For me, the carpark was actually the best part of Tokyo Auto Salon, and I’ll get into the why in the full post. But that’s not to say that what I saw inside the North, West, Central and East halls was dull. Oh, quite the contrary.
Trying to make head or tail of the behemoth that is TAS was daunting to say the least. Luckily, I had show veteran Dino on hand to make clear some of the key points of the extravaganza, which helped me to focus my attention and make some sense of it all.
When I met up with him backstage at the Yokohama booth, Dino had already spent the Thursday (event set up) and Friday (media day) at the show, so hats off to him for still being able to physically stand on days three and four (the main public event days).
Dino had noticed a strong kyusha presence this year, so that became a big focus of my coverage. I’ll also be showing you some of the weird kei cars and other oddities that Tokyo Auto Salon is famous for.
As far as I know, Dino will be geeking out over a lot of the new tech that was on display, as well as various spotlights on his favourite builds. So strap yourself in, this is going to be mega.
I can’t wait to start sorting through the hundreds of photos that I took, and I’m sure Dino will be doing the same. Although please allow me a long hot soak in a bath and at least three hours sleep first…
The 2022 Tokyo Auto Salon on Speedhunters
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