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Nissan is headed to this year's Tokyo Auto Salon with a spate of custom hardware, including tweaked versions of the company's Juke, Note, Fairlady Z and GT-R. Even the humble Leaf EV and hefty NV350 have received a little love from designers and engineers. The Juke Nismo will share the stage with creations like the Leaf Nismo Performance Package and the GT-R Nismo GT3. That last beast debuted in 2012 and boasts more engine output and enhanced aerodynamics while still complying with FIA GT3 regul

Toyota MR2 Sports Hybrid Concept – Click above for image gallery

Toyota MR2 Sports Hybrid Concept – Click above for image gallery

Click above for a high-res gallery of the Mugen NSX RR

Click above for a gallery of the NATS GT-K

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Click the image above for a gallery of live pics and a few high-res press shots.

Click the image above for more shots of Tokyo Auto Salon's assortment of Evos.

click above to view more modded Nissan GT-Rs from the TAS

click above for more images of the Mazda RX-8 RS

click above for more images of the Honda Fit Luxe'ster

Nissan and its motorsports arm, NISMO, will be partnering with its affiliates at Autech to blow out this year's Tokyo Auto Salon with 16 different cars being spread across three show stands.

Among the other tunerific surprises that lined the booths of the Nippon Convention Center during the Tokyo Auto Salon, Suzuki displayed their Swift X Sport Concept. Of all the vehicles in Suzuki's lineup, the Swift is the one we'd love to see Stateside post haste, especially benefiting from some of its rally heritage. Although in standard guise, it's little more than a subcompact with all the sporting pretenses that the name implies, this concept brings a little bit of WRC flavor to the party.

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