2007 Tokyo Auto Show: The Tokyo Motor Show is held on odd numbered years and features the most interesting concept cars of any international auto show.
This crossover sport wagon shows that Suzuki knows how to build a car that looks as mean as its bikes. But will it?
In Suzuki's vision of the future, small cars will be more than useful tools; they'll be more like partners with which people can spend quality time.
We're not even sure why, exactly, but we have a feeling that the world would be a better place with X-Heads on the road.
Toyota says the RiN is a concept that aims to improve the health of your mind and body while driving.
The latest version of Toyota's take on the Segway personal transport device.
The 1/x is an ultralightweight concept car that has the same cabin space as a Prius, but weighs only a third as much and is twice as energy efficient.
Just as the LF-A sedan concept from the 2003 Tokyo Motor Show was the harbinger of today's GS sedan, the LF-Xh shows the way for the next RX crossover.
This handsome Audi concept presages the next A1, which we'll see in two years, and also features a hybrid powertrain that uses electric motors to power...
BMW is bringing a racetrack-ready concept to Tokyo. If your reaction is as positive as ours was, they may bring it to U.S. dealerships, too.
When the new GT-R goes on sale in America next summer, it will mark the first time Nissan's famous sports car has ever been offered here. We suspect it...
Name means "Green for the earth" and the G4e will travel up to 124 miles on a charge, and can be charged in as little as fifteen minutes.
The sobriety of the Exiga's presentation combined with its production-ready appearance suggests that the Exiga is a thinly disguised preview of the...
Surprise! Lexus builds a car that's better on the track than it is on the street.
If you're a marine biologist-slash-underwater photographer, boy, has Nissan got the car for you. But like Nissan's other concepts, the NV200 is...
The Round Box is different than the other never-gonna-build-it rolling gel balls and funky wheelomat funtime machines at the 2007 Tokyo Auto Show. The...
The name may sound like a brand of condoms, but the Intima might be giving us an early peek at the next generation Nissan Maxima.
Tiny electric cars are a fixture of the Tokyo show and we like this one's slope-backed shape more than that of its plain-looking four-door predecessor.
The gel-bodied Puyo contains plenty of totally out-there thinking, which is exactly what we love about the Tokyo show.
Honda says that CR-Z stands for Concept Renaissance Zero. We hope it means "CRX Replacement."
BMW's M3 sedan adds two doors to a proven recipe, throws in a new center console, and makes family-man converts of us all.