Here's How The World's Very First Drift Lamborghini Was Created

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Ladies and gentlemen, we have a new drift king.

Japanese drifter Daigo Saito has a thing for turning all-wheel drive supercars into rear-wheel drive drift monsters. He did it earlier in the year with a Nissan GT-R and now he’s back at it with a Lamborghini Murcielago. Saito teamed up with Monster Energy and Liberty Walk to create this one-of-a-kind drift car. Taking an AWD supercar and making it into a capable RWD drifter is not easy, as this build video clearly demonstrates. Now this may seem like a novelty act, but Saito actually plans to race the Murci in Japan’s D1 Grand Prix.

Check out the build video here and let us know what you think of Saito’s D1GP supercar in the comments. It’s no 240 or anything but it should do.

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