The 2015 Thailand Motor Expo certainly had a lot to offer during our brief visit there. From new vehicles being introduced, to some impressive displays by aftermarket companies, there was a lot to see from the automotive side of things.

As a brief summary, several manufacturers debuted their cars for the Thai market, starting with Mitsubishi and its refreshed Mirage. Mazda itself brought out the CX-3 crossover, while Subaru introduced not one, but two models, the facelifted XV and Levorg.

Honda also unveiled its production-ready BR-V (with matching Modulo bodykit), while Nissan put up the hybrid version of its five-seater X-Trail. For something a little more premium, the Jaguar XE was launched in Thailand as well.

Let’s not forget the aftermarket specials in a country that has a strong liking for pick-up trucks. The Isuzu D-Max Safety Car and Ford Ranger “Raptor” kit are just examples of the strong modding culture in Thailand. Even Toyota modded a Hilux Revo to be exhibited as well.

However, you’ll probably want to dive in below after going through all the car stuff, so proceed ahead.