We obsessively covered the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. You, our readers, provided the color commentary. Read on and, of course, leave your comments below.
Subaru Viziv Performance Concept:
Remember the WRX concept they showed in 2013, and what the production version looked like in 2015?
Pepperidge Farm remembers.
2 foot high wing on the trunk or gtfo :)
Kudos to KODO design. There are so many things I love about this "Kai" car: the awesome split panoramic sunroof, the Jaguar-esque tails (sporting an "eyebrow up"... ala The Rock), a sleek family resemblance to the already beautiful CX-5 and CX-9. Seems suspiciously close to being a production ready Mazda3 — save for a few fanciful bits (door handles, mirrors etc). If it doesn't get too watered down by the time it hits the streets ... take my money!
- Randy Ross
Mitsubishi e-Evolution Concept:
As an 06 IX and 12 X owner, this is so upsetting. I will never buy this or care to give it another look. Hope you are glad you killed my favorite track-ready car to produce this electric junk.
Picture the GT-R going away for a few years and coming back as an SUV. This is ridiculous. Surely someone in marketing could've came up with another cool name.
The Evo sedan is dead, whether this exists or not.
I don't mind.
Honda Sports EV Concept:
I sure would like to see this "less is more" design aesthetic spread to their gas-powered production line.
Love it. I see glimpses of late 1970 Scirocco with Honda flair.
I just want ONE question answered in the affirmative, and that is... "RWD?"
- David Levinson
Yamaha Cross Hub Concept:
All I can think is modern day Brat, which has its own kind of charm. I'm assuming that it's a unibody design, but it seems happy to be its own thing rather than that crossover pretending to be a pickup called the Ridgeline. Would definitely take the Yamaha over the Honda, although I doubt it'll come to the states.
- Cole Henry
Mazda Vision Coupe Concept:
Face: KIA K7,
Tail: Aston martin.
- Harold Shin
A bit British, no?
- Jim Lykas
Here's what you had to say about the Tokyo Motor Show originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 27 Oct 2017 10:50:00 EDT.