Tokyo Motor Show: Honda Gold Wing F6C, Kawasaki 'J', Suzuki Recursion, Suzuki EXTRIGGER, Toyota FV2, Toyota i-Road

Thu Nov 21 2013, 15:30 hrs
Toyota Motor Corp President Akio Toyoda (L) poses on Honda's new Gold Wing F6C motorcycle with Honda Motor Co's President and Chief Executive Officer Takanobu Ito after a Honda presentation at the 43rd Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo November 20, 2013. Fourteen Japanese and 18 overseas carmakers and motorbike manufacturers are participating in the Tokyo Motor Show, which kicked off on Wednesday for the media. (Reuters)
Toyota Motor Corp President Akio Toyoda (L) poses on Honda's new Gold Wing F6C motorcycle with Honda Motor Co's President and Chief Executive Officer Takanobu Ito after a Honda presentation at the 43rd Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo November 20, 2013. Fourteen Japanese and 18 overseas carmakers and motorbike manufacturers are participating in the Tokyo Motor Show, which kicked off on Wednesday for the media. (Reuters)
Kawasaki Heavy Industries' concept electric tricycle "J" is seen at the 43rd Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo November 20, 2013. (Reuters)
Kawasaki Heavy Industries' concept electric tricycle "J" is seen at the 43rd Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo November 20, 2013. (Reuters)
Suzuki Motor Corp's motorcycle Recursion is seen at the 43rd Tokyo Motor Show November 20, 2013. (Reuters)
Suzuki Motor Corp's motorcycle Recursion is seen at the 43rd Tokyo Motor Show November 20, 2013. (Reuters)
Suzuki Motor Corp's electric motorcycle EXTRIGGER is seen at the 43rd Tokyo Motor Show November 20, 2013. (Reuters)
Suzuki Motor Corp's electric motorcycle EXTRIGGER is seen at the 43rd Tokyo Motor Show November 20, 2013. (Reuters)
A Toyota FV2 concept car is displayed at the media preview for the Tokyo Motor Show. (AP)
A Toyota FV2 concept car is displayed at the media preview for the Tokyo Motor Show. (AP)
Toyota Motor Corp's Toyota i-Road is seen at the 43rd Tokyo Motor Show, November 20, 2013. (Reuters)
Toyota Motor Corp's Toyota i-Road is seen at the 43rd Tokyo Motor Show, November 20, 2013. (Reuters)