CLS63 AMG #lovecars #mercedesbenz #amg #cls (at Seattle Central Community College - Computer Lab)
The Mitsuoka Orochi. While it may not be the prettiest sportscar to look at, it’s a product of an unsung car company called Mitsuoka. While the body and the chassis is a Mitsuoka original, the 3MZ-FE 3.3L V6 engine was sourced from Toyota and mounted at the middle while mated to a five-speed automatic gearbox. Of course, you maybe familiar as the car James May drove on an episode of Top Gear a few seasons ago.
Mitsuoka announced that the production of the super-hideous Orochi sportscar ends this September 2014 and to finish it off, they offered the Final Orochi, a final model that features…well, about the same as the Orochi except with a bigger price tag.
Because it’s limited to five units, three final Orochis are colored in Gold Pearl while two are painted in a purplish color called Fuyoru-oh (不夜王). It features an exclusive emblem, 19-inch aluminum wheel, and some exclusive interior combinations depending on the color.
No alterations on the spec here. Still comes with the same 3MZ-FE 3.3L V6 engine which churns out 233PS of power and 328Nm of torque while mated with a 5-speed automatic gearbox. It has rack and pinion steering, double wishbone suspension, ventilated disc brakes, on and on and on and on…
The Final Orochi is priced at an ultra-expensive 12,700,000 Japanese Yen (estimated $127,000) and like I said, only five units are made.
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Spotted a Bloke dressed as Yayoi from #imas at the final day of #sakuracon (at Washington State Convention Center)
Looks like #docmcstuffins enjoyed the whole day at the #SakuraCon! (at Washington State Convention Center: LL 4 - 5)