TOKYO – Honda covers many of the propulsion-system bases at the recently concluded 43rd Tokyo auto show, introducing a new series of downsized gasoline engines and an all-electric minicar on the heels of a next-generation fuel-cell electric vehicle unveiled at the Los Angeles show. About 400 2-, 3- and 4-wheeled vehicles were on display, including a next-generation Axela hybrid and concept compressed-natural-gas vehicle from Mazda, three hybrid concepts from Mitsubishi and a prototype ...

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