東京車展2009精華(15p) ： Lexus LF-AIt's arrived at last, Lexus's V10 supercar, but it's virtually impossible to get close to because of the huge crowds throning around it. The cutaway chassis is very nearly as cool as the finished car - you can see the carbon fibre crash structure ahead of the front suspensi 借貸on, as well as the massively intricate cast aluminium suspension. If you're not convinced by the looks, the awesome sound from that V10 should do it for you.Honda Skydeck conceptThis six-seat design concept takes a revised version of the Insight's hybrid dr 酒店經紀ivetrain and packages it neatly within a centre console that runs the length of the cabin floor. Far more importantly, it has scissor AND sliding doors. Ingress/egress overkill: we love it.Lotus Exige StealthBy far and away the meanest looking car at the show, the matte black paint 裝潢is sprayed on top of a gloss layer to give the contrasting stripes. Weight is down by 10kg to 940kg and just 35 will be produced at ￡45,000 each.Mitsubishi i-MiEV CargoIt's the panel van version of Mitsu's all-electric i-MIEV. If you've ever wondered what Postman Pat will drive in The Fut 買房子ure, here's your answer.Daihatsu DecaDecaDescribed by the manufacturer as a 'super box'. Difficult to argue with that, really. No exciting hybid drivetrains or future tech here, but just look at it. If you don't slightly want one, you're dead inside.Daihatsu e:SAnd, back in the slightly-less-w 酒店經紀eird world, here's Daihatsu's new kei car, looking like an uneasy mix of Skoda Fabia and Toyota iQ.Honda CR-Z 2009 conceptTechnically this is still a concept, but only the blue lights and the wheels will change. Don’t expect it to drive like it looks though – despite the historical association with that name, the CR-Z is bein 居酒屋g pitched as a nippy city carMitsubishi PX-MiEV conceptThis hybrid plug-in SUV looked a bit dull in the pre-Tokyo photos, but in the metal it’s more interesting as there’s a bit of the Ford Edge about the chrome around the front. And, crucially, it looks pretty much production-readyNissan Land GliderThis all-electric two-seater from Nissan leans into c 婚禮佈置orners - like that tilty Carver, but with a vital extra wheel..Nissan LeafTough not to feel a bit underwhelmed by this car. The nose sticks out an awfully long way and the rear lights are distinctive, but other than it being Nissan’s first electric production car, there’s little remarkable about it. SorryNissan QazanaStill the stand-out car on the Nissan stand, despite the G2000 Qazana now being seven months old. Apparently about 75 per cent of the styling will remain for the production version, which can only be a good thing. Road presence is guaranteed here.Subaru Hybrid TourerThis gullwinged concept looks absolutely stunning in the metal. There's clever stuff underneath, too - Scooby's two-litre boxer engine is linked to a pair of electric moto 土地買賣rs in a unique hybrid configurationToyota FT-86 conceptWe're getting deeply, deeply excited about Toyota's affordable, rear-drive coupe. Developed in conjuction with Subaru, it features a two-litre boxer engine and should be priced under ￡20,000 when it goes on sale in a couple of years time. Bar a couple of concept trinkets, that exterior looks suspiciously production-ready. Jolly good.Toyota FT 酒店工作-EV II .