What is the kind of car that vindeisel is drivind in Tokyo drift at the end?
The car is a Dodge Coronet proably late 60's vintage. The chassis and body style was used for the Dodge Charger and the Plymouth Road runnetr of the early 70's.
Genetic drift is the term used for random evolutionary developments that have equal "survival-value" with respect to natural selection. Natural selection defines broad parameters for what kind of traits organisms existing in a certain environment should ideally have, but within these parameters there is a lot of room for random drift.
u can read it for free at www.onemanga.com plus u can read all kind of other manga! I went there and it isn't there so don't trust this answer! the closest I coulds get was Tokyo ants! It made me sad that I can't find the real answer anywhere! ~ Ignore BOTH of these answers. You currently read Tokyo Mew Mew online at: http://www.mangafox.com/manga/tokyo_mew_mew/ They also have the sequel Tokyo Mew Mew A La Mode
The car is a highly customized 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner built by Pure Vision and dubbed "Hammer." The actual vehicle started life as the base model Satellite but during customization got a heavy dose of both Roadrunner and GTX trim options. The car is refered to as a Roadrunner by the builder simply because the Roadrunner name is more synonymous with the muscle car era. For more info or pictures visit purevisiondesign.com
The Tokyo Mew Mew game was never put into English. But if you buy it online (say.... eBay) then you can play it. Sadly you either need a Japanese PlayStation or some kind of card that can decode the disc formulas for your American PlayStation. For the earth's future, I'll be of service! Nya~ (isn't that what Momomiya-san says?)