2015 Toyota Mark X GRMN Drift Video Makes Us Drool
Ever heard of the Toyota Mark X? Unless you’ve lived in Japan, the answer is probably not, because that’s the only place it’s sold. The rear-wheel-drive sedan is popular with Japanese drivers, and the new 2015 Toyota Mark X GRMN (Gazoo Racing Masters of Nurburgring) turns the everyday commuter into the wet dream of every motorsports enthusiast the world over.
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If you need convincing about the power of this sedan, check out this 2015 Toyota Mark X GRMN drift video. We’ll be waiting right here when you’re done.
This drift video shows just what you can do with a 321-hp 3.5-liter V6 when combined with rear-wheel drive. Other features of the Mark X GRMN include a Torsen limited-slip differential, sport-tuned suspension, performance brakes, chassis reinforcement, and a carbon fiber roof panel which lowers both the car’s weight and its center of gravity. Plus, there’s also a rear aero diffused on the bumper, black mirror caps, a carbon fiber rear lip spoiler, and a quad-tip exhaust. Inside, you’ll find carbon fiber trim, an Alcantara steering wheel, and special bucket seats. To summarize, it all adds up to a whole lotta awesome.
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Fancy getting your hands on one of these bad boys? Chances are slim—GRMN is only making 100 for the Japanese market. The car will cost about 5.4 million yen (approximately $44,700), and will go on sale in March. After seeing this drift video, we expect it to sell out extremely quickly.
News Source: CarScoops