The Tokyo Motor Show is now open to the public and continues until December 11. Like all other auto shows, car makers are using the Tokyo Motor Show to unveil their latest concepts. The cars included below are cool. The Suzuki Regina, pictured to the right, however, is not cool. Maybe it’s the color. Maybe it’s the wheels. Maybe it’s because the car is just plain ugly. Save your eyes and keep reading the Mojo Motors Blog cool used cars of the future from the Tokyo Motor Show. We promise they are way better than the Regina.
Volkswagen Cross Coupe Concept
Volkswagen is touting this four-seater as a “cross between a four-door coupe and compact SUV.” It also shows where the future design of all Volkswagen vehicles could be headed.
Toyota GRMN Sports Hybrid Concept
It might be a hybrid but this Toyota roadster has AWD, nearly 300 HP and can hit 60 MPH in 5 seconds.
Nissan Juke NISMO Concept
Unlike the Juke-R, the Juke NISMO tuned by the Nissan motorsport division appears to be a more realistic approach to a performance based compact. Rumors have it the Juke Nismo could be available as soon as next year.
With the current Mazda6 slated to be replaced in 2013, the Takeri-concept could be its successor. And with its luxury-car looks, it certainly should be.
BMW i8 Concept
BMW calls the i8 “the most progressive sports car.” Seems a bit ostentatious of them to call a car progressive, but then again, the i8 has zero local emissions, a 3 cylinder plug-in hybrid engine with two electric motors and can do 0-60 MPH in under 5 seconds. Not bad.
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