4-Rotor Twin-Turbo Liberty Walk S15 Silvia

I think the world has a new contender in the ranks for the world’s coolest professional drift car, and surprise surprise, it’s coming straight from Japan. Liberty Walk's latest build is their LB-Super Silhouette Works Nissan Silvia S15, but that’s not all. Built by TCP Magic, this S15 is powered by a 4-rotor twin-turbo rotary engine. You can catch this awesome build being driven by Hibino Tetsuya in Formula Drift Japan for the LB Racing team.

Additional footage by Kato Wataru (@libertywalkkato), Taisuke Kawato (@tcpmagic)

(As seen in PASMAG Tuning 365 Episode 32 on REVTV)

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