The first generation of Mitsubishi 3000GT vehicles incorporated four-wheel drive, automatically adjusting spoilers and electronically controlled suspension. With some original features of the 3000GT omitted, the 3000GT released as the Dodge Stealth for the U.S. Market.
The 3000GT includes a 3.0 liter V6 engine coupled with a six-speed transmission including overdrive function. The engine features twin turbochargers and intercoolers, electronically controlled multi-point fuel injection and twin spray injectors. The engine is capable of sustaining 320 horsepower at 6000 rpm and producing 315 pounds of torque at 2500 rpm.
The vehicle has computer controlled electronic suspension with two modes, tour and sport. Sport control provides anti-squat, roll and dive support with control integrated into G-sensors for throttle and steering angular velocity sensor readings.
Safety specifications include dual airbags with multiple impact sensors, an anti-lock braking system on all wheels and three-point seat belts.
The Mitsubishi GTO is a sports car built by Mitsubishi and manufactured between 1990 and 2001. The vehicle, rebadged and sold as a 3000GT to foreign markets, retained the Dodge Stealth name in North America. The Dodge Stealth has the same mechanical features as the GTO and 3000GT models, but has minor differences in appearance. Both models included pop-up headlights and caps on the hood to accommodate the electronically controlled suspension.
Modifications to first generation models included in later manufacture are a revised front bumper and projector beam headlights, new audio system and changes to the air conditioning refrigerant. Additionally, an upgraded convertible version of the 3000GT released in America as the VR4 Spyder.