The Tokyo motor show takes place later this month, with a large number of big-name car launches expected alongside new concept cars, facelifts and production models.
Autocar's team of roving reporters will be bringing you the very latest from the show floor, but here's our pre-show roundup of what to expect at the event in 2013.
And remember, you can keep up to date with all the latest show news at Autocar.co.uk.
At the same time as Honda announces its S660 concept, Daihatsu responds with this new Kopen model. Built around the same Kei-car principles as its predecessor, the Kopen concept features a 660cc engine mated to a CVT paddle-shift gearbox.
This Japan-only concept is a traditional Kei-car with a modern take. It's expected to take on the Beat name and kick-start its rivalry with the Daihatsu Kopen when the production version launches.
The latest generation of Honda's personal mobility concept is able to travel at up to 3mph for up to three miles, and weighs just 25kg.
Lexus's avant-garde SUV concept, a potential rival for the Range Rover Evoque, comes to Tokyo in new turbocharged form, ditching the hybrid powertrain seen in Frankfurt earlier this year for a new 2.0-litre engine.
This all-new concept two-door coupé is designed to introduce a new generation of buyers to the Lexus brand. Taking some of its styling cues from the LF-LC concept seen in Detroit last year, the RC will be shown with both V6 and hybrid powertrains.
A new plug-in hybrid SUV from Mitsubishi which will use the firm's all-wheel drive system. It'll also offer wi-fi support for drivers as well as the latest safety tech.
Taking the plug-in hybrid platform even further, this compact SUV is focused around nimble handling and coupé style. It's expected to form the basis of a replacement for the ASX crossover.
The AR marks the return of Mitsubishi to the MPB segment following the axeing of the Grandis in 2011. It uses the same hybrid powertrain as the XR-PHEV and includes seating for up to seven passengers.