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The Tokyo Motor Show is where we can see the latest and greatest cars and concepts from the Asian automakers. Expect to see new concepts from Mazda, Toyota and Honda. For example, Mazda will be showcasing a concept car that previews a new sports car and their CX-9 large crossover. Toyota is expected to show off something that teases an upcoming sports car, in addition to a closer look at the Prius, while Honda has a slew of new mobility concepts to share. Of course, we’ll have the latest information on production vehicles including the new Honda fuel-cell vehicle and a hybrid Odyssey. Check it all out right here.
Read more about the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show Coverage at AutoGuide.com.
 

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Pretty sure the show starts on October 30th, maybe a day or two before that for the press. So we should get news of what's going on there any time now.
 

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Digressing slightly but staying with Infiniti's parent company Nissan see this amazing IDS concept car on YouTube:




Sit back and enjoy the ride!
 

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It's just crazy how everything adjusts and moves away and then comes back when you're ready to drive, might make it harder to steal these, unless someone is sophisted enough to hack into the system and activate what controls all of this.
 

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Its very cool. I enjoyed watching the video explaining the whole thing. How far into the future do you think such a vehicle is? i'd say that car is still a good 20 years from now. But I can'totally see how the automobile is going that direction.
 

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I'm actually amazed that they had a concept model with a moving interior! Though that everything would be CGI only.
I'm not one bit surprised, that sort of thing has been possible for a while now, just not the right timing to bring it to market. Timing is EVERYTHING.
 
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