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MITSUBISHI 3000 GT Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 4
First production year: 1990
Engines: Gasoline
Body style: Coupé (two-door)
 

1994 - 1999

The second generation 3000 GT ( or GTO) came with a redesigned front bumper with projector beam headlights replacing the previous pop-up headlamps, round projector foglights, as well as reshaped side vents and rear bumper. The interior received dual air bags, a new audio system and revised air condition system. Bigger wheel and tires were offered beginning with 1995, the basic model coming with...

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gasoline engines:

  MITSUBISHI 3000 GT DOHC 24v V6

  MITSUBISHI 3000 GT DOHC 24v V6 twin-turbo

  MITSUBISHI 3000 GT SOHC 12v V6

1994 - 2001

Mitsubishi updated the 3000 GT four years after the model's introduction, dropping some of its cool factors but adding other new features. At the beginning of the '90s, there was a drop in the worldwide economy, and some carmakers felt that on their budgets. Mitsubishi desperately tried to tell people about its models' qualities, but it wasn't very convincing. Despite havi...

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gasoline engines:

  MITSUBISHI 3000 GT 3.0L V6 Turbo 6MT (286 HP)

1990 - 1994

The 1990 Mitsubishi 3000 GT it was sort of a Grantourismo Japanese car. In order to sell them in the U.S., the Mitsubishi had to cut a deal with Chrysler Corp. So, Chrysler made some exterior modifications and sold it as a Dodge Stealth. But the Mitsubishi was the real deal. And yes. Both had pop-up headlights. The long, flat, hood, the small cabin, and the big, rear window were part of the ...

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gasoline engines:

  MITSUBISHI 3000 GT 3.0L V6 DOHC 24v 4AT (222 HP)

  MITSUBISHI 3000 GT 3.0L V6 DOHC 24v 5MT (222 HP)

  MITSUBISHI 3000 GT SOHC 12v V6

1990 - 1993

The 1990 Mitsubishi 3000 GT it was sort of a Grantourismo Japanese car. In order to sell them in the U.S., the Mitsubishi had to cut a deal with Chrysler Corp. So, Chrysler made some exterior modifications and sold it as a Dodge Stealth. But the Mitsubishi was the real deal. And yes. Both had pop-up headlights. The long, flat, hood, the small cabin, and the big, rear window were part of the ...

full description and technical specifications