All OEMs articles – Page 4

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    Tokyo 2015: Nissan pilots the way with IDS concept


    Driverless vision shows Mercedes how it’s done

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    Tokyo 2015: Nissan Teatro for Dayz projects the future


    Creative Box explores new forms of interaction, hints at in-house Kei car design

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    Nissan Forum concept


    Nissan's Forum concept is a new take on the family hauler. Laden with innovative details, the show car pushes forward with a new design aesthetic and luxurious appointments not typically found on MPVs.

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    Ford F-150


    Ford's new F-150 is arguably the most important new design in Detroit - even if it is just a very heavy revision of the 2004 F-150 design. It is Ford's best-selling product, the world's best-selling vehicle, and a very clever mid-life revision.

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    Ford Explorer America concept


    Not a production preview, but clearly hinting at the direction for the next production Ford Explorer, the Explorer concept was created by Stuart Jamieson and John Paxton - the exterior and interior designers respectively - under the lead of David Woodhouse and Strategic Design Director Freeman Thomas.

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    Nissan Amenio concept


    The Amenio gives an idea of what the next generation Nissan Elegrand (a large MPV sold only in Japan) will be like, which is interesting to compare to the similarly sized Toyota Estima production preview concept also showing at Tokyo.

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    Nissan Note Adidas concept


    Nissan seems to be serious about the potential of co-branding opportunities; two years ago they showed the Conran Cube and this year they are showing the Note Adidas concept car.

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    Nissan Pivo concept


    The Pivo is classic Tokyo Motor Show: conceptually and aesthetically extreme; clever and yet fun; packed full of technical innovations.

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    Nissan Foria concept


    The Foria is an elegant coupe that showcases Nissan's forthcoming small front-mid engine rear wheel drive platform that enables the car to have a long hood and upright screen.

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    Nissan GT-R Proto


    Four years ago at Tokyo the GT-R concept car was shown, and this year the remarkably similar GT-R Proto debuts.

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    Ford Mondeo Wagon concept


    This is the preview of the new 2007 Mondeo, which is likely to debut at Geneva next spring.

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    Ford Fiesta


    We've seen the Verve concept in Frankfurt when Martin Smith told us that this was very close to what we should expect for the new Fiesta. And he was right.

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    Ford Iosis X concept


    Ford is continuing its evolution of 'Kinetic Design' with the surprise debut at Paris of the five-door concept compact crossover vehicle, Iosis X.

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    Nissan Maxima


    The seventh generation of Nissan's flagship Maxima sedan revives the four-door sports car (4DSC) moniker coined by the company nearly two decades ago.

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    Nissan Qashqai


    This is probably the most significant production debut here at Paris Show.

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    Nissan Urge concept


    The Nissan Urge is a small three-seat sports car based on a truncated 350Z. Inspired by motorcycles, it uses materials in new ways for youth appeal and a fun driving experience.

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    Ford Reflex concept


    Last year Ford showed what a small, tough American city car could be with the SYNus. When J Mays announced the Reflex at the opening press launch of this year's show he described it as "Ford's latest exploration on America's small car" and as evidence that Ford is committed to ...

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    Ford F-250 Super Chief concept


    "You want a pickup? I'll show you a pickup." Ford Design Director Peter Horbury isn't kidding: At 6.7meters long, the Super Chief is colossal, exemplifying Ford's 'rugged elegance' philosophy in combining the utility of a truck with the luxury of a limousine.

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    Ford S-Max


    The S-MAX shares much in common with the new Galaxy but aims to have greater dynamic appeal and retain a closer connection with Ford of Europe's new 'Kinetic Design' ethos, as previewed on the SAV and Iosis concepts from last year.

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    Skoda Roomster


    Speaking at the show with Satoru Tai, Vice President of Nissan Design Europe, he explained how the Terranaut aims to be less aggressive than most SUVs and features ?Cartier-like? jewel type lamps at the front a rear ? not dissimilar perhaps to the Nissan Foria concept shown at Tokyo.