Cars you may have missed at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show

A look at some of the more unusual cars you may have missed at the Tokyo Motor Show

All motor shows have areas where things get a bit odd, and Tokyo is known for some of the craziest. The 2017 event featured less bizarre creations than some in the past, but there was still a few weird and wonderful creations hidden away. 

We've seen all of the big concepts from established brands, and for a reminder of those you can check out our Tokyo Motor Show coverage. Here, though, you can see the stuff that may have passed you by, and some of the oddities tucked away at the back of the halls. 

Yamaha and Suzuki are of course pretty well known, but with everything from funky kei cars to three-wheeled motorbikes on their stands there's plenty to see. Elsewhere, there's a number of smaller companies with lower budget stands trying to make a name for themselves, and it's got to be distinctive to get noticed.

Click through our gallery above to have a look at the weirdest things we could find in the Tokyo show halls. 

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