The 2000 Nissan Silvia S15 Spec-R is owned by David Park and recognized by the FBI as Nissan 240SX using illegal modifications.
David Park's (Ron Yuan) car was this one-of-a-kind (well, in the U.S.) S15. Apparently, director Justin Lin loved the Silvias in Tokyo Drift so much, he wanted one for the followup as well. Since the S15 was never released in the U.S., the production team used a few 240SXs with clever body kits to act as doubles. Of them, the true S15 is the only one that survived the shoot.
Engine: turboed SR20DET with a GReddy intake and a Koyo radiator with dual electric fans. Other performance mods include Tomei Turboman headers, Grenade stainless exhaust pipes, an RSR downpipe, an RPS Stage 4 clutch with lightened chromoly flywheel, a B&M short shifter, a Tomei Technical trax 2-way diff, Cusco coil-overs, and GReddy six-piston brake calipers front and rear. Appearance mods include Volk Racing 18" rims, a Cwest GT widebody kit, and a VIS carbon fiber hood.