The 2015 Tokyo motor show has given us a glimpse into the future of the automotive industry, whether it be through new autonomous cars, futuristic concepts or near production-ready hydrogen fuel-cell powertrains. Here's our guide to the very best cars at the Tokyo show.
John McIlroy - Honda FCV Clarity
Having driven Honda’s latest FCV Clarity just before the show, I was already sold on the idea of a hydrogen-fuelled luxury car. Lexus appears to be trying to get there first with the LS-FC, a pointer to not only the company’s next flagship but also one of its potential powertrains. I’ve been a little lukewarm on huge hybrid limos up to now but something running on hydrogen could be silent and still have range. Love the front-end styling, too; get on with making it, please.
Jim Holder - Subaru Impreza
As a late 90s rally fan, a look at how a new Subaru Impreza will look is always going to be both exciting and tinged with a sadness that it won't be blazing a trail in the World Rally Championship. But this concept has a wider significance, and it not only has the looks to wow again but sits on a new platform that has the potential to deliver Subaru a one-platform strategy, thereby securing its long-term strength.