R&T brings you 5 of the hottest performers on display at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show. By Matt DeLorenzo Photos by John Lamm October 2007 Slideshow: Best of Tokyo >>> www.roadandtrack.com/gallery.aspx?section_id=15§ion_prefix=autoshows&webtrends_section=autoshows&article_id=6099&window_id=1&gallery_id=790&page_number=1&seq=1 Video: 5 Tokyo Performance Icons >>> www.roadandtrack.com/video/index.html?bcpid=717440069&bclid=716073162&bctid=1267613029 The most anticipated launch at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show is Nissan's of the mighty GT-R sports coupe. Promised four years ago by Nissan/Renault chairman Carlos Ghosn, this performance icon is certainly the star of the show, but by no means the only game in town. The Japanese have been at the forefront in developing hot, turbocharged, all-wheel-drive sedans and hatchbacks. Two other icons in their own right, the Mitsubishi Evo and the Subaru WRX STI will take the stage in all-new guises, while Lexus struts its stuff with the LF-A supercar and the BMW M3-slaying IS-F sports sedan.