The Japanese put on a future of motoring at the Tokyo Motor Show. The latest concept cars from Japanese car makers unveiled different machines, including radical electrical sports cars, high-riding and high-performance SUVs, grand sedans, and capacious carry-all crossover.
But the most striking car revealed at the Tokyo Motor Show was come from Italian automakers but not from Honda or Toyota. The bi-annual Tokyo motor show cased its fair wild and wacky versions of tomorrow’s transport.
Honda showed its new Monkey and ‘Neo’ cafe racer concepts, the new Monkey is a modern throwback to Honda’s mini-bikes of yore. The concept is same like as original Z-series styling while it has been refashioned a touch with a hat tip around the scrambler movement
Mazda’s Visions Coupe concept, which company calls a “one motion” shape body indicating speed and grace. The stylish design evolves recessed headlights, hidden door handles, a tapered rear-end and smooth body panels.
The all-new new WRX pocket rocket performance car, Subaru will separate the WRX from the Impreza on which has been based for almost 20 years. But it still contains some of the iconic rally-bred machine’s signature styling indications like pumped-out guards and four exhaust pipes, and its letterbox intercooler scoop in the bonnet. Subaru has not revealed anything about Viziv’s skin, but the car will contain a turbo charged version of the latest-generation 2.0-litre boxer four cylinders.
Honda’s Sports EV concept is the updated version of its Urban EV concept unveiled at Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany last month. The Sports EV is a low-slung slung two-seater which has a lower, smooth and more aggressive look.
The all-new Nissan Leaf concept is a fully autonomous car with a redesigned battery. You can control entertainment systems by hand and eye movements. The car has 320kW of power and 700Nm of torque.
If these latest concepts are any indications form Japanese car ,maker then the road will be filled with these myriad of different vehicles.