1995 Nissan Cedric / Gloria Y33 VQ30DET TURBO RWD

This is one of the BEST JDM RWD VIP drift cars!!! Luxurious, powerful, reliable, FR layout!

Most importantly before I go into the rest of the car details, the best thing about this is the ENGINE! Newly introduced in 1995 the 3.0 L (2,987 cc) VQ30DET is a turbocharged version of the VQ30DE. It produces 270 PS (199 kW; 266 hp) and 271 lb-ft (367 N⋅m) however tuned versions have made 500whp on a STOCK BLOCK with bolt-ons. (It’s comparable to the 2JZ Supra motor). As a reference point, the twin-turbo VQ30DETT is an engine used only in Nissan’s race cars.

The Nissan Cedric (Japanese: 日産・セドリック, Nissan Sedorikku) is a large automobile produced by Nissan since 1960. It was developed to provide upscale transportation competing with the Toyota Crown and European luxury cars such as the BMW 7 series. In Japan, the Cedric/Gloria series was affectionately called CedGlo. 

The Y33 was sold from June 1995 through June 1999. The VG series engine was replaced with the newly developed VQ series (except for the initial lower-level versions). One of the major advantages of the VQ series over the VG series was the aluminum alloy block and heads, helping to reduce weight.

Plus as an added bonus, this was likely used as a Yakuza bosses car.