Nope it's a su-po-tsu-ka スポーツ・カーob1kxb said:
Senna said:I would add that this car is for sale in warmer countries than the uk (US, etc) where the tyre issue is less of a factor. Here in chilly / wet Britain, these tyres are not recommended on a rear-drive sports car in my view. Primacy's ok in the summer only. You will not have much fun 'Drifting' ... into a tree! And changing to better rubber as I have done give the car amazing poise and ability to change direction instantly that almost reminds of a Ferrai 458 !
First, the US is a big place so we can't generalise too much, but they certainly don't have the amount of rainfall or the tight and twisty roads we have.Lauren said:The US is not a 'warmer' country to be fair. They have much harsher winters than we do, so I don't follow your point. It's only warmer in the warmer parts!
I note you have changed your tyres already. I would suggest that's it worth getting to grips with the car with the stock tyres before changing.
No, not an abridged version of the car, the film !!Senna said:keelerad said:
No, it's the convertible (there was no drop-top version, it was altered specially for the film) that 007 and AKI were chased in away from the Sato Chemical co. building.
Nice car... pity they didn't market that one !