The ‘vanning ‘ the craze started in the United States, but ended in Japan.
Now it looks like Vossen wants to teach Japanese van culture to the land of hot muscle cars and USDMs.
Every current trend has been embraced and refined by various tuners straight off the streets, and the Japanese seem to be the best at coming up with outrageous auto movements. That said, it’s only a matter of time before the next big event arrives straight from Japan.
Notice that this culture clash is present everywhere, as American and European folk embrace Japanese trends and vice versa. In fact, American car culture has a lot of followers in Japan.
Either way, with this crazy and bagged Nissan Quest, Vossen wants to raise awareness about this unexplored part of Japanese car culture.
As in other major automotive segments, the tuning of vans is divided into several categories. Anyone can go from old school to Airbrush, Kei, and American, but it looks like the VIP approach is making the most of it.
Vans like this Nissan Quest get the same treatment as any âclassicâ Japanese luxury barge: aggressive wheels, an aggressive low stance and air suspension to knock it down to the ground. An oxymoron approach to something that should have been comfortable transportation, don’t you think?
A clean look with a darker color is always preferable because a VIP needs to make a statement without standing out from the crowd. Mind you, with a murdered and abandoned pickup truck sitting on Vossen VFS1 wheels, it’s pretty hard to go unnoticed.