Toyota Corolla iM Formula for drift put up for auctionFebruary 17, 2019
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.
Not so long ago, we wrote that the new version of the Toyota Highlander crossover caught photographers.
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