|Dodge Concept Car LM Edition|
The Dodge Concept Car LM Edition as it appears in Gran Turismo 2
|Appears in||Gran Turismo|
Gran Turismo 2
|Displacement||2700 cc (GT1)|
---- cc (GT2)
|Drivetrain||(GT1, GT2 PAL version) FR|
(GT2 NTSC/NTSC-J versions) MR
|Max Power||560 BHP (GT1)|
526 BHP (GT2)
|Max Torque||437.6 lb-ft (GT2)|
|Length||4242 mm (Both GT1 and GT2)|
|Width||1829 mm (Both GT1 and GT2)|
|Height||1262 mm (Both GT1 and GT2)|
|Weight||900 kilograms (2,000 lb) (GT1 PAL)|
603 kilograms (1,330 lb) (GT1 NTSC)
860 kilograms (1,900 lb) (GT2)
|Power/Weight Ratio||1.61 kg (3.5 lb) per horsepower (GT1 PAL)|
1.08 kg (2.4 lb) per horsepower (GT1 NTSC)
1.63 kg (3.6 lb) per horsepower (GT2)
Two colors are available for this car in the original Gran Turismo:
- Dark Purple
However, in Gran Turismo 2, only one color is available for this car:
This car can be won by winning the Anglo - American Sports Car Championship. It has a chance of 1/2 (50% of probability) to come as a prize car.
This car can be won by winning the third race of the Convertible Car World Cup, located on Trial Mountain Circuit.
- The appearance of this car as an MR car in Gran Turismo 2 is actually a bug, because the Dodge Concept Car in real life is an FR car. This bug, that also happens on the normal Dodge Concept Car, was fixed in the PAL version of the game.
- In Japanese Trial version of GT1, the car was planned to have an unique livery (shared with the regular Concept Car's planned racing modification). When the racing modification was removed, the car became effectively a factory-tuned, special color version of the normal Concept Car.
- Because of this and the fact the game still treats the car as a race car, the car cannot enter road car-only events in GT1.
- ↑ Not specified