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Suzuki's adding to the van-based work product destined for the Tokyo motor show — releasing images of two concepts to be unveiled. One, the P.X., is a can-like minivan — three rows of seats, natch — that gives a conceptual nod to the streamlining era, with a military slant, for middle-aged men to play clubhouse in. The company calls the P.X. a "secret base for men," or as they're known in Japan, the adorably creepy. The other, the Ionis (pictured), is a smaller (134 inches long), MPV-style van with an eco-friendly hook (fuel-cell) plus a luxurious interior, and a mood-ring body that changes color depending on the light. We'll have what they're smoking.

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