Japanese Girls Take Screaming Lambo Joyrides

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Because Monster Energy never made a sequel to Boobkhana! Part 1 – and yes, we do keep tabs on you mister Block – we took it upon ourselves to find another video where Japanese girls are strapped to a powerful car and frightened into screaming. You guys should grab a cup of coffee and get ready for yet another reaction video.
The girls in our video are not quite as well endowed as Rui Kiriyama from Monster Energy's clip, but we like them anyway. They're wearing Cosplay attire, which makes this feel even more like a scene from Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift.

This clip was shot this spring by Steevie333, a guy who's famous on Youtube for his coverage of the Lamborghini Midnight Lights Run, basically a gathering of the craziest tuned supercars you've ever seen.

You've got that in this video as well, as one of the scenes is shot in an old Murcielago that's covered in glitter and has a Bosozoku-style body kit. And when is the last time you saw a shiny purple leather interior like that?

Rumor has it that these rich Lamborghini owners are affiliated with the Yakuza, that they're pimps and money launderers. Purple might be a pimp color in a figurative sense of the word, but we don't think people who chop fingers and wear full-body tattoos actually find time to drift Lamborghinis.

Shot in April at the Fuji Speedway, this reaction video has to be among the first where the Aventador Roadster's V12 engine is thrashed into producing a cloud of smoke and rubber. Of course, if you're interested in that sort of stuff, why not check out our review of the car.

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Mihnea's favorite cars have already been built, the so-called modern classics from the '80s and '90s. He also loves local car culture from all over the world, so don't be surprised to see him getting excited about weird Japanese imports, low-rider VWs out of Germany, replicas from Russia or LS swaps down in Florida.
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