The Tokyo Motor Show 2020 is one of the world’s foremost motor shows and the best opportunity for the big manufacturers to show off their consumer and to the commercial vehicle range.
The Tokyo Motor Show is held once every two years, and the competition with the Shanghai and Beijing Motor Shows is fierce and this year in 2020 the major Japanese manufacturers are reportedly trying to up the ante with a flurry of much-anticipated concept cars.
Tokyo Motor Show is a biennial auto show which is held in the October–November at the Tokyo Big Sight, Tokyo, Japan for cars, motorcycles and commercial vehicles. So, this Tokyo Motor Show is host by the (JAMA) Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association.
It is a recognized international show by the Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d’Automobiles, and normally sees more concept cars than actual production car introductions which is the reason why the auto press see the show as one of the motor show’s big 5.
History of the Tokyo Motor Show
Tokyo Motor Show initially called as All-Japan Motor Show. And it 1st held in an outdoor venue called Hibiya Park. The show considered a success with 547,000 visitors over 10 days and 254 exhibitors displaying 267 vehicles. But of the number of vehicles, only 17 of them passenger cars as the show dominated by commercial vehicles.
In the 1958 year, due to some construction of a subway and underground parking lot near Hibiya Park. This motor show shifted to the Korakuen Bicycle Racing Track. Certainly, this motor show, as the previous year marred by heavy rain. Thus, in the year of 1959, the event moved indoors to its newly opened Harumi Showplace venue. Finally, this new showplace was 3 times the size of its previous venue.
Tokyo Motor Show 2020 Details
Tokyo Big Sight, 3-11-1 Ariake Koto, Tokyo 135 0063 Japan
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