Ride in Fine Comfort: Toyota Fuel-Cell Concept Has 600-Plus Miles of Range

  The luxury sedan of the future will be hydrogen powered and look something like a fish—at least according to Toyota. The company’s latest concept car for the Tokyo auto show is called the Fine-Comfort Ride and is meant to preview a premium sedan that is at once environmentally friendly and spacious, with plush seating…

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Mo’ Leaf: Nissan Reveals More Details about the Leaf NISMO Concept

  Nissan has revealed more details about the Leaf NISMO concept that it will formally unveil this month at the Tokyo auto show. The hot-looking electric hatch previews a sportier Leaf variant that, rumors say, will reach production before the end of the decade. Notably, the  features a host of handsome exterior…

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Honda Sports EV Concept: Retro-Electric Futurism

Visually reaching back to Honda’s roots, powering its electric future. Honda’s recent production cars are among the more adventurously styled in their respective classes—we’re looking at you, Civic—so it is curious that the automaker is going retro for its advanced concept cars. Case in point: the oh-so-adorable Urban EV concept from this…

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Yamaha Cross Hub Concept: A Useful (and Cute) Trucklet for Hauling Bikes

Yamaha is best known for two-wheeled creations, but it has also been known to create four-wheeled car concepts here and there, like the intriguing Sports Ride shown at the Tokyo auto show in 2015. This year, Yamaha has created a funky concept vehicle that serves to complement its bike offerings. It’s called the Cross…

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