|Cizeta V16T '94|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo 4|
Gran Turismo PSP
Gran Turismo 5
Gran Turismo 6
|Type in GT5||Standard|
|Interior in GT6||Detailed|
|Engine||2x Lamborghini V8|
|Max Power||579 BHP|
|Performance Points||544 PP|
|Max Torque||543.84 lb-ft|
|0-60 Mph||4 seconds|
|Top Speed||222 miles per hour (357 km/h)|
|Length||4,442 millimetres (174.9 in)|
|Width||2,060 millimetres (81 in)|
|Height||1,115 millimetres (43.9 in)|
|Weight||1,640 kilograms (3,600 lb)|
|Power/Weight Ratio||2.83 kg (6.2 lb) per horsepower|
There are four colors to choose from:
- Alpine White
- Cizeta Canary
- Cizeta Red
- Jet Black
"Bold in terms of performance, design, and mechanism. A supercar packing all the dreams of a mature driver."
Even in the world of the supercars, there is no other car maker as unique as Cizeta. Starting in the 1980s, musician Giorgio Moroder, along with Claudio Zampolli, a wealthy exotic car dealer in America, began work on a project that focused on "making a never-before-seen supercar." The name Cizeta was formed from the initials of Zampolli.
The man slated to design the car was Marcello Gandini, who also penned the Lamborghini Countach and Lancia Stratos. The car drew gasps when it was introduced in 1988. The Cizeta V16T's name is based on its engine, a 16-cylinder V-shaped powerplant that was horizontally mounted behind the cockpit. The engine was actually two Lamborghini Uracco V8s coupled together, combined yielding a displacement of 6.0 liters, producing 560 HP. This allowed the wedge-shaped car to reach a top speed of 203 mph, thanks to its exceptional aerodynamic shape and its low curb weight. It was reputed to reach 60 mph in about 4 seconds, while still providing its occupant with a high level of luxury.
The car didn't fare well at the dealerships, with only a handful of them being sold. Part of the problem was its steep $300,000 price tag. The company closed its doors in 1995, but they still produced the Cizeta on demand.
It can only be obtained by winning the Supercar Festival in the Professional Hall. It is showcased but not for sale in the Cizeta dealership.
This car can be purchased for 636,660 Credits.
As a standard car, the Cizeta V16T '94 can occasionally be purchased at the Used Car Dealership for around 630,000 Credits. It can also be obtained by winning the MR Sports Cup in A-Spec
It can be purchased at the Cizeta Dealership for 636,660 Credits. It now has a detailed interior. It can also be obtained by achieving all gold trophies in the fourth set of events in the Goodwood Festival of Speed. A special 15th Anniversary Edition was available as a pre-order bonus.
- This car was the first post-war car with a 16-cylinder engine (the Bugatti Veyron being the second with a W16).
- The V16T was built from 1991-1995, though it was still available to special order since 2006.
- The Sultan of Brunei owns two V16Ts.
- The engine isn't a pure V16; instead, it was formed using two separate flat-plane V8 engines joined by one crankshaft.
- Giorgio Moroder, the car logo's designer, is actually an electronic dance and synth music producer. He is credited with funding the design process of the V16T.
- The car's shape features a similarity to Lamborghini Diablo, as the car's design was based on Marcello Gandini's original design for the Diablo; Gandini was unsatisfied with Chrysler's (Lamborghini's parent company in 1987) decision to alter his design for the production Diablo.
- ↑ This is incorrect. The actual MSRP of the car at launch was $650,000