First of all, why this look? Itís obviously not finished yet, is it?
No, itís not finished! As for the look, thereís three main points of the way modified cars should look (in Japan), and thatís onikyan (cambered wheels), tsuraichi (tyres just barely inside the guards) and hippari (stretched tyres). I wanted to make a car that took all of those things to the furthest point Iíve ever seen them done.
A lot of international people on the internet also think itís got something to do with American-style ďstanceĒ.
No, thatís not a style Iím trying to do. They might think that but no, this is something Iíve been doing for quite a while now.
You used to FF drift the previous version of this Celica until you crashed it at Fuji Speedway, but what about this one?
Iíve already drifted this one a bit before we cut the guards and put the rear wheels on! As for future plans, Iím going to finish the front wheels then drive it to work every day and drift it too
. Right now Iím driving to work in a kei car while the Celica is getting worked on though, and itís really boring.