Tokyo Auto Salon
Daimler, parent company of Mercedes-Benz and Smart, also owns the Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation—which it used last week to preview major shifts coming to its Daimler Trucks business. It all took place at the reveal of E-Fuso, a new sub-brand of Daimler's Fuso operation that will focus on electrified and electric trucks and buses. In announcing the E-Fuso brand at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show, the company also revealed its first concept truck: the E-Fuso Vision One, an all-electric heavy-duty truck. DON'T MISS: Daimler to build large electric semi truck; Urban e-Truck results...
Nissan IMx Concept electric SUV debuts at Tokyo Motor Show
The long-awaited all-electric crossover utility concept from Nissan finally made its public debut Wednesday morning on the first press day at the Tokyo auto show. Dubbed the Nissan IMx, the compact crossover concept includes both fully autonomous driving and an electric range given as more than 370...John Voelcker
Take One Toyota Prius, Make Less Aerodynamic, Sleep In It
Japan produces a huge number of incredibly talented cars. You'll be well used to many of them on Green Car Reports, as cars like Toyota's Prius and Nissan's Leaf are regulars on these pages. The country also has a good line in the incredibly bizarre. You know the kind - cars that could originate...Antony Ingram