Hidden Gems of the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show
A lot slips through the cracks in the Tokyo Big Sight convention center.
The Tokyo Motor Show is a biannual event packing enough eccentricity to last a decade. This year was no exception. I’d planned on bringing something curated here, a tidy roundup package. Hope was quickly abandoned. Because, hiding behind debuts from Mazda and Lexus, wedged between those formidable Nissan and Honda stands, there’s a lot going on.
Some is breathtaking, some is bizarre. Some is just downright cool. Either way, a lot slips through the cracks at Tokyo. So I wandered through the show halls, snapping photos and getting lost in the menagerie. I stole carrots. I fell in love. I saw the future. Here’s a quick rundown.
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