Toyota’s Crash Test Bike Braves Autonomous Cars

Toyota’s bike is shatter-resistant and built in parts that can be quickly fit back together. It is modeled on a 26-inch mountain bike, the most popular type in the U.S., according to Cycling Weekly.
Steve, the pedestrian and cycling crash test dummy, has legs that appear to go around like a cyclists. And Steve has a covering that appears to be human skin to the sensors in autonomous vehicles.
In addition, the bike ‘rides’ on a platform that allows for collisions up to 38 miles-per-hour.