In episode 10, Takumi races against a Suzuki Cappuccino, a small car that falls into the Japanese keijidousa, or 'K-Class'. K-Class cars can be built no longer than 4.4m (14.4 feet), no wider than 1.5m (4.9 feet) and equipped with an engine no larger than 660cc that has to produce less than 64bhp (although superchargers or turbochargers may be added). K-Class have lower taxes, cheaper maintenance, comparatively simple registration and are very popular in Japan. Surprisingly, the Cappuccino is the first use of a K-Class car in the series. See more »
After Takumi replaces his old white hood with a black fiber hood, a scene at the tofu shop comes up and the car is seen in the alley beside it, and the hood is still white. See more »
initial D forth stage so far has been awesome...prior to that review above...the 3d animation is so clean in this stage...instead of ultra realistic cars...the animators have now gone with cel shading rendering (cel shading makes the 3d object look like a cartoon) i think it blends perfectly with the rest of the hand drawn animation...i like how each season cleans up the hand drawn animation...but this season looks exceptional...the story line is quite simple (as the whole story line in initial D is) a new squad of touge racers who drive miatas challenge Project D...but this time they are racing on new courses such as Akagi and Happogarahawa...so far I've only seen 2 episodes of the 4th seasons...but good things come to those who wait...any initial D fan will LOVE this brand new season =)
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