The 43rd Tokyo Motor Show has opened its doors to the media ahead of the public launch later this week. The show brings together some of the world's biggest names in motoring, with latest models and innovations exhibited.
Staff have made final preparations for the LA Auto Show, which recently opened for a media preview ahead of its public opening this week. Automotive technology takes center stage at the event, with the unveiling of several new vehicles at this year's show. The annual exhibition attracts big name players in the auto world, with thousands of visitors also attending to find out the latest developments in the field.
The new Mini Hatch has been unveiled at Mini's Cowley factory in England. The car, which is due to go on sale in spring 2014 and will be built in Oxford, is 10cm longer than the current Mini and 77cm longer than the original version of the iconic car.
Car enthusiasts congregated for the Royal Automobile Club's annual Veteran Car Run in Hyde Park, London. Around 500 pre-1905 cars took part in the annual 60-mile drive from Hyde Park in central London to the seafront on the Sussex resort of Brighton. It is the longest running motoring event in the world, and attracts entrants from across the globe.
Enthusiasts have attended the 21st Indonesian International Motor Show, which this year featured 35 automotive brands and more than 275 supporting industries, centred on the the theme of 'Smart Vehicle Mobility', with a number of exhibitions featuring environmentally-friendly vehicles, fuel-efficient, clean technology, an affordable prices.