It’s not just Honda and Toyota that will have an official presence at the upcoming 2017 Tokyo Auto Salon – Mazda will also be exhibiting a number of vehicles at Japan’s premiere tuning and customisation show, based on the latest vehicles in its lineup.

The new CX-5 SUV and MX-5 RF will be the stars of the stand at the Makuhari Messe, and alongside the standard models, Mazda will also showcase customised versions of the two cars, replete with subtle bodykits and larger wheels (BBS alloys in the case of the MX-5 RF).

Also slated to be displayed are tuned versions of the Mazda 2 and CX-3, both of which were updated a few months ago with the inclusion of G-Vectoring Control. There will also be the Global Mazda MX-5 Cup Car, which is seemingly becoming a yearly inclusion to Mazda’s TAS exhibits.

Last but not least is an MX-5 that has been painted in a shade of Classic Red – the solid hue, different from Mazda’s current signature Soul Red Metallic, has been a popular choice for buyers of previous MX-5s.