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In pictures: Tokyo Auto Salon 2015

By - February 1, 2015 40 Pictures
Tokyo Auto Salon – the off-the-wall sibling of the far more staid bi-annual Tokyo Motor Show – is part showcase for the Japanese custom car industry and part theatrical show. Beginning back in 1983 as the "Tokyo Exciting Car Show," it has grown in popularity with the public and industry alike over the past three decades, now attracting some 300,000 visitors. Here's our look at some of the colorful highlights from the 2015 event. Read More
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Mitsubishi dresses Outlander PHEV in fancy Concept-S attire for Paris

By - October 8, 2014 11 Pictures
This year's Paris Motor Show has provided a launching pad for some incredible machinery. Highlights include a Ducati-powered Volkswagen, a hybrid Lamborghini and a four-door Audi TT. Among the interesting and expensive cars from Europe's finest, Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi has revealed its Outlander PHEV Concept-S, a special design package for its hybrid SUV. Read More
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Top 10 green concept cars of 2013

By - December 11, 2013 50 Pictures
As we wind down toward the end of another year, it's time to take a look back at some of the innovations that helped make 2013 a big year for green car technology. Highly anticipated cars like the Porsche 918 Spyder and Cadillac ELR made their debuts, while green concept cars provided a peek at what the future holds. Our favorite eco-friendly concepts from the past 12 months rethink power technologies, aerodynamics and architecture to push fuel economies into the triple digits. Read More
— Robotics

Mitsubishi adapts EV batteries for Super Giraffe robot

By - November 20, 2013 4 Pictures
While the world watches anxiously as the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) begins its most dangerous operation yet in the ongoing clean-up of the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, large Japanese corporations continue to design and build robots to help go where people cannot. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) has built a new remote-controlled robot called the MHI-Super Giraffe, which has an extendable arm capable of reaching up to 8 m (26 ft), and borrows battery technology from Mitsubishi Motor's electric vehicles. Read More
— Holiday Destinations

Nippon Moon observation wheel drops hints as to the future of the tourist attraction

By - November 11, 2013 8 Pictures
With Nippon Moon, UNStudio is bringing more than sheer scale to the concept of the enormous observation wheel. Though the height of the wheel has not been fixed, Nippon Moon is clearly intended to put Japan on the map (the map of gigantic ferris wheels, that is), and compete with, if not surpass, the likes of the 165-m Singapore Flyer and the 135-m London Eye. However, UNStudio hints that smartphone apps or even augmented reality could be used to enhance the ride, and make it an observation wheel fit for the 21st century. Read More

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