The 2017 Tokyo motor show has opened its doors to the public. With a number of concept car debuts from Japanese manufacturers but no significant vehicle debut from any auto company outside of Japan, the show once again proved to be a regional affair, turning the once a globally important venue into an arena in which domestic manufacturers tout their offerings and test future product visions. And some are genuinely worthwhile.
Mazda Vision Coupe Concept
Mazda was the star of the 25th Tokyo motor show on two fronts. The company showcased an evolution of its current 'Kodo -- Soul . . .