The presence of premium car manufacturer BMW at the 43rd Tokyo Motor Show 2013 will be marked by an aesthetical highlight in the mid-range segment, a new age of individual mobility and some amazing standpoints for immensely pleasurable sporty driving.
The Tokyo Motor Show is considered to be one of the major motor shows of the globe, allowing automobile manufacturers from all across the world in general and from Japan in particular to showcase some of their latest vehicles and to gain attention of potential customers, who keep an eye on the event through media.
The Tokyo Motor Show is organized after every two years and in the previous edition of the show in 2011, about 850,000 visitors attended the event. Starting from November 22, the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show will continue till December 1, 2013, at the Big Sight International Exhibition Centre.
BMW is all set to present BMW i3, a purely electrically powered vehicle, and BMW i8, a plug-in hybrid car in the event.
On top of that, the popular automobile manufacturer will use this platform for the world premiere of the BMW 4 Series Convertible, which is an amazing open-top car, a dream come true for people who enjoy open-air driving. This four-seater stands out noticeably from the mid-range models of the BMW 3 Series, due to its specific design vocabulary. A remarkably expressing presence has been achieved in the BMW 4 Series Convertible through an increase in size as compared the previous models and some unique aesthetics.
Furthermore, some of the most amazing vehicles like the latest BMW X5, the BMW Concept Active Tourer Outdoor and the BMW R nineT will be show in an Asian car show for the first time.
BMW, however, will be facing intense competition from other car makers from different countries and it remains to be seen which brand gains maximum appreciation of the visitors.