Mitsubishi Motors is well on its way to making more alternative fuel vehicles, like the Engelberg Tourer concept shown at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show, along with interesting technology. Mitsubishi Electric, another part of Mitsubishi Corp, demonstrated a lot of neat self-driving technology at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show, and Mitsubishi recently made a deal with The Mobility House to help bring their Dendo Drive House to life. Even with all of this cool stuff though, a lot of racing car enthusiasts are wondering if Mitsubishi Motors will ever go back to their roots of rally cars. Here’s a blast from the past.
Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4
Oh if there was a greatest sports car of all time, it would be the 3000GT (pictured above), also known as the Japanese GTO in its home country. This was powered by a twin-turbo 300 horsepower engine, came with an all-wheel drivetrain, and sweet active aerodynamics that helped it rev up from 0-60 mph in 5.4 seconds. Back then, it was faster than the Honda NSX and half the price. Not only this, but at one point, the 3000GT was rebadged and sold as the Dodge Stealth! Who knew?