The company will introduce five different concepts including an autonomous cottage.
The Nissan IMk Concept features the Japanese carmaker’s most advanced autonomous systems.
The new supermini retains the center-tank layout and clever rear-seat arrangement, and packs a new, two-motor hybrid system.
The nee Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ could get a more powerful 2.4-liter flat-four, but it’s unknown whether it’ll use forced induction or not.
Mazda’s first EV will be a completely new model and not a zero-emission version of an existing product.
The second-generation Levorg will be presented in pre-production form five years after the original model’s launch.
The new Toyobaru twins will reportedly launch in the market in 2021.
Set to premiere on October 23, Mitsubishi’s as yet unnamed concept will have e-AWD and be suitable for all terrains.
The electric vehicle will be available for test drives disguised as a Mazda CX-30, but will have a new EV platform underneath.
A report from Japan claims the new crossover will be unveiled on home soil at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show.
A new CT could also be in the works for 2021.
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