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The Mitsubishi 3000GT and Stealth were 2+2 grand sports coupes loaded high-tech features, designed to with luxury sports such as the Acura NSX, Corvette, Mazda RX-7, 300ZX and the Toyota Supra.

The of the 3000GT and Stealth date to 1990 with the introduction of the GTO in Japan. Mitsubishi was reluctant to use the

The Mitsubishi 3000GT and Dodge were 2+2 grand touring coupes loaded with features, designed to compete luxury sports cars as the Acura NSX, Chevrolet Mazda RX-7, Nissan and the Toyota Supra.

Mitsubishi 3000 GT

The origins of the and Stealth date back to with the introduction of the Mitsubishi GTO in Mitsubishi was reluctant to use the GTO name of Japan, so the car was sold by Mitsubishi as the in non-Japanese markets, including the States starting in 1991 and in 1999. Chrysler received its own of the car and sold it as the Dodge Stealth 1991 to 1996.

The GTO, 3000GT and the Stealth all manufactured at the same Mitsubishi in Nagoya, Japan.

The Stealth came in four levels–the base model, ES, and R/T Twin Turbo, while the came in three trim base model, SL and the VR-4. The and SL were front-wheel drive, with a 222-horsepower, 3.0-liter V-6 with either a standard manual or optional four-speed transmission.

The VR-4 weighed in at than 3,800 pounds, but all-wheel-drive, a five-speed manual, and a 3.0-liter, twin-turbocharged 24-valve V-6 it was quite a burner. In 1995, the engine used in the VR4 and R/T Twin was upgraded to 320 horsepower. With extra power and a six-speed the VR4 and R/T Twin Turbo could go 0-60 in 5.3 seconds.

Initially, Mitsubishi loaded the VR-4 with high-tech including pop-up headlights, adjustable suspension, customizable system, as well as automatically front and rear spoilers extended at 50 mph and retracted at 30 mph. In the pop-up headlights were with projector headlights, and the suspension, exhaust and spoilers removed from the VR-4.

In 1995, Mitsubishi introduced the Spyder, available in both the SL and trims, which added a hardtop-like roof that open or close in 19 seconds. In Chrysler stopped sales of the Stealth.

In 1997 the 3000GT a facelift that included a new rear spoiler, and the base engine was switched to a single-overhead 12-valve V-6 producing a disappointing 161 The SL and VR-4 received a sunroof for In 1999, the 3000GT received a few small cosmetic changes new front bumper, headlamps, panels and turn signals, the VR-4 also added a new wing.

Production stopped on the Mitsubishi after the 1999 model

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