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We believe in a world without limits
We at Toyota believe that freedom of movement is fundamental for a diverse society. Toyota is on its way to becoming a mobility company, working to reduce obstacles to move for all, regardless of their physical abilities. With many thousands of athletes, staff and volunteers, Paris 2024 will be a demonstration of what is possible when we work together for a better and more inclusive society.

Accessible People Mover (APM)

During the Games, Toyota will deploy around 250 APMs to support the transportation of athletes, visitors and staff around various facilities, including places where events or competitions are held, and other official sites such as the Athletes Village. The uses for APM include:

  • Transporting athletes, organisers, volunteers and spectators with physical disabilities or with difficulties to walk, including wheelchair users

  • Moving small goods across the Games

  • Emergency relief.


Wheelchair e-puller

Toyota co-developed (together with Austrian mobility startup Klaxon) the wheelchair e-puller to further its vision of mobility for all at the Paralympic Games Paris 2024. The wheelchair e-puller converts a classic mechanical wheelchair into a battery-powered electric mobility solution, giving more freedom of movement to wheelchair users. The wheelchair e-puller will be made available during Paris 2024:

  • At the Paralympic Opening Ceremony. At least 150 units will be used by National Paralympic Committees, athletes and staff

  • At the Paralympic Village 50 units will be available as shared mobility via the KINTO mobility app, to be used within the village. To use it, users will need to fit a bracket to their wheelchair.


Seated C+walkS and standing C+walkT

Toyota will provide 250 of the C+Walk last-mile mobility products at the Games. Both have a maximum speed of around 3.7mph and are equipped with front obstacle detection systems to ensure the safety of the drivers and those nearby. The seated version will be available to athletes, organisers and volunteers, while the standing version will be distributed to staff and volunteers to help them move around the Paris 2024 venues.



During Paris 2024, we will also provide 500 hydrogen-fuel cell Toyota Mirai to enable zero tailpipe emission movement for the Olympic and Paralympic family, athletes, organisers, and volunteers alike. After the games, all 500 vehicles will join the existing Paris hydrogen taxi fleet, thereby increasing the number of FCEV vehicles to 1,500.





A more sustainable fleet

Sustainability is a significant part of our commitment to building a better world, underlined by the Environmental Challenge 2050, and our aim to achieve carbon neutrality in Europe by 2040. That is why Toyota’s multipath strategy, combining different electrified vehicles, is at the core of the Toyota fleet to be made available to the Olympic and Paralympic family at Paris 2024. Overall, we will deliver more than 2,650 electrified passenger vehicles to be used during Paris 2024 of which 150 are wheelchair accessible, aiming to reduce vehicle carbon emissions at the Paris 2024 Games by 50% compared to those of previous Games.

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PHOTO CREDITS: Ernie Gawilan, Fu Xinhan, Zhou Jingjing, Anne Zagré, Samir Aït Saïd, Alexis Hanquinquant, Erin Jackson, and Oskana Masters photos by Getty Images. Leo-Pekka Tähti photo by Nina Kakonen. Eva Moral photo by Mario Gomez. Olivia McTaggart photo by Reuters-AFLO. Emma Twigg photo by AP-AFLO/Reuters-AFLO. David Liti and Dora Bodonyi photos by AP-AFLO. Tomoki Ota photo by Yohei Osada/AFLO Sport. Ren Tazawa photo by AFLO Sport.