Japanese auto brand Toyota's latest concept car is equipped with an artificial intelligence system that picks up on the habits and emotions of the driver.

Revealed at this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the Toyota Concept-I is intended to showcase the company's vision of the future of mobility and transport – which is to ultimately focus on whoever is behind the wheel.

"We think the future is a vehicle that can engage with people in return."

Inside, uses light and sound to communicate information to the driver. Coloured lighting in the footwells indicates whether the vehicle is in self-driving or manual mode, and projectors in the rear warn about blind spots.