TOKYO AUTO SALON 2011 with NAPAC

19 Jan, 2011

One of the world’s largest custom car convention “Tokyo Auto Salon 2011 with NAPA” was held forthree days on January 14(Fri), 15(Sat), 16(Sun) at Japan Convention Center, Makuhari Messe, International exhibition Hall 1~8 and Event Hall.

During the three days of convention, total of 243,077 visitors, surpassing last year’s visitors attended the convention and closed its door with great popularity and success.
Exhibitors included Corporations, Schools, Organization (auto manufactures, after market parts manufactures, custom shops, auto related corporations, auto trade Schools) and the final number of exhibitors counted 361 entities (Last Year 403 entities). Number of exhibitors decreased due to participation of large auto manufactures.

Final number of cars on display was 626 cars, about the same as last year (Last Year 631 cars) excluding cars that canceled to exhibit.

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The highest award winners by category were:

Concept Vehicle:

Veilside4509GTR

Tuning Car:

Phoenix's Power - R35 GT-R

Sedan:

Artis Type 3D

Minivan/Wagon:

Admiration Ricerato Vellfire

SUV:

Vermilion

K-Car/Compact:

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Import Car:

Rolls Royce Phantom Sports Line Bison Edition by WALD

Ecology:

CR-Z

Additional Highlights included the 2011 D1 Demo:

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