This is the full list of new vehicles to be unveiled during the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show held from Friday, November 22 to Sunday, December 1, 2013 at Tokyo Big Sight in Koto-ku, Tokyo.
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Deca-Deca minivan: This Kei-class minivan concept featuring sliding rear doors looks almost normal next to the FC-Deck.
FC-Deck Concept: Tokyo’s show wouldn’t be the same without the whacky concepts and this fuel cell powered mini-sized truck cab fits the bill rather neatly.
Kopen Concept: Preview of a replacement for the charming Copen features a 660cc engine and CVT paddle-shift transmission.
Tanto: Show debut for the car that went on sale last month and features resin body panels.
XMZ Kopen: A beefed up version of the Kopen RMZ with body cladding.
MC-β: This micro-commuter car is a rival for the Toyota i-Road.
N Box facelift: Japan’s best-selling Kei-class model gets a facelift two years after it was launched.
NSX CONCEPT: Another airing for the sports car everyone is waiting for – it goes on sale in 2015.
N-WGN: Boxy but distinctive, this is the fourth model in Honda’s N range.
Odyssey: This is the fifth generation for the Odyssey, built in Japan and China; it now has sliding doors.
S660 CONCEPT: Honda’s heritage is linked to small sports cars and this is no exception; a mid-engined rival to the Daihatsu Kopen.
UNI-CUB: Personal mobility gets smaller and lighter with this latest take on Honda’s UNI-CUB.
URBAN SUV CONCEPT: This is Honda’s answer to the Nissan Juke, Peugeot 2008 and Renault Captur. It is due on sale in 2015.
mu-X: Motorshow debut for this SUV which is built in Thailand.
LF-NX: This SUV concept points to a potential rival for the Range Rover Evoque. At Frankfurt it had a hybrid powertrain, here it has a new 2.0-litre engine.
RC 300 h: How to win over younger buyers: give them a stylish coupé. The RC takes some styling cues from the LC concept seen at the Detroit show in 2012. V6 and hybrid versions are shown here.
RC 350: How to win over younger buyers: give them a stylish coupé. The RC takes some styling cues from the LC concept seen at the Detroit show in 2012. V6 and hybrid versions are shown here.
Atenza ASV-5: The Mazda6 advanced safety vehicle is a showcase for the latest safety technology. Features include a communications link with trams and buses.
Axela Hybrid: 2.0-litre petrol engine, standard CVT, saloon only.
Mazda3 SKYACTIV-CNG Concept: The growing demand for CNG power has led Mazda to develop this SKYACTIV dual-fuel version of the Mazda3 running on petrol and compressed natural gas.
New MINI: Simultaneous show debut for third generation MINI at Tokyo and Los Angeles motor shows.
Concept AR: ‘Active runabout’ concept points to a possible MPV – a segment Mitsubishi left when the Grandis ceased in 2011.
Concept GC-PHEV: Grand Cruiser plug-in hybrid concept is said to be a preview of the next generation Shogun (Pajero). It uses a 3.0-litre V6 engine, electric motor and an eight-speed automatic gearbox.
Concept XR-PHEV: This potential rival to the Ford EcoSport is another plug-in hybrid that could preview a possible ASX replacement.
eK Space: Kei-class vehicle built under the joint venture with Nissan.
BladeGlider: An all-electric sports car inspired by the DeltaWing Le Mans challenger. Rumour has it that this is being tipped for production.
DAYZ ROOX: DAYZ ROOX is described by Nissan as ‘a new super-height wagon model featuring dynamic exterior styling and a spacious-feeling, premium interior design.’
eNV200: All-electric version of Nissan’s light van.
GT-R NISMO: The ultimate GT-R from Nissan’s motorsport arm NISMO.
LEAF Aero Style: Described as a special concept ‘adding style and sporty shape’ to the 100 per cent electric vehicle.
Qashqai/Dualis: Show debut for the new generation Qashqai unveiled earlier this month.
Panamera Turbo S: Facelift for the range-topping Panamera includes a new front bumper with larger air intakes and redesigned LED headlamps.
BRZ tS by STI: The hot tS version of the BRZ with STI styling kit.
BRZ tS GT Package by STI: Another STI styling take on the BRZ is aimed at track day enthusiasts and includes a carbon spoiler.
Cross Sport Design: A concept for a compact SUV, the Cross Sport is 4.3m long and has ‘abundant luggage space’, says Subaru.
Crossover 7 concept: As the name suggests, this is a seven-seat crossover concept. It features four-wheel drive and is powered by a 2.5-litre ‘boxer’ engine linked to a CVT gearbox.
Levorg tourer: A Sports Tourer concept based on the Legacy – the name also combines Revolution and Touring – which is scheduled for 2014 production but is likely to remain a Japan-only product.
Crosshiker: A compact crossover concept powered by a new three-cylinder 1.0-litre engine, the Crosshiker is described as an alternative to the G70 (or Regina concept as it was called in Japan) from two years ago.
ETD4 concept: This is described as a four-wheeled ‘electro senior vehicle’ with a shopping basket.
HUSTLER: A tall crossover concept aimed at the minicar segment described by Suzuki as having plenty of room.
HUSTLER Coupe: A coupé version of the crossover changes the roofline and is also aimed at the minicar segment.
X-LANDER: This four-wheel drive concept uses the Jimny underpinnings and is powered by a 1.3-litre engine linked to an electric motor.
FCV Concept: Although called a concept, this is said to be close to the production version of the fuel cell vehicle Toyota plans to launch in 2015. It has a 300-mile range and refuelling takes three minutes.
FV2: What, no steering wheel? The FV2 ‘personal mobility’ concept is described by Toyota as ‘demonstarting driving fun’. The single seater is guided by the occupant shifting their body weight.
JPN Taxi Concept: The clue is in the name: Toyota’s vision of the next generation of taxis for Japan. This one seats five and is powered by an LPG hybrid system.
Noah: An updated version of the seven-seat compact MPV due to go into production in 2014.
TUM CREATE EVA: TUM CREATE is a joint electromobility project between Technische Universität München (TUM) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU). A key highlight is the car’s super-fast charging ability. It is claimed Engineers have developed a battery pack that can be recharged in 15 minutes to achieve a realistic range of 200 km, even with the air con switched on.