It is no secret that the turbo-aspirated 2JZ engine, installed under Toyota Supraâs hood, is one of the most fascinating engines that a car enthusiast can dream of. Thanks to its simplicity and the hidden horsepower reserve, 2JZ is still a living legend. But what happens when someone combines a powerful Japanese motor with another legendary car? Let's say a German car. The answer is below!
Because there is always room for improvement, some gentleman from Japan decided to implement a unique idea to bond a 2JZ with the SL and the result exceeded all the expectations! Now it can boast with a power reserve of at least 600 horsepower, but this is not the limit of the engine. Moreover, the SL got a lot of other improvements aimed at enhancing its sporty appeal. This includes brakes borrowed from a Ferrari F50, a new transmission with six speeds, sports suspension, exhaust system, and some exterior details like the AMG spoiler, wheels and flared fenders.
Inside we find new board tools, sports seats borrowed from another Italian supercar, Ferrari F355, and climate control panel from a BMW E30! The good thing is that this compromise of engineering ideas, can be purchased for an extremely attractive amount, given the changes and performances. The owner of the car is eager to pass it on to the next owner for an amount of $ 22,000, so you better hurry if you want it!