Nissan Skyline GT-R R34

Twin-turbo 2.6-liter inline 6-cylinder with a 6-speed manual transmission, this car first became famous in the second episode of Wild Speed. The Skyline was also featured in Episode 4; it was produced from 1998 to 2002, so the number available worldwide is relatively small
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Toyota Supra

The Supra was produced from 1978 to 2002. However, the most famous Supra is the fourth generation Supra, which was produced from 1993. The Supra is currently most commonly powered by the 280 hp 2JZ-GTE engine. In the U.S. version, this engine produced up to 330 hp. The most prized models today are the unmodified ones, as most of these cars have already undergone major modifications, both to the engine and to the body itself. Like the Skyline, the Supra was the star of the movie “Wild Speed.”

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Specifics on the third generation, produced from 1991 to 2002, are given below: in 1999, twin turbochargers were added to the Mazda RX – 7, which was the first of its kind in the world. The Mazda had an output of 276 hp. The main characteristic of this Mazda was its handling, which was on the edge of its limits. This was primarily due to the car\’s excellent 50-50 weight distribution and rear-wheel drive with the engine positioned behind the front axle. The car again starred in several of the aforementioned films.
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Nissan Silvia s15

Often equipped with a 250 hp engine. The Silvia was not produced for the Western market. In Japan, it is especially popular when modified to drift specifications. It is the seventh generation of Nissan\’s SX series. The Silvia was also available with a non-turbocharged, weaker engine with 165 hp. It was sold only in Japan, Australia, and New Zealand, but still spread throughout the world.

Toyota Corolla AE86[45]

The fifth generation of the Corolla series was produced from 1983 to 1987. It was equipped with a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine. In Japan, it was often modified for amateur drifting competitions. The Toyota was equipped with a self-locking differential. In Europe, only fixed lights. In the U.S., flip-up lights. Only in Japan were both versions available; in 2011, Toyota partnered with Subaru to produce a “successor” in the form of the Toyota GT86/Subaru BRZ.