McDonald’s Japan has partnered with Toyota for its latest promotion in a campaign that has quickly gone viral.
The video features a pair of Toyota Supras drifting in a close-off car park around giant burgers, chips McNuggets.
The campaign is to promote Japan’s version of Happy Meals, which from today will include a free Toyota Supra toy from Japanese model car maker, Tomica.
As part of the promotion, Macca’s paired up Japanese drifting legends Nobuteru Taniguchi and Daigo Saito to perform stunts in two highly modified Toyota Supras.
Titled Drift Twins, the two-minute heart-stopping ad has gone viral in Japan among kids and car enthusiasts alike.
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