Frankfurt Motor Show — Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Frankfurt Motor Show — Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Frankfurt Motor Show The Frankfurt Trade Fair during the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show with the Messeturm in the background The Frankfurt Motor Show or Frankfurt Auto Show . in German known as the Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung ( IAA — International Automobile Exhibition), is the world’s largest motor show. It is held biennially in Frankfurt am Main. Hesse. Germany. The show occupies 12 buildings. Contents History [ edit ] IAA history The International Motor Show IAA in Germany — Ignition Sparks and Milestones 1897 First IAA held at the Hotel Bristol in Berlin. 1897–1911 The IAA became a fixed event in Germany, with at least one held every year, usually in Berlin; ...

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Toyota CSS Hybrid : 2003 | Cartype

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Toyota CSS Hybrid : 2003 | Cartype

Toyota CSS Hybrid. 2003 The Frankfurt Motor Show was the venue for the world launch of the striking CSS (Compact Sports Specialty) sports concept car. This brand new Toyota concept focuses on three specific areas: — Perfect combination between the most recent hybrid technology and a fresh sports concept — Innovative package, bringing new solutions to the world of open top cars — Introduction of revolutionary IT technologies In essence the CSS is positioned somewhere between the current Celica and MR2 models. It’s a mid-engined 2+2 open sports car powered by a 1.5-litre petrol unit that drives the rear wheels, while the front wheels are powered by an electric motor. ...

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Toyota Takes Europe??y Design — Businessweek

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Toyota Takes Europe??y Design — Businessweek

Toyota Takes Europe??y Design July 09, 2006 Slide Show Tokuo Fukuichi, president of Toyota’s European design center, is looking nervous. Sitting in a plush meeting room in the Japanese carmaker’s flagship showroom on the Champs-Elys??es in Paris, the 55-year-old Fukuichi is about to outline his strategy for Toyota (TM) design in Europe??n the first comprehensive interview the company has given on the subject. He faces a tough challenge. Toyota may be the leader in its home market, with some 40% of all sales, but it’s relative small fry in Europe. Just 5.5% of cars sold in this market are Toyotas, compared with Volkswagen’s 19.2% and Renault’s 8.7%, according ...

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Japan’s Greatest (And Most Useless) Concept Cars Of The Future

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Japan’s Greatest (And Most Useless) Concept Cars Of The Future

Japan’s Greatest (And Most Useless) Concept Cars Of The Future In 1904, Torao Yamaha produced Japan’s first domestically manufactured vehicle, a bus. It was steam powered and probably could turn into a mech suit. Soon after, in 1907, Komanosuke Uchiyama made Japan’s first gasoline engine car, called the Tokuri. By 1911, Japan had its very own car company, which eventually became Nissan Motors (I’m guessing you’ve heard of it). Since then, Japan’s come a long way in the car making biz. Toyota has the most successful hybrid car on the market (seriously, like every other car I see nowadays is a Prius), Honda is well known for its good, reliable and smartly engineered cars, Nissan ...

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Feature: 2003 Tokyo Motor Show — Autos.ca

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Feature: 2003 Tokyo Motor Show — Autos.ca

September 1, 2003 Honda HSC. Photo: Grant Yoxon Hyundai NEOS-II. Photo: Hyundai Click images to enlarge by Grant Yoxon Tokyo – The biennial Tokyo Motor Show has been known to be a showcase for futuristic, but often not too realistic concepts. But at the 2003 show, which opened on Friday, manufacturers kept the unusual to a minimum and the focus on new model introductions and the technologies that will drive the vehicles of tomorrow. Of course, among the 84 world premieres, there were a few unusual items, like Suzuki’s Mobile Terrace, an airy bubble of a car mounted to GM’s Hy-Wire fuel cell platform. The Terrace is more like a green house with huge amounts of glass and a transparent ...

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automotive concept art magazine | Just another WordPress.com site

Rubric: Toyota CS&S | 9 Мар 2015 | no comments yet »
automotive concept art magazine | Just another WordPress.com site

Mazda Concept the Mazda Soug a is one of the concept vehicles whi ch was developed for the 2009 LA Auto Show Design Challenge. The 2009 competition brief called on designers to create a vehicle for the year 2030 which would appeal to ‘Generation Z’, a demographic which has grown up with all kinds of mobile gadgetry. The Souga concept would represent a completely new type of vehicle design, one which is created by the owner instead of a designer. By using software called VMazda potential owners can create and model their ideal car in 3D. Then once the design is completed the vehicle would be constructed at a Mazda ‘Direct Digital Manufacturing’ facility. The initial cost of the car ...

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Toyota concepts for the 2003 Tokyo Motor Show

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Toyota concepts for the 2003 Tokyo Motor Show

Oct 14, 2003 #150; Toyota is seeking at the Tokyo Motor Show to demonstrate how advanced technology to protect the environment no longer needs to compromise driving performance. Recognising that cars should still be fun to drive, it will be showing a series of new concept vehicles to address the demands of motorists both today and in the near future, combining advances in emissions-free power systems with improved vehicle dynamics. PM: The car that loves to socialise The PM (Personal Mobility) is a one-person vehicle that takes the personalisation of the motor car to new levels. The driver sits inside a pod-like cabin that is equipped with twin pistol grip controls for by-wire steering, braking ...

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Toyota Unveils Hybrid Roadster Concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show

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Toyota Unveils Hybrid Roadster Concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show

Toyota Unveils Hybrid Roadster Concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show The Frankfurt Motor Show will be the venue for the world premiere of the Toyota CSS (Compact Sports Specialty), a 2+2 open-top sports car which, in terms of size, falls between the current Celica and MR2 models. It will also be hosting the European show debut for new Prius; new Avensis engines and the revised RAV4 and Avensis Verso range. Introducing the Toyota CSS concept The Frankfurt Motor Show will be the venue for the world premiere of the Toyota CSS (Compact Sports Specialty), a 2+2 open-top sports car which, in terms of size, falls between the current Celica and MR2 models. The car is powered by Toyota’s advanced ...

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2003 Tokyo Motor Show — MSN Autos

Rubric: Toyota CS&S | 6 Фев 2015 | no comments yet »
2003 Tokyo Motor Show — MSN Autos

High-tech powertrains, roadsters and way-out designs. Mazda said its two-seat Ibuki concept is a possible design direction for the long-running Mazda MX-5 Miata. The Ibuki has a front-midship location for its four-cylinder engine and oval styling cues, as seen in the headlights. Roadsters were plentiful, too, appearing at the displays of Subaru. Nissan. Toyota. and Volkswagen. among others. As always, fanciful designs from Japan-based automakers pushed the envelope. Toyota’s attention-getter was a one-person electric car concept that looked like a huge insect, while Mitsubishi ‘s other-worldly minicar had shiny, aluminum body panels topped by bubble-like glass. Most of the vehicles ...

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