Call them crazy, wacky, eccentric, or just creative. Whatever they are, these cars are sure to grab attention on the showroom floor. Here are some of the top Tokyo showstoppers this year:
Toyota Alphard Hercule
Currently on sale in global markets, the Toyota Alphard luxury MPV is already an odd-looking vehicle. Now, Toyota Auto Body has rebuilt the vehicle to look even quirkier and even more luxurious than before. Inside, you’ll find plush white seats and a champagne setup area in the rear.
The Daihatsu D-base is more than just a funky and strangely good-looking car. It also previews what to expect on the next generation of compact cars from Daihatsu. Blue exterior lighting complements a blue dashboard inside the vehicle.
Nissan Teatro for Dayz
Somewhat reminiscent of the Toyota Fun Vii concept, the Nissan Teatro for Dayz is for those pesky young people more interested in technology than driving. The surfaces on the car’s white interior act as a “clean canvas,” allowing the doors, instrument panel, and seats to project different images. While the concept vehicle is in operation, controls, maps, and other important information light up, and when parked, those controls are hidden and the interior transforms into “a live display for a generation wired for connectivity.”