Toyota has announced its “Concept-i” series, its artificially intelligence-equipped cars of the future offering a sneak preview into how A.I. and its drivers will interact.

To be unveiled at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show later this month, Toyota’s Concept-i series comprises of three all-electric concepts. They include a city-friendly “i-Ride” show car operating in pedestrian zones, a Segway-style “i-Walk” upright scooter, and the wheelchair user-friendly Concept-i 4-seater from last January’s International Consumer Electronics Show (CES).

All three models will feature an A.I. interface called AI Agent, a piece of software that recognizes and analyzes a driver’s emotions, actions, and tone of voice to learn preferences and perform tasks on its own without verbal commands. Some of these functions may include suggesting a destination, changing cabin conditions, or activation of a rhythmic seat massage if the technology senses its driver to be under stress.

Minimal specifications have been revealed to date. What is known is that the Concept-i will produce a 186-mile driving range, with the i-Ride hitting up to 93 miles and the i-Walk hitting up to 12 miles on a single charge.

AI Agent also processes general information such as social media activity and actual conversations in the vehicle to make these assumptions.

Toyota is planning road testing of other vehicles equipped with its AI technology in or around 2020.