Mitsubishi LEGNUM VR-4 Type S '97
Mitsubishi LEGNUM VR-4 Type S '97
Appears in Gran Turismo 2 (RM)
Displacement 2497 cc
Drivetrain 4WD
Aspiration Turbo
Engine 6A13TT
Max Power 259 HP
Length 4710 mm
Width 1740 mm
Height 1450 mm
Weight 1,570 kilograms (3,500 lb)
Power/Weight Ratio 6.06 kg (13.4 lb) per horsepower

The Mitsubishi LEGNUM VR-4 Type S '97 is a road car produced by Mitsubishi. It only appears in Gran Turismo 2, being replaced by the 1998 VR-4 Type V.


There are eight colors available for this vehicle:

  • Galaxy White Pearl
  • Hamilton Silver Metallic
  • Pyrenees Black Pearl
  • Palma Red
  • Finesse Green Pearl
  • Winning Turquoise Pearl
  • Meister Blue Metallic
  • Trigger Mauve Pearl

In-game DescriptionEdit

This description is taken from the PAL version of Gran Turismo 2:

This is the Legnum which made its debut as an estate in August 1996, sharing components with the new Galant, with three number sizes equivalent to M class through L class. Although looking at the body size it seems that the wheelbase is the same as the Galant, in the estate version the total length is increased by 50 mm and the total height by 80 mm. Heading the list of engines mounted in the model series is the 2.5-litre V6 DOHC twin-turbo in the top-grade VR-4 Type S, next comes the 2.5-litre V6 SOHC, then the 2.0-litre V6 SOHC, and finally the 1.8-litre inline-4 DOHC (GDI) mounted in the standard grade ST model completing the line-up. There was a minor change in 1998, and the engine power was slightly improved. In particular, after the minor change, the previous maximum power output of 260ps/5,500rpm and maximum torque of 35.0 kgm/4,000rpm of the 2.5-litre V6 DOHC twin-turbo engine in the VR-4 Type S was increased to a maximum power output of 280ps/5,500rpm and maximum torque of 37.0kgm/4,000rpm. Although both FF and 4WD were provided in the ST configuration, only full-time 4WD was specc'd for the performance-hungry VR-4 Type S. Again, with regard to the transmissions provided, in the case of the ST, either a 5-speed manual or 4-speed AT could be selected, but the VR-4 Type S came only with a 5-speed manual. Moreover, the VR-4 Type S featured AYC (Active Yaw Control), ASC (Active Stability Control), and TCL (Traction Control) as standard equipment. In addition, there was a SUPER VR-4 model which featured further special fittings such as aero parts in addition to this equipment.



This car can be found at the Mitsubishi Used Cars Dealership for 19,400 Credits.



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