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Round-up of the electric vehicles unveiled at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show [Galleries]

377046_Nissan Gripz-5‘Press day’ is over at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show and now car enthusiasts can visit the floor of the “Tokyo Big Sight” to see what automakers have to offer. We rounded up galleries of official press photos of the main electric vehicles unveiled at the event:

The Teatro from Nissan

Nissan to unveil Teatro EV concept at Tokyo Motor Show [image gallery]

The eX from Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi debuts its 250 miles all-electric crossover eX concept [picture gallery]

The IDS concept from Nissan

Nissan unveils the IDS concept; its vision of EVs and self-driving going forward [pictures and videos]

The Vision Tokyo from Mercedes

Mercedes unveils a crazy new minivan concept with a hybrid battery-fuel cell drivetrain [pictures-video]

The Gripz from Nissan

Nissan introduces the Gripz concept, a sport crossover powered by “Pure Drive” hybrid drivetrain

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  1. Dafty Punk - 7 years ago

    Well, besides the powertrain being electric what makes these cars any different from the hundreds of never produced ICE concept cars of the past?
    I’ll be amazed if even one of these actually goes into production ever.

    • Fred Lambert - 7 years ago

      I agree. The odds are low for most of these concepts to make it to a commercial products, but still… they do serve a purpose. Automakers generally use concepts to show where things are going in term of design and functionalities. Particularly Nissan here, I think, is clearly showing a commitment to electric powertrains. They deserve some recognition here. These concept also reaffirms the autonomous trend. Anyway, I’m rambling now, but I think these concepts do serve a purpose…


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