How much horsepower does a Galant VR4 have?

How much horsepower does a Galant VR4 have?

How much horsepower does a Galant VR4 have?

In road-going trim the four-door sedan produced up to 195 horsepower depending on market, giving the car a top speed of over 130 mph (210 km/h) and allowing it to accelerate from 0–60 in 7.3 seconds, with a quarter mile elapsed time of 15.3 seconds.

What engine did the Galant VR4 have?

Forgoing the 4G63T, the Galant VR-4 EC5A instead uses a new engine: the 2.5 L 6A13TT, a twin turbo V6 engine.

Did the Galant have a 4G63?

The 1991-’92 Galant VR-4 shared the same basic drivetrain as the top-flight DSMs-namely the 4G63, all-wheel drive and five-speed gearbox.

What does VR4 mean car?

“Viscous realtime all wheel drive with 4 wheel steering.” This would be a logical explanation for the meaning of VR4, as cars that carried the VR4 badge featured a viscous coupling, all wheel drive that transferred power based on road conditions in ‘real time’, and four wheel steering.

What kind of engine does a Galant VR-4 have?

It’s an all-wheel drive front-engined medium sedan with 4 doors & 5 seats. With 276 hp, the twin turbocharged 2.5 Liter 24v V6 gasoline engine accelerates this Galant VR-4 to 62 mph in 5.8 seconds and on to a maximum speed of 150 mph.

What happened to the Galant Evo?

Once the Galant was retired from rally racing it allowed them to fit them with V6 engines since the rules of rally didnt apply anymore. If you read the reviews the V6 fitted into the last generation Galant VR4 produced more torque and virtually none of the turbo lag found on the evo.. but the car had all the same tricks as the slightly smaller evo.

When did the Super VR-4 come out?

The Super VR-4 trim level was based on the pre-facelift Type-S and sold only in January 1998 on both the Galant sedan and the Legnum wagon, with a limited run of approximately 800 units. Only available in two colors, Redma, a bright red and Hamilton Silver.

What makes the Lexus VR-4 so special?

This complex rear diff was first seen on the Lancer Evo IV, and used an array of sensors to detect and quell oversteer, giving the ultimate VR-4 great agility for a vehicle of its size and weight.