The 44th annual Tokyo Motor Show is currently taking place in Japan, scheduled to run from 29 October to 8 November.
The 2015 edition of the motor show saw motoring press invited to take a look at the latest the automotive world has to offer over the first two days of the event, which hosted an array of new vehicles from Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Mazda, Honda, and many more.
The theme of this year’s event is “Technology + Fantasy”, which the organisers say will deliver an exhilarating experience to attendees.
Below are some of the new cars shown off at the Tokyo event.
Mazda RX-Vision Concept
The Mazda RX-Vision will feature a next-generation Skyactiv-R rotary engine, which has motoring fans rejoicing.
Mazda said the production of rotary engines are currently on hold at the company, but it has continued to develop the technology. No further details about the car were shared.
Mercedes-Benz Vision Tokyo concept
The Mercedes concept is a self-driving car that will be powered by a hybrid hydrogen fuel cell and inductive electric charging system.
The range of the vehicle is expected to be over 960km, with zero emissions coming from its use.
Subaru Viziv Future Concept
The new SUV from Subaru will feature a hybrid powertrain and turbo engine, which will be linked to an all-wheel drive system.
Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo
The Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo is a concept supercar developed in conjunction with Polyphony Digital – the makers of the PlayStation 4 racing game Gran Turismo.
“The Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo is a real-world embodiment of a virtual car, through which gamers around the world experience Nissan’s dynamic performance and innovation,” said Nissan.
Mitsubishi eX Concept
The eX Concept is another electric car from the event, which will feature all-wheel drive and a futuristic design.
Yamaha Sports Ride
Yamaha unveiled a sporty coupe concept at this year’s Tokyo Motor Show, which weighs under 750kg.
Subaru WRX STI S207
The new WRX STI S207 edition is the kind of car Subaru fans love – unfortunately it will be limited to 400 units in Japan only.
The car features a 2.0-liter turbocharged boxer engine, which produces 240kW/323hp, and leather Recaro seats.
Toyota FCV Plus
The FCV Plus will be powered by a hydrogen fuel cell, driven by 4 in-wheel motors.
Honda Wander Walker
The Honda Wander Walker concept is a 4-wheel scooter, which has front wheels that can turn 90 degrees.
Top speed – 6km/h.