Updated: Jan 15, 2020
The 2020 edition of the Tokyo Auto Salon, one of the world's biggest custom and modified car shows, was held this year from January 10th to 12th. The heavies such as Honda (Mugen), Nissan (Nismo), Subaru (STI) Mazda, Mitsubishi, Suzuki and Toyota (TRD) made their presence known while heavyweight car customizer Liberty Walk unveiled a full dry wide carbon bodykit for the Nissan GT-R and also had collaborations with street fashion brands A Bathing Ape and Anti Social Social Club. Racing legends Ken Block, Mike Whiddett and Keiichi Tsuchiya made appearances at the exhibition.
Other events included a Super GT Auction, special live performances from Japanese artists, Rally Japan and the return of the D1 Drift Demo-Run after a one year absence.
Finally, race queens added extra eye candy to the festivities which honestly was one of the main drawing points for some attendees to the event,