Tokyo 2015 motor show
Japan's biggest motor show to showcase new and emerging technologies
18 March 2015
Show dates: 28 October 2015 - 8 November 2015
The Tokyo motor show is done for another year, and what a show it was, with a
number of head-turning cars taking centre stage.
Honda showed off its revived NSX supercar, that will be brought back into
production after a ten-year hiatus.
Mazda showed that it still has a passion for making rotary cars, with the
unveiling of the RX-Vision rotary concept, the spiritual successor to the RX-7
Electric technology was a point of emphasis for many companies at Tokyo, with
brands such as Honda and Mitsubishi showing off the latest green technologies
that they have to offer.
Next on the motor show calendar is the LA show, beginning on November 17. For
all the latest action from California, keep an eye on GoAuto.
The Tokyo motor show is just around the corner, and promises to showcase some
exciting production models and concepts from Japanese and European
Local car-maker Toyota will show off a number of concepts, including the small
S-FR sportscar, the C-HR compact SUV, and even a bare-bones, dune bug-like
concept called the Kikai.
Electric technology will unsurprisingly feature heavily, and Mitsubishi will
show off the eX compact SUV concept which will outline the future of its EV
And Mazda have teased a picture of their next sports coupe, which they say is
the spiritual successor to the old Cosmo rotary cars of the 1960s.
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THE 44th biennial Tokyo motor show is Japan's biggest auto show and the general
theme of the automotive extravaganza is technology.
This year's show should be no different, with new ideas for plug-in hybrid,
hydrogen fuel-cell and full electric vehicle technologies expected to be shown.
Cars shown at previous events include the Honda CR-Z and Nissan Leaf, as well
as the introduction of the Nissan GT-R, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X and Lexus
For all the latest coverage on the 2015 Toyko motor show, keep it locked on
Rotary revival: Mazda's RX-Vision rotary concept took centre stage at the Tokyo motor show.
Cars at the show: