Not all drift cars are created equal. Sure, just about any rear-wheel drive car can drift, but some require much greater modification to do so than others, and some are plain difficult to drift even for the pros. A good all-around drift car has a longer wheelbase for transitional stability, and enough power to get out of its own way.





We prefer the Toyota JZZ chassis, or the Lexus SC300 more familiarly. They share the same chassis with the Toyota Supra, so there is an abundance of suspension parts to dial in the handling as required.


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The 2JZ non-turbo motor has enough torque for demonstration and instructional purposes. Power truly is nothing without control!


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