There’s nothing better than hearing a powerful engine get fired up. Some purr, others growl, and all of them make us feel warm inside. Nobody understands this more than Nitto.
Nitto (which is one of today’s top tire companies) brings us a mesmerizing video that features the roaring engines of some of the world’s greatest and most classic automobiles. The featured vehicles include:
2014 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4
1964 Austin Healey 3000 Mark III
1969 Jaguar E-Type
2006 Saleen S7 Twin Turbo
Surprisingly, the video is not an advertisement that is trying to push Nitto products. In fact, many of the vehicles shown are fitted with other company’s tires.
But, this doesn’t seem fair. After all, Nitto took the time to give us this great entertainment!
Well, to right this wrong, I’ll give a quick shout out to Nitto.
Originally founded in 1949, Nitto offers tires for off-roading, street performance, and all-terrain action. And they are UNDOUBTEDLY one of today’s best tire companies. Of course, you don’t have to take my word for it; you can always look at their track record.
For years, Nitto has been sponsoring championship caliber drivers, especially on the Formula Drift circuit.
Some of Nitto’s biggest name drivers are Vaughn Gittin Jr., Chelsea DeNofa, Matt Field, and Odi Banks. All of these drivers are amongst the very best in the world. In fact, Vaughn Gittin Jr. has earned a slew of championship trophies and was even named the “Ace Driver of the Decade.”
Recently, Gittin commented on his partnership with Nitto. He said, “I am pumped to be a part of the awesome Nitto team and continue flying the Nitto flag all over the world. The entire RTR drift team has been working hard during the short off-season and we are fully focused on bringing home our second Formula DRIFT Championship and our 4th consecutive championship in China’s World Drift Series.”
In today’s world, looking at a company’s track performance is the best way to judge a tire’s capability. Well, based on Nitto’s history, it’s easy to see that they ARE as good as it gets.