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TRANSLOGIC 32: Japan, Modding

We travel to Japan for a look at some of the most innovative, interesting and insane forms of transportation in the world. First up: modding culture. The Japanese don't just modify their cars for performance and style, they trick out their scooters and cargo vans as well! http://translogic.aolautos.com/


 


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YikeBike | TRANSLOGIC
Watch Next Ep. Here: http://goo.gl/BoVVnM Before we depart the UK for the rest of our European tour, we had to check out the YikeBike. Hardcore fans of the show will recall this personal mobility device from TRANSLOGIC 5 where it confounded our hosts. But after more than a year to refine their concept, we wanted to give YikeBike's 2-wheeled wonder another chance. We're glad we did. Subscribe For New TRANSLOGIC Videos: http://bit.ly/YPxiSb About 'TRANSLOGIC': Navigating the latest in transportation technology, TRANSLOGIC explores where mass transit, concept cars, electric vehicles and new transportation converge.  Get more TRANSLOGIC Read: http://translogic.aolautos.com/ Like: https://www.facebook.com/aoltranslogic Follow: https://twitter.com/aoltranslogic





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Watch Next Ep. Here: http://goo.gl/zSwl9k We're taking the show on the road again, stopping at locations all over the UK and Europe. We start in Surrey, England to drive a prototype of the Lightning GT electric supercar. Featuring a twin-motor RWD system and advanced lithium-titanate batteries, this GT EV hopes to capture lightning in a bottle with specs that will strike fear into performance-electric manufacturers the world over. Subscribe For New TRANSLOGIC Videos: http://bit.ly/YPxiSb About 'TRANSLOGIC': Navigating the latest in transportation technology, TRANSLOGIC explores where mass transit, concept cars, electric vehicles and new transportation converge.  Get more TRANSLOGIC Read: http://translogic.aolautos.com/ Like: https://www.facebook.com/aoltranslogic Follow: https://twitter.com/aoltranslogic





Japan Car Mod Gangs - Kaido (Highway) Racer III
A strange phenomenon occured in the 80s - the birth of the car modding genre "Kaido Racer". Kaido means Highway in Japanese. The idea was to take a regular car and make it colorful, as wildly modded as possible and often as noisy as possible. The modding isnt to make the car better - it is to take a car and turn it into a public offense. The idea was to essentially rebel against the law - the cars are illegally modded with huge tailpipes that often run directly from the engine block, massive spoilers that jut out to the point of being absurd. This modding style was popular around the Tokyo area in the 80s and like most Japanese trends, evntually died out in the larger centers....but trickled into the countryside and remained in small pockets of Japan. This footage was taken from an event that took place in Ibaragi Prefecture in 2007... a countryside province of Japan - nothing but rice fields, simple people and idiots like these guys... These car enthusiasts are usually lower income manual labour countryside types - bricklayers, builders, mechanics and such. "Hicks" would be a suitable term to describe them simply. The premise is to drive up and down the highway making a nuisance of themselves... revving the engine noisily, hanging out the window, driving slowly, swerving all over the road, causing obstructions and being defiant toward the police. Rebellion born into a very peculiar form of expression. The funniest part is that these guys are dead serious about it. This isn't funny to them - It's a lifestyle.





Japan Car Mod Gangs - Kaido (Highway) Racer I
A strange phenomenon occured in the 80s - the birth of the car modding genre "Kaido Racer". Kaido means Highway in Japanese. The idea was to take a regular car and make it colorful, as wildly modded as possible and often as noisy as possible. The modding isnt to make the car better - it is to take a car and turn it into a public offense. The idea was to essentially rebel against the law - the cars are illegally modded with huge tailpipes that often run directly from the engine block, massive spoilers that jut out to the point of being absurd. This modding style was popular around the Tokyo area in the 80s and like most Japanese trends, evntually died out in the larger centers....but trickled into the countryside and remained in small pockets of Japan. This footage was taken from an event that took place in Ibaragi Prefecture in 2007... a countryside province of Japan - nothing but rice fields, simple people and idiots like these guys... These car enthusiasts are usually lower income manual labour countryside types - bricklayers, builders, mechanics and such. "Hicks" would be a suitable term to describe them simply. The premise is to drive up and down the highway making a nuisance of themselves... revving the engine noisily, hanging out the window, driving slowly, swerving all over the road, causing obstructions and being defiant toward the police. Rebellion born into a very peculiar form of expression. The funniest part is that these guys are dead serious about it. This isn't funny to them - It's a lifestyle.





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TRANSLOGIC 17: Nissan Leaf
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Jetsprint Racing | TRANSLOGIC
Watch Next Ep. Here: http://goo.gl/8TBrjb If you thought H1 Unlimited was the craziest motorsport on water, then you've probably never seen a Jetsprint race. While not as fast as their hydroplane counterparts, sprint boats are plenty nimble. The winding waters and twisted trenches of Jetsprint courses rarely occur naturally, so competitors actually dig the 3 foot deep channels themselves. Subscribe For New TRANSLOGIC Videos: http://bit.ly/YPxiSb About 'TRANSLOGIC': Navigating the latest in transportation technology, TRANSLOGIC explores where mass transit, concept cars, electric vehicles and new transportation converge.  Get more TRANSLOGIC Read: http://translogic.aolautos.com/ Like: https://www.facebook.com/aoltranslogic Follow: https://twitter.com/aoltranslogic





Transportation Tech In Europe And Japan | TRANSLOGIC
Watch Next Ep. Here: http://goo.gl/gJqE4N We've traveled all over Europe and Japan in search of the latest in transportation technology. Along the way we've encountered some innovative and unusual forms of transit, from personal mobility devices, to advanced train systems, to crazy concept cars. Here's what we've learned from our studies abroad. Subscribe For New TRANSLOGIC Videos: http://bit.ly/YPxiSb About 'TRANSLOGIC': Navigating the latest in transportation technology, TRANSLOGIC explores where mass transit, concept cars, electric vehicles and new transportation converge.  Get more TRANSLOGIC Read: http://translogic.aolautos.com/ Like: https://www.facebook.com/aoltranslogic Follow: https://twitter.com/aoltranslogic





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Jetman Yves Rossy | TRANSLOGIC 94 | AOL Autos
Subscribe to AOL Autos Today: http://bit.ly/YPxiSb Watch The Latest From AOL Autos Here: http://goo.gl/rLvKB **** More Below **** Jetman Yves Rossy isn't waiting for the promise of personal flight to come to him--he's jumping out of a plane after it! We head to Bex, Switzerland to catch up with Yves and his jet-powered carbon wing. AOL Autos enables you to search millions of car listings, compare car specs and prices, and read car reviews from owners and experts. Our love and passion for everything auto can be seen at http://autos.AOL.com/ and in our original series 'TRANSLOGIC' (http://goo.gl/NPTrk) and 'Techsplanations' (http://goo.gl/48rH0). AOL Autos video property is a part of the AOL On Network. Get more AOL Autos Read: http://autos.AOL.com/ Like: http://www.facebook.com/AOLautos Follow: https://twitter.com/AOLAUTOS





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