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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.

Mini Concept Tokyo
Tokyo Motor Show

Mini Concept Tokyo

Japan has always been big on the Mini, both original and modern, so it's no surprise that BMW is bringing a new Mini concept to the Tokyo show, one designed to reflect a "Japanese appreciation of all things British." This is a quick redo of the hit Mini station wagon concept from the Frankfurt auto show, featuring new wheels, a recolored interior, and indicator lights sporting the Union Jack.
Automobilemag
Nov 01, 2005
Mitsubishi D:5 Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Mitsubishi D:5 Concept

The D:5 is a thinly disguised preview of Mitsubishi's next Delica domestic minvan. It carries the D:5 name because it's the fifth Delica generation since 1982.The D:5 has three rows of seats and two sliding rear doors. Inside, a novel "Rib Bone Frame" serves as a visual reminder of the structural rigidity built into this new one-box van.
Automobilemag
Nov 01, 2005
Mitsubishi i
Tokyo Motor Show

Mitsubishi i

Mitsubishi first came up with the 'i,' its idiosyncratic rear-midship 660-cc minicar, back at the 2003 Frankfurt auto show. This is the follow-up production car, and it has a prettier nose and an on-sale date in Japan of January 2006.
Automobilemag
Nov 01, 2005
Mitsubishi Outlander
Tokyo Motor Show

Mitsubishi Outlander

The redesigned Outlander goes on sale in Japan just before the Tokyo Show on October 17. Mitsubishi will then ship it to Europe and Australia, and America will see it first at next April's New York auto show. It will go on sale in the U.S. sometime in 2006.
Automobilemag
Nov 01, 2005
Suzuki Mom\'s Personal Wagon
Tokyo Motor Show

Suzuki Mom's Personal Wagon

Suzuki Mom's Personal Wagon Concept
Automobilemag
Nov 01, 2005
Hyundai NEOS-III
Tokyo Motor Show

Hyundai NEOS-III

Hyundai comes to the 2005 Tokyo Show with the NEOS-III, a full-size, V-8-powered, luxury crossover utility concept, that was developed in Japan at Hyundai's Design and Technical Centre in Chiba, to the east of Tokyo.
Automobilemag
Nov 01, 2005
Ford Equator Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Ford Equator Concept

Ford's Equator concept at the Tokyo show is based on the current Ford Escape. It's more of a design project than an engineering exercise. The Equator, which has a Ford Duratec 3.0-liter V-6 linked to a computer-controlled, 'intelligent' 4WD system, is a study put together by Ford's Lio Ho Design Technology Center in Taiwan, under the supervision of Asia Pacific design chief Paul Gibson, who is based in Australia.
Automobilemag
Nov 01, 2005
Lexus GS450h Hybrid
Tokyo Motor Show

Lexus GS450h Hybrid

Lexus is adding another weapon to their green-leaning arsenal as they unveil the GS450h sedan, scheduled to reach dealerships in the spring of 2006. It joins Lexus's own RX400h SUV as the only luxury vehicles to offer the improved fuel economy and eco-friendliness of a hybrid powertrain.
Automobilemag
Nov 01, 2005
2006 Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder
Tokyo Motor Show

2006 Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder

The Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder pops the top on what was already one of the sexiest cars around.
Automobilemag
Nov 01, 2005
Mercedes-Benz S-Class Bluetec Hybrid
Tokyo Motor Show

Mercedes-Benz S-Class Bluetec Hybrid

Based on the new 2006 Mercedes-Benz S-Class, the Bluetec Hybrid uses what the company claims to be the "cleanest diesel in the world." A process called Selective Catalytic Reduction--literally the use of urea (that's urine to you and me) injected into the exhaust--neutralizes gases and reduces nitrogen oxide emissions by 80 percent. Like hybrids sold by Toyota and Honda, this S-Class deactivates the internal combustion engine when it is not needed and reclaims electric energy during braking a
Automobilemag
Oct 19, 2005

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