Some say the Tokyo Auto Salon is the mecca for Japanese tuning enthusiasts. Others believe it’s the only place in the world you can see some of the wildest, most extreme creations ever imagined. Each year, AutoGuide.com travels to the Tokyo Auto Salon and every time we walk away impressed with just how clever some of the… Continue Reading...
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The Lamborghini Estoque might not be heading to production anytime soon but that hasn’t stopped enthusiasts from creating their own. Continue Reading...
Suzuki may no longer sell cars in North America, but that won’t stop us from wondering about what might have been. Continue Reading...
You might want to rub your eyes one more time because what you’re looking at started its life as a Toyota Vitz. Continue Reading...
The Tokyo Auto Salon is well known for its wild and crazy creations, but this Nissan GT-R might top it all. Continue Reading...
What happens when you cross a Lamborghini with a Toyota GT86? You get the NATS Extreme 86 at the 2015 Tokyo Auto Salon. Continue Reading...
If you’re a fan of compact roadsters, you might be jealous that the Daihatsu Copen isn’t available in North America. Continue Reading...
Some may call it cute, but the Suzuki Hustler is all business at the 2015 Tokyo Auto Salon. Continue Reading...
If there’s one sedan that could change the public’s perception of Toyota in the U.S., it’s the Mark X. Continue Reading...
Mitsubishi is teasing a possible final edition of the legendary Lancer Evolution at the 2015 Tokyo Auto Salon. Continue Reading...
Nissan is showcasing the most track focused version of the much respected and often idolized GT-R at the 2015 Tokyo Auto Salon. Continue Reading...
There’s no better place than the Tokyo Auto Salon for Nissan to show off just how venerable the GT-R is. Continue Reading...
Mugen may not inspire enthusiasts like it used to in the late 90s and early 2000s, but it’s still Honda’s turning arm; and a good one at that. Continue Reading...
Known for its widebody kits on various luxury and exotic models, Liberty Walk has introduced something different at the 2015 Tokyo Auto Salon. Continue Reading...
First it was the Subaru BRZ to get the tS treatment, now it’s the Japanese automaker’s popular Forester. Continue Reading...
The 2015 Tokyo Auto Salon doesn’t officially open its doors until later this evening, but AutoGuide.com managed to sneak in to get some photos of what we can expect when the show officially kicks off. Continue Reading...
Mitsubishi is readying a final edition Evolution X before its well-loved performance sedan takes a bow and exits the market. Continue Reading...
Nissan released a sneak preview of what it will bringing to next year’s Tokyo Auto Salon. Continue Reading...
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The 2014 Tokyo Auto Salon isn’t all about show, there’s plenty of cars that go as well. With new regulations for the Super GT series for 2014, several automakers showed off their entrants for next year’s race season, while the Makuhari Messe was also packed with several of this year’s most successful motorsports machines. Check… Continue Reading...
Competing in the Super GT’s top GT500 class, the Nissan GT-R Nismo GT500 race car looked right at home at the 2014 Tokyo Auto Salon. Continue Reading...
If you thought the hype in Japan around the Toyota GT 86 and Subaru BRZ would die any time soon, think again. This year’s Tokyo Auto Salon continued to be packed with both makes, as the Japanese aftermarket continues to embrace the platform. Continue Reading...
The Nissan Leaf has remained relatively unchanged since it debuted, but something called the Leaf “Aero Style” at the 2014 Tokyo Auto Salon could hint at the electric car’s future design. Continue Reading...
The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV won’t arrive in the U.S. until 2015, but it already has sales traction in Japan and the Japanese automaker brought a custom version to the Tokyo Auto Salon. Continue Reading...
Just like it did at last year’s SEMA Show, Mazda chose to keep its 2014 Tokyo Auto Salon display cars mild rather than running wild. Continue Reading...