Attendees of this week’s Tokyo Motor Show can expect a more subdued exhibition, as organizers decide to tone down the glitz in the wake of Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in the U.S. The Japan Motor Industrial Federation already has canceled the show’s opening ceremonies, a move some believe will help redirect the spotlight to where it belongs — on the vehicles. And there will be plenty of them. The 35th biannual exhibition will showcase 39 automakers and scores of concepts with an eye toward ...
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