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Suzuki Teases Wild Waku Spo Concept For Tokyo Motor Show Debut
The autonomous Hanare concept is a living room on wheels. Suzuki teases a slate of concepts premiering at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show, including the retro-modern Waku Spo and ultra-boxy Hanare. Details are still scant about all of them, but the images suggest cool vehicles in tiny packages from the Japanese automaker. The event opens on October 23, so look for more details about these machines at that time.
Another 15-second teaser clip, the third so far, stars uncompromisingly simple" form we're told to expect "a unique door concept, opening your mind." Another couplet in the press release poetry promises a "friendly expression" up front for a new segment entry embodying "futuristic values and changing lifestyles." Well then.coming in the role of coquette. This time we get a glimpse of the body shape, and coming as a shock to no one since Mazda practically admitted it, we'll be seeing a coupe on the floor. Mazda says there'll be a few surprises therein, though. The overall line and detailing embody "an expansion of our renowned Kodo design philosophy" at the same time as the "explores new directions in design." And within the "
Mitsubishi Debuts Mi-Tech Turbine-Powered, Open-Roof Concept In Tokyo
There's also the Super Height K-Wagon Concept that imagines a space-efficient, tiny van. Mitsubishi arrives at this year's Tokyo Motor Show with the exciting looking Mi-Tech crossover concept and wonderfully named Super Height K-Wagon Concept van. For now, there are only teaser images for the pair, but the full debut is just a few weeks away at the Japanese automotive event.The Mitsubishi Mi-Tech Concept can look like a sporty roadster at first glance, but it's actually a tiny, open-roof crossover.
This will be Mazda's fourth electric vehicle, but the first meant for mass production. The company built a small batch of thein 2012 for the Japanese market, them to government and corporate customers. The following year the automaker built a with a 330-cc rotary-powered range-extender engine. After that came the e-TPV prototype that the company's used to prove out the powertrain going into this month's show car.
The urban-focused electric runner should go on sale next year in markets like Japan, China and Europe, where dense city centers negate the need for sky-high range figures; the 35.5-kWh battery is likely to return a 150-mile range at most. As, the interior will deliver an airy sense of space thanks to open spaces between the driver's and passenger's seats. Zoom-Zoom will come with EV internals, too — and lauded it for being "well-planted," "original to drive" and "more like a car in the traditional sense of the word."
originally appeared on on Fri, 18 Oct 2019
Mazda CX-30 crossover will have its U.S. debut at L.A. Auto Show .
Engine choice likely limited to 2.5-liter four-cylinder in the U.S. post.metadata.leadImageDesc After debuting at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year, the Mazda CX-30 is ready to relocate to the U.S., and is now preparing to meet its future compatriots at the LA Auto Show. The small crossover — whose name is a workaround due to the Chinese-market CX-4 crossover — is five inches longer than the new Mazda3 hatchback and five inches shorter than the CX-5 crossover.