We obsessively covered the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. You, our readers, provided the color commentary. Read on and, of course, leave your comments below.

Subaru Viziv Performance Concept:

Remember the WRX concept they showed in 2013, and what the production version looked like in 2015?

Pepperidge Farm remembers.
  • wooootles

2 foot high wing on the trunk or gtfo :)
  • sc0rch3d


Mazda Kai Concept:

Dear Honda, this is how you dynamically style a hatchback. Thank you.
  • Dfelix70

Kudos to KODO design. There are so many things I love about this "Kai" car: the awesome split panoramic sunroof, the Jaguar-esque tails (sporting an "eyebrow up"... ala The Rock), a sleek family resemblance to the already beautiful CX-5 and CX-9. Seems suspiciously close to being a production ready Mazda3 — save for a few fanciful bits (door handles, mirrors etc). If it doesn't get too watered down by the time it hits the streets ... take my money!
  • Randy Ross


Mitsubishi e-Evolution Concept:

As an 06 IX and 12 X owner, this is so upsetting. I will never buy this or care to give it another look. Hope you are glad you killed my favorite track-ready car to produce this electric junk.
  • AcidTonic

Picture the GT-R going away for a few years and coming back as an SUV. This is ridiculous. Surely someone in marketing could've came up with another cool name.
  • Evo

The Evo sedan is dead, whether this exists or not.
I don't mind.
  • Lada1200


Honda Sports EV Concept:

I sure would like to see this "less is more" design aesthetic spread to their gas-powered production line.
  • RustyShackleford

Love it. I see glimpses of late 1970 Scirocco with Honda flair.
  • Gintonics

I just want ONE question answered in the affirmative, and that is..."RWD?"
  • Henadenk


AND A FEW FROM FACEBOOK:

Toyota's press conference:



Wake me up when they talk about the Supra.
  • David Levinson


Yamaha Cross Hub Concept:

All I can think is modern day Brat, which has its own kind of charm. I'm assuming that it's a unibody design, but it seems happy to be its own thing rather than that crossover pretending to be a pickup called the Ridgeline. Would definitely take the Yamaha over the Honda, although I doubt it'll come to the states.
  • Cole Henry


Mazda Vision Coupe Concept:

Face: KIA K7,
Tail: Aston martin.
  • Harold Shin

A bit British, no?
  • Jim Lykas

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