TOKYO — Volkswagen AG, contradicting the dominant Tokyo Motor Show trend for showcasing hybrid technology, chose the show here to unveil the latest chapter in the long-running saga of its W12-engined supercar. Fresh from a record-breaking endurance-speed run at Italy’s Nardo circuit, the W12 again lifts expectations that VW is serious about building a Ferrari rival. In the four years since the yellow W12 roadster first appeared at the 1997 Tokyo show, the project has assumed an ...

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