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The Pivo is classic Tokyo Motor Show: conceptually and aesthetically extreme; clever and yet fun; packed full of technical innovations.
For a short period in the late 1980s Nissan produced a series of exceptionally unusual small cars including the retro Pao and Figaro.
The Sports 4 is a study for a future Accord-sized sedan that showcases Honda's Super Handling All-Wheel Drive drivetrain, as used on the new Legend.
This is the Honda Wonderful Open hearted Wagon; the Honda Wow, a concept orientated around travelling in the car with your pet dog.
The i-Swing is Toyota's proposal for a new form of personal mobility, following on from the i-Unit shown at the recent EXPO 2005 and IAA shows.
A Ferrari show car. A concept car by the world?s most famous car designer, Giorgetto Giugiaro, celebrating 50 years in car design.
Nissan seems to be serious about the potential of co-branding opportunities; two years ago they showed the Conran Cube and this year they are showing the Note Adidas concept car.
According to Hyundai, this is a CUV (Crossover Utility Vehicle) but to most onlookers it appears as a straightforward luxury SUV in the guise of the Lexus RX330 or BMW X5.
Increasingly we are seeing car design students producing small monospace leisure vehicles that are in concept much like a shrunken Volkswagen Microbus.
The Amenio gives an idea of what the next generation Nissan Elegrand (a large MPV sold only in Japan) will be like, which is interesting to compare to the similarly sized Toyota Estima production preview concept also showing at Tokyo.