2015 Tokyo Motor Show: Top Performance Cars

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
High Performance in Tokyo
For most people, cars are simply a way of getting from point A to point B, but there are those of us who try to find the twisty, serpentine, fun-to-drive roads, believing the journey is just as important as the destination (if not more so). At the 44th Tokyo Motor Show, we saw a lot of point A to point B cars — but on the flipside were 15 high-performance rides that would make any drive a blast. Granted, some of these are still true concepts so a little imagination may be needed when it comes to actual performance, but they certainly play the part. Let’s look at our favorite actual (and virtual) performance cars from the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show.

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4 thoughts on “2015 Tokyo Motor Show: Top Performance Cars

  1. I guess the days of the family cars are coming to an end. Most of these car are built for two people only.

  2. Hi Perry,

    You’re mom forwarded your Tokyo Motor Show article. Great cars and comments.

    What I didn’t see is my next personal conveyance. As an official “old guy”, I was hoping to see something that would favor my declining judgment and reflexes. Specifically, A walker with a “Clarabelle Aooogah” horn, colorful streamers from the handle bars, and a Kem card clacking across the spokes that sound just like a Kem card clacking against the spokes.

    I’m envious. You go to Tokyo, and I wind up in Tucson. We had sushi last night. Does that count?

    Best at ya,

  3. Love the Cars but what’s up with all these goofy “Wings” on the back of everything? Reminds me of the 60’s “Fins” on all those cars. Looks tacky.

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