The Kamikaze: New Japanese Sports Car Unveiled

Written by b kenneth mcgee

Friday, 5 March 2010

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The President of the Toyoyo Corporation flew to Detroit today to announce the company's new sports car, The Kamikaze.

A brief statement said, "We are proud to bring exclusively to America the latest in sports car innovation. It is the Kamikaze. As you may know, Kamikaze means Divine Wind in Japanese. This car will accelerate from zero to ninety miles an hour in less than five seconds! It will do this with, or without, the driver's consent and is the first car on the market to totally think for itself. It is made in the proud tradition of the Kamikaze pilots of World War 2 who were taught to take off but not to land."

The sleek little sports car was painted in red and white, the colors of the Japanese flag and the land of the rising sun. It had one little American flag painted on its side.

As reporters swarmed the car, a reporter from a Japanese newspaper heard the CEO say to a colleague: "We sure dropped that one down their smoke stack. Do you think they know we are not going to make replacement parts?"

In related news, State Farm Insurance has reportedly sold all of their Toyoyo automobile insurance to AIG who in turn has sold them as derivatives to China.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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