Tokyo Motor Show
Mitsubishi readies low-slung electric crossover conceptSept. 20
Detroit 3 to skip connected car-themed Tokyo showMay 23
Tokyo Motor Show sets 2017 dates, vows boost in attendanceSept. 15, 2016
Dramatic appearanceAug. 8, 2016
Olympics could derail Tokyo showApril 18, 2016
The autumn 2019 Tokyo Motor Show was supposed to be ideal for previewing Japan's advances in zero-emission and autonomous cars ahead of the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Instead, the games threaten to derail the motor show.
Anime, sultry and supercars: What people are saying about the Mazda RX-VisionNov. 10, 2015
Mazda’s RX-Vision concept was a hit at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show. While it hinted at the triumphant return of Mazda’s iconic rotary engine, the RX-Vision also drew plaudits for its sleek styling. A look at what some critics and others are saying about the concept.
Tokyo auto show home run concept vehiclesNov. 2, 2015
EV advocate Ghosn eyes fuel cell entry around 2020Nov. 2, 2015
At Mazda, a team of 50 searches for rotary-engine breakthroughOct. 28, 2015
For the last eight years, a team of 50 engineers has slaved away on Mazda's signature rotary engine, seeking a breakthrough for the unique design Mazda had championed for decades, almost alone in its enthusiasm.
Tokyo auto show hits and missesNov. 2, 2015
David Undercoffler has a keen eye for product and a tendency to speak his mind. That's why we hired him, and it's why we set him loose last week on the floor of the Tokyo Motor Show, where the wild concept cars continually push back the frontiers of good taste. Here's what he made of this year's assortment.
Japan Inc.'s 2020 vision: Self-driving cars on the roadNov. 2, 2015
Japan's big automakers, long known for their fondness for automation, finally are ready to make a big push into self-driving cars. Honda, Nissan and Toyota used the stage at last week's Tokyo Motor Show to outline their next steps.
Luxury brands place fuel cell betsOct. 31, 2015
Luxury automakers fortified their stance on hydrogen fuel cell vehicles at the Tokyo Motor Show, with Lexus unveiling a dramatic fuel cell concept and BMW AG disclosing that it will launch a vehicle in 2020 developed in conjunction with Toyota Motor Corp.