$50,000 on a customized automotive? That is how a lot some Japanese automotive fans are spending on their wheels. These dancing automobiles are a part of a rising sub-culture of automotive followers in Japan. CNN’s @coywire cruised with a bunch of lowriders by the streets of Shibuya for @cnnvision’s #TrueTokyo. Lowrider automobiles function shiny designs and vibrant colours, and are personalized to cruise low and sluggish. They had been first popularised in southern California within the 1940s, and the tradition unfold to Japan within the mid 1980s. At this time, fans meet repeatedly to cruise round of their customised automobiles, and social media helps them join and develop their motion. Watch the complete #TrueTokyo present this Saturday on CNN.