The biennial Tokyo Motor Show runs from 24 October to 4 November, and is regarded in the motor industry as one of the most diverse shows on the calendar thanks to the wide variety of manufacturers ...
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Japan has built its brilliant engineering reputation on miniaturisation. Everything from watches to computers, toys to cars have been compressed into tiny packages. This has forced the pace of de...
You could be forgiven for thinking the only new cars being launched or revealed at motorshows are small SUVs nowadays. However, the Tokyo Motor Show went its own way, as usual, and showed us there’...
Mitsubishi has revealed their e-Evolution concept at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. “We aim to provide vehicles that fulfill our customers' desires through outstanding design, combined with the powe...
Honda will make a limited number of its hydrogen-fuelled saloons available in the UK from 2017.
Mazda has all but confirmed a return to rotary-engined sports cars with the unveiling of the RX-Vision concept at the Tokyo Motor Show. Featuring a next-generation Skyactiv-R rotary powerplant, th...
The IDS Concept uses radars, lasers and cameras pilot the car autonomously. Nissan hopes to have a self-driving car on sale by 2020.
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