In Japan, found a cemetery of forgotten cult sports carsAugust 8, 2020
Information about a cemetery of forgotten sports cars found in Japan has appeared on the Web.
One of the bloggers posted a video in which he shared his impressions of a tour of a parking lot in Yokohama, which is completely filled with abandoned cars. So, in the list of most models with high-efficiency engines, the latest generation Toyota Chaser JZX100 was found in its fastest version – Tourer V. Under the hood of this car there is a 2.5-liter engine with a capacity of 280 hp. Also, in this video you can see the Nissan Skyline version of the R34. The interior of this model was dismantled, but in the interior you can see a roll cage, as well as a sports driver’s seat.
Experts speculate that the car has been redesigned specifically to participate in drifting. Another interesting model turned out to be the Toyota Caldina GT-T in a station wagon body. The car has an all-wheel drive system and a turbo engine with 260 hp. 3S-GTE 2 liters. According to the blogger, it is known that all sports cars in the parking lot can be bought.
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