The following cars and concepts were world premieres at the 2017 Tokyo motor show.

Information on most of the following models can be found in PLDB, just-auto’s global vehicle database. Simply click on the link at the end of this list.

Daihatsu DN Compagno concept: small four-door coupe with 1960s styling cues, may well make production

Daihatsu DN Multisix concept: likely to show the styling of the next Xenia compact MPV

Daihatsu DN Pro Cargo concept: design study for a micro-van which is meant to be inspired by the 1957 Midget

Daihatsu DN Trec concept: could be a preview of a potential rival for the Suzuki Ignis

Daihatsu DN U-Space concept: a preview of a future Kei micro passenger van

E-Fuso Vision One concept: new electric brand for Daimler Trucks’ Fuso, this prototype having a claimed range of up to 350km

Honda Odyssey facelift: first update was in February 2016 and the replacement is expected in 2019.

Honda Sports EV concept: same electric architecture as the recent Urban EV concept from the Frankfurt IAA

Isuzu FD-SI concept: futuristic truck with honeycomb windows behind which stored items to be delivered can be seen

Lexus LS+ concept: showcase for autonomous drive features due for production in 2020 and later, styling might be how LS will be facelifted in 2021

Mazda Kai concept: a preview of the next Axela/Mazda3, powered by a 2.0-litre SkyActiv-X (compression-ignition petrol) engine

Mazda Vision Coupe concept: could be a preview of an RX-8 successor, may be either powered by a Wankel engine or use one as a range extender

Mitsubishi e-Evolution concept: electric SUV coupe powered by three motors, AI technology to teach the driver new skills

Mitsubishi Electric Emirai4 concept: showcase for future tech such as driver-monitoring, has a head-up display of the road ahead

Nissan e-NV200 Fridge Concept: with an additional battery pack in the cargo space to power a refrigeration unit, the e-Fridge will be able to store and deliver chilled foods in areas restricted for larger vehicles

Nissan IMx concept: electric, autonomous and claimed to have a range of up to 600km, 320kW and 700Nm from two motors

Nissan Leaf NISMO concept: larger wheels, red front splitter and side skirts

Nissan Paramedic Concept: fifth generation ambulance based on NV350 Caravan launched earlier this year

Nissan Serena e-Power: an EV which has a small petrol engine as a range extender

Nissan Serena NISMO: sports version of this MPV, the latest generation of which has been in production since August 2016

Nissan Skyline facelift: same styling update which the near-identical Infiniti Q50 had at the Geneva motor show in March

Subaru S208: a version of the WRX STI and limited to 450 cars

Subaru VIZIV performance concept: a preview of the WRX replacement, has ‘aero fins’ on wheel arches which will make production

Suzuki Carry Open-Air Market concept: design study for a variant of the firm’s mini-truck

Suzuki e-Survivor: uses the next Jimny’s ladder frame chassis

Suzuki Spacia concept: a preview of the next generation of this tall hatchback which is a 660cc model in Japan

Suzuki Spacia Custom concept: pre-production version of the next generation model

Suzuki XBee (cross-bee): “a compact crossover wagon of a whole new genre, fused with spacious cabin and an SUV”, closely based on the existing Hustler

Suzuki Xbee Outdoor Adventure: “an elegant outdoor model which blends into the nature well, to enhance the fun of outdoor activities”

Suzuki Xbee Street Adventure: sports version of the Xbee

Toyota Century: third generation of the brand’s largest limousine, shares its 3,090mm wheelbase with the outgoing Lexus LS 600h L

Toyota Concept-i Ride: two-seat EV with AI and no steering wheel, learns the driver’s habits

Toyota Concept-i Walk: Segway-like three-wheeler which also has Artificial Intelligence

Toyota Crown Concept: a preview of the fifteenth generation of this large sedan but a revolutionary change will be the switch to a FWD platform

Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride concept: six-seat hydrogen fuel cell prototype with a claimed range of up to 1,000km

Toyota GR HV Sports concept: modified 86 with hybrid powertrain and a targa roof

Toyota JPN Taxi: electric sliding door on one side and a hinged door on the other, 1.5-litre LPG hybrid powertrain

Toyota Sora concept: prototype of a 22-seat bus powered by a fuel cell, 100 will enter service in 2018 as part of the build up to the 2020 Olympic Games

Toyota Tj concept: 4.3m long cargo van and SUV mash-up

Yamaha Cross Hub concept: 4.5m long pick-up with room for two trail bikes in the tray

Yamaha MWC-4 concept: electric four-wheeler in the style of Renault Twizy but leans like a bike and has a range-extender

Zagato IsoRivolta Vision Gran Turismo: in the (PS4) game, it is powered by the Callaway Corvette’s 997hp supercharged 6.2-litre V8

Future product program intelligence

Additional data oOKn vehicle lifetime and future product plans, such as code names, production plants and expected annual build, are available in PLDB from QUBE.