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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.

Suzuki LC Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Suzuki LC Concept

charming re-creation of Suzuki's first car, the 1955 Suzulight, the LC microcar has space for only two people inside its two-door, 10.5-foot-long body. The split-level cabin with plaid seats is decidedly minimalist, but the detailing throughout the car is fantastic.
Automobilemag
Oct 05, 2005
Suzuki Ionis Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Suzuki Ionis Concept

This tiny, one-box, fuel-cell-powered, mini-MPV concept uses GM's by-wire technology to control the steering, the brakes, and the throttle, thus freeing up interior space. The roomy cabin features a very cool LED console, elegant designer leather seats, and ebony trim both for the dashboard and the floor.
Automobilemag
Oct 05, 2005
Subaru B5-TPH Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Subaru B5-TPH Concept

The Subaru B5-TPH is a stylish coupe/wagon/crossover concept that Subaru stresses is not the next Impreza. Its main focus is not the exterior styling so much as Subaru's Turbo Parallel Hybrid (TPH) powertrain, which is linked to the company's trademark Symmetrical four-wheel-drive system.
Automobilemag
Oct 05, 2005
Nissan Skyline GT-R Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Nissan Skyline GT-R Concept

Nissan unviels the new Skyline GT-R PROTO concept at the 2005 Tokyo motor show.
Automobilemag
Oct 05, 2005
Nissan Pivo Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Nissan Pivo Concept

At first sight, the Pivo looks like another one of those famously wacky, futuristic Tokyo show specials. But it's actually quite clever when you take a closer look. The Pivo's bubble-shaped cabin can turn a full 360 degrees on its axis, saving its driver the hassle of ever having to engage reverse gear.
Automobilemag
Oct 05, 2005
Nissan Note Adidas Edition
Tokyo Motor Show

Nissan Note Adidas Edition

Nissan collaborated with the well-known athletic company to create this 159-inch-long (13.3 feet), 1.5-liter study whose stated purpose is to have a "wearable" exterior and interior. The grille, the bodysides, and the wheels mimic the bottom of a tennis shoe.
Automobilemag
Oct 05, 2005
Nissan Foria Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Nissan Foria Concept

The Foria is a compact, premium, two-plus-two, rear-wheel-drive concept coupe that Nissan is actively considering for the United States and European markets.
Automobilemag
Oct 05, 2005
Nissan Amenio Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Nissan Amenio Concept

The Amenio is a new-style minivan concept incorporating Nissan's upscale Modern Living interior decor theme. That's to say smart, modern Japanese design as seen in cars like the Japanese-market Teana sedan and the Infiniti M45.
Automobilemag
Oct 05, 2005
Mazda Senku Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Mazda Senku Concept

The sensational looking Mazda Senku is a four-seat sports car with the first-ever rotary-engined hybrid powertrain, not to mention some of the longest sliding doors in the business.At 183 inches (15.3 feet) long, 73 inches across, and 55 inches in height, the Senku is a full nine inches longer, three inches wider, and two inches taller than an RX-8.
Automobilemag
Oct 05, 2005
Honda Sports 4 Concept
Tokyo Motor Show

Honda Sports 4 Concept

New Honda Sports 4 concept previews the next Accord at the 2005 Tokyo motor show.
Automobilemag
Oct 05, 2005

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