A stock Mitsubishi 3000GT can generate between 300 to 320 horsepower from a V6 twin turbo engine. The 3000GT is a rebadged Mitsubishi GTO production car for the export market from Japan. The Mitsubishi GTO line of cars was produced between 1990 and 2001.
In the United States, the Mitsubishi 3000GT was sold under Chrysler as a Dodge Stealth until 1996. Both cars were mechanically identical, with only minor changes made to the vehicles' appearance. Between 1996 and 1999, the 3000GT was sold under the Mitsubishi brand name. The 3000GT was assembled at Mitsubishi's plant in Nagoya, Japan. During the 1991 Indy 500 race, a Dodge Stealth was used as the pace car, but it was substituted by a Dodge Viper after a complaint by the United Auto Workers.