On the basis of the Toyota Supra A90 made a 690-hp drift carJune 30, 2019
The car will be presented at the festival of speed in Goodwood (UK). Under its hood is the legendary 2JZ-GTE engine, boosted with a turbocharger up to 690 hp and 884 Nm.
Toyota’s decision to finally release a new generation of the legendary Supra sports coupe was not greeted solely with enthusiasm, especially by true fans of the legendary sports car. Up to today, even months after the official presentation of the car, we can still hear people shouting about the return of the cult car, but against the idea of a new Supra based on BMW.
Well, we can’t blame them. The fact that under the hood of the coupe is no longer no less legendary than the 2JZ-GTE motor coupe itself has plunged many into shock. Engineers of the Japanese brand was selected engine Bavarian BMW.
And for those who would like to see the new Supra with the good old 2JZ under the hood, the HKS Toyota Supra Drift was created.
In addition to the wide-body kit, this Supra is equipped with a 2JZ-GTE engine, reinforced with a turbocharger HKS GTIII-4R. As a result, the total power of the engine amounted to a whopping 690 hp (884 Nm of torque). This is twice as much as the power of the GR Supra engine is a more powerful version of the machine.
The HKS Toyota Supra Drift is the result of the cooperation of the well-known Japanese company HKS and Toyota Motor Corporation in the production of an exclusive version of the legendary sports car, capable of full-fledged drifting. Equipped with a HKS turbocharged and suspension system, Advan wheels and tires, this one-time Supra is sent to the Goodwood Speed Festival in the UK. This event will be held July 4-9, 2019 at the Goodwood Motor Circuit in the UK.
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