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2000 Geschenk Kunai Special

or in this case the Tokushu, the Japanese word for Special

Wait a minute that brand is German!

Ah , yes indeed it is but a small ʲᵘˢᵗ ʷʳᶦᵗᵗᵉⁿ fact about Geschenk, that a few cars where allocated production in a factory in Japan, a daring move, the executives gave them total creative control to do whatever they desired to create, and in the year 2000, they made a special version of the old Kunai model from the 90s, The 𝗦𝗽𝗲𝗰𝗶𝗮𝗹

Oookay so what's so special then?

I’m glad you asked. Well for starters it looks a bit different, and it has different rims, also the seating arrangement is different. It has one front seat and a bench seat on the back for a total of seating for 4. The power plant is from Yama𝐦𝐚, a 2 liter turbo engine, ready to roll! ᵃⁿᵈ ᵈᵃˢˢᶦᵗ

So is it JDM?

it was in Japan yes, also the name weeb-ish. In addition it was sold in other regions like Australia, New Zealand, UK, Europe.
but not the USA

Is it Schport?

ᴵ ᶜᵒᵘˡᵈⁿ'ᵗ ᵇᵒᵗʰᵉʳᵉᵈ ᵗᵉˢᵗᶦⁿᵍ ᶦᵗ ᶦᵗ ᵖʳᵒᵇᵃᵇˡʸ ᵍᵒᵉˢ ᶠᵃˢᵗ

It is RWD however and tuned by a complete racing noob.

*interior is not included


How will the defendant plead?


Guilty, by butchering the English language, and not understanding how courts work


So here it is… The Reduit Automotive GSR515461

Right here in front of your eyes, is the 7.1L of V12 magnificence from a 1926 daimler encased in pure 100% Japanese fibre glass and finished of in your choice of blue…


BCT cars it’s opening to new markets with this car, The nexus. A sport car designed to be a nexus between the road and you. 2.5L engine producing 228hp. RWD, geared diff, 6 close ratio manual gearbox, sport kit, tyres, suspension tuning, interior… etc, all of this with a total weight of 1250kg
Two front and two rear seats makes this car able to be used as your daily car, with an average fuel comsumption of 12,5L/100kms, who said that a sport car has to be a thirsty beast?

get your nexus now for 22646 dollars

The NeXuS of everything


Everybody knows that Japan did not build its reputation as an automotive superpower solely by building sports cars and supercars; rather, they made affordable, economic and reliable cars for the masses…cars that were dependable, easy to drive and solidly built, like this 2000 Taikutsuna Kuruma V6:

It’s quiet, comfortable and efficient, with seating for five and a PREMIUM sound system with CD player. The Karuma has a proven and reliable 3.0-litre, 190-horsepower V6 engine, driving the front wheels through a five-speed automatic transmission. All of these features means the Karuma V6 should provide its owners with many years and hundreds of thousands of kilometres of trouble-free motoring.

But that’s not the car you’re getting in this challenge…



Can you explain this surreal work of art?

Sure thing. The image says “this is not a French car”. And it’s actually true! It is not, it is absolutely a JDM car. Because as we all know, JDM doesn’t mean cars for the Japanese market, it means “schport car for obnoxious fanboys, made in Japan”. And this one is totally 100% made in Japan, because that imbues it with magical characteristics of course.

A previous version of this picture read “Ceci n’est pas une Clio” and that is right too, this is not a Renault Clio. This is a Merdault Curio V6 (Renault actually stole my idea)

And something more: the car itself is another magnificent, brilliant, surreal work of art too!

So what's unique about this guy?

This car provides a unique driving experience, unlike any other would. Its incredibly advanced rear-engine, forward wheel drive layout means that it is better than any other car you’ll ever put your hands on, and make driving this bad boy a unique experience. And it only weighs 23.98 furlongs!

Rear engine front wheel drive? REALLY!? WHY!?!?!?

It’s too avant-garde for you, you wouldn’t understand it you peasant. Only for gentlepeople whom’st’ve appreciate a unique and refined car.

So what's under the hood?

A magnificent V6 engine that puts out 2.045*10^17 firkin*furlong^2*fortnight^-3 of power. For you peasants that don’t use the firkin-furlong-fortnight system of units of measurement, that is 256hp, which is a lot for this scalding hot hatch. The engine can propel this boy at up to 3.958*10^5 furlongs/fortnight (237km/h for peasants) with ease.

The twin turbochargers make sure you’ll feel a surge of power greater than any shitty “VTEC” memery could ever give you

This is clearly a Clio/This is clearly not a Japanese car

Didn’t you fucking read the painting? CECI N’EST PAS UNE VOITURE FRANÇAISE! Can’t you understand art when you see it?

This is clearly a steaming piece of shit

Monkey sees rules, monkey makes cars like rules. The quality of this car is directly proportional to the quality of these rules, for non-peasants who understand technical language and FFF system.

Won't you try advertise your own Youtube channel or discord server with this post?

No, I feel no need to do such things. That’d be silly


I love the 1999 Camry look on the back.


Merdault made my day. Even better than the Gronault.


2000 Mausu 2.2T

The Mausu wields a 255hp turbo charged 2.2L I6 which is mounted in the middle of the car despite 4 full sized seats. It is also economical doing 38.7 mpg (UK) / 13.7km/L / 32.2 mpg (US) / 7.3L/100km.


Although the front doesn’t really match the back. It looks very nice. But a bit too modern in the back for me.


A TRUE driver’s van. The MEN JD-Urbvan.


I just sent a revised entry with a different engine with some more power - should be around 220 hp now.


Albatross Motors Presents the new Albatross Oakland, the premium midsize sedan that is definitely not a Lexus GS300 for any discerning Japanese businessman. This car features a buttery-smooth 3 liter inline 6 cylinder engine, making an adequate amount of power and torque. Power is delivered to the rear wheels through a 5-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission, meaning you can relax as your car shifts gears for you. Standard equipment includes leather seats, a CD player, dual airbags, electronic stability control, traction control, anti-lock disc brakes, comfort tuned independent suspension, and everything else you would expect from the latest Albatross Motors vehicles. Prices start at just $12,968. See your local Albatross dealer to learn more.


Kinusoka Kogatasha

That thing's tiny.

Good observation.

Surely the engine isn't any good.

It makes nearly 100 hp/L is that good enough for you?

Alright then, but can it even reach highway speeds?

Of course, it makes it to 100 in an absolutely insane 12 seconds while also getting 5.0L/100km fuel econmy.

That doesn't sound sporty at all.

Shhh, you’ll hurt its feelings.


2000 Kitanishi Sestia

That looks awfully generic.

That’s the point, but it has something special up front.

What is that!?

Like any proper JDM car, it’s bound to have an oversized American V8 stuffed into it at some point. So this one got a good ol’ American 6.0l pushrod V8 that the stock hood won’t close on swapped in.

Isn’t that like, partly USDM then?

idk lol :smiley:


Hi guys, passing to remember that today is the last day open for entries of the JDM challenge. I will not accept any car after 00:00 hour Brasilia time.


Sorry, wasn’t able to put my reply here earlier because of the forum outage.

Takemi 22GX-R T-Version

Japanese Market only, limited production performance version of the 22GX-R, somewhat similar to the S2000 CR, for example. Increased power, stiffened suspension and using a Takebara bodykit.


Smooth Viody SR

NA 3.4 straight 6
300NM and 280hp


Entries are officially closed. Thanks for all 41 participants. Due the unexpected number of entries the videos will delay more than the normal and the next video is the disqualified cars, that are many.