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The last 12 months have been an amazing year for Mazda concepts. This is the fourth in the 'Nagare' series that explore the idea of 'flow' and the Mazda stand here was notable for showing all of them together for the first time - a most impressive display and one of the highlights of this show.
Just six weeks after the world premiere of the Up! concept, VW is showing this second member of the 'New Small Family' here at Tokyo.
By far the most provocative and advanced of the four concepts shown here by Nissan, the Pivo 2 is a more globular version of the Pivo shown here two years ago.
The concept behind the Puyo was to create a 'Seamless Soft Box' form that is kind to both people and the environment, with the feel of an adorable pet.
The Hi-CT is Toyota's latest answer for a vehicle to appeal to young couples in Japan, a generation who appear to be losing interest in conventional sporty cars and find a tall and boxy profile far more appealing.
This is a pre-production teaser of the new A1 that Audi plans to launch next year as a new premium B-Segment entry model for the range.
A great name that sounds like a celebrity DJ or a mud-wrestling champion! The Mud Master-C is a miniature transporter designed in Daihatsu's Tokyo studio and is the first concept from this newly-established design group.
Similar in many ways to the Daihatsu above, the X-Head is a compact truck from Suzuki's advanced design group in Yokohama.
The exterior of the Round Box concept follows the current Japanese trend for concept cars featuring a predominantly square base section, with wheels pushed to the extreme corners and a more rounded upper body and cabin.
CDN thought the Toyota i-Swing was one of the landmark vehicles of the 2005 Tokyo show so it's good to see other makers expand on this 1-person mobility idea that is uniquely suited to Japan.