The Car Which was Way Too Progressive For Its Time 1994 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4

Compared to high-end Japanese sport coupe such as the Toyota Supra, Acura NSX, Mazda RX-7 and Nissan Skyline, the awd / 4x4 Mitsubishi 3000GT never managed to receive as much praise and support, especially taking in account how great its VR4 version is.Its excellent stability and nimble handling on track have made us  fall in love with the car. Further more, thanks to the adaptive suspension and a luxurious interior, 3000GT VR4 also provides more comfort and hence better experience on the street in comparison to its famous rivals.

And it almost feels as if you're driving a luxury sports cars .  Although it's first version appears in 1994 the car is right on par with the upcoming 2017 sports cars . You have awd, twin turbo car... an all wheel steering, active aero and more !

It also gives impressive acceleration numbers – for merely 4.9 seconds it does 0-60 and a quarter mile for merely 13.5 seconds. However, the active aerodynamics, four-wheel-steering, all-wheel-drive and adaptive suspension of the 3000GT VR4 were way too innovative for 1994, and hence not well understood by consumers.

Today, however, that wouldn’t have been the case with petrolheads embracing such technologies with open arms.

The 3000GT was the main tremendously persuasive Japanese auto, in fact one of the  best sports cars not to make it into the Fast and Furious establishment and along these lines didn't profit by the market support that different autos like the Toyota Supra, Nissan Skyline, and Mitsubishi Lancer Evo did. It was additionally the main radiance auto go that included a base model that was, in logical terms, white-hot dogshit.

For example, base 1999 3000GT like this prime case would basically look practically indistinguishable to the top-spec VR4, short some air and identification changes, with the exception of that rather than the 3.0-liter double overhead cam, twin turbocharged 320 drive V6 motor fueling every one of the four wheels through a six speed manual gearbox, Mitsubishi utilized the 3.0-liter single overhead cam actually suctioned 160 torque motor got from their Montero SUV.

Not to exceed themselves, they then had the unadulterated cheek to make this cumbersome behemoth front wheel drive and gave it a discretionary four speed programmed transmission. This implied a keep running from zero to 60 miles for every hour would take you nine seconds at best. A really remarkable addition to the  Mitsubishi symbol line up. The car is very tunable too ! It's way more interesting than a family sedan !

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