Tokyo Motor Show 2011: Green Tech Dominates Fleet, From Strange To Sleek

Tokyo Motor Show 2011: Green Tech Dominates Fleet, From Strange To Sleek

President and CEO of Toyota Motor Corporation Toyoda rides self-balancing two-wheeled scooter Winglet at a pre-Tokyo Motor show reception at its showroom in Tokyo. (REUTERS / Kim Kyung Hoon)

Tokyo Motor Show 2011: Green Tech Dominates Fleet, From Strange To Sleek

Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd’s Subaru Advanced Tourer Concept car is seen on display. (REUTERS / Toru Hanai)

Tokyo Motor Show 2011: Green Tech Dominates Fleet, From Strange To Sleek

Toyota Motor Corp’s FCV-R, a sedan-type next-generation fuel-cell concept vehicle fueled by hydrogen. (REUTERS / Toru Hanai)

Tokyo Motor Show 2011: Green Tech Dominates Fleet, From Strange To Sleek

Honda Motor Co President Ito poses next to the company’s cars. (REUTERS / Toru Hanai)

Tokyo Motor Show 2011: Green Tech Dominates Fleet, From Strange To Sleek

Honda Motor Co President Ito speaks next to the company’s electric Micro Commuter Concept. (REUTERS / Toru Hanai)

Tokyo Motor Show 2011: Green Tech Dominates Fleet, From Strange To Sleek

Toyota’s concept vehicle Fun-Vii shows a varied display contents on its body during its unveiling at a pre-Tokyo Motor show reception in a showroom. (REUTERS / Kim Kyung Hoon)

Tokyo Motor Show 2011: Green Tech Dominates Fleet, From Strange To Sleek

Ghosn, chairman and CEO of Nissan and Renault, poses with Nissan’s PIVO3. (REUTERS / Toru Hanai)

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