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Las mega flores de Toyota crecen repartiendo WiFi gratis, estaciones de carga y buen rollito

José Mendiola
July 21, 2009
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Se trata de una campaña de marketing de calado llevada a cabo por Toyota con el objeto de llamar la atención de cara al lanzamiento en 2010 del nuevo Prius. Los japoneses han "plantado" cinco flores solares de hasta 5 metros de altura.

Han sido bautizadas como "armonía entre el hombre, la naturaleza y la máquina" tras su paso por Boston se trasladará a la Gran Manzana y más tarde a las ciudades de Chicago, Seattle, San Francisco y Los Ángeles. Hasta que llegue el nuevo Prius disfrutaremos de carga y WiFi gratis para nuestros portátiles.

[Vía PhysOrg]
[Artículo en inglés]

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