Drifting Cars In South Africa

What is a Drifting Car?

Car drifting is all about using oversteer to get the vehicle to drive sideways through corners. This has to happen at a high speed and while the driver remains in full control of the car.

Drifting Cars In South Africa

Nissan 200sx S13. Nissan 200sx S14. BMW E30. BMW Dolphin Shape. Toyota KE70 Corollas (1.6 +)

Nissan skylines.

Mercedes Benz 190E/200E/230E.

Datsun SSS.

Ford Escort (MK1/MK2)

Ford Granada/Cortina (Old Shape)

Toyota Cressida.

BMW E34. Nissan Skyline GTX.

What is the most common drift car?

Ford Mustang

One of the best-selling mass-produced drift cars in the world is iconic. The rear-wheel driving system and the high-power engine make it perfect for drifting.

Which car is the king of drift?

Toyota GT86

King of Drift: Keiichi Tsuchiya drives the Toyota GT86 | Toyota gt86, Toyota, Drifting.

Can an automatic car drift?

 Yes. Any car can drift, as long as the physical needs are met. The driver must put the car in a state where the wheels turn faster than the traction can keep up, thus propelling the car sideways.

Which Toyota is used in drifting?

As the most successful Formula Drift driver can attest, the Toyota Supra is a proven performer when it comes to drifting.

What is the rarest BMW in South Africa?

BMW 333i

Going into the auction all eyes were on the white 1987 BMW 333i with 98 000km on the clock, and this rare South African creation fetched R1. 255 million.