately, Toyota uBox will remain exclusively in the class of concepts, but maybe the automotive corporation will take some ideas and embody them in future products.