Mitsubishi 3000GT is a futuristic sports car. The proof even though the old-made sports car, but can compete with new sports cars.
Mitsubishi 3000GT first came out way back in 1990, and the VR-4 is one of the most advanced sports cars in the world at that time. Renovated in 1994, the 3000GT VR-4, along with the Japanese market Nissan Skyline GT-R is the Asian equivalent of the American muscle cars – big, barrel weight and packing power.
Second, they are all-wheel drive, compared with U.S. rear-wheel-drive. All-wheel drive combined with four-wheel-steering heavy and expensive. Acceleration is a strong point of the VR-4′s. Backing up the AWD system is four-wheel steering design that turns the rear wheels in the opposite direction from the front at low speeds. When all is said and done, Mitsubishi 3000GT VR43000GT VR-4 graves from the corner, regardless of road conditions. proves that even the best car design must ultimately be updated.
The “bar performance car ‘has dramatically increased since 1991 and 3000GT can not compete. It still offers good performance, but by no means a great performance car. The VR-4 rear suspension is a double wishbone arrangement. VR-4 also has a 4-wheel steering. Large four-wheel ventilated disc brakes slow the VR-4-under. ABS standard. Four-wheel-drive system consists of the center limited-slip differential with viscous coupling, rear differential also uses a viscous coupling. Normal torque split front / rear 45/55 VR 4 so that each one rear-drive bias under normal circumstances. Fast as the VR-4 is more than a sports car race car. With so much rubber on the ramp and on all wheels, 3000GT VR-4 is a great touring machine for two people. 3000GT is stable under hard braking, the benefits of AWD, that the adjustment of the rear wheels maintains, as the rear of the car increases.