Walk around Tokyo, and it's plain to see that the locals love small, boxy vehicles. The FC ShoCase takes this love of the box on wheels to a whole new level.
Apart from the steering wheel, seats and pedals, everything about this coupe convertible is tiny.
CNET Car Tech gets video of the Daihatsu Mud Master-C concept at the 2007 Tokyo auto show.
Since when does a little hauler catch our eye?
Alex Grant looks at the maddest hatches from the decade that brought us stonewash jeans and Wham.
Though Japan suffered an earthquake and tsunami last year, devastating its automotive business, the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show is an example of the country bouncing back, with new concepts and tech initiatives highlighting the auto industry's resurgence.
No X-Wing? No problem. You can turn your car into a galactic vehicle with a set of "Star Wars" car-wraps showing off your favorite character.
Automotive News reports on Toyota Prius sales dominance in Japan.
SIM-Drive's SIM LEI electric car does 206 miles per charge in urban traffic conditions, and 190 miles while traveling 62 mph.