Auto Shows

Here TorqueNews covers the international auto and motor shows.
 Toyota GT 86

The FT 86 concept emerges as the Toyota GT 86 during Tokyo Motor Show

The Toyota GT 86 will debut at the Tokyo Motor Show, Dec. 3-11, ending the wait for the one of the most anticipated cars in history. This is the culmination of the FT-86 concept unveiled near the end of 2009, then taken to the next level with the FT-86 II concept in Geneva earlier this year. This is the new Toyota sports car!
Need for Electric Avenue at the 2012 NAIAS just might be fading, too

EV halo effect officially fades with Green Car of the Year at LA Auto Show

Nothing tarnishes a leading automotive halo like multiple auto shows and competing technologies. It produces diminishing media attention; and that’s now beginning to happen to EVs, especially since the Green Car Journal chose Honda's nat-gas propulsion over electricity as the Green Car of the Year at the 2011 LA Auto Show.
Toyota Prius V at 2011 LA Auto Show

Toyota taking tradeshow participation to next level with LA Auto Show

Toyota’s exhibits at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show include social and mobile media apps plus activities allowing attendees to interact with the show in fresh new ways at and around the Los Angeles Convention Center. Download a new smartphone mobile app from Toyota and you can easily navigate through a host of unique programs sponsored by the brand during the show’s run through Nov. 27.
Subaru BRZ STI at 2011 LA Auto Show

The Subaru BRZ STI debuts at the 2011 LA Auto Show

The 2011 LA Auto Show brought the world the first good look of the high performance BRZ STI, Subaru’s offering from the vehicle family developed jointly with Toyota which will yield both Toyota and Subaru models, as well as a Scion model with the production debut slated for all of them planned for the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show.
The BMW i3

The BMW i3 introduces sensibility to the i-series lineup in LA

The BMW i8 is pure awesomeness but in all reality, the majority of those looking to buy electric vehicles are more concerned with range than they are concerned with having 569 horsepower so for the sensible electric luxury city car buyer, the 2011 LA Auto Show holds the key in the form of the new BMW i3.

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