The Mugen CR-X Pro.3 is a Road car produced by Mugen, but is listed as a Honda car in its only appearance in Gran Turismo 2.


There is only one color available for this vehicle, it is unnamed in-game:

  • Forest Green Mica

In-game Description

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

The third generation CR-X underwent a full model change in February 1992, was nicknamed "Del Sol", and greatly changed its course. Its styling is worth noticing. The FF layout was not changed, but a visual mid-ship quality was added. Note the high-tech open top, with full electric operation. The opening mechanism is very complex, first raising the trunk, moving the roof backwards for storage in the trunk, then lowering the trunk. (Some grades kept this a manual operation). Based on the CR-X Del Sol, Mugen added a more sporty feel to create the model called Mugen CR-X Del Sol PRO.3. First, the aero-parts. The keen facial expression is created with the front bumper spoiler, side steps, and rear wing, which brilliantly supplied the sportiness that was lacking in the normal version. The aluminium wheels are also switched to 5-spoke wheels. The interior features a real leather small diameter steering wheel and shift knob. As in the Civic, the B16A model specs of 170PS[1]/7899rpm (155ps for automatic transmissions) and 16.0kgm/7300rpm remain basically untouched, but the thoroughly tested sports exhaust system has skyrocketed the feel of it and provided visual and sonic impact. There are, of course, an abundance of functional parts in addition to these, and full installation will morph the car into a sports compact that can hold its own against the Civic.



This car can be won by winning the first race of the Historic Car Cup, located on Tahiti Road. It can also be won by winning the second race of the 80's Sports Car Cup, located on Special Stage Route 5.


  • This is the only car in Gran Turismo 2 that is assigned as a prize car in two separate events.
  • The description of this car (at least in the PAL version) is oddly very specific on the rpm figure when describing the power output of the car, it also calls the boot a "trunk", which, while it is the correct word for North Americans, is out of place in a European game description.



  1. Capitalised in-game, while the second occurrence is not
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