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To reiterate what Editor-in-Chief Neff said in our LA Auto Show wrap-up from earlier today, let's never do this whole two-major-shows-in-one-week thing ever again. Oh sure, we handled it, doing our whole obsessively kicking butt thing on a global scale. But here we are, Friday evening, and we're spent.

What proved interesting to see this week was just how different the Tokyo Motor Show was from its LA counterpart. In California, we were treated to a host of new products from domestic automakers, largely with a focus on production intent designs. In Japan, however, things got a whole lot weirder, with far more in the way of fanciful concepts and general oddities. Of course, that's just our opinion - be sure to tell us what you found awesome/awful in Comments.

We've got our whole mess of Tokyo coverage neatly organized in the table below, so take a look back to catch anything you may have missed. Don't forget about our LA roundup, as well.

We obsessively covered the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 22 Nov 2013 19:30:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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