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

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 peopl
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 f
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
Automobilemag
| Oct 01, 2003

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