The Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, Inc. (JAMA) will hold the 46th Tokyo Motor Show 2019 over a period of 12 days from October 24 through November 4.
With OPEN FUTURE as its theme and with the participation of 186 companies and organizations from seven countries around the world, the show will offer thrilling vehicle displays and entertaining events, and also
enable visitors to see what mobility will look like and how it will be integrated into the urban living experience of the not-so-distant future.
The OPEN FUTURE concept vividly reflects the open-ended scope of possibilities that the exciting future of mobility will embody, in addition to the basic enjoyment that motor vehicles and motorcycles provide to their users.
This year’s show will demonstrate that the potential of the future is always expanding at the Tokyo Motor Show.
Among the show’s attractions are the Drive Park, a designated area for hands-on fun with different kinds of vehicles.
Events and activities held here will appeal to a broad public, not just to established car and bike enthusiasts, and will include test drives of latest-model cars and bikes, stage events, and demonstration runs.
Racing and custom-built cars will also be put on display with the collaboration of Tokyo Auto Salon and MotorSports Japan-The official Japan premiere of the FAI Drone Race (tentative), with world-class players competing at high speed in nighttime skies.
The Open Road zone, on the other hand, is a 1.5 km-long showcase that will link the Ariake and Aomi areas in the show’s venue.
Personal/micro-mobility models will help you on your journey along the Open Road, where exhibits and displays will feature wide-ranging examples of land/sea/air mobility.
Lastly, the Future Expo event in the MEGAWEB venue, is where visitors can have a “typical day in the near future” experience.
Participating in the exhibit will be 61 companies an organizations, including members of the All Japan Business Committee such as NTT, Panasonic, NEC, and Fujitsu.
Visitors will view and interact with the more than 100 items and cutting-edge technologies and services on display. In the Aomi Exhibition Hall, an “imaginary city at work” will be set up, in collaboration with KidZania, where children will don the uniforms and “perform” the work of specific professions in the services
In addition, also at MEGAWEB, various exciting, high-profile e-Motorsports competitions featuring the use of “Gran Turismo Sport” PlayStation software will be held including the global FIA Gran Turismo Championship 2019 World Tour 5 competition in which top players from all over the world will gather to race at the highest level, the Under-18 All Japan Championships pitting against one another all 47 of the winners of the preliminary competitions held regionally throughout Japan, the “TMS2019 Exhibiting Manufacturers’ Competition,” and the “One-Make” races (e.g., the “GR Supra GT-CUP” final) in which all the competitors drive the
same specific vehicle model.
The 46th Tokyo Motor Show 2019 will run from October 24 through November 4, 2019, at the Aomi Area–Open Road–Ariake Area
(including Tokyo Big Sight, Aomi/West/South Exhibition Halls, MEGAWEB, Symbol Promenade Park, Drive Park) in Tokyo, Japan.
For more information, visit www.tokyo-motorshow.com/en/.