TOKYO – The 41st Tokyo Motor Show will be a low-key event with fewer concept cars, smaller exhibits and no foreign participants outside the supplier halls. Still, some gems will be on display. At the top of the list are near-production versions of Honda Motor Co. Ltd.’s hybrid sports car, the CR-Z, and Toyota Motor Corp.’s new midrange coupe, the FT-86, developed jointly with Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. Also on tap is Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.’s remodeled Fuga luxury sedan, sold in the ...

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