Tokyo Motor Show
Press days are underway at the 45th Tokyo Motor Show. This is what we’re seeing so far. Lexus premiered the "LS+ Concept". Their "Highway Teammate" allows automated driving from the time you enter a highway to the exit ramp. They expect it to be on the road in 2020.
Toyota is revealing the Fine-Comfort Ride concept. The fuel cell vehicle runs on electric power using hydrogen as an energy source. Toyota says the range is 621 miles, and refueling takes about three minutes.
We’re also seeing the latest additions to the "TOYOTA Concept-i" series. Along with the model revealed in January, they’re adding the smaller two seater Concept-i RIDE. There’s also a scooter type called Concept-i WALK. They all use artificial intelligence to work with the driver.
After weeks of teasing, we’re finally seeing the MITSUBISHI e-EVOLUTION CONCEPT. The all-electric concept includes an onboard Artificial Intelligence Personal Assistant. Three motors propel the 4WD system, one up front and two in the rear.
We’ll have updates throughout the day, so stay connected to motorweek.org