|Appears in||Gran Turismo 2|
TRD (real life)
|Max Power||266 BHP|
|Max Torque||224.2 lb-ft|
|Weight||1,290 kilograms (2,800 lb)|
|Power/Weight Ratio||4.85 kg (10.7 lb) per horsepower|
The car is a tuned version of the Toyota MR2 built by TRD.
There is only one color available for this vehicle:
- Super White II
This description is taken from the PAL version of Gran Turismo 2:
In Japan if you want to tune up your Toyota you go to TRD. The company uses its track experience to turn normal road cars into stunning race replicas. Take the MR2 for example. TRD will turn this little mid-engined sportster into the wild 2000GT. It's a full 100mm wider than the standard car and features an aggressive aero cowl to completely re-style the front end, turning it into a tarmac-snorting mean machine. The wheel arches are massively widened to cope with huge alloy wheels and chunky side skirts and re-worked bumpers are also added to go along with a rear wing that wouldn't look out of place on the grid at Suzuka. The suspension and engine can be tailor-made to suit your needs and the number of combinations are far too many to list. The Chaser saloon is also a recipient of the TRD treatment, with three engine options from two-litres to 2.5-litres and a 2.5 turbo. Again there are major styling enhancements including aero-bumpers with Cibie fog lamps plus a variety of lavish interior trim embellishments. Again the options for engine and suspension modifications are almost endless. At the top of the TRD tree is the 3000GT, its version of the already high-performance Supra. Its 50mm wider than the standard car thanks to major body building around the wheel arches to house new, grippier rubber. The front spoiler includes a race-style diffuser and there's an adjustable rear wing to alter the amount of downforce required. These sophisticated aerodynamic aids were developed on the track of the 1994 All Japan GT Championships, while a whole host of engine and suspension work can also be ordered - again with the knowledge that TRD will have tried and tested its techniques on the race track.
- The car was planned to have racing modifications in demo builds of GT2, but the car's racing modification was given to Toyota MR2 GT-S '98 instead.
- The version initially planned for this car included a car number (#25) and Enkei logos, which were removed in the final MR2 racing modification.
- In addition, the racing modification was also intended to be a separate car called TSUCHIYA MR2 '98 (with internal name of t2tmr), as it was based on that car.
- ↑ Misspelt "modicications" in-game