Nissan Silvia S14 Zenki was released in Japan in 1995. In comparison with its precursor in the body S13, this version turned out increasingly lower. In the exterior it looked more rounded and smooth. The car lost the branded “jumping” headlights, which are installed in place of the standard fixed optics.
The next year, the S14 underwent through small restyling, which made its looks even more aggressive and dynamic. The Japanese masters reshaped the bumpers and replaced the taillights with new ones. This model was labeled S14a (S14 Kouki). As powertrains for the Nissan Silvia S14 were offered several options for four-cylinder petrol engines. The basic version is aspirated 2.4-liter with 155 hp.
The engine consisted of two pairs of 2.0L turbo engines producing 200 hp output (0-100 km in 7.5 sec.) and 250 hp (6.5 sec). Besides this, the carwasfitted with a multi-link rear suspension, as well as optional limited slip differential.
Here we have an excellent drifting session filmed during the Demon Energy D1NZ Round 1 – Manfeild Raceway 2014 with Shayne Giles in his Nissan S14 Silvia powered with the amazing RB26DET engine.