- Download count 232
- Unique foldername chibiae86
- Skin for
- Based on Daytiny
- Release date 2023-05-22
- Version from 2023-05-24
- Version 1.1.5
- RVW-ID 36837
- Category Rookie Car
- Unconventional car?
- Construction Remodel
- Engine Electric
- Transmission 4WD
- Top speed 30.7 mph
- Total weight 1.2 kg
- Acceleration 2.42 m/s²
- Track difficulty
- Track length m
- Reverse version available?
- Time trial times available?
- Practice mode star available?
- Zenki has good acceleration, mediocre top speed, and good handling.
- Because it mimics an FR vehicle, it is very tail-happy. The car likes to slide around and will even need countersteering sometimes despite being AWD.
- Although drifting is fun, it's not the fastest way to get around. Drive the car like Humma for optimal lap times while using the minimal amount of oversteer needed for sharp corners.
- Zenki has poor offroad performance due to its rear grip. Feather the throttle and steer carefully when driving on dirt or grass.
- Overall pace is about average. It can be slower than Marienkafer if driven inefficiently or almost as fast as Humo if driven well.
- Zenki is modeled after the Toyota Corolla Levin GT APEX (AE86). "Zenki" refers to the 1983-85 pre-facelift models (as opposed to "kouki" for 1986-87).
- There are a lot of skins. 3 colors (High Flash, High Metal, High Tech) for 4 variants (Levin, Levin with optional grill, Trueno, Trueno popups active). Last skin is a parody of Fujiwara's Trueno from Initial D.
- Update v1.1: Retweaked handling, added new visuals.
- Update v1.1.5: Corrected typos in parameters.
Update v1.1.5: There were some bad typos in the suspension settings, so I have corrected those and readjusted the handling of the car. It should feel a more predictable now though the car does not slide out as much as before.
"Zenki" was released by Toy-Volt on the 25th anniversary of this sporty economy car popularized by motorsports and media. The RC model features handling that mimics a FR car thanks to a high-viscosity oil used in the rear differential, dampers uniquely tuned for this vehicle, as well as different front/rear tire compounds.
In 2013, Toy-Volt released a special edition model in celebration of the final volume of the In**** D manga. It has no mechanical changes compared to the standard Zenki, but the body and wheels are painted and molded to look like those on the protagonist's vehicle.