The Japanese are known for offbeat, zany or downright insane car commercials, but clearly not all of them would translate to western audiences. International marketing departments have their own way of luring you into the showroom, so we ask:
What’s the best Japanese car commercial from the West?
There are many great ones, but perhaps none that tug so dearly and so triumphantly at your heartstrings as Honda‘s the Impossible Dream.
What say you, dear reader? As always, the most entertaining, well-written, or inspiring comment by next Monday will receive a random JDM toy. Click through to see the winner from last week’s question, “What’s the best car commercial from Japan?“
A great many comments were left, but Benjamin sewed it up with a zing at Mad Max’s expense. Like bert said, “I’m not gonna say that commercial is the best, but your comment sure is! I just died laughing!”
Mel Gibson. My Reason – LEGACY.
Why is this the best Japanese car commercial? A sober Mel Gibson drives through a farmer’s market in a Legacy wagon, and doesn’t run over a single Jew.
Omedetou, sir! Your prize from the JNC gashapon is a Furata Toyota Starlet!