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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.

Nissan Moco Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Nissan Moco Concept

Nissan is showing the next generation of the Moco, a tiny, tallboy 660-cc one-box minivan, which is built by Suzuki. Adapted by Nissan designers from the 'Mom's Personal Wagon' show car on Suzuki's Tokyo show stand, Nissan's new Moco gets a different front end and a slightly revised interior.
Automobilemag
Oct 14, 2005
Nissan Bluebird Sylphy Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Nissan Bluebird Sylphy Concept

This is the second-generation Bluebird Sylphy for the Japanese market. A compact, upscale, three-box sedan, the Bluebird Sylphy uses Nissan's B-platform and espouses the company's 'Modern Living' concept of smart, modern, high-quality Japanese design within the cabin.
Automobilemag
Oct 14, 2005
Mazda 5 Hydrogen Rotary Hybrid Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Mazda 5 Hydrogen Rotary Hybrid Concept

While Mazda continues to develop its fascinating gas/hydrogen-powered rotary RX-8 (it should be available in Japan in 2006), it is showing something even more advanced in Tokyo: a rotary hybrid version of the latest Mazda 5.
Automobilemag
Oct 14, 2005
Mazda MPV
Tokyo Motor Show

Mazda MPV

The new Mazda MPV minivan debuts in 2006 as a Japanese domestic model only. In Europe and the United States, Mazda will replace the current MPV with the very stylish CX-7 crossover SUV (hitherto known on the auto show circuit as the MX-Crossport).
Automobilemag
Oct 14, 2005
Nissan Wingroad Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Nissan Wingroad Concept

This is a preview of Nissan's next Wingroad compact wagon which launches in Japan on November 14. Based on Nissan's B platform (coming to America in 2007 as the Versa), it targets domestic rivals like the Toyota Corolla Fielder and the Honda Airwave.
Automobilemag
Oct 14, 2005
Honda W.O.W. Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Honda W.O.W. Concept

Believe it or not, Honda W.O.W. stands for Wonderful Open-hearted Wagon, and this small minivan concept caters to Japan's dog-loving fraternity.The W.O.W. has three rows of thin designer seats mounted on a wooden floor.
Automobilemag
Oct 14, 2005
Volkswagen Polo GTI
Tokyo Motor Show

Volkswagen Polo GTI

The Volkswagen Polo GTI debuts in Tokyo, and we'll forgive you if you thought it was a Golf GTI at first glance; other than being smaller in every dimension, it looks nearly identical. A lowered suspension, red brake calipers, and sixteen-inch wheels that look like the eighteens on the Golf GTI lend purposefulness to the diminutive hatchback.
Automobilemag
Oct 14, 2005
Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4
Tokyo Motor Show

Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4

The baby of Volkswagen chairman Ferdinand Pich, the Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4 was built to attain a lofty and very specific goal: 400 kph--that's 249 mph. The Veyron blows past that goal and reaches 254 mph, but only when it's in a top speed-specific mode that minimizes drag by lowering ride height and moving various aero appendages closer to the body.
Automobilemag
Oct 14, 2005
Mitsuoka Orochi Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Mitsuoka Orochi Concept

Details on this exciting concept from the small Japanese brand Mitsuoka are scant, but the company has this to say of the car:
Automobilemag
Oct 14, 2005
Suzuki PX Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Suzuki PX Concept

The PX is an entertainingly offbeat, American retro-styled, three-row minivan concept with a very luxurious, six-seat cabin. It is aimed, Suzuki says, at men with families who don't necessarily want to conform to the routine and normality of everyday life, which sounds like the marketing brief for half of the SUVs built in the past ten years.
Automobilemag
Oct 05, 2005

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