After a few years of absence, we visited the Japan Mobility Show (formerly Tokyo Motorshow) at Tokyo Big Sight. Wasn't easy to get tickets!
As you will see in some pictures, it was pretty packed! That shows the interest of the public for mobility solutions which go beyond the current state of the art.
The show, obviously, focuses on Japanese car makers, here you have a shoot of Suzuki's stand. But there were also a number of foreign OEMs, especially in the area of Electric Vehicles.
A very impressive stand was Nissan's, showing both the newest technologies, particularly about integration of Intelligent Mobility and EV mobility, and very attractive sports models (of cars, I mean).
The interest was huge, as you can see in this picture.
All in all, a very fruitful day getting to know the latest trends in mobility.
Let me add here that, even I don't have a picture of it, the area of comercial vehicles, including small trucks and buses, gave us quite an indication on where the industry is going. While sales of private vehicles include to some extent a customer's personal image and prestige, comercial vehicles always focus on efficiency and cost.