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The 1999 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 (Z15AM) is an all-wheel drive grand tourer that was produced by Mitsubishi from 1990 to 2001.[1] It is the export model equivalent to the Japanese domestic market GTO model.

The 3000GT competed with other Japanese technological forerunners of the 1990s such as the Acura NSX and Toyota Supra. It was also sold under Chrysler's Dodge brand as the Dodge Stealth.

The 3000GT was regularly updated with changes to its exterior design, with its final update being applied in 1999, the final year of export model sales. Japanese GTO models were manufactured until 2001.[2]


Need for Speed: Underground 2

The 3000GT VR-4 appears in Need for Speed: Underground 2 and is unlocked upon completing URL event 12 during career stage 4.

The all-wheel drive system and twin turbo V6 give the 3000GT VR-4 a high top speed and quick acceleration, although said performance aspects also come with drawbacks in handling due to a high weight.

Unlock Complete URL Race 12 in Stage 4
0 - 60 mph 0 - 100 mph Top Speed Torque Power
Stock 5.73 seconds 14.04 seconds 159.0 mph (256 km/h) 314.8 ft-lb 319.7 bhp
Fully Upgraded 3.69 seconds 9.34 seconds 207.0 mph (333 km/h) 397.3 ft-lb 472.0 bhp

Need for Speed: No Limits

The 3000GT VR-4 appears in Need for Speed: No Limits as part of the "Gatecrasher" update in the "Proving Grounds: Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4" event that first took place from April 30, 2022 at 17:00 (PST) to May 15, 2022 at (17:00 PST).


The 3000GT VR-4 is a classic sports class car that requires 40 common blueprints to unlock. The blueprints required to unlock the vehicle can be found from various sources:

  • "Proving Grounds: Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4" event
NFSNL GaragePlaceholder.jpg Classic Sports Classic Sports Stock 293 Performance Rating
NFSNL GoldStar 2.pngNFSNL GreyStar 4.png x40 Common Blueprints Max 4875 4420 4973 648 Performance Rating
Stage Upgrades


  • In Need for Speed: Underground 2, the 3000GT VR-4 is fitted with a spoiler from models manufactured before 1999.