The Mi-Tech will sit alongside the Super Height K-Wagon concept, which as it sounds, is a really tall wagon.
With better visibility and tons of space inside, Honda's useful little subcompact hatch is more practical than ever.
The box on wheels makes its debut at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show.
There's a new turbo engine under the hood, as well.
The brand's first electric vehicle will go on sale in Japan in late 2020.
It's a tiny van with chunky styling and big personality.
Whether you're after electric cars, sports cars or something out of left field, Tokyo's got it.
It's got edgy style, a fully electric powertrain and a little flying worker bot hidden in the back. This is Lexus' vision for the future.
While the Levorg itself won't be sold Stateside, expect to see parts of it on future Subaru products.
No, Subie's next-generation performance wagon isn't crossing the Pacific. At least, not all of it. The new engine and safety tech may also appear in a next-gen WRX. Probably...
A company executive carefully tiptoed around confirming new generations, but promised neither car has been forgotten.
With an electric motor at each of it's four corners and an edgy design between, Lexus' latest vision is pretty wild -- and we haven't even mentioned the floating drone!
The evolution of the Concept-i is a bit more road ready, but still features an AI-based assistant that makes an emotional connection with the driver.
This attractive, all-electric SUV is loaded with advanced powertrain and safety gear, and it looks ready for global driveways.
A production version of this small SUV isn't too far off.
The only thing crazier than this new Mi-Tech PHEV Concept's looks? Its tech.
The MI-Tech is an aggressively-styled, turbine-powered beach buggy from the future, and we love it.
The world could use more cute cars -- and Suzuki delivers.
The limited edition STI commemorates the end of EJ20 engine production.
The autonomous concept pushes the envelope of electric vehicle design with its four in-wheel motors and sharp profile.
This taller-than-average little van concept is already running rings around our hearts.
It's unclear if the new Fit will eventually make its way to the US.
Mercedes-Benz showed us what its vision for the future of all-electric luxury motoring looked like back at Frankfurt. Now, we've traveled to Japan to get a second look, and to take it for a drive.
Veteran drivers Sébastien Buemi and Oliver Rowland will look particularly racy in Japanese traditional formalwear.
The new livery will also be applied to Nissan's Leaf Nismo RC race car.
Mazda released more information about its upcoming EV, which will be unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show next week. The vehicle in question appears to be quite swoopy, with a gently sloping roof.
This EV, which will be revealed at next week's Tokyo Motor Show, is said to expand the automaker's signature Kodo design language.
It may be small but it is mighty! This itty-bitty convertible is manufactured by Daihatsu and features BBS wheels, a turbocharged engine and even an available manual transmission.