Tokyo Motor Show for 2015 was wrapped up earlier this month and the next one will be the LA Auto Show at the end of this coming week. Not only Tokyo is facing competition with the western countries, it also faces competition from its neighbouring country, China. With the cost of production is much lower in China, Tokyo has turned itself into a techno-centric show focusing more on future mobility.
Mazda RX-Vision sports car is one of the long-awaited car models from 2015 Tokyo Motor Show. It is a sport car which embedded with TX rotary engine which Mazda has not produced since the cancellation of the RX8 in 2011.
Honda with its Acura luxury brand showed off NSX supercar which is already in production.
Nissan brought its 2020 Vision Gran Turismo concept car. Even though it was debuted last year, it still looks stunning with its red matte paint job.
Nissan also brought Skyline GT350 which is known in Japan whereas in United State, it is called Infiniti Q50S.
Yamaha brought its two door sports car concept which is aided by McLaren F1 designer Gordon Murray.
Kode9 coupe sports car was also displayed in Tokyo Motor show. It designed by Ken Okuyama, the man behind Enzo Ferrari.
Not to mention Kode9 Spyder prototype.
Honda S660 sports car displayed in the Tokyo Motor show too.
Not to mention, Toyota S-FR.
Toyota Kikai with its unique design that show off the inner mechanical workings of a car also displayed on the show.
Nissan Teatro For Dayz somehow looks like any conventional car, however, it comes with a better social media experience than exhilarating drive.
Daihatsu Noriori which looks like a road going tram with its slide clamshell doors and a roll-on-roll-off ramp also displayed in the show.
Daihatsu also showed off Tempo concept with its futuristic mini food truck.
Honda Wander Stand which look like a futuristic golf card is actually an autonomous mobility pod.
Mercedes showed off its very own autonomous car with Vision Tokyo Concept. It is designed with a luxurious lounge for young and urban trendsetters in mind.
Nissan IDS Concept translates to the next generation LEAF which is all electric and autonomous.
Suzuki Air Triser which looks like the old VW Microbus also debuted.
Suzuki Mighty Deck designed to maximize the utility of small package.
Toyota FCV Plus concept which powered by hydrogen fuel cell also showed off in Tokyo Motor Show.
Honda version of hydrogen powered concept car, FCX Clarity also debuted in the Motor Show.
Toyota C-HR concept made its debut after unveiled in Frankfurt earlier this year.
Toyota Prius is displayed as well.
Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV plug-in hybrid electric off-roader is also displayed in the motor show.
Mitsubishi eX Concept car which demonstrated an all-wheel-drive electric propulsion system and semi-autonomous drive technology is also debuted in the show.
Nissan Gripz Concept which may become the next generation Z sports car also debuted in this year’s motor show.
Lexus debuted its LF FC Concept which is sleek and featuring its controversial spindle grille.
Porsche introduced its new Macan GTS at the Tokyo Show.
The company also debuted its newly turbocharged 911 Carrera 4S.
The last but not least, there was also Hino Dakar Rally truck.