Tokyo Motor Show 2017: Exhibits from Nissan, Honda, and Mitsubishi
Nissan IMx EV with fully autonomous operation, Honda's three EV concept models
|Nissan IMx unveiled
This report provides an overview of the Nissan, Honda and Mitsubishi exhibitions at the 45th Tokyo Motor Show 2017.
Nissan unveiled the Nissan IMx, an all-electric crossover concept vehicle offering fully autonomous operation that embodies the future of "Nissan Intelligent Mobility." In addition, the automaker announced the two new Serena models; a NISMO sports model, and a new version equipped with Nissan's e-POWER technology that was first made available for the Nissan Note.
During Honda's press conference on opening day, the OEM introduced the exhibit's theme, as aiming to "serve people worldwide with the joy of expanding their life's potential." The exhibit featured Honda vehicles that fell into three areas: Global models, electrified models (HV and PHV), and concept models. The automaker also exhibited three EV concept models. Honda showcased the Honda Urban EV Concept as a new production vehicle. It also unveiled the Honda NeuV, which is equipped with AI and autonomous driving technology.
Mitsubishi celebrated the world debut of the "MITSUBISHI e-EVOLUTION CONCEPT" that embodies MMC's brand strategy under the new "Drive your Ambition" tagline. Also, Mitsubishi unveiled the new Eclipse Cross crossover SUV, which has coupe-inspired styling, for the first time.
Tokyo Motor Show 2017 Related reports:
Toyota unveils numerous concept vehicles (Nov. 2017)
Exhibitions from Bosch, Denso, Aisin, and Mitsubishi Electric (Nov. 2017)
EV systems and other electrification technologies (Dec. 2017)
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