Toyota Corolla iM Formula for drift put up for auction

Toyota Corolla iM Formula for drift put up for auction

February 17, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

You have time until next week to book your bet on this upgraded Corolla iM from Papadakis Racing.

When Toyota demonstrated the custom-made versions of the Corolla and Tundra at the 2018 SEMA tuning exhibition, a lot of attention was focused on the Toyota Corolla Hatchback drift car, which was also worked on by the guys from Papadakis Racing. This is a purpose-built racing car designed to excite anyone who is driving – the car is perfect for drifting.

 As part of the auction Bring A Trailer, which will be held until next Saturday, you can buy yourself such a car.

Like last year’s SEMA, the 2017 Corolla iM Formula Drift is equipped with wide-body body kits, Rockstar Racing stickers and a rear-wheel drive redesigned. This car participated in the races of the Formula Drift Pro Championship 2017.

Under the hood of the car for the drift is a longitudinally mounted 2.7-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, which transfers power to the rear wheels through a 4-speed G-Force manual transmission and carbon-fiber propeller shaft. In addition, it also has JE 10.5: 1 pistons, a BorgWarner turbocharger, AEM fuel injection, a nitrous oxide system, and an adjustable RS-R suspension system that allows for 65 degrees of rotation.

As expected, the 2017 Corolla iM Formula Drift has a “poor” cabin for weight savings, as well as safety carbass, Takata racing seats, a Sparco removable steering wheel and a special dashboard.

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