It was only a matter of time, but the first Lamborghini drift car in the world makes its debut. In the video under the Lamborghini Murciélago drift car, it goes head-on with a Ford Mustang Drift Car.
Vaughn Gittin Jr. drives his 550 hp 5.0L V-8 Mustang RTR to Niigata, Japan to take on Daigo Saito and his 650 hp V-12 Lamborghini Drift.
The Lambo Drift car was built by Liberty Walk and Phat Five races, Saitos AWD to RWD converted beast is in search of a fight.
The two drift legends travel to Niigata, Japan to fight them on a toucan run as they head into the deserted Russian village of Niigata. Like something from a post-apocalyptic world, the village provides the perfect setting for these outrageous machines to make a little cottage.
After watching this Lamborghini Drift video below, if your dreams are not filled with the sweet sounds of a V-8 muscle car battling a V-12 Supercar, something is seriously wrong with you.
Put a pair of headphones or hook a nice set of speakers and Crank the Volume! #BATTLEDRIFT
Detroit muscle in the form of a purpose-built, carefully prepared Ford Mustang RTR. Italian style and heritage inspired by Godzilla and brought to life by a few creative and clever Japanese guys. A clash of cultures, engineering theories, and fossil fuel ideals fought on deserted asphalt sections in an abandoned Russian village in Japan. Mant your battle stations and reach for your weapon of choice as you watch as these two belligerent camps line up to lead “Battledrift”, a warring of the floating worlds.
The war zone, an island lost in the current of time, also known as the Russian village of Niigata. Nestled in a vast corner of Japan, the Russian village was once home to a thriving amusement park, but the concept never really took hold and the village was finally abandoned and a historical anachronism of what once was. The two warring fighters in the war, two of the world’s most revered and idolized drifters, namely Vaughn Gittin Jr and his world-renowned Ford Mustang RTR 2016 and Daigo Saito and his inimitable, v12-motivated, wheel-drifted Lamborghini Murcielago drift.
And so the two met, Formula Drift Series, World Drift Series and D1gp World Champion Vaughn Gittin and multiple D1 Grand Prix Champion and Formula D champion Daigo Saito. And with the first crack of the gas pedal, the two wheelmen began to park their cars sideways from lock to lock, and in a screaming wail of a few thousand horsepower, feathers of sharp blue tire smoke and spent high-octane gasoline vapors, the dynamic duo fought for In Search of one advantage over each other, their cars often not more than a few millimeters apart. In equal parts beauty&brutality and high-speed ballet and brawl the two drivers and their different machines put on a drift show like the world has ever seen, and a show from the cameras and recorders n. Around from Monster Energy added.
“Going door-to-door with Daigo and his insane Lambo was EPIC,” Vaughn breathed, exiting his hot, muffled Mustang. “I’ve always been able to get closer, just to hear the unbelievable exhaustion of this Lambo from its over my Mustang RTR, we were both deep in the RPM field, and with both of us it was like a symphony from the Hell, I just could not get enough! Daigo is one of the best riders in the world and a rider I’ve always had great respect for, both of us have very similar all-out aggressive styles, so it was a pretty perfect match for a project like this, the whole experience was epic !! Using the abandoned Russian village as a playground with Daigo was crazy – fun. “
“And you know something?” Added Gittin. “Our two cars actually fit perfectly in the performance.” I know on paper you would never guess the American icon that the Ford Mustang is in might be in the same category and share a track with a hand crafted exotic Italian “super car “but when it comes to weight, dimensions and horsepower, these machines are pretty dead eve n. Running up the mountain pass with Daigo was unreal.” Like most toboggan runs, this toge had no run-off, giving Zero room for Mist meant and it was all just crazy and, to be honest, actually a bit scary! The road was really narrow and barely bulky for a car to be two on either side of it, but we did it and after that I just wanted to continue and go for the first few runs! “
Daigo Saito commented on his fight with Gittin and his Mustang: “Driving with Vaughn was fantastic, our cars were often within centimeters of a collision, so it was all pretty dangerous if we had gone about 30cm but we did not do that, and that was so cool because it was exciting to drive up the unusual village and up the mountain pass, it was truly unique that an American drift car with a European drift The car in Japan was driving and the latest model Mustang that Vaughn drove was so hard and hard that it looked just like American muscle! It was a great time to join vaughn and Monster Energy’s film project here in Japan for the first time It was hard, but I really enjoyed it, because I love to ride at any time that I can, I enjoyed being part of the film project and I hope it will please everyone falls! “