Fancy cars from Japan

• Unusual cars from Japan

In the past few years, China auto industry is developing extremely dynamically. It is possible that this is where you can now look to the future and very likely not to be deceived. Shanghai Motor Show has long been outstripped by the number of cutting-edge futuristic models of the rest of the exhibition. Let us look at some of the most outstanding examples from this event.

Fancy cars from Japan

1. Nio

Fancy cars from Japan

Nio company was founded in China five years ago, however, despite a very young age was able to create in the meantime it has two serial crossover with electric motors and supercar with unit capacity of 1399 liters. from. Designers Nio deeply convinced that in the foreseeable future cars will begin to fade controls such as the steering wheel and pedals, they will replace the autopilot. All that remains to do a man "miss" on a trip from point "A" to "B" point.

2. Dongfeng

Fancy cars from Japan

The Chinese company Dongfeng takde inclined to think that in the near future in the cars disappear drivers, and in their place come the autopilot. In this case, the Chinese designers believe that the primary way to travel by car for urban residents will karshering. The client will simply cause the machine using the smartphone, sit in a chair and enjoy the ride. It is this way of movement corresponds to Dongfeng Sharing Van with four seats.

3. QYEV

Fancy cars from Japan

Another very young Chinese company, which, nevertheless, gives an impressive hope. Company engineers are convinced that simply did not larger vehicles will be in 10-20 years in metropolitan areas around the world. They will be replaced supercompact and highly mobile vehicles with autopilot. Of course, they will all go on the motor. However, dreams of the future do not interfere QYEV design and yet quite ordinary cars.

And still: Toyota

Fancy cars from Japan

Of course, the Toyota is not a Chinese company, but at the Shanghai Motor Show traditionally there are many cars that the Japanese giant. In contrast to the works of "youth" as described above, Toyota goes further and proposes to create multiple platforms for autonomous vehicles. The epitome of this idea is the Toyota e-Palette design. This car - a kind of shuttle on wheels, which can carry passengers, cargo, and also be a mobile office.