Daikanyama Morning Cruise will be held for the first time in half a year! | Themed “2-door” cars fill the venue

“Morning Cruise” is a specialty event of Daikanyama Tsutaya Books. On the second Sunday of every month, the theme was decided at the Daikanyama T-SITE parking lot, and this event was held on April 11th, where car enthusiasts gathered. Recently, due to the influence of the new coronavirus, it has become a form such as online holding, and it is the first time in half a year to hold offline. Basically, various themes such as “Porsche 911” and “green car” are set every time, but this morning cruise has set the theme of “2 doors”.

[Colorful 2-door cars gathered at Daikanyama Tsutaya Books](17 photos)

Due to the fact that there were many target cars called “2-door” and that it was held after a long time, more cars than expected gathered for this morning cruise. The event was held from 7:00 to 9:00, but the first one had already appeared at Daikanyama T-SITE around 5:30, and the parking lot for 120 cars was full around 6:30. It was. Eventually, about 70 participating vehicles overflowed outside the parking lot, and it was a great success. People who encountered the sight of rare two-door cars lining up on Yamate-dori from the parking lot entrance were unintentionally pointing their smartphone cameras.

Every car was polished to a shiny finish, and it was well understood that it was loved. Volkswagen Beetle, Subaru 360, Toyota Corona, etc. were single-digit number cars, but they are shining like new cars and it can be glimpsed that they have been cherished for a long time.

A replica of Knight 2000 that appeared in Knight Rider also participated. As we slowly proceeded through the parking lot, “KITT” made a warning voice and was full of gimmicks, and both adults and children looked back unintentionally.

Jaguar E-type (coupe and roadster), Porsche 911 (991 type 911 GT3 RS and 73 Carrera RS), RUF (THR and BTR), etc. It was.

Future events will depend on the status of the coronavirus infection, but we’re happy to see the lively Sunday morning back as before.