While rumors of Tokyo Motor Show's demise continue to persist, there was enough new metal at this biennial auto show to justify our attendance. The Toyota GT 86 and Subaru BRZ alone were enough to suffer through the jet lag for you. We hope the 2013 show will be even stronger yet, if it even happens. That's two years away, though, so for now let's look back on what this year's Tokyo Motor Show had to offer.

Honda AC-X Concept Toyota GT 86
Nissan Pivo 3 2012 Subaru BRZ
Mazda Takeri Concept VW Passat Alltrack
Honda EV-STER Nissan Leaf Nismo
Subaru WRX STI S206 Subaru BRZ GT300
Honda N Concept 4 Toyota FCV-R Concept 2012 Mitsubishi Mirage
Honda RC-E Honda E-Canopy Trike Yamaha Y125 Moegi
Suzuki Regina Concept Suzuki Swift EV Hybrid Suzuki Q Concept
Mitsubishi PX-MiEV II Toyota GRMN Hybrid Daihatsu D-X
Toyota Aqua


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      Hossi Blumengaarten
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      the only foreign cars are Volkswagen, Audi and BMW yep Tokyo Motor Show is dead the Japanese killed it themselves but then again Japanese only buy KEI CARS, so really the world market does not apply to them I think someone should do a report on the percent of KEI CARS sold in Japan compared to normal sedans
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      KAG
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      Nissan should bring back some new SX and NX model cars to the USA.
        vrroom
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        @KAG
        No. I disagree. Keep the best cars in Japan and go buy yourself an imported GMC from detroit. ><
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      Carzzz
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      where dem asian girls at?
        vrroom
        • 3 Years Ago
        @Carzzz
        Not ever going to anywhere near your freaky self. ^^
      Groagun
      • 3 Years Ago
      I should know better but every time I read some of the comments on this site I am reminded of the things I do not love about America and Americans. True, most of the cars you see at this show will not end up on American shores but does that really mean you are not interested in what the rest of the world is doing or has? If your a true car guy/girl, then you are interested and fascinated but what everyone else has. The Japanese car industry has contributed so much to the international auto business that you cannot ignore or hate on them. Past or present racist bias is just unacceptable. I am with you in regards to closed and protectionist market conditions in Japan but beyond that, count me out. I love the American car industry, it really is the home of the automobile, but to not love and be enthralled by how others see, build and drive cars is just stuffy old homer-ism. You should love how the Japanese, the French, Italians, Chinese, Indians and so on and so on look at the automobile. Again while most of the cars you see at the Tokyo show will not be sold here in America, in the future, some of the technology and influences will be in the cars you buy from Detroit. Your not stupid, so stop saying stupid things!
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