Lexus dealership builds the ultimate Lexus RC F drift machine
The Al-Futtaim Lexus showroom in the United Arab Emirates has built a unique and powerful drift car on the RC F chassis. Ahmad Daham, the most famous professional drifter in the Middle East, helped create the vehicle which is now up for grabs.
The coupe traded its naturally aspirated five-liter V8 for the 3.0L Toyota 2JZ fitted with a Garret turbocharger. A nitrous oxide system and other similar upgrades raised the output to 1,200 hp (895 kW) and 1,464 Nm (1,080 lb-ft) of torque. To put things into perspective, the road car only exerts 477 hp (356 kW) and 530 Nm (390 lb-ft) at most.
The feature list goes on to mention carbon/Kevlar body and seats, quick-release differential gear, sequential transmission with dual-plate clutch, Wilwood performance brakes, and a digital dashboard.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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