2020 Toyota Mirai concept revealed for Tokyo motor show
Toyota has handed down a first look at its next-generation 2020 Mirai hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicle (FCEV), ahead of this month's Tokyo motor show.
Continuing Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda's mandate for a more emotionally-inspired design theme across the brand's model lines, the new concept boasts a look that is sportier and more imposing in its proportions than the quirky futuristic look of the current Mirai.
Mitsubishi MI-Tech, Super Height K-Wagon concepts teased
Mitsubishi will display two concept cars at the 2019 Tokyo motor show, and it has just teased details about both.
From the preview render, the MI-Tech seems to be a small, possibly kei class, topless SUV which can operate without doors.
The MI-Tech is powered by plug-in hybrid powertrain featuring an electric motor for each wheel and a gas turbine engine acting as a generator to recharge the car's battery pack.
Mazda will reveal its first pure-electric vehicle at the upcoming Tokyo motor show, according to a new report.
UPDATE: September 25, 2019: Mazda has at 8:00pm confirmed it will release its first-ever electric vehicle at the Tokyo motor show.
The company says the car will be a "completely new model", and it'll be "developed in accordance with Mazda's human-centric philosophy" and make "full use of the benefits of electric drive technology".
Nick Rogers, head of engineering at Land Rover, says the brand is obsessed with improving its reliability, perceived or otherwise. And while it's not where it wants to be today, the company is "pushing like nothing on earth".
Speaking to Australian media at the Frankfurt motor show, Rogers admitted Land Rover is going through rapid internal changes to improve the reliability of its electronics.
We weren’t quite clear on whether the slinky Mercedes-Benz EQS electric limo concept revealed in Frankfurt this week both previewed the 2021 S-Class as well as a standalone EV flagship model, or merely the latter.