10 Best Cars at Tokyo – 2011 Tokyo Auto Show

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Car manufacturers are developing vehicles which are eco-friendly and entertaining. Tokyo Auto Show has the reputation of providing amazing cars. As the technology improves, they keep improving their vehicles. They provide cars which are of quality. Through Tokyo, people have learned that the next generation cars don’t have to be dull. The top 10 cars Tokyo have produced prove it.

BMW Active5 Hybrid


As the company is lining up to expand its hybrid, it has produced a BMW hybrid. The car has a combination of electric motor generator and two turbocharged 6-cylinder of the gasoline engine. The car can rely on short burst power also. The hybrid has a number of features which are eco-friendly. Using the electric mode it can go a maximum speed of 37mph. it power output depends on satellite navigation inputs and road conditions.

Subaru BRZ Super GT


The Subaru BRZ Super GT will take time be available in local Subaru dealers. Next year the car will only be at Japan’s Super GT 300 race ser. The car has large wheel and tires, rear-wheel-drive sports coupe, festooned with a carbon-fiber and chunky side sills. Has a boast of 300-bhp for 4 cylinders of 2 liters gas to power the engine. This means it has almost 100bhp than normal vehicles, though it can handle more.

Mitsubishi PX-MiEV II Concept


The Mitsubishi PX-MiEV II Concept has a lot of technology and has a fantastic exterior design which makes it more of Outlander hybrid. It can drive on electricity for a distance of up to 30 miles. It has 4 cylinders of 2 liters of gas which power the engine. The cylinders also act as a generator to power the lithium-ion battery.

Mazda Takeri Concept


The Mazda Takeri Concept uses the Kodo design philosophy of the company which refers to “Soul of Motion.” Which means an improved the front fascia car. This car has an attractive body which outshines the 2013 Mazda6 sedan design. It uses capacitors which charge and discharge at a higher rate compared to a conventional battery. With the technology used in this car 10%, fuel cost is cut.

Honda EV-STER Concept


When you see the small wedged-shaped Honda, your mind goes straight to the legendary Honda beat. It has a rear wheel made of carbon fiber which makes reduce the curb weight. The rear wheel gives the EV-STER a driving range of up to 100 miles. In 5 second the car can accelerate from 0 to 37mph. the car has a maximum speed of 10mph.

Nissan Pivo 3


The current iteration of the Nissan Pivo concepts seems absolutely normal compared to the earlier generations. The car has tiny dimensions. All wheel hubs are mounted with electric motors. It has Pivo 3’s 4-wheel steering control unit. The unit can provide turning point of up to 3 feet which can enable unmatched parking maneuvers.

Mitsubishi Mirage


The Mirage doesn’t have high-tech powertrain and over-the-top design which many cars made in Tokyo have. The car will play a big role in the emerging of automotive Mitsubishi markets. It has a budget which is friendly to many people. It has CVT transmission and 3 cylinders of 1 liter of gas to power the engine.

Suzuki Q Concept


Courtesy of Q concepts Suzuki is among the strangest car on offer in Tokyo. The car is powered using electricity. By looking at it, one may confuse it with Martian’s commuter car. The Suzuki Q car is easy to park compared to large vehicles. Has improved weather protection when you compare it with a motorcycle.

Toyota 86/Subaru BRZ


It one of the rear-wheel-drive performance cars developed in tandem. The main difference these cars have is the styling details. It has flat 4-engine which provide 192 bhp. The Toyota 86/Subaru BRZ comes with a transmission of 5-speed which is either manual or automatic. The Subaru has already given people hint that they are bringing awesome vehicles.

Honda AC-X Concept


This car has got specific things for everyone. The car uses both a lithium-ion battery and electric motor to power it. Depending on electricity alone it can travel up to 31 miles. Its gasoline engine can increase its speed from 0 to 62mph at once. Rather than use of steering, it uses two joystick controls. You can switch the car into an auto drive mode giving the care the responsibility to take over.

The 2011 Tokyo Auto Show set the pace for future automobile design and innovation that will continue to influence the automobile industry for a long time into the future. You will be sure to see more vehicles sold in car dealerships with features like eco-friendly technology, fuel efficiency, electric cars, self-driving etc.