The Ford Capri RS3100 was a replacement of the Cologne V6 based RS2600. The RS3100 was Essex V6 based, with the usual 3.0 L Essex V6's displacement increased to 3098 cc. Unlike its predecessor, it used a double-barrel Weber carburettor, and reached the same 150 PS (110 kW). Only 250 RS3100s were built for homologation purposes. Besides the racing RS3100, the GAA was also used in Formula 5000.
The "Victory Lap" edition of the Ford Capri RS3100 was released on April 15th, 2013 with an exclusive World Vintage Series livery. It comes pre-equipped with Gromlen performance parts, 2-star skill mods, a lowering kit as well as a "CAPR1" license plate.
The Ford Capri RS 3100 has a stock top speed of 267 km/h (165 mph) for class C. It's accleration is good but lacks power in higher gears. It's Nitrous is good also. The handling of the Capri RS 3100 is very sharp and responsive with much grip.
In pursuits and Team Escapes the Ford Capri RS 3100 can perform well. Due to its narrow body and sharp handling it can dodge Rhinos and roadblocks with ease though it's very light. But it can regain its speed very quickly due to its good acceleration.