thats a Opel Kadett C coupe
i used to own the 2door sedan version of that. good car
but i cant see that it would be a good drift car, since the suspension is to be polite "basic"
Kadett and Gemini were sister cars.
Isuzu Gemini ZZ/R Coupe
Front Suspension - Independent, unequal-length A-arms (double wishbone), coil springs, hydraulic tube shock absorbers, anti-roll bar
Rear Suspension - Three link, live axle, torque tube, trailing arm, panhard rod, coil springs, hydraulic tube shock absorbers, anti-roll bar
Engine - 1.8 liter DOHC 130 PS / 128 HP
Weight - 965 kg / 2127 lb
Front Suspension - Independent, MacPherson struts, coil springs, hydraulic shocks, I beam lower control arm.
Rear suspension - Live axle, 4-bar links with lateral rod, swaybar.
Engine - 1.6 liter 4AGE DOHC, disputed power rating accepted as inflated in brochures, accepted to actually measure around 125 HP
Weight - 998 kg / 2200 lb
Double wishbone front suspension is what sports and exotic have. EG: Lotus Elise/Exige, Corvette, Ariel Atom.
A MacPherson strut bolted to a spindle, riding on an I beam lower control arm is what economy cars have. EG: Ford Escort, Yugo, Chevy Cavalier.
Double wishbone reduces camber as the suspension compresses, improving traction during cornering.
The MacPherson strut suspension increases camber as it compresses, causing loss of front end traction and understeer.
MacPherson strut does allow for the use of camber plates. But without an upper arm to decrease the camber angle as the suspension moves up, the tendency toward understeer persists. Full race conversions usually involve conversion to double wishbone front suspension.
And a good double wishbone design like the Gemini has, will have slotted mounts for the upper ball joint to provide the same adjustment as camber plates do for MacPherson strut cars.
And the Gemini weighs less and has a higher power output than the AE86.