Acura makes a foray into anime with the web series "Chiaki's Journey".

For 12 consecutive years, Acura is the official sponsor and vehicle of the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. Acura has created a four-part anime series called Chiaki's Journey, which combines the medium of the Sundance Film Festival, Japanese animation, a rich lineup of Type-S car makers, and the new Acura Integra hatch. But unlike most festival films, each episode lasts just over a minute, with Chiaki's Journey totaling 4 minutes and 12 seconds.  The story revolves around Chiaki, a young Japanese woman from a racing family who can drive a car around a truck but has a faster temperament than her old Integra. Her growth. The villain is Erich Kang, the same rich and arrogant character from all video games and car movies, who uses an unconventional blue hot rod. He's clearly the guy everyone wants to beat, and he knows he's the guy. As Chiaki grabs the handle at lap time to teach Kang a lesson, her uncle Noboru steps in to teach him the lesson she needs to win.  It's so dense that each episode plays like a trailer for a long episode. However, Acura managed to adapt to every car. 2022 MDX type S, NSX type S, TLX type S and 2023 Integra. Car brands also need an introduction to Japanese rock anime. The female band Nemophila sings "Thunder Emperor". You can watch the first episode above and the rest of the episode on Acura's exclusive Type S site.

For 12 consecutive years, Acura is the official sponsor and vehicle of the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. Acura has created a four-part anime series called Chiaki's Journey, which combines the medium of the Sundance Film Festival, Japanese animation, a rich lineup of Type-S car makers, and the new Acura Integra hatch. But unlike most festival films, each episode lasts just over a minute, with Chiaki's Journey totaling 4 minutes and 12 seconds.

The story revolves around Chiaki, a young Japanese woman from a racing family who can drive a car around a truck but has a faster temperament than her old Integra. Her growth. The villain is Erich Kang, the same rich and arrogant character from all video games and car movies, who uses an unconventional blue hot rod. 

He's clearly the guy everyone wants to beat, and he knows he's the guy. As Chiaki grabs the handle at lap time to teach Kang a lesson, her uncle Noboru steps in to teach him the lesson she needs to win.

It's so dense that each episode plays like a trailer for a long episode. However, Acura managed to adapt to every car. 2022 MDX type S, NSX type S, TLX type S and 2023 Integra. Car brands also need an introduction to Japanese rock anime. The female band Nemophila sings "Thunder Emperor". You can watch the first episode above and the rest of the episode on Acura's exclusive Type S site.

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