The 4th generation of the Mitsubishi Eclipse GT was set into production in 2006 and its design is influenced by the 2004 Mitsubishi Eclipse Concept E. The car is powered by a 3.8L 6G75 V6 engine adapted from the 3rd generation Mitsubishi Pajero. The V6 engine produces 260hp and is only available in FWD.
The "Orbit" edition was added to the game on July 27th, 2010, and is a rental variant of the Mitsubishi Eclipse GT. The car comes with mixed street Performance Parts.
The "Black" edition was added to the game on July 27th, 2010, and is the In-Game Cash variant of the Eclipse GT. The car is completely stock and features no performance parts.
The "C-Spec" edition was released on September 9th, 2013, as a top-up offer for 8,000. The car features mixed performance parts giving the car an overall rating of 499, the maximum overall rating for Class C. The car also features 3-Star Skill Mods and unique Aftermarket Parts including an "ECLIPSE" License Plate.
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The Mitsubishi Eclipse GT has a stock top speed of 199 km/h (124 mph) which is low for Class E. Its acceleration is very weak but it can be somewhat compensated with its average nitrous output. Its handling though isn't great either as the Eclipse GT suffers from understeer.
The Mitsubishi Eclipse is a decent choice for Team Escapes because of its average weight. It can smash roadblocks without major problems (at high speeds) but a Rhino will cause problems. Its tendency to understeer also makes it hard to dodge Rhinos. The handling becomes worse at higher speeds so it is advised to avoid long straights. Have powerups ready in case the car is stopped by police, as the acceleration is not enough to get it back up to speed before being busted.