Tokyo Motor Show 2015

The Tokyo Motor Show is always severely crowded, but I made the mistake to go during a local holiday. Frankly, it wasn't that much of a pleasant experience (my overall feeling might show in my commentary) and same as the last time, I decided to never visit again. 

Some brands were missing from the show, Ferrari being the worst offender. I had to take photos of the boring Porsches, which I am not going to show here. My dislike for their boring iterative design prevents me from that - just by writing the word "Porsche" you can already imagine pretty clearly their cars, so what would be the point?

 The only tasteful tuning from the whole show.

The only tasteful tuning from the whole show.

 Book club car interior from Mercedes.

Book club car interior from Mercedes.

 A Halloween pumpkin. Great design though, would work perfect for a police car.

A Halloween pumpkin. Great design though, would work perfect for a police car.

Below, to the left, is some horrifying Lexus concept, although there are quite a few amazing details in there. Nowhere near the German on the right.

 More cars in different colors.

More cars in different colors.

 By far the best Toyota they brought to the show and they didn't even think to clean it up.

By far the best Toyota they brought to the show and they didn't even think to clean it up.

 A huge motorbike.

A huge motorbike.

 The uncrowded BMW - what BMW driver cares about practicality?

The uncrowded BMW - what BMW driver cares about practicality?

A couple of BMW excerpts can be seen below, the best I could do in the crowd.

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 Looks dangerous and exciting.

Looks dangerous and exciting.

And the real cool stuff, Yamaha made a car. Unfortunately, the old Moegi concept, a favourite of mine, was nowhere to be seen.

 A new take on the old Tesseract concept. Hopefully, this iteration will come to the market.

A new take on the old Tesseract concept. Hopefully, this iteration will come to the market.