The Toyota 88C V Minolta of 1988 is a prototype car built by Toyota for Le Mans endurance racing. It is based on a Group C prototype chassis combined with a naturally aspirated 3.5 L V8 engine, mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. It boasts a top speed of 210mph and is capable of accelerating from 0-60mph in just 4 seconds. The car's unique design is its most attractive feature, featuring enormous air dams spliced into its angular bodywork to maximize aerodynamic efficiency, as well as an angular cockpit designed to integrated with the body for improved airflow. The car also boasts a unique suspension system, as well as an adjustable rear aero. The car is constructed out of lightweight materials such as carbon fiber, aluminum and magnesium, to make it as light and fast as possible. Its aerodynamic design also improves its cornering performance, providing superb handling in tight corners and outstanding stability. The Toyota 88C V Minolta of 1988 is truly a remarkable automobile, and its stunning looks are matched only by its insane speed and performance.
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