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Friday, 21 October 2011

Concept Cars. Part I


Concept Cars. Part I
The Toyota RSC concept car on display at the Sydney International Motor Show on October 17, 2002 in Sydney, Australia. 



A model introduces the concept car from South Korean car manufacturer KIA, the KCV-II, a cross vehicle combining pick-up practicality and coupe-like driving, at the Seoul Motor Show on November 20, 2002 in Seoul, South Korea. 


Suzuki's concept car S-Ride is seen during the 37th Tokyo Motor Show at Makuhari Messe, east of Tokyo October 22, 2003 in Tokyo, Japan.



Suzuki's concept car “Mobile Terrace” is seen during the 37th Tokyo Motor Show at Makuhari Messe, east of Tokyo October 22, 2003 in Tokyo, Japan.


Mitsubishi Motors President and CEO Rold Eckrodt smiles as he poses by the “SE-RO” concept car during the 37th Tokyo Motor Show at Makuhari Messe, east of Tokyo October 22, 2003 in Tokyo, Japan. 


South Korea's popular racing queen Choi Hea Young smiles as she poses next to Hyundai Motor Company's NEOS-II concept crossover utility vehicle at its world premiere at the Tokyo Motor Show in Makuhari, East of Tokyo October 23, 2003 in Tokyo, Japan. 



DaimlerChrysler Corp displays the company's concept car Mercedez-Benz SLR McLaren at the Tokyo Motor Show in Makuhari, East of Tokyo October 23, 2003 in Tokyo, Japan.


Subaru concept car The Subaru B9 Scrambler is displayed at the Tokyo Motor Show 2003 in Makuhari, East of Tokyo October 23, 2003 in Tokyo, Japan. 




Toyota Motor unveils a concept car the “PM”, is on display at a press preview for the Tokyo Motor Show in Makuhari, east of Tokyo October 23, 2003. PM is a single seater personal vehicle whose cabin posture changes from upright to reclined as speed increases. 


Toyota Motor Corporation presents the Concept Coupe Crossover (ccX) vehicle, a multi-purpose concept auto, at the New York Auto Show, March 26, 2002.


Ford Motor Company vice president of design J Mays introduces the Ford Bronco concept vehicle at the North American International Auto Show January 4, 2004 in Detroit, Michigan. 



Honda Motor Co. Ltd. unveil their announced car “Elysion” during at a press conference, on May 13, 2004 in Tokyo, Japan. 



A woman demonstrates Toyota Motor Corporation's concept vehicle “Welcab Concept” which is a self-operated vehicle for the disabled during the 38th Tokyo Motor Show 2004 on November 2, 2004 in Makuhari, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. 


Takaya Yamada, the president of Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd stands next to Daihatsu's concept car “New Hijet Cargo Hybrid” during the 38th Tokyo Motor Show 2004 on November 2, 2004 in Makuhari, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. 






Toyota's concept vehicle “HIACE Sound Satellite”, a customized version of the HIACE that offers multifunctional mobile studio is on display during the 38th Tokyo Motor Show 2004 on November 2, 2004 in Makuhari, Chiba Prefecture, Japan.











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