A dream on two wheels The future of motorcycles has been widely publicized recently with the Tokyo Motor Show and various others. As to what direction is the right direction for...
The 45th Tokyo Motor Show 2017 opened its doors to the general public today at Tokyo Big Sight, promising to take car enthusiasts “beyond the motor” as organizers ponder the evolution of the automobile.Tokyo’s biennial show has, forShow More Summary
At the 45th Tokyo Motor Show this week Honda showed off the Sports EV - a concept model with EV performance and artificial intelligence. More »
Honda has been on a bit of a teasing streak lately, showing us a brace of great concepts unveiled by Honda at the Frankfurt and Tokyo Motor Shows – concepts which may or may not evolve into anything we can buy on this side of the pond. Show More Summary
Nissan has now received more than 9,000 orders for the new, refreshed all-electric LEAF in Japan, a senior exec revealed on Wednesday at the Tokyo Motor Show. That figure apparently represents demand well above expectations, according to the senior exec in question
Subaru Corp would be open to investment into a joint Toyota-Mazda electric vehicle company if it were approached, the company's CEO Yasuyuki Yoshinaga revealed a few days ago to reporters at the Tokyo Motor Show
The CEO of Honda Motor Co, Takahiro Hachigo, recently told reporters at the Tokyo Motor Show that Honda will begin selling compact plug-in electric vehicles in Japan from 2020 onwards, following the release of the company's first plug-in electric vehicle in the European market in
Nissan is showing off a new series-hybrid version of the Serena minivan at this year's Tokyo Motor Show, according to a new press release. The new Nissan Serena e-POWER minivan, as it's been dubbed, will represent the second series-hybrid offering released by Nissan
As I scanned my social media feeds last week, I noticed a fair amount of journalists posting that they were headed to the Tokyo Motor Show on Mitsubishi’s dime. While automaker-funded junkets to an international auto show aren’t uncommon...Show More Summary
Automakers are showing off some wild concept vehicles at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show, which kicked off Saturday and will run until November 5. Here's a look at some of the most futuristic vehicles on display. SEE ALSO: Check out the coolest...Show More Summary
Lexus Illuminates the Future At this year’s 45th Tokyo Motor Show, Lexus will be commemorating the 10th year anniversary of their ‘F’ sports models with the limited editions of the...
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The Japanese put on a show of force at the Tokyo Motor Show. Honda tore the wraps off its new Monkey and ‘Neo’ cafe racer concepts. Yamaha revealed an oddball three-wheeler. Suzuki showed a tasty potential SV650 variant, and Kawasaki set the interwebs alight with the Z900RS. Show More Summary
This week was the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show where there were a lot of exciting concept cars unveiled, though not much on the production side of things. One of the highlights was Mazda’s Kai concept. The striking hatchback previews the next-generation Mazda 3 and rides on a modular platform called the SkyActiv-Vehicle Architecture. Another Mazda...
The 2017 Tokyo Motor Show kicked off this week and immediately flooded the scene with a raft of new concept cars. All types of passenger and commercial concept vehicles are on display, ranging from SUV utility vans, to futuristic cargo delivery pods, to AI-driven motorcycles, to sleek, sultry sports cars. Show More Summary
Mazda Kai Mazda used the show to unveil a preview of what will become the next-generation Mazda 3, and the design didn’t disappoint. Moreover, insiders suggest the production model will look similar – something for which the company has form. Remember the Minagi? The brand has evolved its ‘Kodo’ design language in the creation of the compact […]
Mitsubishi set the enthusiast community on high alert when it announced the e-Evolution concept. The concept car debuted at the 2017 Tokyo motor show and portrayed the antithesis of what the "Evolution" nameplate has long been. Despite the preview, Mitsubishi now says it hasn't made a decision about a new Evo yet, and if it does decide to build...
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For decades, the Tokyo Motor Show was the premier show in Asia. But with the rise of China as one of the world's largest auto markets, the spotlight has been shifting towards shows in the Middle Kingdom. In reaction to this shift, Tokyo has turned itself into a techno-centric show with a focus on the future of mobility. Show More Summary
Z is the last letter in the alphabet, and the current Nissan Z might be the last one in the company lineup. At this year’s Tokyo Motor Show, Philippe Klein, Chief Planning Officer for Nissan, was decidedly non-committal when asked by media in attendance about the Z car’s future. Show More Summary