We’ve saved the best of the Indonesian International Motor Show 2012 for last, as usual, but the great news is that this post isn’t going to be the only one of its kind. Danny was also there at the JI Expo in Jakarta, and he’s got his own cache of photos to share, which he’ll proceed to do so sometime later today or tomorrow (update: he has, and it’s here).

The IIMS can’t be called a huge show, but it’s undoubtedly growing, as is its significance. Honda, which was expected to debut the facelifted CR-Z in Paris, pulled a massive surprise and gave the car its world premiere in Jakarta, and in doing so gave us the means to break the news globally, the very first English-language automotive publication to do so.

It also gave us the honour of being able to share our CR-Z photos and information with many significant publications worldwide. As far as scoops go, this one must surely rank as one of our best.

There was also the debut of the Toyota/Daihatsu twins, the Agya and Ayla, which should shape up as important players in the bustling city car segment in the country. Daihatsu also premiered the UFC Concept, as well as showcased the likes of the Sirion Sport and D-X and D-R concepts. Meanwhile, Subaru unveiled the Malaysian-assembled CKD Subaru XV 2.0i at the event, which runs until this Sunday, September 30.

But enough of that. We all know why you’re here on this particular post, and so we present to you part one of the girls of the IIMS 2012, the photos of which you’ll find after the jump. Like you need to be told, really.