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2017 Tokyo Motor Show: Toyota’s a busy-bee

Toyota Fine Comfort Ride concept

Toyota is one of the world’s largest automakers and if sales numbers are not enough to convince you of the fact, the 10 unveilings that took place at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show might do the trick. Actually, the extreme reached by these products are what demonstrate that Toyota has something for absolutely everyone’s mobility needs, from the Concept-i WALK ...

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2017 Tokyo Motor Show: Mitsubishi: A New Hope

Mitsubishi E-Evolution concept

So very much is riding on the shoulders of Mitsubishi’s new Eclipse Cross CUV. With a lineup reduced to nothing more that crossovers, the need for them to be worthy competitors in their respective segments is an absolute must. The Eclipse Cross starts off well enough as its exterior shell is admittedly original. Available ingredients like Mitsubishi’s Super All-Wheel control ...

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2017 Tokyo Motor Show: Mazda Kai Concept

Mazda Kai concept

No need to think too hard; this is in fact the next generation Mazda3 Sport, aka the hatchback. Perhaps this information was not meant to be revealed any time soon but anyone with an ounce of car sense had already figured it out. The Kai Concept is the first near-production car from Mazda that will call upon the brand’s now ...

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2017 Tokyo Motor Show: Honda’s brilliant EV concepts

Honda Urban EV Concept

Honda’s doing something very original with its EV concepts of late. If you take moment and study the Urban EV hatchback concept from the last Frankfurt Motor Show and today’s Sports EV Concept, we can’t help but see how perfectly retro-inspired these cars are. The latest Sports EV concept evokes Honda’s legendary and rare S600 Coupe from the 1960s while ...

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Mazda: The pursuit of unique elegance

Mazda Vision Coupe concept

2017 Tokyo Motor Show If you’ve ever been to Tokyo, Japan, and spent any amount of time in a truly traditional setting, you’ll have undoubtedly noticed how this culture prefers simplicity over complexity. For example, a minimal amount of distractions and an unobstructed visual environment describe famous traditional Japanese gardens. Ikuo Meada, Mazda’s Head of Design reminded those in attendance ...

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