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Fuel Cell Vehicle set for global debut in Octobers' Motor Show.

Tokyo Motor Show 2015 : Honda & Mazda set for Global Debuts

By Grace Cunningham on 3rd October 2015

The Tokyo Motor Show is one of the coveted and most highly anticipated motor shows in the calendar and Honda and Mazda have revealed what they will be bringing the party with some interesting concepts set to be the talk of the event.

Honda have revealed a wide range of concepts, production cars and motorcycles to unveil at this years’ event. With the largest floor area of any single brand at the show, Honda will highlight it’s line-up diversity and innovative mobility solutions with the portfolio united by it’s brand slogan – The Power of Dreams.  Highlights are expected to be the all-new fuel cell chicle, provisionally named the FCV, the all-new NSX hybrid supercar and a display of their international race series entrants.

“The Tokyo Motor Show is the Honda brand’s home turf and we can expect to see some fantastic products on the biggest stand in the show.  Honda is unique in that we manufacture everything from a 25cc leaf blower to a $4.5m business jet and it is this depth and breadth of our offering that makes us stand out…We’ve had a fantastic year for new products and innovation and look forward to the next wave arriving into the UK, including the new FCV and all-new NSX.” – Philip Crossman, Managing Director at Honda UK.

Whilst Mazda are also set to unveil their new sports car concept, embracing a modern look but embodying the lineage of Mazda.  “Accelerate toward our dreams’ is their theme and will aim to highlight their unique approach to the enjoyment of driving. Also set to be on display with Mazda is an interesting motor-sport exhibition hosting two racing-spec Mazda MX-5s and  the fabled 1967 Mazda Cosmo Sport 110S – the company’s first rotary powered mass-production model- embracing Mazda’s engineering legacy.

Also alongside will be the KOERU – the crossover SUV concept that got everyone talking at Frankfurt International, and another  14 models featuring SKYACTIV Technology and KODO – Soul of Motion designs.

Mazda’s appearance’s don’t halt there, they will also feature at the Smart Mobility City, showcasing their innovative safety technologies and highlighting their Proactive Safety philosophy, aiming to educate drivers to potential hazards and to exercise good judgment to give peace mind to drivers and others on the road.

The Tokyo Motor Show runs from October 30th- November 8th with more details available to view on their website.