Preston Tucker's car company didn't last long. Only 51 of these cars were produced before Tucker closed up shop in 1949. Of those, a surprising 47 still exist.
Tucker wanted his car to be the most advanced and safest on the road, so he crated a rear-engined car with disc brakes, fuel injection, and a padded dashboard, all rarities at the time.
From sporty coupes you'll soon see on the highway, to wild concept cars featuring augmented reality, Japan's big car show has something for everybody.
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