Updated: Oct. 26, 2017 at 8:24 AM
45th Tokyo Motor Show kicks off
Major auto companies introduced a variety of autonomous and electric cars on the first day of the 45th Tokyo Motor Show on Wednesday.
The show, held every other year, tends to showcase concept vehicles over cars actually in production. Photos by Keizo Mori/UPI
Toyota Gazoo Racing's GR HV Sports Concept vehicle combines the best of a sports car with the best of a hybrid and tops out at
more than 100 mph
Toyota Motor Corp. Executive Vice President Didier Leroy presents the Toyota Concept-i autonomous vehicle, saying that
, most Toyotas will connect to the company's cloud-based Mobility Service Platform.
The Toyota New Century has gotten its
in two decades and challenges luxury vehicles by Rolls-Royce and Bentley.
Each wheel on the Toyota FINE-Comfort Ride has its
and its batteries are fueled by hydrogen.
The Toyota Concept-i autonomous vehicle is intended to be
just as convenient
to use by people in wheelchairs as it is for people who walk.
The e-Evolution Concept car is Mitsubishi's first high-performance crossover SUV using
Though the engine of Nissan's new crossover electric sports utility vehicle iMx is quiet, the vehicle
will play music
at certain speeds to alert pedestrians that it's nearby.
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