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November 20 - December 1, 2013

The 2013 Tokyo Motor Show is expected to demonstrate the strength of the Japanese automakers in the wake of the devastating 2011 Tsunami that wreaked havoc on the industry.

2004 Daihatsu UFE-II Concept
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2004 Daihatsu UFE-II Concept

Check out the 2004 Daihatsu UFE-II Concept revealed at the 2003 Tokyo International Auto Show. - Automobile Magazine
Automobilemag
Oct 01, 2003
2004 Toyota Fine-N Concept Photo Gallery
Tokyo Motor Show

2004 Toyota Fine-N Concept Photo Gallery

Toyota Fine-N concept Yet another mile marker on the road to our fuel cell future, the Fine-N is an MPV (multi-purpose vehicle, or minivan) version of the Fine-S fuel-cell concept that debuted at the 2003 Detroit show. This 14-foot-long, four-wheel-drive people mover only moves four people, even though its cabin is bigger than that of the Lexus LS430.
Automobilemag
Oct 01, 2003
2004 Mercedes-Benz F500 Mind Concept Photo Gallery
Tokyo Motor Show

2004 Mercedes-Benz F500 Mind Concept Photo Gallery

Mercedes-Benz F500 Mind concept Mercedes-Benz was the only German automaker with anything worthwhile to show at Tokyo. The F500 is the latest in a long line of futuristic Mercedes concepts that began with the 1991 F100, which presaged innovations we now take for granted, such as smart cruise control. Packaged as a four-door fastback sedan, the F500 Mind is rumored to portend the styling of the next-generation S-class coming in 2005, although Mercedes officials vehemently deny this.
Automobilemag
Oct 01, 2003
2004 Nissan Effis Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

2004 Nissan Effis Concept

Nissan Effis Concept
Automobilemag
Oct 01, 2003
2004 Hyundai NEOS-II Concept Photo Gallery
Tokyo Motor Show

2004 Hyundai NEOS-II Concept Photo Gallery

Hyundai NEOS-II concept The NEOS-II is Hyundai's crossover utility concept. Designed in Japan, this Hyundai wears sparkly black livery with a red pin stripe along the lower body side and red accents on the grille. Twenty-inch wheels are shod with 255/35-series tires. The headlights turn with the steering wheel.
Automobilemag
Oct 01, 2003

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