Mazda unveils the beautiful RX VISION Concept at the Tokyo Motor Show


Mazda’s RX family could be welcoming a new member soon, as the Japanese auto marque has just debuted an RX-VISION Concept at the t. Bearing a striking aesthetic resemblance to Mazda’s acclaimed RX-7, the VISION’s elongated bonnet and squat rear are hallmarks that represent “a vision of the future that Mazda hopes to one day make into reality; a front-engine, rear-wheel drive sports car” according to Mazda.

However there is no word yet on Mazda’s plans to slate the RX-Vision Concept for mass production.


Toyota reveals new Hydrogen Fuel Cell sedan


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After first revealing its FCV Concept at the Tokyo Motor Show last year, Toyota is back with its production model, the Toyota FCHV.

The latest breakthrough in Toyota’s 20 years of research with fuel cell vehicles, this new sedan features similar performance as vehicles running on gasoline, boasting a cruising range of 700 km (435 miles), a refueling time of about three minutes and the ability to start in -30 degrees Celsius (86 °F) . The eponymous fuel cells generate the electricity needed to drive the car through a chemical reaction between hydrogen and oxygen that produces only steam as an emission.

Emerging technologies, of course,  come with a hefty price tag and this is no exception. The new sedan is expected to go on sale for ¥7 million‎ JPY (approximately $68,700 USD) when it launches in Japan by April 2015 and later in the summer in the U.S. and Europe. The carmaker says initial availability will be limited to regions where hydrogen fueling infrastructure is being implemented.

For more specs on the car, check out Toyota’s website.


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Toyota reveals new Hydrogen Fuel Cell sedan



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Nissan IDx NISMO Concept


Blending its box-car design of the late ’60s and early ’70s with today’s cutting-edge innovations, Nissan has created the IDx NISMO Concept, a creation that blends the Japanese automotive brand’s timeless execution with compelling new details. Making its world premier at this year’s Tokyo Motor Show, the IDx NISMO measures a diminutive 1.8 meters wide and features a carbon fiber panels and a sporty interior, while large wheel arches and aerodynamic spoilers add to its speedy appearance.

To further its high-performance attributes, Nissan has used an eco-friendly 1.6L turbo charged engine with a manual shift mode and synchronized rev control. Blending racing heritage and styling with contemporary execution, the IDx NISMO is a showcase of the where Nissan may be headed in the future.

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Nissan IDx NISMO Concept

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Nissan to debut eyeglass-like wearable device at 2013 Tokyo Motor Show

Nissan recently announced Nissan 3E, an eyeglass-like wearable device that is currently under development by the company. The device is said to be capable of being connected to the Internet in real time, allowing the users to overlay acquired information on the glasses, record projected images, have communications with others by sending information to their glasses and much, much more. The 2013 Tokyo Motor Show will be held from November 23 through December 1 at Tokyo Big Sight in Ariake, Koto-ku.


Yamaha unveils BOLT Café concept bike at Tokyo Motor Show


At this year’s Tokyo Motor ShowYamaha presents a handful of motorcycle concepts including this BOLT Café. The concept bike uses the BOLT’s slim and compact chassis and 950cc air-cooled V-twin engine as the base, and features matte black detailing, a single cowled seat, dark brown leather surfaces, and down-turned handlebars with underslung mirrors.

Presented in one variation above, the whole point of the prototype is to show the possibilities customers have at their disposal when customizing their rides.

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Yamaha unveils BOLT Café concept bike at Tokyo Motor Show