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Honda Motor Co. President Takanobu Ito, right, shows a Honda S660 concept car at the media preview for the Tokyo Motor Show at Tokyo Big Sight convention hall in Tokyo Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013. The biannual exhibition of vehicles in Japan runs for the public from Saturday, Nov. 23 through Dec. 1. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)TOKYO, Nov. 23 (Kyodo) — The 43rd Tokyo Motor Show opened to the public Saturday, with leading automakers showcasing next-generation fuel-cell cars and self-driving vehicles.

A total of 426 passenger and commercial cars as well as two-wheelers are on display at Tokyo Big Sight through Dec. 1.

The Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, the event's organizer, is aiming to equal the number of visitors at the previous show in 2011, which attracted 842,600 people.

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