Radio controlled drifting is a new section of the hobby. Most any touring car can drift with the right tires and set up, but I prefer electric touring cars. The main reasons for this is that gas touring cars have a tendency to overheat while drifting, and they don't have as much immediate torque required to break the tires loose.
I currently have an electric touring car set up for drifting. It is a 10 year old MR4-TC BD. It has custom made PVC tires, which work well.
I have also drifted a Hpi micro rs4, but I sold it a while ago. It drifted well, but I would recommend a 1/10th scale, just because they are less twitchy.