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Discover Tokyo's Auto Show Room in Japan
The inventions of Japanese technology are well known in Europe. Our watches, TVs, radios and cameras have come from this far eastern country for a long time. In the past few years, more and more Japanese cars can be seen on European roads. The products of automakers like Toyota, Honda, Mitsubishi, Mazda and Subaru reached the standard of their European competitors in know how, safety and beauty. And usually their prices are not higher either.
Japanese care factories have separate production for the domestic market and other markets such as Europe and the Americas therefore in different countries, we can encounter the same brand, but with noticeable differences. What’s more, the cooperation with large American car factories has resulted in shiny models like Infinity, Acura or Lexus. The auto shows in Tokyo provide a real experience for tourists who love technology and automobiles.
As environmental protection is a vital issue in Japan, they continue experiments with alternative fuels. On the market, there are electric, solar cell and hybrid driven cars. Although satellite navigation is just catching on European countries, it's an everyday thing Japan and so are DVD players built into the head rest to the front seats and integrated cell phones.
Japanese car factories experimented first with all-wheel steering which makes parking in a crowded place much easier. More over as an improvement and comfort, the automatic opening of doors and booth is about to be introduced. Reverse radar is not a new thing either working similarly to the active safety radar system which together with AFL curve lights is installed in the newest models.
Kyoto can be reached by express train and makes a pleasant day trip.