Crazy-looking future cars spotted at opening of Tokyo Motor Show

TOKYO, JAPAN - OCTOBER 25:  Toyota Motor Corp. Executive Vice President Didier Leroy, speaks in front of the TOYOTA Concept-i series concept vehicles during the Tokyo Motor Show at Tokyo Big Sight on October 25, 2017 in Tokyo, Japan. The 45th edition of Tokyo Motor Show, which domestic and international automobile manufacturers exhibit their latest products, continues until November 5. (Photo by Tomohiro Ohsumi/Getty Images) Photo: Tomohiro Ohsumi/Getty Images

TOKYO, JAPAN – OCTOBER 25: Toyota Motor Corp. Executive Vice President Didier Leroy, speaks in front of the TOYOTA Concept-i series concept vehicles during the Tokyo Motor Show at Tokyo Big Sight on October 25, 2017 in Tokyo, Japan. The 45th edition of Tokyo Motor Show, which domestic and international automobile manufacturers exhibit their latest products, continues until November 5. (Photo by Tomohiro Ohsumi/Getty Images)

The 45th Tokyo Motor Show has all the appearance of an iPhone unveiling, but there’s more under the hood than meets the eye.

This year, Honda is turning heads with its new Sports EV concept, a car that has an electric power train and artificial intelligence.

Car enthusiasts are hoping the Japanese automaker goes ahead and builds it.

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“It’s very clearly similar in design to the crowd pleaser Honda Urban EV concept we saw at Frankfurt last month, and that car was an electro-future version of a Civic hatchback from the late 1970s,” Jalopnik editor-in-chief Patrick George writes.

For the unaware, the Tokyo Motor Show runs every two years at the Tokyo International Exhibition Center.

See some of the cool cars already unveiled in the gallery above.

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