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Subaru Viziv Performance concept
Jim Holder: Okay, so officially it’s not previewing the next WRX, but in reality we all know it is. And, yes, the looks owe an awful lot to what’s gone before, but who’s to knock flared wheel arches and a bonnet scoop? Subaru’s WRX icon may have become a millstone round its neck in some regards, but with looks this good the next one might just be a corker.

Tokyo motor show 2017 – our star cars

The cars have been revealed, the news has been reported, but which Tokyo motor show cars tickled Autocar staffers' fancy?

27 October 2017
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Subaru Viziv Performance
Subaru Viziv Performance concept details next-gen' WRX

2017 Tokyo motor show - full report and gallery

The Japanese car industry highlighted how it is preparing for the future at this year's Tokto show. Check out our report and all the highlights

25 October 2017
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Tokyo motor show
Toyota CH-R
The C-HR isn't available with a diesel engine

No new Toyota diesels, says boss

Diesels set to be phased out after sales success of petrol and hybrid only C-HR crossover, and weakening consumer demand

25 October 2017
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Tokyo motor show
Toyota TJ Cruiser concept hints at potential new rugged lifestyle SUV

Toyota TJ Cruiser concept hints at potential new rugged lifestyle SUV

The chances of the Toyota TJ Cruiser making production hinge on public reaction

25 October 2017
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Tokyo motor show
Honda S2000
This is how Autocar imagined a new Honda S2000 could look in 2015

Honda could launch successor to S2000 sports car

Company boss says that, while there are no current plans, it could reintroduce model in time if there is demand

25 October 2017
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Tokyo motor show
Mazda rotary
The last Mazda to feature a rotary engine was the RX-8, which went out of production in 2008

Mazda to bring back rotary engine as range-extending hybrid

The Japanese firm believes quiet rotary tech makes it ideally suited for use in electrified powertrain

25 October 2017
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Tokyo motor show
Nissan Formula E

Nissan to enter Formula E from 2018/19 season

Leaf maker will be first Japanese manufacturer in all-electric series; set to take over partner Renault's entry

25 October 2017
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Tokyo motor show
Yamaha reveals Cross Hub Concept at Tokyo

Yamaha Cross Hub Concept revealed at Tokyo motor show

This is the first car concept launched by Yamaha in recent years that has no clear link to McLaren F1 designer Gordon Murray

25 October 2017
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Tokyo motor show

Honda Urban EV confirmed for 2019 with 'very few changes'

Honda's first EV for the European market is a retro-styled city car that's shorter than the Honda Jazz supermini

25 October 2017
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Tokyo motor show
Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride shows how a zero-emissions luxury car of the future could look

Toyota's S-Class rival showcases next-gen hydrogen technology

Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride's fuel stack should deliver 50% efficiency gains and cost savings, says R&D boss

25 October 2017
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