A movie 'Top 10 Supercars From the 80's' that looks back on the top 10 '80's supercars' with episodes such as 'Darth Vader Car'
Donut Media , which has movies about cars. It has been.
A 'supercar' that combines an original design with wind-like speed and powerful engine sound. The movie ' Top 10 Supercars From the 80's ', which carefully selects the fast and unique supercars of the 1980s from such supercars and introduces them together with each episode, is released from the YouTube channel
Top 10 Supercars From the 80's | Donut Media-YouTube
The movie begins with a number of sports cars representing the 1980s running and powerful engine sounds.
The Izdera Imperator 108i is a sports car produced from 1984 to 1993.
◆ 10th place: 1984 Italy Isdera 'ISDERA IMPERATOR 108i (Isdera Imperator 108i)'
120 million yen when converted to the present value.
The new car price at that time was a high-priced sports car of
Everhard Schultz, a design engineer involved in vehicle design, founded Izdera, developed it with permission from Mercedes-Benz, and launched it.
◆ 9th place: 1987 American General Motors 'Buick GNX (Buick Regal Grand National)'
General Motors ' ' Buick Regal ' car series.
The Buick Regal Grand National is the second generation of
One of the ways to express the acceleration performance of a car, the time of 'Zero Haku Acceleration' that accelerates from a stopped state to 60 mph (about 100 km / h) is only 4.7 seconds, which is the best acceleration performance among sports cars at that time. did.
It was nicknamed 'Darth Vader Car' after the character Darth Vader in the movie Star Wars because of its powerful power transmission to the ground and its front face.
◆ 8th place: 1989 Italy De Tomaso 'DE TOMASO PANTERA GT5'
The De Tomaso Pantera GT5 was manufactured by the Italian car maker De Tomaso .
Introduced in 1980, the GT5 features a wider fiberglass body, larger brakes, wider tires and an improved suspension compared to its predecessor, the GT4 model.
The zero-huck acceleration time was 5.2 seconds, which was imported and sold by Ford in the United States.
◆ 7th place: 1984 Ferrari 'FERRARI 288 GTO (Ferrari 288 GTO)'
The Ferrari 288 GTO is a car manufactured to meet the 'homologation' regulation for participating in the prosperous race category 'Group B' in the 1980s, with a total production of only 272 units. Designed for racing, lightweight materials are used to improve driving performance.
Equipped with a twin-turbo-charged V8 engine, it is said to be the first commercially available vehicle to reach a maximum speed of 186 mph (about 300 km / h).
◆ 6th place: 1980 Germany BMW 'BMW M1'
The BMW M1 is the first BMW car to adopt a midship system .
The midship system is a layout that can improve driving performance by placing the engine in the center of the car body. The BMW that was manufactured has no experience of incorporating midship, so it was designed with the help of Italian car maker Lamborghini.
Designed specifically for competitive racing, it has recorded a power of 850 horsepower.
◆ 5th place: 1988 Koenig, Germany 'KOENIG COMPETITION'
Koenig Specials, the manufacturer of the Koenig Competition, is a company founded by Willy Koenig, whose main business is not the manufacture of automobiles but the modification (tuning) of automobiles. We mainly tune and dress up the interior and exterior of automobiles such as Ferrari, BMW, Porsche, and Lamborghini, which are automobile manufacturers that produce supercars.
This Koenig Competition is based on Ferrari's sports car, Testarossa.
The engine power has reached 800 horsepower, which is more than double the normal speed, and the maximum speed has been increased from 290 km / h to 349 km / h.
◆ 4th place: 1986 German Porsche 'PORSCHE 959 (Porsche 959)'
The Porsche 959 was manufactured as a model supercar in which the latest materials and the latest technology were experimentally adopted.
four-wheel drive system installed in the 959 adopted the advanced 'variable torque split type' at that time, and the computer began to distribute the driving force according to the situation such as acceleration and cornering. It was. In addition, the body design has been sharpened with aerodynamics.
The engine was equipped with an improved unit of the Porsche 911 twin-turbo engine.
◆ 3rd place: 1987 Italy Ferrari 'Ferrari F40 (Ferrari F40)'
Ferrari F40 is the most expensive one in the super car that has been mass-produced in the 1980s, when the price is equivalent to the current value one about 96.5 million yen (86 million) .
V-type 8-cylinder DOHC twin turbo engine with a power of up to 500 horsepower.
The engine is equipped with a
According to the creator of the movie, 'There are only a steering wheel and two seats in the car, but no one cares about that because it has a speed that makes me crazy.'
◆ 2nd place: 1987 Germany RUF Automobile 'RUF CTR'
The RUF CTR is a sports car produced by RUF Automobile in a limited number based on the Porsche 911 Carrera (930 type).
It was nicknamed 'Yellow Bird' because of the appearance of the body and the turbo sound like a canary bark.
fastest commercially available sports car on the market at the time.
Despite its cute nickname, it reached a top speed of 342 km / h, making it the
◆ 1st place: 'LAMBORGHINI COUNTACH 5000 QV (Lamborghini Countach 5000 QV)'
The Lamborghini Countach 5000QV is the most sold model of the many Countach models.
Aircraft material is used as the material, and the V-type 12-cylinder engine installed in the midship produces 455 horsepower.
It is a supercar that represents the 1980s and has a design that makes you feel the near future and surprising performance.