By Mark Hodge @Mrhodgey
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Videographer / Director: Steve's POV
Producer: Nick Johnson
Editor: Kyle Waters
Filmed by American car enthusiast Steve Feldman, the surreal footage shows a fleet of supercars customised to look like moving fireworks displays
Aside from the distinctive LED lights, the group also wrap their cars in chrome and holograms, add powerful strobe lights and even fit flame shooting exhausts – leading to comparisons with the Fast and Furious film series.
New Jersey born filmmaker Feldman, who learned Japanese at college, said adding garish lights to already flashy sports cars is something unique to Japan.
“The Japanese are very group oriented and these guys cruise together, eat together and spend a lot of time together. Probably more time together than with their own families.
“They are not afraid to stand out and they don't care what people say to them. They don't think they are ruining supercars by doing what they do.
“All of this is very different to US car culture. Americans think a supercar is a piece of art that should not be messed with, certainly not neon lights, LEDs and other crazy custom stuff.”
Feldman also said that Lamborghinis are the favoured choice of vehicle because they reflect the group's bold personality.
“Lamborghinis make the biggest statement. They are tough, mean and stand out. You got to have big balls to drive a Lambo.
“They remember being kids and seeing the Lamborghini Countach, and they grew up knowing they would drive Lambos and they remain loyal to their favourite brand.
“They are amongst the proudest Lambo owners anywhere.”