Electric Vehicle Development Technology Exhibition (EVEX) 2013 started yesterday in Tokyo for a three day period up to September 27. This is the fourth exhibition, and ultrasmall EVs and state-of-the-art quick chargers attract attention. Ultrasmall EVs are growing the presence as a means for short distance travel. Besides Nissan and Honda, venture companies exhibit their innovative products. Kyoden, a maker of printed circuit boards, exhibits its three-wheeler Rena X3.
Kyoden's Rena X3
Kyoden plans to sell this three-wheeler for 498,000 yen to compete successfully with Toyota’s COMS that is being sold for 668,000 yen within the year. The exhibition drew about 19,000 visitors yesterday.
Enjoy driving Toyota's COMS