It’s hardly a surprise that the Toyota GT 86 and Subaru BRZ are the star of the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon, with all the aftermarket companies embracing the enthusiast platform with new products.
Suzuki may no longer exist in America, but the Japanese automaker is still performing just fine in its home country.
Your eyes aren’t playing tricks on you, and we didn’t use Photoshop. That’s a real deal Toyota GT 86… sort of.
The Lexus LFA production has ended, but the rumors of a convertible variant remain strong.
As if the Toyota GT 86 wasn’t stylish or sporty enough, the folks at Modellista decided to give the sports car a futuristic touch in order to make it more stylish and sporty.
Along with all the high-quality, customized vehicles that the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon has to offer, another thing is guaranteed each year at Japan’s largest aftermarket expo – wonderful and strange creations.
Mazda is hoping its new CX-5 and Mazda6 models will help pave the way for bigger and better things, and at the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon, the Japanese automaker wanted to show off the customizing capabilities of both models.
With the growing popularity of the Scion FR-S and the Subaru BRZ, it’s easy to forget that Nissan has its own rear-wheel drive sports car that also handles beautifully when pushed to the limits.
Towards the end of last year, Nissan announced its plans to expand its NISMO performance sub-brand and there’s no better way to garner attention among young enthusiast buyers than to display those vehicles at the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon.
The Honda CR-Z Mugen RZ is hardly a secret having been unveiled last year, but the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon marks one of the first times its been displayed publicly.
It certainly won’t be grabbing headlines like the twincharged GT 86, but a turbocharged Yaris unveiled today at the Tokyo Auto Salon is a more realistic look at future product.
Undoubtedly Toyota and its partners stole the show at the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon, with several vehicles built by Gazoo Racing garnering the the lion’s share of the attention.
Though America will never see the likes of the Honda N-One, automotive enthusiasts got a look at what the Japanese automaker’s newest addition to its kei car lineup can look like with some modifications.
The Subaru BRZ may come better equipped than the Scion FR-S, with a few extra features, but even then the cabin isn’t exactly what you would call luxurious.
The star of the Tokyo Auto Salon, the GRMN Sports FR Concept is a GT 86 build by Toyota’s motorsports partner Gazoo Racing and inspired by the legendary Supra itself.
“Fashion woman customization perspective that emphasizes the color and texture, was choreographed in urban quality.”
One of several GT 86 concepts unveiled by Toyota at this year’s Tokyo Auto Salon, it’s certainly not noteworthy because of its square eight-spoke rims.
Ahead of its debut, Toyota bragged that its new GT 86 TRD Griffon concept was faster around the Tskuba circuit than a Ferrari 458. Revealed today at the Tokyo Auto Salon, even more surprising is the fact that it does so without any added power.
Known for building some of the world’s best performance Hondas and a long history in motorsports, the tuning geniuses at Mugen have tried their hand at the new CR-V, delivering some interesting results.
As expected, the upcoming Tokyo Auto Salon is shaping up to be a GT86 festival and thanks to Toyota motorsports partner Gazoo Racing, we have our first teaser of the likely star of the show.
Suzuki may have ceased its operations in America, but the Japanese automaker continues on as normal overseas, heading to the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon with several Wagon R models.
The new Mazda6 will be the star of the Japanese automaker’s booth at the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon, with three modified concept versions already confirmed.
Not to be outdone by Subaru, Toyota will be heading to the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon with several of its own custom FR-S models, with five of the 10 booth cars confirmed to be of the 86 variety.
Honda and Mugen are heading to next year’s Tokyo Auto Salon with a full arsenal of customized vehicles, including a new Mugen CR-V design study and an S2000 Modulo Climax concept.