Nissan Cedrics vs Toyota LiteAce in Daitokai, The Big City


It’s odd to see a mixed-marque car chase in the heavily sponsored world of  Japanese cop shows. Almost as odd as using a Toyota LiteAce as a getaway vehicle when you’re being pursued by a fleet of Nissan Cedrics. But there you have it, in Daitokai, aka The Big City.

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5 Responses to Nissan Cedrics vs Toyota LiteAce in Daitokai, The Big City

  1. E-AT_me said:

    i think i am more confused about why he’s wearing a helmet and steering SO much..

  2. Tyler said:

    E-AT_me:

    1. In case the guy on the roof falls through

    2. Dead fools in the street

  3. coupeZ600 said:

    I love how the cop leaning out the window of the second car never hits the guy in the front car. I don’t know about you, but if a co-worker did that to me, every third round would be right back at him.

    Dead fools in the street indeed.

  4. Nigel said:

    In “The Big City”, only badguys run out of ammo !!

  5. LTDScott said:

    Long time lurker… I figured here is a good place to ask a question about JDM cars, or technically their laws. I’ve seen a few pre early-’70s JDM cars with no amber turn signals in the rear. I believe one of the Cedrics in this video, like PGC-10 GT-Rs, only have red lights in the rear. Thereafter, every JDM car I’ve seen has had amber rear turn signals (as required in the UK and Australia). Was there a change in law in Japan regarding this in the mid ’70s or so?

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