6 May 2014

43th Tokyo Motor Show 2013 (Photo)

 The 43rd Tokyo Motor Show runs until December 1 and features 177 exhibitors including parts suppliers from a dozen countries.

The motor show, held from November 20 to December 1, features domestic makers of passenger cars, commercial vehicles and trucks alongside most of their European competitors.

Mercedes-Benz "SLS AMG GT final edition" is unveiled during its world premier at a press briefing in the Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo.
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A Porsche worker cleans the floor beside a "911 GT3" race car at the company's booth at the Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo.
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Japanese car designer Ken Okuyama, who designed a Ferrari car, displays the new lightweight sports car "Kode 9", equipped with a 2.0-litter super-charged engine to drive two-seater body which will be priced 12 million yen (120,000 USD) at the press preview of the Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo.
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Japan's motorcycle giant Yamaha Motor president Hiroyuki Yanagi displays the prototype model of a trike "Tricity concept" equipped with a 125cc engine with automatic transmission at the press preview of the Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo.
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Japan's motorcycle giant Yamaha Motor president Hiroyuki Yanagi displays the prototype model of a two-seater commuter "Motiv" powered by electric motor or gasoline engine at the press preview of the Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo.
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Japanese car designer Ken Okuyama, who designed a Ferrari car, displays the formula car designed "Kode 7", equipped with a 1.6-litter engine to drive two-seater body which will be priced 8.5 million yen (85,000 USD) at the press preview of the Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo.
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Models display Japanese automaker Mitsubishi Motors' concept plug-in hybrid vehicle (PHEV) "Concept GC-PHEV" at the press preview of the Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo.
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A model smiles next to a line of Mercedes Benz cars up at the press preview of the Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo.
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Ola Kallenius, a member of the divisional board, Mercedes-Benz cars, introduces the company's "S65 AMG" during its premier at the press briefing in the Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo.
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A model stands beside a 1924 Wolseley CP 1.5-ton truck at the Isuzu booth during the Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo.
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