|1979 - 1980|
|470 bhp @ 9000 rpm|
|288 lb·ft @ 7200 rpm|
|1020 kg (2249 lbs)|
|192 mph (309 km/h)|
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The M1 Procar Championship was created due to motorsport rules and regulations having changed during the M1's development,which prevented it from entering most motorsport events.
The M1 Procar in Shift 2: Unleashed appears as a Retro GTX car with a B 1370 performance rating and 3,76 handling rating. It can be purchased for $500,000.
Need for Speed: WorldEdit
The M1 Procar first appeared in Need for Speed: World during the fifth Spot the Devs contest event on March 23rd, 2012, being driven by the game developers and community managers. It was made available for purchase as a Tier 3 car on the same day. Since August 22nd, 2012, it has been featured as an 'A' Class vehicle.
It is purchasable with pre-installed Amerikon Speedsystems street tuned parts and has an overall rating of 734. It costs 5,100. The M1 Procar is upgradeable to 'S' Class but cannot be modified with body kits.
The M1 Procar is one of the fastest A Class cars and superior to every BMW in terms of performance. It has a powerful acceleration and nitrous boost. Its handling is useful for exiting tricky corners quickly, but might feel loose under hard cornering. Top speed is 216 mph (348 km/h).
On June 22nd, 2012, a "Treasure Hunter" variant was released. It is currently unavailable for purchase.
Unlike the standard version, it can be purchased with Gromlen race tuned parts as standard. Its overall rating is 745. Similar to other Tresure Hunters, the M1 Procar is customised with a unique licence plate and a green neon with diamond patterns.