Tokyo Auto Salon 2015: Day 1, Part 8-Heavy Hitters

As with all other auto shows, there’s going to be some exotic machinery on show but in the Tokyo Auto Salon, there were more than a fair share of these big money rides. We’ve already covered the Lamborghinis from Liberty Walk and Boom Craft, so let’s take a look at just some of the other Heavy Hitters we encountered on our first day.

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How do you one-up your own booth last year which showcased a trio of F40s? How about an F40, F50 and Enzo all sitting together?

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This was Roberuta’s booth showcasing their frontal air-lift systems for this trifecta of exotics.

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VITT Squalo’s hot pink and bedazzled Aventador.

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Proving once again that nothing is sacred when it comes to customizing cars in Japan, Anija’s Zonda S now rocking a blue paint scheme.

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Vorsteiner got to work quickly on the newly launched Huracan.

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Leap Design showcased two really good looking Maseratis. I especially liked what they did with the Ghibli which just looks a little truncated in stock form.

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If you can’t outgun ’em, why not try running over them instead? Mercedes brought out their massive AMG G63 6×6. It was really big.

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A slightly smaller AMG G-wagen, from Fairy Design.

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Italian pair from Rowen.

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Over in the TWS wheels booth, a really good looking Ferrari F12 sat next to yet again, another Lamborghini.

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Also inside TWS, a stunning SLS Black, in white.

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