And so we continue on to the next exhibits in the Osaka Motor Show.
This is a Campagna T-Rex, a two-seat three-wheeler powered by a 197hp 1400cc Kawasaki engine.
Japan’s answer to the American HMMWV, the Toyota Mega Cruiser. This one’s in JGSDF livery.
Exedy Formula F race car. It’s powered by a Honda L15A7, the same engine in your typical Jazz or City.
TE37’s being put to good use.
The G’s Prius. Looks great, nothing over-the-top.
The Team A crew going at it.
And we find the piece de resistance: the Toyota 86.
Like its BRZ brother, it’s a great looking little car too.
The 86 exhibit was easily the most crowded in the whole event.
Finally, Toyota’s making exciting cars again!
We at Team A Motorsports like, well, motorsports. So we didn’t pass up the chance to try out this driving sim, featuring Ayrton Senna’s McLaren-Honda MP4/4 at the Suzuka Circuit.
“Stop driving like an idiot!”
The pretty ladies from the Mazda booth. Zoom zoom!
There were even bikes. Here’s a cool retro-modern Honda electric bike. I really hope these bikes make it to production.
Who knew that there was a Mugen bike?
This might be the only time I’ll ever see a Lexus LF-A clutch.
All sorts of people went to the motor show.
Young or old.
Random stuff to find.
Random cars to see.
The show really wasn’t limited to a specific class of cars.
That Jimny is just badass.
Check out the very clean kei car.
Looks like we have quite a long way to go.
You’d have to hand it to the people who make these interiors.
A wild Isuzu bus appears!
Talk about rare.
Brace yourselves for Part 4, coming soon!
In case you missed the previous installments of the 2012 Osaka Motor Show <– check them out here.