Toyota drops Concept-i trio ahead of Tokyo motor show
Toyota has unveiled a trio of artificial intelligence-focused concepts ahead of the Tokyo motor show next week.
Both the Concept-i and Concept-i Ride are designed to preview how artificial intelligence (AI) could make life easier for owners in the future, suggesting the car and driver could eventually become “partners”, while the Concept-i Walk is something entirely different.
The Concept-i is the larger of the two cars, with room for four passengers in a dazzling white cabin.
Jaguar D-Type to become Australia's most expensive car at Motorclassica Auction
The highest-valued car to ever be auctioned in Australia will go under the hammer this weekend at Motorclassica in Melbourne.
The 1955 Jaguar D-Type will be auctioned by Mossgreen and is expected to be sold with a price-tag of between $7-8 million.
Chassis number XKD510 is the only genuine D-Type in the country, and has a long history of traveling the world with numerous owners.
The next-generation Toyota Century has been unveiled ahead of its in-the-flesh debut at the 2017 Tokyo motor show.
The new model is powered by a hybrid drivetrain with a direct injection 5.0-litre V8 at its core, and a nickel-metal hydride battery powering the electric motor.
With the car not due to go on sale in Japan until mid-2018, Toyota has yet to release power, performance or fuel economy figures for the vehicle.
Suzuki e-Survivor, xBee concepts revealed for Tokyo motor show
Suzuki has revealed a handful of funky concepts ahead of next month's Tokyo motor show, focusing on the company's theme of making fun and unique small cars.
Headlining the charge are three versions of the same vehicle, which is named the xBee (pronounced cross-bee, below).
The standard xBee is pitched as a tiny crossover wagon that sits in its own new segment, fusing the qualities of a station wagon with an SUV.
Subaru WRX concept bound for Tokyo, alongside BRZ STI Sport
Subaru looks set to preview the next-generation WRX hero car at the Tokyo motor show in late October, in the form of another concept car from its VIZIV series.
The as-yet unrevealed Subaru VIZIV Performance Concept is billed as "a sports sedan that embodies the brand’s vision for the future of making cars".
Subaru also suggests it'll feature driver-assist tech that'll advance its current EyeSight suite.