|2.0L Turbo I4 (4G63T)|
|210 bhp @ 6,931 rpm|
|214 lb·ft @ 2,660 rpm|
|1,305 kg (2,877 lbs)|
|140 mph (225 km/h)|
The Mitsubishi Eclipse GS-T is a trim level available for the 1994-1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse. The GS-T trim level is a front wheel drive a hardtop equipped with a 2 litre 4G63T DOHC 16-valve engine.
The trim level also featured 16" alloy 5 spoke wheels, grey painted lower body panels, a different spoiler and a stainless steel exhaust.
Motor City OnlineEdit
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.
Need for Speed: CarbonEdit
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.
Need for Speed: ProStreetEdit
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.
Need for Speed: WorldEdit
The Mitsubishi Eclipse GS-T was added into Need for Speed: World's car dealership as a Tier 1 vehicle on April 18th, 2012. It was first made available in an "Elite" style. Since August 22nd, 2012, the Elite has been featured as a Class B vehicle. A stock variant with a Class C rating was added on September 25th, 2012.
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 Elite GS-T is upgraded with Gromlen race tuned parts, two-star rated skill mods and given an overall rating of 547. It is also customised with an Elite themed paint job and non-removable body kit. Top speed is 168mph (270km/h). It costs 8,500.
A player that is currently driving the Elite can activate the two subwoofers in the rear of the car by pressing "K." The "custom beat" played is a shortened rendition of Junkie XL's Castellated Nut which was previously featured as a menu song in Need for Speed: ProStreet.
The Eclipse was made available in a "4G63" Drag model style variant on November 28th, 2012. It is upgraded with drag skill mods and Gromlen race tuned parts, but only has an overall rating of 507, as opposed to the Elite variant, due to a lower acceleration and handling rating. The 4GS3 is customised with aftermarket parts, a removable body kit and livery. It is purchasable for 3,500.
- The Mitsubishi Eclipse GS-T can be selected as a Bonus Drag car and Bonus Grip car for Race Day mode. Both cars are modified as standard.
|Need for Speed: ProStreet|
(Junkie XL - Castellated Nut)
|Mitsubishi Eclipse (Model Range)|
|GSX • GS-T • GT|