Toyota to showcase full model line-up at Convention Center
Toyota, the largest car manufacturer in the world, is organizing a special weekend for car enthusiasts at the Okinawa Convention Center where local dealers display the whole line-up of latest Toyota models sold in Japan plus concept cars never seen before.
The All Toyota Motor Show in Okinawa will be held at Okinawa Convention Center on Saturday and Sunday Feb. 13th and 14th, from 10:00 to 18:00 on both days. Admission is free.
The highlights of the exhibition will be concept car ‘C-HR’ that was on display at Tokyo Motor Show 2015 for the first time in the nation, and is reportedly coming to production late this year. There are also two ’S-FR’ sports car concepts that are shown to the public for the first time in the world.
Toyota’s fuel cell vehicle ‘FCV Plus’ is also something new that few people have seen before.
The new Toyota Prius that hit the market only in December will be displayed in all available colors.
Other attractions include a racing car and its professional driver Morio Nitta, who will have a talk show at 11:00 and 15:00 on both days. His JMS LMcorsa Z4 racing car will be available for visitors to sit in and take a photo. A race queen unit, ‘Garage Girls’ will also be there for a photo shooting event at 11:30, 14:00, 15:30 on both days
A special purpose car for disabled persons will be also on display.
Just looking and visiting the exhibition makes for an interesting day, as there is a used car festival and sale outside of the exhibition hall. Shops offering car supplies and parts are also present at the event.
Also there will also be fun for kids, too. The theme is “Kids, become an engineer”, and children can wear overalls and try engineer work. A balloon performance and bouncy castle will complete the day for the kids.