The Mitsubishi Eclipse GS-T appeared in Motor City Online near the shutdown of the game's servers on August 29th, 2003. The GS-T was fitted with a V8 engine and altered from front-wheel drive to rear-wheel drive.
The Eclipse appears as a red stock model as well as a green modified variant with a body kit and custom rims. Both cars cannot be used in career mode and are only available once the player completes their reward card.
The Mitsubishi Eclipse GS-T is featured with a grippy handling, decent acceleration and average top speed, making it a useful car for most race events.
The Mitsubishi Eclipse GS-T appears in Need for Speed: ProStreet as a Tier 1 vehicle with a price of $18,000 and is already unlocked at the beginning of the game. Despite being a front-wheel drive sports coupe in real life, the GS-T uses an all-wheel drive system in this game.
Thanks to its all-wheel drive drivetrain, the GS-T is praised for its handling and can prove to be a useful starter car.
It is mainly suitable for Grip setups, as its top speed and acceleration are not good enough for Speed and Drag events.
It is one of the fastest Class C cars in the game. The Eclipse possesses a good acceleration as well as an above average nitrous boost. Despite this, the GS-T is capable of high-speed cornering without being difficult to handle in corners. Top speed is 156mph (251 km/h).
The Eclipse is an effective vehicle in every game mode and can be made into an effective Class B car. It can be upgraded up to Class A with Ultra parts.
The GS-T is capable of hitting very high speeds and reaching those speeds very quickly due to its impressive acceleration. The handling of the GS-T is direct and can easily keep the car at a high speed through long corners. A draw back of the GS-T is that it can suffer in slalom sections because its front-wheel steering. Top speed is 168mph (270km/h).
The body modifications are reminiscent of Underground Street Racing culture. A low body kit is fitted with the inclusion of a chin spoiler and brake cooling ducts though the front bumper. The Mitsubishi logo is removed from the bonnet of the GS-T and is instead fitted an exposed radiator.
The headlights are replaced with carbon-fibre replicas and the bonnet has been replaced with a custom made fabrication with a transparent middle for a purposely exposed engine bay. The body kit is equipped with air vents along the sides, a large rear diffuser and a large rear spoiler.
The Elite style is a uniquely altered elite variation of the regular Eclipse GS-T. It costs 8500 and was released on April 17th, 2012.