• 800hp Volvo 745 for Drift

    by yura

    For some time, drifting enthusiasts have known that old Volvo wagons can serve as excellent drift cars. Their rear-wheel-drive setup, affordable price (especially for initial purchase), and distinctive, boxy appearance attract attention in the drifting scene. However, these Swedish vehicles also have drawbacks, such as their considerable weight. Additionally, if you aim to build one properly, managing costs becomes challenging. So, why would someone add carbon kevlar body panels to a Volvo 745 for drift? To save money, of course! While carbon kevlar panels are indeed pricier than steel or fiberglass, the reasoning is more complex. Swedish professional drifter Kevin …