Japan Mobility Show 2023: Electrification Technologies (2)

Battery cells and packs, FCVs, hydrogen engines



  The Japan Mobility Show 2023, organized by the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA), was held at the Tokyo Big Sight convention and exhibition center (press days from October 25, open to the general public from October 28 to November 5, 2023).

  This year's show was the first in four years since the last Tokyo Motor Show, and notably the name was changed from Tokyo “Motor” Show to Japan “Mobility” Show, and the number of participating companies increased to nearly 500. There was a decline in the number of technology and component-related exhibits, but a large number of parts suppliers exhibited in the parts and machinery area (West Exhibition Hall).

  This report introduces the contents of exhibits including battery cells and packs, removable portable batteries, FCV (fuel cell vehicle) components, vehicles with fuel cell modules, and hydrogen engine-related products displayed in each area of the Japan Mobility Show 2023, including passenger cars, commercial vehicles, components, machinery and equipment, next-generation mobility-related products, and the Tokyo Future Tour.

Venue (Gogoro) Venue (Lexus)
Japan Mobility Show 2023 venue (Gogoro/MIH Consortium booth) Japan Mobility Show 2023 venue (Lexus technical exhibit)


Related reports:
Japan Mobility Show 2023: Electrification Technologies (1) (Nov. 2023)
Japan Mobility Show 2023: Commercial Vehicles (Nov. 2023)
Automotive World Autumn 2023: Electrification-related Technologies (Oct. 2023)
TECHNO-FRONTIER 2023: BYD SEAL and other BEV tear-down exhibitions (Aug. 2023)
JSAE 2023 in Yokohama: Fuel Cells, Hydrogen Parts (Aug. 2023)
JSAE 2023 in Yokohama: Battery Technologies (Jul. 2023)
Technologies and products of 6 Chinese battery manufacturers (Jun. 2023)

JAPAN MOBILITY SHOW 2023: Archives of past exhibits reports
Tokyo Motor Show 2019: Archives of past exhibits reports

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