Tokyo Motor Show 2019

Mitsubishi Mi-Tech is the turbine-PHEV we never knew we wanted

Mitsubishi Mi-Tech is the turbine-PHEV we never knew we wanted

The Tokyo Motor Show 2019 is no stranger to electric cars, but the Mitsubishi Mi-Tech Concept manages to stand out all the same. A plug-in hybrid buggy, its pared-back bodywork and chunky styling are a solid reminder both that electrified cars can be ridiculously good fun and, yes, that Mitsubishi is still making vehicles.

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Nissan’s Ariya crossover EV is concept blasphemy – and all the better for it

Nissan’s Ariya crossover EV is concept blasphemy – and all the better for it

At first glance at the Ariya Concept, you'd be forgiven for assuming Nissan didn't get the motor show memo. Concept cars are typically vast, glimmering slabs of unfeasible excess, draping whiz-bang features around a few core production-minded nuggets, if any. The all-electric Nissan Ariya Concept doesn't do that.

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Lexus LF-30 Electrified Concept teases EV intent behind gullwings and glitz

Lexus LF-30 Electrified Concept teases EV intent behind gullwings and glitz

Lexus may have been early to the hybrid game, but full electrification has lagged behind, something the new Lexus LF-30 Electrified Concept aims to address. Unveiled this week at the Tokyo Motor Show 2019, the striking concept with its gullwing doors may look like fanciful auto-show fare, but it teases an intriguingly different approach to EVs.

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