The Tokyo Motor Show is always surprising. This is in part because it is the host to a panoply of innovative production and conceptual vehicles from regional automakers. But it’s also because so many of the cars and trucks and
While boxy vans and wacky concepts clearly dominate the newsfeed coming out of Tokyo, the show managed to produce more than a few full-on sports cars, ranging from a couple of super-minis to a futuristic tandem-two-seater and a hypercar-lookalike tech demonstrator.
The 2019 Tokyo Motor Show is about what you’d expect: cars for the specific needs of a densely populated country with few onshore energy resources. Thus, lots of electric vehicles, small cars, really small cars, and retro car concepts that
TOKYO — Glitzy girl J-pop groups, esports tournaments, drone racing, drifting demos and even a cross-dressing celebrity endorsement. Japan seeks to thwart the downward spiral of global auto shows by making its own flagship event, well, less of an auto
Mitsubishi Motor Corporation has finally pulled the wraps off the all-new e-Evolution Concept at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show, resurrecting the iconic moniker as well. However, unlike the rally prepped four-door perforamance sedans that the older Evolutions were known to
Toyota showcased a range of concepts at this year’s Tokyo Motor Show. Right from autonomous Concept-i series to the hybrid sports car GR-HV, Toyota’s stall was filled with some very interesting concept cars. One among them was the new Toyota Tj Cruiser,
The Tokyo Motor Show has always been a special event for Nissan for showcasing some of its concept cars. At the 45th Tokyo Motor Show as well, Nissan has displayed two concept vehicles- IMx zero-emission crossover concept and the Leaf Nismo Concept.
Toyota is all set to take the wraps off its latest sportscar concept, which is the GR HV at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show. The car has been inspired from the TS050 Hybrid racing car from Toyota Gazoo, which races
Japan will kick off a drive this week to collect old smartphones and other portable gadgets so that they can be turned into medals for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics. The project will be launched on Thursday by the