Mitsubishi GALANT VR-4 (J) '96
Mitsubishi GALANT VR-4 (J) '96
Appears in Gran Turismo (RM)
Gran Turismo 2 (RM)
Displacement 2498 cc
Drivetrain 4WD
Aspiration Turbo
Engine 6A13TT
Max Power 276 HP
Length 4680 mm
Width 1740 mm
Height 1420 mm
Weight 1,480 kilograms (3,300 lb)
Power/Weight Ratio 5.36 kg (11.8 lb) per horsepower

The Mitsubishi GALANT VR-4 (J) '96 is a road car produced by Mitsubishi. It so far appeared only in the original Gran Turismo and Gran Turismo 2.


There are ten colors available for this vehicle:

  • Sofia White
  • Hamilton Silver M/Thurston Gray P
  • Hamilton Silver Metallic
  • Pyrenees Black P/Thurston Gray P
  • Pyrenees Black Pearl
  • Palma Red
  • Palma Red/Thurston Gray P
  • Roanne Red Pearl
  • Finesse Green Pearl
  • Trigger Mauve Pearl

In-game descriptionEdit

This description is taken from the original Gran Turismo:

Mitsubishi's flagship car, the Galant, won the 1996 Car of the Year award in Japan. This model offers just one engine each for its front-wheel and four-wheel drives. The outstanding feature of this Galant is the GDI engine on the two-wheel drive model, a revolutionary engine that injects the petrol directly into the cylinders. The 1.8-litre inline 4-cylinder DOHC engine delivers 150 PS and 18.2 kgm. The VR-G Touring is the sporty grade of this 4-door model,[1] sharing top-of-the-range position with the VR-G Exceed. There is a choice of transmission between 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmission with sports mode. The 4-wheel drive VR-4 is powered by a 2.5-litre V6 DOHC twin-turbo 6A13 engine boasting 280 PS and 37.0 kgm, an engine with a truly overpowering performance. The VR-G Touring, despite its lack of power, provides an attractive well-balanced drive.



This car can be bought at the Mitsubishi New Cars Dealership for 29,800 Credits.


This car can be bought at the Mitsubishi Used Cars Dealership for around 17,900 Credits.



  • The rear bumper of the car's racing modification and the VR-G counterpart feature the text "Hajime Sport", which is a reference to Hajime Sakai, who is credited as part of car design and modelling staff in the first two Gran Turismo games.


  1. Incorrectly referred as a "2-door model" in the game
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