TOKYO — Japanese automakers displayed an eclectic array of automobiles at this year's Tokyo Motor Show, offering everything from hi-tech to high camp, much of it aimed at a new generation of techno-savvy, gadgetry-minded new carbuyers' set. A total of 287 companies from 15 countries participated in the show. Concept cars ranged from green and quiet to boxy and fun. Notables included: Toyota Motor Corp.'s WiLL Vi 4-door minicar, created by the company's Virtual Venture Co. and aimed ...

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