The creation of a die-cast model car reflects the identity of the creator. For this situation, car model manufacturers study how cars are manufactured, and how they reflect where the cars are manufactured. From our analysis of cars, we will compare the die-casting car model cultures between countries.
The most popular among American cars is their muscle die-cast model car because it has all the muscles and strength. They like to install powerful V8 engines into their cars. It’s all about speed and power, which in turn requires high consumption of oil.
This can indeed explain their die-casting car model culture: high consumption without considering sustainability. The US auto market is recognized that governments around the world should begin to support this technology. Americans have used billions of dollars in taxpayer money to rescue auto companies that produce more of the same cars. These real cars will only increase our dependence on oil.
The Japanese die-casting car model culture will be a bit opposite. In recent years, they have produced the most marketable hybrid vehicles and other environmentally friendly simulated car models. Their cars can be considered more brains than muscles, because their real cars usually contain a lot of computers and automation technology.