Toyota has just premiered a self-driving hybrid mobility platform, the e-Palette concept, at the Consumer Electronics Show.

Endemic of the automaker’s Mobility as a Service (MaaS) efforts, the platform, called “e-Palette” is a heavy glass, “multi-mode,” see-through transport box that transports people and packages through cities, acting as “intelligent” shipping containers on wheels. Functions e-Palettes are expected to serve include ride-sharing, mobile offices, pizza delivery, and other applications that could use self-driving vehicles as a transporter of its services or goods.

Regarding exterior specifications, the e-Palette features three sizes that expand and shrinks from 13 feet to 23 feet, based on its purpose. Its CES display vehicle measures 15.7 feet by 6.5 feet by 7.3 feet. From concept pictures, its body is mostly rectangular, carrying tinted, Plexi-looking glass, sliding doors, slight end curves and low wheel arches sporting a pair of wheels sticking out like sore thumbs. Brand signage expands nearly the entire front and side lengths of the vehicle, signifying as strong a branding effort as it is utility.

“This announcement marks a major step forward in our evolution towards sustainable mobility, demonstrating our continued expansion beyond traditional cars and trucks to the creation of new values including services for customers,” said Akio Toyoda, president of Toyota.

Launch partners participating in the project include but are not limited to Amazon, Pizza Hut, and Mazda, who is chipping in feedback on the vehicle’s applications. Using what the automaker calls its “open vehicle control interface,” this will enable partner companies to apply their automated driving systems using their own connected vehicle applications.

There has yet to be confirmation of which services will be supported, along with other exterior and interior specifications.

Look for Toyota to test the vehicles by the early 2020’s with its real-world debut at the 2020 Summer Olympic and Paralympics games in Tokyo.