Fave reveals include the NC2020 in red, plus the Yamaha Sports Ride concept — which is a mini Pagani for all intents and purposes.
Of course, the Mazda RX-Vision is also a fantastic indication of future turbo rotaries returning to the Japanese supercar battle of 2018. Picture it: GT-R vs Supra FT-1 vs NSX vs RX-7 Turbo!
On the other side of the power spectrum, the Honda S660 and Daihatsu Copen have potential fresh competition beyond the Yamaha above in a mini Toyota sportscar: the S-FR Concept. Or the mysterious Kode-9 from Ken Okuyama.
Fave name has to be the Suzuki Mighty Deck, a rolling patiovan right out of your dreams. You were just telling me how you need a parade car, right? Oh. Wrong person, sorry.
Worst in show? That is such a harsh medal of inglory…. but has to go to the nose and overall fright-fest design Honda FCV concept. Eek.
Nissan NC2020 Vision GT Concept
Mazda RX-Vision Concept
Tokyo Auto Show 2015 – Mega Gallery
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