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|C||Rare||5||50 Minutes||Update 24 – 02/2022|
|Nitro Speed: ? km/h||Air Speed: ? km/h||Drift Speed: ? km/h|
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Bolwell MK X Nagari 500 Description
In late 2006 it was announced that the Bolwell company intended to produce a new, carbon fibre-bodied car under the ‘Nagari’ name and the model was confirmed for production in 2008. The prototype debuted at the 2008 Melbourne International Motor Show and the 2008 Sydney International Motor Show. It is a mid-engined two-seater coupé with a carbon-fibre tub, front and rear subframes and a carbon-reinforced composite body.
Power comes from a fettled 2GR-FE 3.5L V6 engine sourced from the Toyota Aurion, which is available either as naturally aspirated or fitted with an optional Sprintex supercharger. In N/A form the 2GR-FE produces 200–221 kW (268–296 hp) at 6200rpm, with 336–353 N⋅m (248–260 lb⋅ft) of torque at 4700rpm. Initially the Nagari was available with only a 6-speed automatic (with or without paddle shifting), however a 6-speed manual transmission was later developed. DC5-model Honda Integra tail-lights are used in the exterior. Standard features are limited, with prices starting around $150,000 AUD for a basic model, and can range up to $260,000 for a top-spec model with the supercharged engine and manual transmission.
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2* = Rank 2211 (TS: 307.3; A: 77.08; H: 54.46; N: 50.38)
3* = Rank 2564 (TS: 311.1; A: 79.62; H: 60.86; N: 57.08)
where’s the nitro air and drift speeds?