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Japanese sports cars are amazing and always make it to top sports cars lists.

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Japanese Sports Car

I wasn’t that an addict when it comes to sports car but when it comes to the brands, I have seen lots and I was amazed by the Japanese sports car. As far as I know Japanese sports car were as usual always visible on all sports car top list. I have seen top 5 list of best Japanese sports car and I will show you the countdown. Fasten your seatbelt and I will give you a ride.
On the top 5 of our countdown, we have here the Subaru WRX STI modeled in year 1992. On its first generation out, the turbo charged flat4 motor equipped sti did precisely that, winning the constructors championship in 1997, 1996 and 1995 the latter in which the late Collin McRae took the drivers’ championship. Toyota 2000GT was the Japanese sports car on our top 4, it is the Japanese sports car advertised by James Bond and Aston Martin as they go together like martinis and shakers. Lesser known as the double O 7 dabbled in Toyotas It was also appeared in Sean Connery’s “You only live once”. Toyota 2000GT with its Yamaha tuned 150hp inline motor, it is considered as Japans first stab at the supercar. These days, Toyota 2000GT will be a big deal at dollars auctions. Japanese sports car listed Nissan skyline as for top 3 Having dropped the GT-R during the '70s due to the global fuel crisis, the performance-centric trim returned in 1989 with all-wheel drive and rocking a twin-turbo inline-6 (engine code: RB26DETT) rated by the factory at 276 hp, well below its actual output. With this combination, the GT-R competed in the All-Japan Touring Car Championship, killing the competition, including Porsches, and winning all 29 races to seal the Championship. The GT-R accomplished similar feats in Australia, earning the reputation of ""Godzilla"" from local press. As for top 2, we have Acura NSX making it on the way as Japanese best sports car during 1995 to 2000. Mid-engine V-6, rear-wheel drive and aluminum body, the NSX was not only Honda's sickest car, it was the first exotic car widely produced by Japan, giving the design and pasta-loving Italians a marinara-tinged run for their money. As if the NSX needed any more street cred, Ayrton Senna, three-time F1 Champion, assisted in the development of it. And for the top of the list, have the Nissan 24OZ, being one of the old Japanese sports car, it is also one of the best. From all the makes and models emerged in Japan, there is no brand that is as staunchly iconic as the “Z”. Introduced in October 1996, this 4 wheel independent suspension, 151 HP Datsun (American name for Nissan) ran a 0-60 mph in 8 seconds and was capable of 125 mph, holding its own against much pricier European models.