The Tokyo Motor Show is a biennial car show held between October and November for cars and other forms of mobility in Tokyo, Japan. Focusing heavily on technological advancement and concept cars, the Tokyo Motor Show displays all the latest achievements of local Japanese manufacturers, while also serving as a world stage for international brands. It is considered as one of the big five motor shows, along with Detroit, Geneva, Frankfurt and Paris.

The 2019 Tokyo Motor Show will be held at Tokyo Big Sight, and doors open to the public Thursday 24 October, with the show running until Monday 4 November.

Attendees can expect to pay roughly $25 AUD, with doors opening at 9AM. Tours are available at extra cost. This year’s theme is “Open Future” which is said to explore the ‘open-ended scope of possibilities that the exciting new mobility of the future will embody.’

For more information, head to the official Tokyo Motor Show website but be sure to stay tuned to WhichCar.com.au for all the latest updates.