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November 25 - December 6, 2015

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November 25 - December 6, 2015

The Tokyo Motor Show is held on odd numbered years and features the most interesting concept cars of any international auto show.

Daihatsu Be-go
Tokyo Motor Show

Daihatsu Be-go

When the Be-Go appeared at Frankfurt, it was called the D-Compact 4x4. For Tokyo, it gets a new name but is essentially the same next-generation, lightweight, baby soft-road SUV with a newly developed 1.5-liter engine and full-time 4WD, but with body dimensions that are fractionally smaller.
Automobilemag
| Nov 01, 2005
Daihatsu Copen ZZ
Tokyo Motor Show

Daihatsu Copen ZZ

This maxed-out Copen ZZ is a refugee from last month's Frankfurt Motor Show. Daihatsu has jazzed up the Copen body, making it longer and wider, while also reworking the nose and tail treatment to give it more visual muscle.
Automobilemag
| Nov 01, 2005
Daihatsu Costa Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Daihatsu Costa Concept

The Costa is a small, funky four-wheel-drive runabout with a doorless, semi-open body. The theme here is a casual, breezy, urban runabout for four with a basic, hose-out interior featuring a deck floor, hammock seats, and clearly very little in the way of weather production
Automobilemag
| Nov 01, 2005
Daihatsu Esse
Tokyo Motor Show

Daihatsu Esse

The Esse (the name is derived from the word essence) is a plain and simple, 660-cc five-door that is a kind of modern, miniaturized redo of the 1980s-era Renault 5.
Automobilemag
| Nov 01, 2005
Daihatsu HVS
Tokyo Motor Show

Daihatsu HVS

Daihatsu's HVS (Hybrid Vehicle Sports), which debuted at last month's Frankfurt show, is a small, cute, lightweight sports car concept with a tidy, two-seat cabin and a hybrid four-wheel-drive drivetrain.
Automobilemag
| Nov 01, 2005
Daihatsu SK Tourer Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Daihatsu SK Tourer Concept

Japan is awash with small, quirky, 660-cc minivans, but the SK Tourer concept is clearly something different. It forgoes the boxy, anti-design look in favor of a smooth, attractive, Eurocentric silhouette that's all curves, and adds a big glass roof and a set of snazzy crystal-cut headlamps.
Automobilemag
| Nov 01, 2005
Daihatsu Tanto FCHV Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Daihatsu Tanto FCHV Concept

The boxy Tanto FCHV is Daihatsu's latest small fuel-cell hybrid concept, and it uses a fuel-cell stack sourced from Toyota. This time, the stack is smaller and is mounted under the seats, changing places with the secondary battery that's now located beneath the rear floor in order to maximize the li
Automobilemag
| Nov 01, 2005
Daihatsu UFE-III Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Daihatsu UFE-III Concept

The UFE-III is a third-generation, 660-cc super streamliner concept that follows the UFE (from the 2001 Tokyo Motor Show) and the UFE-II (from the 2003 show). The 2005 UFE-III (for Ultra Fuel Economy) is now a three-seat car with a centrally located driving position and a big, lift-up canopy door.
Automobilemag
| Nov 01, 2005
Toyota RAV4 Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Toyota RAV4 Concept

The 2007 Toyota RAV4 grows significantly and will now offer three-row seating. An available V-6 will produce around 300 hp and make this one of the fastest Toyota vehicles since the Supra disappeared seven years ago.
Automobilemag
| Nov 01, 2005
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Toyota Estima Hybrid Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Toyota Estima Hybrid Concept

This is Toyota's second-generation Estima hybrid minivan in Japan. Its hybrid system marries a 2.4-liter four-cylinder and a 100 kW electric motor. A 50 kW motor driving the rear wheels provides four-wheel-drive capability.
Automobilemag
| Nov 01, 2005
Lexus LF-Sh Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Lexus LF-Sh Concept

Lexus previews the next LS with the LF-Sh hybrid concept at the 2005 Tokyo motor show.
Automobilemag
| Nov 01, 2005
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Scion bB Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Scion bB Concept

Toyota's first-generation bB (for Black Box) was a smash hit with young car buyers in Japan--and also in the USA, where it's sold as the Scion xB.The small, boxy, utilitarian, anti-establishment feel of the bB was what helped make it popular.
Automobilemag
| Nov 01, 2005
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Toyota Fine-X
Tokyo Motor Show

Toyota Fine-X

The latest in Toyota's family of 'Fine' fuel cell show cars, the Fine-X is a small, four-seat minivan concept with massive gullwing doors. It features a compact fuel-cell hybrid powertrain, which drives electric motors in each of the four wheels.
Automobilemag
| Nov 01, 2005
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Toyota FSC
Tokyo Motor Show

Toyota FSC

Toyota describes the FSC as a new category crossover between a sedan and a minivan. About the size of a VW Passat wagon, the FSC is ordinarily a four-seater, with a roomy 'lounge-feel cabin.
Automobilemag
| Nov 01, 2005
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Toyota i-swing
Tokyo Motor Show

Toyota i-swing

You might suspect that Toyota is instigating a sexual revolution with its recent concepts, the vaguely phallic i-unit and the free-loving i-swing, but the i-swing is merely the latest in a long line of wacko, single-seat personal vehicles, following the Pod (2001), the PM (2003), and the aforementio
Automobilemag
| Nov 01, 2005
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Lexus LF-A Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Lexus LF-A Concept

The Lexus LF-A supercar concept makes another show appearance at Tokyo, and this time Lexus has announced that it is powered by a V-10 with more than 500 horsepower. Details are still scant, but count on a production version that looks a lot like this within two years.
Automobilemag
| Nov 01, 2005

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