Tokyo Motor Show 2017
Fleet World’s round-up of the most important headlines from the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show.
- Lexus flagship to debut autonomous driving in 2020 - Lexus has revealed a concept version of the next LS luxury saloon at the Tokyo Motor Show, confirming that the production version will debut fully automated ... Read More »
- Toyota plans long-range electric future - Toyota is sticking with hydrogen fuel cell technology despite pressing ahead with research into longer-range solid-state batteries, revealing two concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show to ... Read More »
- Mitsubishi revives Evolution range, as an EV - Mitsubishi Motors Corporation has revived its Evolution high-performance line with a fully-electric crossover, revealed at the Tokyo Motor Show. For more of the latest industry news, ... Read More »
- Nissan showcases electric crossover and performance Leaf - As well as joining Formula E for the fifth season, Nissan has unveiled a brace of EV concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show 2017. For more ... Read More »
- Mazda concepts hint at next 3 and 6 - Mazda has previewed its next-generation 3 and 6 models, outlining a product strategy which will combine more efficient combustion engines with electrification technology. For more of ... Read More »
- Honda enhances its future of EVs and plug-in hybrids - Honda has confirmed its future line up will include more hybrid vehicles and, for the first time, plug-in hybrid and electric vehicle (EV) models from here ... Read More »
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