Sunday May 31, 2020

Tokyo show goes biennial

Starting in October 2007, the Tokyo Motor Show will be held every two years instead of annually.

22nd April, 2006

Starting in October 2007, the Tokyo Motor Show will be held every two years instead of annually.

This was the case from 1954 until 1997 after it was decided to have an annual event, alternating yearly between passenger cars, commercial vehicles and motor cycles. But in 2007, the show reverts to the original, all-inclusive format. It is also moving from the present showgrounds in Makuhari New City to a new 830,000 square-foot convention centre in central Tokyo.

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