Fun Japan staff visited TOKYO MOTOR SHOW 2017 to take a look at the “FUN!” we could provide from Japan to you. We are going to introduce a few things here. Stay tuned for our next articles, too. One of the good things about visiting TOKYO MOTOR SHOW is that you can take a look at car which you could not find in the street easily. Sometimes, you can even sit in those cars to take pictures.

Content:

[1] MITSUBISHI e-EVOLUTION CONCEPT ~ the cool design ~
[2] smart BRABUS ~ the tiny powerful toy ~
[3] Mazda Roadster RF ~ The minimal mechanical for the maximum reliability ~
[4] KTC, MITOLOY ~ The trustable Japanese quality car maintenance tools ~

[1] MITSUBISHI e-EVOLUTION CONCEPT~ the cool design ~

This was one of 12 models displayed at Mitsubishi booth. It was so elegant that many visitors keep observing this car for a long time. The rear side of the car is so unique, and impressive! The AI in this car is said to be able to follow the intention of the drive, despite the road condition or weather.

[2] smart BRABUS ~ the tiny powerful toy ~

BRABUS GmbH is a tuning company which specializes in Mercedes-Benz, Smart and Tesla. This “Smart BRABUS Sports” has the design concept of “The smallest size, with the best safety, comfortability, and environmental adaptability”. It is powerful, and small. The minimum turning radius of 3.3m. By the way, the Honda Civic might need 2 meters more (around 5.5m is need) for a U-turn in the road.

[3] Mazda Roadster RF ~ The minimal mechanical for the maximum reliability ~

This is Mazda Roadster (It’s called Mazda MX-5 outside Japan). Let me show you few pictures.

[4] KTC, MITOLOY ~ The trustable Japanese quality car maintenance tools ~

If you do a lot of car maintenance, then KTC should be something you are familiar with. The company name is KTC (KYOTO TOOL CO., LTD.).
Look that those tools. You know that they are not only shinning and nicely design, they are the “Japanese quality” that you could trust on!

MITOLOY is another quality tools maker originally from Japan. The alley key “Stubby Short” series is an unbeatable product in its’ field!

Bonus: The Japanese art, on the steering wheel

It is so astonishing. When you apply the Japanese traditional art Usushi paint onto the steering wheel. I found this at a small booth held by the Joboji Usushi-sangyo

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