This video from Beyod Tomorrow TV series shows the main features of the Nissan Pivo, the concept car unveiled at the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show.
Presented as a world premiere at the 39th Tokyo Motor Show, the F600 HyGenius Concept is a fuel cell-powered futuristic vehicle, whose design was created by different Mercedes Design Centers, located in Germany, Japan, USA and Italy.
Presented by Chrysler at the 39th Tokyo Motor Show, the Akino Concept is a static prototype designed to communicate and inspire a sense of serenity and make passenger feel like being home.
At the Tokyo Motor Show Honda introduced the W.O.W. Concept, an original vehicle aimed at improving dogs' quality of life on the road.
Presented at Tokyo Motor Show, the Suzuki LC Concept is a rétro-styled mini car that takes inspiration from the 50's.
The FCX Concept is Honda's latest expression in the fuel cell technology. Its innovative floor-pan lowers the center of gravity and allows for more interior roominess.
At the Tokyo Motor Show Lexus is unveiling the LF-Sh Concept, a prototype that previews the next generation of Lexus' flagship saloon.
The Suzuki Ionis is an original fuel-cell minicar designed to offer significant performance in terms of form and function.
With the Sports 4 Concept Honda proposes its vision of a sports car of the future: among the features, the SHAWD, a trasmission system that can vary the torque distribution to all four wheels.
After the first sketches, Nissan has revealed the official photos of its latest concept, the GT-R Proto.
The Mini Concept Tokyo is an original design study based on the philosophy of "British travelling style". Like the 1960 Mini Traveller it offers unique functionalities useful during travels, trips and picnics.
The EcoRacer is a lighweight concept powered with a 100 kW turbo diesel engine. Its mass of 850 kg allows to combine high performances (0-100 km/h in 6.3 seconds, 230 km/h) with low fuel consumption (3.4 liters/100 km).
Italdesign has just presented the first official images and the press release of Ferrari GG50, the concept which celebrates Giugiaro's 50 years of activity in car design.
The Toyota Fine-X is a hybrid concept that combines a hydrogen fuel cell system with electric in-wheel motors and a four-wheel independent steering system that allows the vehicle to turn on the spot.
The Estima Concept is a new generation minivan that combines the latest hybrid system, THS II, with electric 4WD to combine environmental and driving performances.
At the Tokyo Motor Show Audi presents the Shooting Brake Concept, a design study inspired to the recent Audi prototypes, with some chances to go into production.
Mini is launching a new interpretation of its classic Mini that reflects the Japanese appreciation for British style: among the features, a picnic table with chairs.
At the next Tokyo Motor Show Ford Motor Company will display the Ford Equator, a SUV concept that comes after the homonymous prototype unveiled at the 2000 North American International Auto Show.