On the Internet showed a “leaky” Toyota CamryMay 24, 2020
Meanwhile, as automakers are trying to reduce the weight of the car through the use of lightweight materials, such as aluminum and carbon fiber, some enthusiasts achieve this with other more accessible methods, for example, making holes in the back.
On Sunday, May 23, a snapshot of one of these cars was published on the Reddit portal, and as experts of the Carscoops portal note, the photo most likely depicts a Toyota Camry in the mid-1990s.
So, part of the front and rear panels, as well as the doors were drilled to get rid of excess material, which, according to the owner of the car, added weight. Of course, the openings in the bodywork affect the overall structure of the car, but the owner believes that reducing the level of safety is worth reducing weight.
Holes, in particular, were made on wheels and even drum brakes. You can also pay attention to the lack of rear door handles and all side windows except one, on the driver’s side.
Despite the fact that the Camry began to weigh slightly less than before, there is no doubt that the holes had a negative impact on the tightness and safety level of the car.
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