are you so tired that your favorite series on Netflix after a few seasons past? The real Lexus fan can even move forward with this new series of videos about the build of cars. To the film at all to watch you have eight hours per day and that in 30 years, for 250 days per year.
The Japanese brand swears by the absolute craftsmanship. For that extra underscore, it will be a documentary of no less than 60,000 hours launch of four Takumi-masters be followed. The documentary is made by filmmaker Clay Jeter and has as its title: Takumi: A 60,000-Hour Story on the Survival of Human Craft .
60,000 hours is exactly the time that according to Japanese culture need to be an expert to grow to master. In the video, four of such ‘masters’ followed: a carpenter, a kirigami master (papierknipkunst), a Michelin-starred chef with two stars and a (Lexus) autobewerker. The video is available to view online in a video player, where you at will a few years can forward.
the movie wants Lexus to demonstrate that there is place for manual labor in a digital world. Fortunately, there is also a slimmed down version of 54 minutes. The movie is coming soon to Lexus, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, and iTunes. Previously was Lexus with a brochure of the ES 300h which is 54 inches high, 26 pounds weighs 236 pages counts. It lists all 101 standard equipment details of the car are explained.