The Gran Turismo racing game inspired automakers to come out with full scale concept cars based on models in the game. Nissan's contribution is the very sleek Vision 2020 concept, which should make have gamers spending more time behind their virtual wheels, saving up credits.
Whether bearing a Honda badge in Japan, or an Acura badge in the US, the NSX still drives as sweet.
On the Tokyo streets, square cars are common, so the Hinata concept would fit right in as a production car.
The Hinata's square shape maximizes practicality for interior space, and as a Japanese kei car isn't designed for speed.
The squarish Air Triser concept emphasizes people carrying, with a lounge-like space inside.
Daihatsu calls the Noriori concept a commuter car of the future, highlighting easy access over looks and, presumably, handling.
One advantage of the Noriori concept is that a wheelchair can easily be loaded in through the back.
Honda's odd Wander Stand concept, and its related Walker Stand concept, demonstrate Honda's ongoing research into alternative urban transport.
If you use a standing desk at work, you'll feel right at home in the Wander Stand concept.
Honda shows a love for square design even in its power products.
We not only saw the Honda Clarity fuel cell vehicle in Tokyo, we drove it.
Subaru shows what a new generation Impreza might look like. Now can we have this hatchback as a WRX/STI?
The Kikai is a pure concept car, according to Toyota, with no intention for production. Its central theme is an appreciation of the machine, so rather than hide its parts, it flaunts them.
Toyota doesn't specify a drivetrain for the Kikai, but that is certainly a four cylinder engine at the rear.
Designed for Japanese outdoors enthusiasts, the Mighty Deck concept has a rollback canvas roof and room for recreational equipment inside.
Mitsubishi unveils a compact electric crossover, which could become a real thing considering the company's expertise in electric drive systems.
Subaru has paraded a series of Viziv concepts at auto shows over the past years, all looking at the future of its popular crossover line-up. The Viziv Future concept highlights advanced tech, building on the Eyesight system currently offered in Subaru vehicles.
Lexus shows off a new flagship sedan in concept form, heralding a much-needed new generation for the current LS model.
The 2016 Toyota Prius makes its Japan debut at the Tokyo Motor Show.
Mini used the Tokyo Motor Show to take the top off the new generation of its Mini Cooper.
The new Mini Cooper Convertible will get the same engine options and electronics as the Mini Hardtop.
The Tokyo Motor Show even has room for industrial vehicles, such as this Fuso Super Great V.
To demonstrate the versatility of the Super Great V platform, Fuso fitted one with four arms that could likely strip a forest in no time at all.