All Tokyo Motor Show articles – Page 5

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    Honda FCX Clarity


    The FCX concept shown at the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show and the Kiwami concept shown before it (Tokyo, 2003) were both designed around their fuel-cell powertrains running through the center tunnel. The FCX Clarity is a new production design that stems directly from these two cars: it also features a ...

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    Mitsubishi PX-IMIEV


    Forget the awkward iMiEV Cargo van that ruins the purity of the original city car from which it has mutated, Mitsubishi's most important concept at the Tokyo motor show from a design and technology perspective was its new PX-MiEV plug-in hybrid crossover concept.

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    Nissan Leaf


    The Nissan Leaf is probably the most significant car of the Tokyo Motor Show.

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    Daihatsu Deca Deca


    Japan is the land that invented the boxcar, so it's entirely fitting that Daihatsu chose the 2009 Tokyo motor show to launch its latest and one of its tallest: the Deca Deca concept.

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    Gorden Wagener, Shiro Nakamura and Walter de Silva among top names confirmed for inaugural Car Design Forum


    Join us in Japan for our new, one-day event, ahead of this year's Tokyo Motor Show

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    Isuzu Zen hybrid SUV to debut at Tokyo Motor Show


    October 19, 2001 – Making it's debut at the Tokyo Motor Show, the Isuzu Zen is a new type of vehicle which makes the link between ISUZU SUV and ISUZU commercial vehicles.

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    Chrysler Concepts for 2004 Detroit Motor Show


    November 20, 2003 – Chrysler Group's future, according to some pundits, is somewhat tenuous.

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    Nissan opens European Design Centre in London


    January 25, 2002 - Carlos Ghosn, President and CEO, Nissan Motor Company and Shiro Nakamura, Senior Vice President and Head of Design, this week officially opened the new Nissan design studio in London.

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    Isuzu FL-4 truck concept to debut at Tokyo Motor Show


    October 25, 2002 - The Isuzu Motors Design Center will present the FL-4 truck concept at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show (Commercial Vehicles), as a part of a study it conducted on truck design of the future.

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    Tokyo Motor Show 2005 - Preview


    The Tokyo Motor Show show takes place every two years, alternating with the commercial vehicle show. As always there will be a huge variety of new designs, predominantly from Japanese manufacturers, ranging from new production cars to some of the most unusual concept cars. We will have highlights from the ...

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    Tokyo Motor Show 2005 - Highlights


    The biennial Tokyo Motor Show is one of the highlights of the automotive calendar as domestic companies expose their latest work. Beyond styling, the Tokyo Motor Show reveals how designers question the role of private transport, and the technology that powers it. As such, the show tends to be biased ...

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    What's New - December 2005


    What's New - December 2005 What they're telling us New car photos and info

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    Design chief for Ford London design studio and Aston Martin announced


    15 Aug 2001 – Ford Motor Company has named Henrik Fisker as creative director of the company’s London Design Enterprise, and as the new design director for Aston Martin.

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    This week...


    All the news we couldn't fit on the front page

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    What's New - January 2006


    What's New - January 2006

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    Nissan and British design group Conran have unveiled 'Plus Conran' limited versions of the Cube, March (Micra) and Lafesta minivan for the Japanese market. The series follows Nissan's 'Modern Living Concept', which stresses advanced design values in cabins, first introduced with the Teana in 2003, and seen in the the ...

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    Subaru Stella


    Fuji Heavy Industries, manufacturer of Subaru vehicles and aerospace-related products, today announced the introduction of the Subaru Stella, an all-new mini car for the Japanese market.

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    Nissan Cube to debut at the Tokyo Motor Show


    Nissan Motor Co. has announced the domestic Japanese launch of the new generation Cube, which will be displayed at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show (Commercial Vehicles).