Tokyo Motor Show 2011 Photos

Posted: Nov 30 2011, 8:27am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
Tokyo Motor Show 2011 Photos

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The 42nd Tokyo Motor Show 2011 opened.

The 42nd Tokyo Motor Show 2011 opened for the price today. The general public can take a look at some of the stunning futuristic concept cars starting December 3. The highlight of the Tokyo Motor Show 2011 is the Toyota Fun-Vii. This futuristic concept car can display information and graphics on the interior or exterior. Besides reading SMS on your car you can also change the body color and design via a smartphone.

A focus of the Tokyo Motor Show is of course also electric cars. For some reason most concept cars use some blue LED light in the exterior. I assume car makers think that blue looks the most futuristic. I agree that it has Tron feel to it. There are many more cool concept cars on display at the Tokyo Motor Show 2011. The cars are of course presented by beautiful models. Check out the Tokyo Motor Show 2011 photo gallery below.

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