The next day, Takumi's upcoming battle against Ryosuke Takahashi is fast-approaching. The next morning, Takumi and Natsuki play around at a beach during their date, where Takumi realizes his experience regarding the previous night's race. Despite Takumi's claim that he is not a racer, Keisuke claims that Takumi's racing skills are part of Takumi's own pride before eventually departing. Takumi arrives, and the race begins. She later confesses to Takumi about a flashback when Takumi punched her ex-boyfriend two years ago for sexually exploiting her. Shingo then admits that if Takumi loses, Shingo will overthrow Nakazato as the new leader of the NightKids. Eventually, at the Five Consecutive Hairpins, Takumi becomes overpressured, and enters the corner too fast, making him lose control, and allowing Ryosuke take the lead.
That same night, his father, Bunta Fujiwara, drives the Eight-Six with Yuichi Tachibana to test his newly tuned suspension in preparation for the battle. Eventually, Nakazato drives into the outside, causing Takumi to drive into the inside, overtaking Nakazato. When another member of the NightKids causes Takumi's friend to cash his car, Takumi takes on the treacherous twists and turns down Mount Akina in his most challenging race yet. Event occurs at Closing credits, English Language Cast. However, Ryosuke believes that Nakazato's car is incapable of defeating Takumi's Eight-Six, much to Nakazato's chagrin. Initial D: New Theatrical Edition is a 2014—2016 Japanese film series based on the series by.
Takumi arrives and witnesses the situation as the NightKids drove off. A few nights later, Takumi is seen racing against an orange as he races up the mountain on his morning delivery. The next morning, at a gas station, Iketani invites his co-workers and to a meet with his street racing team, the , on Akina. Nick and Steve find out if this mobile game adaptation lives up to its hype. Shingo then bumps Iketani's car, making him spin out. Just as they did so, Takumi arrives in the Eight-Six, much to their relief. The movie is a retelling of the early stages of the manga and is split into three parts with the first part, Legend 1: Awakening released on August 23, 2014.
We'll all have to wait to see what kind of design overhaul the titular blue hedg. The next day, Iketani learns that his boss, Yuichi Tachibana, reveals that the Eight-Six is a tofu delivery vehicle owned by , Takumi's father. Worst ever: - Seen in part or in whole by 51 users, rank: 5229 of 7622 Median rating: Good Arithmetic mean: 7. Part 2 of the series, named Legend 2: Racer, was released on May 23, 2015 and part 3 of the series, named Legend 3: Dream, was released on February 6, 2016. Detective Pikachu is nigh, but before Heidi gets to that, we've got the return of Platinum Games, Tekken news and much more! Eventually, Ryosuke's tires wear out, and Takumi manages to come level with Ryosuke. As they approach the five consecutive hairpins, Nakazato blocks the inside, prompting Takumi to try and overtake Nakazato from the outside. Unbeknownst to everyone else, it was Takumi who defeated Keisuke at that first encounter as he was returning home from the morning delivery run.
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That night, Takumi was seen driving Koichiro Iketani's Nissan Silvia S13. Afterwards, Itsuki tells Takumi that he is amazed when he discovers his newfound appreciation for the car. The following day, Iketani's Nissan Silvia S13 has been fully repaired, and Iketani and Itsuki take it to Akina to test drive it. He then tells Takumi not to be content with a small stage like Akina, and that there is a much bigger world out there. As their race starts, Takumi's tape nearly causes him to crash.
Meanwhile, in Akina, the Akina Speedstars attempt to apologize to the NightKids for their mistake. Takumi waits desperately, and realizes how much of a racer he already is. As Takumi and his girlfriend, Natsuki Mogi, go out on a date, Takumi reflects on how far he had been racing over the summer, and becomes curious about the outcome of Takumi's upcoming battle. Shingo, refusing to lose, decides to end the race in a double crash, but Takumi countersteers in time and moves out of Shingo's way, causing Shingo to crash, and lose the race. However, Takumi later refuses to accept because he is not a racer despite being persuaded by Itsuki.
While doing so, he strikes a sharp bump on the road, making him lose control and crash. Takumi and Natsuki then kiss. Nakazato attempts to block Takumi again, but his car spins out, and hits the guardrail, making him lose. Takumi starts in front, but is pressured by Ryosuke's driving skills being equally matched to Takumi's, especially at his gutter run. At the race starts, Keisuke takes the lead, but Takumi's experienced driving skills allow him to catch up as the race goes on.
The next day, Natsuki becomes suspicious of Takumi's lack of interest in her. Takumi eventually overtakes Shingo by using his gutter technique. Shingo gets impatient with Takumi's inability to crash. In a post-credits scene, Ryosuke is seen inviting Takumi to a battle as invitation to join Ryosuke's new team, Project D. . In the high- paced world of street racing, Takumi shakes it up with an extraordinary racing style as the Speedstars and the RedSuns go head to head on Mount Akina.