If you’re hotly anticipating the anime adaptation of Initial D sequel MF Ghost, you can now mark a date on your calendar. According to the latest Japanese broadcast details, the series will race to the airwaves on TOKYO MX, BX11 and RKB Mainichi Broadcasting starting on October 1. Additional broadcasts will follow on other channels while the series streams outside of Japan on Crunchyroll.
Here’s a recent trailer from July:
The anime is being made at Felix Film with Tomohito Naka of Initial D Legend 2: Racer and Initial D Legend 3: Dream helming the project as director.
Kodansha publishes the original manga by Shuichi Shigeno in English. Crunchyroll plans to simulcast the MF Ghost anime and describes it like so:
202X A.D., a future beyond Initial D.
Self-driving cars are in widespread use in Japan, and public roadways are used for auto racing.
In such an era, a race called MFG has become popular around the globe.
Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborghini…
Participants are invited to race with their fastest cars.
One such participant, a British racing school graduate, Kanata Rivington, returns to Japan to achieve his goal.
Via Crunchyroll News