Japan is the land of technology. Over the years the country has produced so many vehicle parts that are simply amazing. But some of the motoring parts are oddly built and powered differently. They are niche in their field, but slightly weird in proportion.
Nissan Pulsar VZ-R N1
People around the world know about the Nissan Pulsar GTI-R model. Which is also known as Japanese integral. Another popular car in this series is the Euro-Spec Almera GTI. Both of the cars have similarities in their design. But when it comes to N1, the car is different from its previous models. It is an engine car with many electric wonders in it. It uses 1.6-liter four-cylinder tuned parts. Which results in 197bhp without the turbo parts. Although it weighs 1,090 kg, it runs smoothly on the roads.
Honda City Turbo II
If someone thinks JDM Almera is a bit oddly shaped, they need to check this car instead. Turbo II is a 1980’s car with a 1.2-liter turbo in it including a wild 108bhp peak. The car got a medium body and a lemon and Herb body type. The fun part is revealed when you open up the hatch. There is an additional power plant with a 50cc engine mounted to the boot. This is a bit too much for people who are not used to driving cars in this setting. But ensures you a safe drive.
Suzuki Alto Works
If anyone has played the early game of Gran Turismo and soldiered through the career setting, this car would look very familiar to them. This was the car model that for most of the time you could manage credit for. In real life, it is a wheelbase rivel and the power is limited to 64bhp. In a 4D version, you can get 32php per driver-wheel strike.