|Toyota MR-S S Edition '99|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo 2 (RM)|
Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec
Gran Turismo 4
Gran Turismo PSP
Gran Turismo 5
Gran Turismo 6
|Type in GT5||Standard|
|Interior in GT6||Simple|
|Max Power||138 BHP|
|Performance Points||377 PP|
|Max Torque||125.9 lb-ft|
|Weight||970 kilograms (2,100 lb)|
|Power/Weight Ratio||7.03 kg (15.5 lb) per horsepower|
The Toyota MR-S S Edition '99 is two-seat, lightweight, mid-engined roadster produced by Toyota. It appears in every main Gran Turismo game to date since Gran Turismo 2 (as Toyota MR2 S Edition '99 in Europe and Toyota MR2 Spyder '99 in the US), with the exception of Gran Turismo Sport. Both MR-S and MR2 branding variants have been purchasable since Gran Turismo PSP.
There are seven colors available for this vehicle:
- Super White II
- Silver Metallic
- Super Red V
- Super Bright Yellow
- Green Mica Metallic
- Blue Mica
"The new generation Toyota sportscar that introduced a new style of midship cars."
After the successful run of the SW20 (the second-gen version of the original MR2), the general public started to shy away from high-performance sports cars, instead opting for more fun and comfortable forms of transportation. So for the third-generation MR2, which made its debut in 1997 as the MR-S in Japan, the two-seater mid-engined car was totally transformed, going from a corner-devouring performance machine to a fashionable modestly-powered convertible, This was reflected in the car's styling, especially the face, which was now dominated by two large headlights.
Although the U.S. decided to keep the "MR2" moniker as part of its name, calling it the MR2 Spyder, the new car was hardly a reflection of the previous version. The engine, still mounted amidships was the 1ZZ-FE, a 1.8-liter DOHC inline-4 that produced 138 BHP and 125.8 lb-ft of torque. Fortunately, the car weighed less, so the MR-S's acceleration was still respectable if not head-snapping.
At the start, the engine came mated a 5-speed manual gearbox, with a 5-speed automatic added in August 2000. This evolved into a high-tech semi-automatic in August 2002 that gave drivers the best of both manual-shifting and full-automatic modes.
The MR-S was definitely a legitimate sports car, with good power and excellent handling character, however, it will perhaps never get the true credit it deserves because it lacked the tremendous power and sporty nature of the two models that came before it.
The car be purchased from the Toyota New Cars Dealership in East City for 19,800 Credits.
The car can be purchased from the Toyota section of the Japanese category of the Car Dealership in Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec for 19,800 Credits in Gran Turismo/Simulation Mode. It is also one of the default C-class cars selectable in Arcade Mode. There also exists a special blue variant of the car, which can only be obtained by winning the Beginner MR Challenge.
This car can be bought in the Late 90's Used Cars showroom for approximately 13,000 Credits (1,300,000 Credits in Japan).
Both the Toyota MR-S S Edition '99 and the Toyota MR2 Spyder '99 can be purchased for 19,800 Credits each.
As Standard cars, both the Toyota MR-S S Edition '99 and the Toyota MR2 Spyder '99 can be purchased from the Used Car Dealership for around 19,800 Credits each. Both cars are Level 0.
The Toyota MR-S S Edition '99 and the Toyota MR2 Spyder '99 can be bought at the Toyota dealership for 19,800 Credits each. Both cars have simple interiors.
- The ZZ engine found in the MR-S is different than ordinary ZZ engines, as it's an all-aluminum engine and featured lightweight cast rods.
- ↑ Misspelt as "SR20" in-game