I believe that many Hong Kong car fans don’t know the Mazda
323 GT-R model. Searching JDM on the website, it is not easy to find Mazda 323 GT-R, a 210-hp engine, four-wheel drive small sports car. Since the 1980s, the Japanese automobile industry has been in full swing, with abundant resources and unlimited creativity. Many car manufacturers have even pointed out world-class automobile events such as Formula 1, Le Mans and WRC. Once participated in the off-road rally, the WRC changed its rules and the car factory changed to a mass production model to participate in Group A. The Mazda 323 GT-R is another WRC homologation production car launched in 1992 after the Mazda 323 AWD and 323 GT-X. According to reports, there are only 323 GT-Rs in Hong Kong. In addition, the production number is only more than 2,000. They are only sold locally in Japan. It is no wonder that even Long Sir and Edmond do not know this car. This time I was fortunate to get this rare JDM loaned out by the car owner. In addition to testing the car, Dragon Sir and Edmond also talked about the intangible cultural heritage brought to the world by Japanese sports cars in the 1990s, in addition to the increasingly expensive JDM cars.
Similar to the same WRC homologation as Mazda 323 GT-R, there is Nissan Pulsar GTi-R.
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