On the parking in Minsk, “forgotten” the rarest sports car

Eyewitnesses noticed an abandoned sports car in a parking lot near the hotel Minsk.

The car has been standing for 5 years at a non-expensive car park. As it turned out, over the past two years, the owner has paid 1,480 Belarusian rubles, this is almost 45,000 in Russian money. During this time, the caravan fell on the car during the winter snowfall, it miraculously remained unscathed.

Portal abw.by decided to learn the history of the abandoned sports car. It turned out that the car belongs to a Japanese who rarely comes to Belarus. The car was the rarest K-1 Attack Roadster originally from Slovakia.

The car is medium-engine, the engine is borrowed from Ford. This is a 3.0-liter six-cylinder unit that produces 242 horsepower. At a weight of 992 kilograms, the roadster accelerates to 100 kilometers per hour in 4.9 seconds. The cost of these machines can be from 20 to 100 thousand dollars, depending on the configuration.

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