The 40th Tokyo Motor Show presents Nissan’s Pivo 2, which concept offers 360-degree visibility, with a rotating cabin module.
Suzuki is showing one of the most outlandish concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show. The PIXY+SSC is actually two vehicles that function together or apart. The one-person electric PIXY docks with the Suzuki Sharing Coach to form a flexible commuting system.
Not every car in the show¬† was designed for pure performance. For instance Toyota showed the Hi-CT concept, an urban truck with some distant similarity to the Scion xB.
Honda’s Puyo concept will serve as a test platform for new technologies like hydrogen fuel cells.
The Taiki concept car from Mazda may be the most audacious design study on display.
The rear view of the Taiki is unique. But the Toyota RiN and Nissan Pivo 2 are outrageously futuristic. They‚Äôre concepts inspired by pure imagination rather than current hot-button socio-economic topics like overcrowding and energy consumption.