The Mitsubishi GTO is a front-engine, all-wheel drive 2+2 hatchback sports coupé and Grand Touring car manufactured and marketed by Mitsubishi for model years (MY) 1990-1999, across a single generation with one facelift. Manufactured in Nagoya, Japan, the four passenger coupés were marketed in the Japanese domestic market (JDM) as the GTO, globally as Mitsubishi 3000GT and in North America for MY 1991-1996 as the Dodge Stealth — the latter as a badge engineered, mechanically identical captive import. As a collaborative effort between Chrysler and its Japanese partner, Mitsubishi Motors, Chrysler was responsible for the Stealth's exterior styling.

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  • The Mitsubishi GTO is a front-engine, all-wheel drive 2+2 hatchback sports coupé and Grand Touring car manufactured and marketed by Mitsubishi for model years (MY) 1990-1999, across a single generation with one facelift. Manufactured in Nagoya, Japan, the four passenger coupés were marketed in the Japanese domestic market (JDM) as the GTO, globally as Mitsubishi 3000GT and in North America for MY 1991-1996 as the Dodge Stealth — the latter as a badge engineered, mechanically identical captive import. As a collaborative effort between Chrysler and its Japanese partner, Mitsubishi Motors, Chrysler was responsible for the Stealth's exterior styling. The GTO, 3000GT and Stealth were based on Mitsubishi's Sigma/Diamante and retained their transverse mounted 3-liter, 24-valve V6 engines and front-wheel-drive layout. The GTO's engines were naturally aspirated or with twin-turbochargers and were also available with active aerodynamics (automatically adjusting front and rear spoilers), four-wheel-steering, full-time all-wheel-drive and adaptive suspension. Mitsubishi also marketed a retractable hardtop variant, engineered and converted from coupé models in California by ASC and marketed as the GTO Spyder or VR4 Spyder for MY 1995–1996. – the first fully automated retractable hardtop since the 1959 Ford Skyliner. The JDM model took its name from the Galant GTO, a two-door hardtop coupé marketed by the company in the early 1970s, which in turn took its name from the Ferrari 250 GTO, short for Gran Turismo Omologata which signified that it met motorsport homologation regulation. In most export markets, Mitsubishi called their product the 3000GT so as not to disrespect or cause confusion between the Mitsubishi and the Ferrari nor the Pontiac GTO. (en)
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  • The Mitsubishi GTO is a front-engine, all-wheel drive 2+2 hatchback sports coupé and Grand Touring car manufactured and marketed by Mitsubishi for model years (MY) 1990-1999, across a single generation with one facelift. Manufactured in Nagoya, Japan, the four passenger coupés were marketed in the Japanese domestic market (JDM) as the GTO, globally as Mitsubishi 3000GT and in North America for MY 1991-1996 as the Dodge Stealth — the latter as a badge engineered, mechanically identical captive import. As a collaborative effort between Chrysler and its Japanese partner, Mitsubishi Motors, Chrysler was responsible for the Stealth's exterior styling. (en)
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