Fear and Loathing in Japan: the Lamborghini tuneados of the bad guys of Tokio
When you thought you'd seen it all, we still Japan has lots of treats about that, sometimes healthy, sometimes detestable, fondness for tuning. Unfortunately, this time we have to speak the second case. Yakuza, of Bosozoku, Japanese for a Lamborghini series is too mainstream and an Italian sports beautiful with more lights than a simply cool. carnival We'll talk about another way to understand the fun and very different life style, a cultural gap irremediable perhaps incomprehensible from our mentality.
Morohoshi-san is a very interesting producer Maiham Media type, a man who defines himself as a criminal, not beating about further ado, leader of one of the gangs that control the underworld of Tokyo. And it is that, beyond professing devotion Japanese for their cars, historically the tuning became one of the hallmarks of three mobsters fourth and meteoric rise to gangsters in control of his own yakuza clan.
Before reading further we recommend that, at the risk of bringing ruin on Sunday, only see these videos at your own risk.
Bosozoku became the tuning with tattoos in one of the hallmarks of mobsters rising to control his yakuza clan.
That obsession publicly declare their membership of a criminal gang, he was born the Bosozoku, the darker side of Japanese tuning and usually focused on customizing motorcycles. For a yakuza, their means of personal transportation is a hallmark of most, handcrafted as tattoos on his back. Mr. Morohoshi recognized that this tradition of customizing motorcycles switched to sports tuning. And one thing led to another. Posts to make noise and attract attention, why not do a Lamborghini Diablo GT with a bright display obscene?
Worst of all is that of Morohoshi-san is not an isolated case, nor the most disturbing and horrific. Dozens of Lamborghini owners, badly tuned, They meet regularly to show the latest follies they have done on your machine and scandalize drivers found with this striking caravan circus of horrors on the roads on the outskirts of Tokyo.
If anyone had any doubt, the creators of this video warn that much less want to make excuses for the illegal activities of its protagonist. Luckily, passion and devotion of many Japanese for their machines do not always leads them to do these crazy things. And before the psychological damage that we have caused you with these videos is always remember the story of those proud owners of a sports Le Mans and more specifically that got homologated for the road a Porsche 962. This video was also produced by Maiham Media.
And because after all this still keep hope in the car culture of the country of the Rising Sun will try to facilitate their redemption with the following video from now keep in your favorites list.
Source: Maiham Media | via The Verge
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