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The Tokyo Motor Show opened its car doors to the press on Wednesday with automakers showcasing the latest in vehicular technology, from every stripe of eco-friendliness to early prototypes of self-driving cars and touchscreen panels.

Staff open the doors of the Nissan Teatro for Dayz at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show 2015, which continues until Nov. 8.
Staff open the doors of the Nissan Teatro for Dayz at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show 2015, which continues until Nov. 8. | SATOKO KAWASAKI
A visitor takes a spin in one-person vehicle in a corner of the Tokyo Motor Show showcases the
A visitor takes a spin in one-person vehicle in a corner of the Tokyo Motor Show showcases the ‘micro mobility’ vehicles of various carmakers. | SATOKO KAWASAKI
The 44th Tokyo Motor Show will showcase about 400 cars and motorcycles, with 76 appearing in public for the first time.
The 44th Tokyo Motor Show will showcase about 400 cars and motorcycles, with 76 appearing in public for the first time. | SATOKO KAWASAKI
Toyota Motor Corp. President Akio Toyoda gets happy as Miami Marlins baseball player Ichiro Suzuki looks on during a presentation at the Tokyo Motor Show on Wednesday. 
Toyota Motor Corp. President Akio Toyoda gets happy as Miami Marlins baseball player Ichiro Suzuki looks on during a presentation at the Tokyo Motor Show on Wednesday.  | YOSHIAKI MIURA
Honda CEO Takahiro Hachigo presents Honda
Honda CEO Takahiro Hachigo presents Honda’s stock model of the fuel cell vehicle, Clarity at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show. | YOSHIAKI MIURA
The three-seater Kikai from Toyota is all about transparency.
The three-seater Kikai from Toyota is all about transparency. | YOSHIAKI MIURA
The Lexus RX 450h fits neatly into premium brand
The Lexus RX 450h fits neatly into premium brand’s crossover SUVs. | SATOKO KAWASAKI
The world premiere of Toyoto
The world premiere of Toyoto’s FCV Plus, a concept car that is fueled by compressed hydrogen. | SATOKO KAWASAKI
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn presents this company
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn presents this company’s latest line at the Tokyo Motor Show, which runs until Nov. 8 at Tokyo Big Sight. | YOSHIAKI MIURA
Nissan
Nissan’s silver self-driving IDS Concept electric vehicle, unveiled at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show, can be driven in either manual or automatic mode. | YOSHIAKI MIURA
With its show-stealing RX-Vision, Mazda is aiming to revive its development of cars powered by rotary engines.
With its show-stealing RX-Vision, Mazda is aiming to revive its development of cars powered by rotary engines. | SATOKO KAWASAKI