Japanese Best Sports Cars
When it comes to sports cars, it's usually around European producers whose history even started before the concept itself came. Some snobism prevents many cars from paying tribute to Japanese sports cars whose development has always been under constant Western influence.
But as much as many people have tried to put a label on the Japanese car, a " reliable work horse " , and it has something to counter competitors on a race track. Today we gathered together the 20th best Japanese sports cars for all Times that can't be made to the gym right now.
Datsun Sports (Fairlady in Japan) 1500/1600/2000, 1959.
The company began its sporting tumor with a miniature model of roster, gradually entering a rather conservative American community of sports cars.
Honda S500, 1963.
This rodster retains the aavivism of the wheel chain drive, mainly on motorcycles.
Toyota Sport 800, 1965.
Only 44 horsepower of this first Toyota sportsman did not prevent him from shaking the swap roof.
Toyota 2000GT, 1967.
In establishing this response, Jaguar E-Type, the Japanese motor vehicle manufacturer had to travel with Yamaha for a while. The result was worth it.
Datsun (Fairlady) 240Z, 1970.
The first edition of this athlete was at the same time as the British and Italian analogs.
Mazda RX-2, 1971.
On the most charged version of this vehicle, the pilots were able to run up to 257 kilometres per hour on the Bonnville track.
Mazda RX-7, 1979.
A slightly stronger engine and light body have allowed the vehicle to reach 290 kilometres per hour on the same salt track.
Datsun Maxima, 1982.
The Sports Sedan borrowed many components from 240Z, and in a special case for the actor Paul Newman, even turbocharged.
Toyota MR2, 1985.
It was clearly inspired by Ferrari sports cars.
Honda Prelude, 1988.
Port-sedan with full drive.
Mazda MX-5 Miata, 1990.