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2015 Tokyo Motor Show to return to October after schedule mishap

The Tokyo Motor Show, accidentally booked last year to overlap with shows in Los Angeles and Guangzhou, will return to its traditional late October slot in 2015 in a bid to boost overseas attendance.  » READ

Whose BladeGlider: A legal sword fight


One last look at some key models introduced at the Tokyo Motor Show


Design of Nissan's BladeGlider draws from Le Mans cars


They're back: Japan automakers target U.S. sales records


Unveiled at Tokyo, Lexus RC's 2 choices: Green or souped-up mean


Honda seeks stronger Acura


Mitsubishi plans plug-in hybrid version of crossover


'15 GT-R Nismo boosts power, comfort


Toyota, Subaru board turbo train for downsized power


BMW 4-series goes topless in Tokyo, L.A.


Nissan IDx evokes an old Datsun to reach teenagers


Subaru boss spurns convertible BRZ, FR-S


Sleek Mitsubishi XR-PHEV Concept previews next Outlander Sport


Lexus RC offers 2 choices: Powerful or green


Nissan promises a faster, quieter GT-R


American Honda boss says Acura is his greatest challenge


Honda's next NSX to feature three-motor hybrid system with twin-turbo V-6


Honda readies new turbocharged engines, 8-speed dual-clutch transmission


Lexus expects global sales record of more than 520,000 units this year


Infiniti comes home to Japan -- sort of


Toyoda touts Tokyo show as high-tech hub


Japanese brands to embrace the small, the sporty and the futuristic


Jaguar gives look at F-Type coupe before shows


Nissan shows delta-wing concept for city streets


Toyota goes futuristic at Tokyo show


Subaru to show sports tourer concept in Tokyo


Mitsubishi focuses on utilities, hybrids at Tokyo show


Subaru to debut sports tourer concept in Tokyo


Glimpse of Honda's future in Tokyo


Honda goes small, sporty at Tokyo show


20 years after debut, Isuzu VehiCross designers reunite


Lexus RC 350 coupe to debut in Tokyo


Lexus RC 350 to debut at Tokyo show, arrive in U.S. late next year


Scheduler's horror: 1 week, 3 auto shows


Again, Tokyo show a no-go for Detroit 3


Tokyo show gets rebranded as a technology fest