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.
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?
This was Roberuta’s booth showcasing their frontal air-lift systems for this trifecta of exotics.
VITT Squalo’s hot pink and bedazzled Aventador.
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.
Vorsteiner got to work quickly on the newly launched Huracan.
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.
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.
A slightly smaller AMG G-wagen, from Fairy Design.
Italian pair from Rowen.
Over in the TWS wheels booth, a really good looking Ferrari F12 sat next to yet again, another Lamborghini.
Also inside TWS, a stunning SLS Black, in white.