This year’s Tokyo Motor Show was all about domestic automakers, with just Lotus and Alpina coming from Europe. U.S. automakers took a break and are getting ready for Los Angeles Auto Show. We have already brought you the best of show from matt black Lotus Exige to 560 hp Lexus LFA. It’s time for something
At the 41st Tokyo Motor Show, Alpina has unveiled the long wheelbase B7 Bi-Turbo. Power comes from a 4.4-liter V8 engine producing 507 horsepower and 700 Nm of torque. 0-100 km/h(0-62 mph) for this big limousine comes in just 4.8 seconds.
Latest version of the GT-R(R35) will go on sale in Japan on December 7 and in global markets next spring. The updated GT-R receives a number of enhancements, including a revised navigation system, recalibrated suspension settings and an improved-flow catalyst system.
After year’s of concepts, speculations and spy photos, finally a production version of the Lexus LFA is here with all the details. Public debut is today at the 41st Tokyo Motor Show. This new supercar from Japan will reach customers in late 2010 or early 2011.
Tomorrow at the Tokyo Motor Show, Lotus will introduce another special edition of the Exige dubbed Scura. The Exige Scura(Italian for ‘dark’) comes with a matt black finish and ‘Phantom Black’ triple stripes that run the length of the car. Production is limited to just 35 cars globally.
This year’s Tokyo Motor Show is all about domestic automakers. One of the small domestic manufacturers preparing for the show is a kit-car manufacturer Suzusho. Suzusho is mainly known for their replicas of the legendary Lotus Seven.
Toyota President Akio Toyoda has said that Toyota could use some more excitement in their model range. At this month’s Tokyo Motor Show Toyota will introduce a concept called FH-86, that should bring more excitement and refreshment to automakers model range.