24KRC introducing the 1983 until 1987 Toyota AE86 Trueno! Separate front & rear bumpers. The Toyota AE86 Trueno has a long heritage in motorsport of all types, because the car is rear-wheel drive, has a limited slip differential, weighs only 930 kg and has a reasonably strong engine (which is easy to tune), the car has become popular with Japanese street racers. These street racers mainly drove on the Japanese mountain passes where the tight corners let the AE86 come into its own. In addition, racing legend Keiichi Tsuchiya, also known as the Dori-Kin (drift king) raced the AE85 for many years (during production) and still owns several AE86s. He has become known for his driving style in which he took corners drifting in order to take faster (mainly tight hairpin) turns. From his driving style, the drift sport started in Japan and as a result, the AE86 has acquired a cult status. Almost all D1GP drivers have had an AE86 at some point.
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