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Highlights from the Tokyo Motor Show

Daniel Fernandez, dsf.my | Ariff Roose

30-Oct-19 20:00

Highlights from the Tokyo Motor Show

In the news this week, the government announced that Child Seats will be compulsory, starting January 1st 2020. The guys discuss that and a few car launches that include the exciting and all-new 2020 Honda Jazz. For our feature, Daniel returns from Japan for the Tokyo Motor Show and gives us four of his best highlights of the event. Together, they discuss Daihatsu's new car that could be a part of the New National Car Project, and Toyota's two-pronged strategy that includes battery electric vehicles and hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles. 

Produced by: Ariff Roose

Presented by: Richard Bradbury


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Tags:  Child SeatsPakatan HarapanAnthony LokeHonda JazzVolvoAudiToyotaToyota MiraiEVElectric VehicleFuel Cell Electric VehicleFCEVDreamEdgeDaihatsuNNCPNew National Car ProjectAviation, Auto, Transport, LogisticsGovernment/Regulatory/Policy MakingMotoringBusiness AnalysisAutoPoliticsLaw and Legal Matters


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