Amid a blitz of flash photography and drooling automotive journalists, this year's Tokyo auto show opened in style. For gearheads, the star of the first day was the feverishly anticipated cars abounded on the first day with highlights including a squished SUV and a mean-looking supercar from ; a from Volkswagen; and a new take on gasoline-electric driving from . And of course, this wouldn't be Japan without a generous helping of gadgetry. Both Honda and VW had on display, while Denso showed off a driver monitoring system that was --literally. Check out our full coverage of the show here., whose bulging fenders and gleaming turbocharged V-6 engine inspired a respectful silence from awed onlookers. Concept
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