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These are the weirdest and most wonderful creations from the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show

The Tokyo Motor Show is currently underway at the Tokyo Big Sight and is giving the world a glimpse of the future of transportation.

This year the theme of the show is “Beyond the Motor” as automakers continue to explore alternate methods of propulsion and autonomous driving.

There are always weird, wacky and wonderful creations on display, so we’ve brought you some of the best.

2017 Tokyo Motor Show

Honda has plans to electrify two-thirds of its global vehicle sales by 2030. Check out the Honda Sports EV Concept:

Ini dia mobil konsep masa depan Honda bernama Honda Sports EV Concept. Bertenaga listrik namun sporty. #otodriver #japantrip #hondasportsevconcept

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And the Honda EV Concept:

Honda EV Concept

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Lexus showed off a new limousine which feature autonomous driving on highways:

Mazda revealed a new Mazda 3 for 2019 and striking concepts for the KAI and VISION COUPE

This is the one you've been waiting for, right? #mazda3 concept! CarAdvice.com for details. #tokyomotorshow #tms2017

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Not sure what Mitsubishi is up to here. At least it’s environmentally friendly:

Nissan’s IMx is a zero-emission autonomous all-electric offering:

Subaru is working on this new Viziv Performance concept:

Here is the Toyota TJ Cruiser and the wild Concept-I featuring AI which analyses the emotions of drivers:

The Flesby has airbags on the outside. Isn’t it cute?

Daihatsu was all about variety. It came up with this very cool car:

And this not so cool one:

The Suzuki e-Survivor will be perfect for roaming the post-Trump wasteland of 2020:

And Italian design firm Zagato came up with the extremely sexy Iso Rivolta, which will be available to drive in the PS4 game Gran Turismo Sport.

The show began on Friday October 27 and will run until Sunday November 5.

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Stefan is an Adelaide-based freelance writer. In his spare time, he plays tennis badly, collects vinyl and brushes up on his Mandarin. Follow Stefan on Twitter

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