WTF JDM ads: 1992 Suzuki Alto CS22S Octopus

September 17, 2015 in WTF

What would be your first thought when you would drive a 1992 Suzuki Alto?
Suzuki Alto CS22S
The two girls in this ad go visit some aquarium, look at the octopus and immediately head off to the nearest takoyaki food cart around the corner. Weird!

Takoyaki is a Japanese dish which roughly translates into octopus dumplings: Read the rest of this entry →

Commercial Time: Riding hi, Suzuki Alto Works CA72

June 11, 2014 in Commerical time

I had a big WTF while watching this Suzuki Alto Works CA72 ad. In a typically 80s Japanese style the Alto is announced with a big Liding High, Alto Woks:
Commercial Times: Riding Hi, Alto Works CA72
Disclaimer: I’m not trying to mock the Japanese here and we all know they have difficulty with foreign languages like English. The funny part is that the ad is lacking the R and high is spelled hi. Now it feels like someone is saying hi with the Alto Works. 😉

You can watch the full video below: Read the rest of this entry →

JAF2013: Suzuki Alto Works RS-R

May 30, 2013 in event, Events, jaf2013

Let’s continue with the JAF photos I shot!
At the Wangan Warriors Season Kickoff Meeting I missed out on this Suzuki Alto Works RS-R CC72V:
JAF 2013: Suzuki Alto Works RS-R
I *just* had left when I arrived at the meetup. :(

So this time I made sure to take photos of it *before* it could even leave the premisses! Read the rest of this entry →

Contact form fixed!

May 27, 2013 in event, Events, jaf2013

Apparently the contact form was broken for a while and I only found out because someone mailed me directly.
Fix has been performed and it works now.

To make it up to you I’d like to post this nice ratlook Alto SS40 I spotted at the Japanse Autosport Festival:
JAF 2013: BosoRat Suzuki Alto SS40

Video: scientific review on the Alto Works RS-R

November 10, 2012 in video

A scientific review? On a Suzuki Alto Works RS-R CC72?
Suzuki Alto Works RS-R CC72

Yes, that is possible! Or at least that’s what this video appears to be! Read the rest of this entry →