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Nissan Pivo concept

19 October 2005

The Pivo is classic Tokyo Motor Show: conceptually and aesthetically extreme; clever and yet fun; packed full of technical innovations.

Subaru B5-TPH concept

19 October 2005

Subaru is an esoteric car brand in its devotion to all-wheel-drive and to turbocharged boxer engines, but not in its design heritage of dowdy sedans and estates (frameless windows and bizarre XT and SVX coupes excepted).

Daihatsu Costa concept

19 October 2005

The Costa is one of four concepts shown here by Daihatsu and is probably the most straightforward vehicle of the group.

Mitsubishi Concept-D:5

19 October 2005

The D:5 is the second concept shown here by Mitsubishi and quite different in every way from the aggressive Concept-X. The D:5 is a next-generation study for the popular Delicia Spacegear 4WD monobox model sold in Japan, which was first introduced as the Delicia Star Wagon in 1982.

Mitsubishi Concept-D:5

19 October 2005

The D:5 is the second concept shown here by Mitsubishi and quite different in every way from the aggressive Concept-X. The D:5 is a next-generation study for the popular Delicia Spacegear 4WD monobox model sold in Japan, which was first introduced as the Delicia Star Wagon in 1982.

Lexus LF-Sh

19 October 2005

It's called a concept here but in reality this is next year's new Lexus LS model, complete with hybrid 4WD drivetrain and V8 engine.

Chrysler Akino

19 October 2005

Compared to the concept sketches released two weeks ago, the final Akino model seen today is much more refined and solid looking.

Suzuki Ionis concept

19 October 2005

The Ionis is a futuristic fuel cell minicar that offers exceptional interior space for a 3.4 meter vehicle.

Nissan Foria concept

19 October 2005

The Foria is an elegant coupe that showcases Nissan's forthcoming small front-mid engine rear wheel drive platform that enables the car to have a long hood and upright screen.

Audi Shooting Brake concept

19 October 2005

Ten years ago last month, the Audi TT was shown at Frankfurt, an accurate preview of the production car that soon followed.