Here are our picks from the eclectic mix of cars, including modified luxury models and vibrant concepts, at Tokyo's tuning show
16 January 2017

The 2017 Tokyo Auto Salon is famous the world over for its eclectic mix of machinery, which varies from vans to thoroughbred racing cars.

The event is one of the world's best for modified cars, and show attendees include Japanese tuning companies, international car manufacturers and global racing teams.

We’ve whittled down the show’s long list of cars in our 2017 highlights gallery, which you can view above.

Click here to view the show's highlights from last year.

Our Verdict

Honda CR-V

Can the Honda CR-V bring anything new to a crowded arena?

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17 January 2017

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