The world of cars is very versatile. It combines pillars such as culture, economy and environment in a special way, and the result is that the world of cars is full of facts, facts and phenomena that even the biggest car madman in the world does not know. This time we look at Japan in the context of private automobile phenomena. Renault Kangoo has gained a cult status there. Existence com.ludospace It is even celebrated annually.
We have all undoubtedly heard about the Volkswagen GTI meeting on Lake Wörthersee, or about the meetings of hundreds of Lamborghinis, Porsches or Ferraris. That the less exotic are celebrated – fortunately – is of course evident from the presence of the colorful Elk Merk Worthy (EMW) range. Note that Renault Kangoo has become a cult car in Japan. For fourteen years, kango owners and enthusiasts have gathered at the foot of Mount Fuji to celebrate the existence of the functional, and in some ways perhaps even cutesy, French space marvel.
The 14th edition of the event, called Kangoo Jamboree, has now been completed. This time at least two thousand Renault Kangoo cars of different generations headed to Fuji. The event attracted more than five thousand visitors. Remarkably – based on the photos – the Kangoo is quite personal. Practical Renault cars are lowered or mounted on special light alloy, often equipped with interesting roof frames and extensive decal combinations. Renault itself seized the opportunity and introduced the new Grand Kangoo to the Japanese public.
Pictures say more than a thousand words so we keep it limited to just under two hundred words. Attached is a fantastic nearly four hour video of the camp event filmed by Renault’s Japanese branch. Naturally, only Japanese is spoken, but with YouTube’s subtitle function, it’s easy to follow. Although it’s mainly about looking.
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