There are four colors available for this vehicle, they are unnamed in-game:
- Creta White
- Blade Silver Metallic
- Festival Red
- Carnival Yellow
This description is taken from the PAL version of Gran Turismo 2:
The Beat, a micro sports car from Honda, made its debut in May 1991. The Mugen Beat was based on this car, with Mugen parts built in. Note its aero-parts. The front mask gives it a more sporty look than the normal car, with its side steps, rear wing, and rear bumper spoiler. It is also provided with a hardtop, and the aluminium wheels are made by Mugen. Other exchanged parts on the interior are the steering wheel, shift knob, and seats. Its aluminium roll cage is also a key point. This further increases the rigidity of the body that was already very solid for an open car. In the underbody, the shock absorbers and coil springs are Mugen parts. The sheer fun of the drive is stepped up a notch with these. The engine is basically left as normal, but the centre two-pipe muffler provides visual impact and a wonderful sound. The classical Mugen parts fit beautifully, and do not look out of place at all. This all adds up to a compact car with plenty of punch.