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Honda and Toyota Display Latest Sports Car Concepts at Tokyo Motor Show

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Honda and Toyota unveiled some rad new sports concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show on Wednesday. Honda's sleek Sports EV puts a retro twist on modern electric sports vehicles. Toyota unveiled a targa top speedster called the GR HV Sports Concept. The new concepts may signify a deeper design shift for the Japanese auto giants, with a greater focus on electric and hybrid vehicles potentially coming in the near future.

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