Unfortunately, it was in the form of this Jeep-logo pink shoulder bag on the back of a Japanese photographer. Still it was more than we'd expected to see here at the Tokyo Motor Show.
You just know that flat screens with icons in a grid are the zeitgeist when even a carmaker’s display screen looks like an iPhone.
Right behind the stage the Lexus LFA lost its top on yesterday was this cool wire-frame cutaway designed to show off the remarkable 4.8-liter V10 powertrain and the rest of the neat mechanical bits and pieces. Full gallery below.
If Subaru were in NASCAR, we can only hope they'd use the GT300, a 2009 Super GT-ized Legacy B4 offspring, as its "stock car." Also, we'd hope this would be their pit crew. Oh, the car? Yeah, that's below. Sorry.
The Daihatsu Basket concept resurrects many of the features we love about the Mini Moke, including the propensity for women in rural garb to congregate near the Daihatsu-mino.
Honda has continued to attempt advanced walking-assist devices, though few have been as awkwardly displayed as the Honda Ass-imo...err...Walking Assist Device with Stride Management.
Supasse got its start making Lotus 7-like sports cars and is now taking the next step with the Supasse V, a mid-engined sports car with a 270 HP Mazda engine weighing in at only 1,874 pounds.
We spotted this Japan-only Gran Turismo commercial in the Playstation booth here at the Tokyo Motor Show and it made us want to cry.
The Nissan Land Glider isn't a new idea — create a car that leans into corners and you'll deliver an exciting ride. It's been conceptualized ad-nauseum, but this here's one we might actually enjoy driving.