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Yes, there’s an actual name for cars with extreme negative camber, and it’s called stanced. The Nissan 350Z you see above has wheels that are tucked way inside the fenders and to run the required excessively wide wheels with tires that are stretched just to fit onto the wheels, negative camber is required. One major caveat is that its rear tires are most likely extremely worn on the inside, while the outside still looks brand new. Read more for a video and additional information.
Plus, there’s probably only an inch of contact patch with the ground. This kind of stanced car can’t even pull into a driveway without bottoming out, ripping the bumper off or cracking the vehicles oil pan. Some modifications are so extreme that you can’t even turn the vehicles steering wheel fully in either direction without the tires rubbing.
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