Tokyo Motor Show


Mazda’s futuristic Taiki concept boasts the “next-generation RENESIS (rotary engine 16X), which sets new standards for environmental and driving performance, a front-engine rear-drive layout, a unique 2-seat configuration, and Mazda’s rotary sports package, which conveys an image of lightness.” Video after the break. Click here for more pictures.

. The basic proportions begin with the stretched coupe form of a front-engine rear-wheel-drive layout, the short overhangs, and the liberating feel of an all-glass canopy

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Suzuki unveiled its X-Head concept, basically a life-sized Tonka truck, at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show. Unfortunately, there’s no word yet on pricing and availability. Click here for more pictures.

The second layer in Suzuki’s Tokyo awesomeness involves a small SUV concept for those who commute with a large quantity of sporting equipment. It’s the Suzuki X-Head concept, a smallish truck prototype that looks like the product of misguided congress between a big rig and a Suzuki Mighty Boy

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Mitsubishi’s Fuso Canter Eco-D is one dump truck I wouldn’t mind driving around daily. Unfortunately, there’s no word yet on if this concept will go into production. Click here for more pictures.

We could never have imagined one looking so hot. Unfortunately, the presser is all in Japanese, so we can’t regale you with tales of whatever brand of hybrization that’s going on under all that shiny metal, but I know that’s a 10.6 liter diesel closely related to one I’m working with right now

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