Mercedes-Benz has revealed a new minivan-like concept at the Tokyo Motor Show. This self-driving car is powered by a fuel cell and has been designed to attract Japanese youngsters.
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Mercedes-Benz's latest self-driving Vision concept looks like a road-going dirigible, and it's coming for Japan's youth.
Cubes seem to be a popular shape among Japanese automakers, given the plentiful examples at the Tokyo Motor Show, but a few more exciting models, such as the Acura NSX and Toyota S-FR show up as well.
Mazda shows the first tangible proof of next-generation rotary development in years.
Mazda has finally revisited a key part of its performance legacy, rotary engines. The new RX-Vision sports car concept has debuted at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show.
Honda is previewing its October Tokyo Motor Show stand reveals, and it's a diverse group including a fuel-cell sedan, an upright autonomous pod, and a brace of high-performance cars and motorcycles.
Mazda has released a teaser photo of a concept car to be unveiled at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show, signaling its intention to produce a new sports car in the tradition of the RX models.
At next month's Tokyo Motor Show, Honda will show its next-gen fuel-cell car, which will go head-to-head with Toyota's Mirai. It will also show an autonomous mobility concept and new motorcycles.
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