Mitsubishi and Suzuki launched their eco-cars, namely the Mirage and Swift, which are set to compete with the Nissan March and Honda Brio. Concepts
on display, previously seen in Detroit, Geneva and Tokyo, include the new Mercedes-Benz A-Class, Volvo's new V60, and Toyota's NS4 hybrid. A relatively unknown brand that is looking to expand globally is Japan's Mitsuoka, which used the Bangkok Motor Show to launch an updated version of the ViewT, which Jaguar-like styling has a cult version back home. A refreshed Orochi supercar was also on display looking the business.