The 2017 Tokyo motor show is almost upon us, with Japan's big show having slumbered since this time two years ago.

The 2015 Tokyo motor show gave us the tiny Toyota S-FR concept, Nissan's Leaf-previewing IDS show car, the Subaru Impreza concept (now in production) and Viziv Future concept, Daihatsu's quirky Nori Ori and Tempo concepts, and a host of others. Browse our 2015 Tokyo motor show page for more.

What's to come this year? No surprise, it's an entirely Japan-brand affair so far!

Mazda looks set to tease us with yet another rotary sports concept that might never go to production, Honda will unveil a sporty electric coupe with retro flair, Lexus has top-secret plans and Mitsubishi will show what might be its long-anticipated (if not favourably) SUV-styled Evolution successor.

Catch our growing list below, and watch for updates in the weeks ahead as we close in on the late October opening day.

Production cars

Lexus LC F (not confirmed, reported)

Lexus RX seven-seater (not confirmed, reported)

Nissan Leaf (revealed)

Nissan Leaf Nismo (revealed)

Subaru WRX STI S208 (revealed)

Toyota Supra concept (now appears unlikely, unless still secret)

 

Concepts

Daihatsu concepts (revealed)

Honda Sports EV concept (teased)

Honda Urban EV concept (revealed)

Lexus mystery concept (announced)

Mazda 3 preview (teased)

Mazda rotary sports concept (confirmed, not revealed)

Mitsubishi e-Volution concept (teased)

Nissan Juke EV - possibly new-gen preview (not confirmed, reported)

Nissan Z next-gen preview (not confirmed, reported)

Subaru Viziv sports concept (teased)

Suzuki concepts (revealed)

Suzuki Jimny (not confirmed, spied and leaked)

Toyota Century (revealed)

Toyota Corolla successor, or Corolla hot hatch (not confirmed)

Toyota GR HV (revealed)

Toyota Supra concept (now appears unlikely, unless still secret)

 


The 2017 Tokyo motor show will be held from October 27 (press day), and October 28 to November 5 (public days). The show is open from 10:00am to 8:00pm, Monday to Saturday, and 10:00am to 6:00pm on Holidays and Sundays.

CarAdvice will be on the ground at this year’s Tokyo motor show, so stay tuned for our extensive coverage as we bring you all the news, interviews and photos.

What are you looking forward to the most at the show? Tell us in the comments below.