Concepts offer a styling extravaganza

Treece, James B.
October 1999
Automotive News;10/18/1999, Vol. 74 Issue 5843, p42
Trade Publication
Describes concept cars and other automobiles to be exhibited at the Tokyo Motor Show in Japan in October 1999. Includes the Daihatsu Storia 2CD; Isuzu Kai sport-utility vehicle; Mazda RX-Evolv; Honda FCX as powered by a fuel cell; Mitsubishi SUW Active wagon; Toyota HV-M4 hybrid four-wheel-drive vehicle. INSET: What to watch for.


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