Ferrari or Lamborghini today is no longer the luxury cars on the drifting arena. In Ireland, the snaking action on the asphalt dare to be done by using the Rolls Royce Silver Shadow.
In terms of performance in the drifting arena, this car is indeed still less quickly than Daigo Saito's Lamborghini Murcielago. However, the car in matte black paint has a much higher prestige than those Italian bull.
|Yes, this is a Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow drift car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1QJPd8E)|
Rolls Royce brand in the automotive universe is known as a provider of super luxury cars for the conglomerates or a member of the royal family. Silver Shadow's presence in the arena of drifting making the racing events becomes more prestigious.
|Interior view of Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow drift car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1QJPd8E)|
If the other car must have mechanical changes on the drivetrain, not so with this Rolls Royce. As reported by Carscoops, the owners still rely on the default engine is a 6,750 cc V8 engine mated to a three-speed automatic transmission.
|Rear side view of Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow drift car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1QJPd8E)|
The changes made are only removing the front and rear bumpers and adjustment on the legs that include the wheels and suspension. Drifting action by using a Rolls Royce Silver Shadow was a spectacle to look at the Irish Drift Championship last year.
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