launched their eco-cars, namely the Mirage and Swift, which are set to compete with the Nissan
March and Honda
on display, previously seen in Detroit, Geneva and Tokyo, include the new Mercedes-Benz
'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.