GTA San Andreas
In GTA San Andreas, the Super GT is based on a 1993 Mitsubishi 3000GT with the back of a 1993 Toyota Supra. The Super GT can be modified at TransFender garages. There are also two versions of this car; a hardtop and a targa top. It is also one the most expensive car to import in GTA San Andreas together with the Bullet and the Cheetah, cashing in at $84,000. However, the player is awarded $105,000 when he exports the car in mint condition.
In GTA IV, the Super GT (branded as a Dewbauchee car, although police radio chatter refers the Super GT as a Pfister) is an amalgamation of two or three sports cars. The front and side profiles appear to share design cues from both a modern Aston Martin DB9 and a Maserati GranTurismo, while the rear resembles that of a Ferrari 612. GTA IV's Super GT seems to be powered by a turbocharged 6 cylinder,as it shares an engine tone with the Comet. The Super GT may also be available with differing hood designs, either featuring a relatively smooth hood, or one with a low U-shaped ridge. The GTA IV variant is very rare, but a cheat can be entered in the cell phone to spawn one.
GTA San Andreas
Acceleration and top speed are among the best in this game, but the handling is poor, especially at high speeds. The Super GT tends to fishtail wildly when using the E-brake around corners.
Acceleration and speed of the Super GT - although the slowest of the supercars - are superior to many other sports cars in the game. The distinct sound of a turbocharger can be heard at higher rpms, which separates it from the other supercars. The Super GT is an excellent choice, for its speed and for its brakes, which are powerful and don't lock up very easily.
Modifications (GTA San Andreas)
It can only be modified at TransFender garages:
- Nitro (2X only)
- The Super GT plays the following radio stations by default when entered:
GTA San Andreas
- Outside the Driving School in Doherty, San Fierro after achieving bronze for all the challenges, constantly appearing with a maroon body.
- Behind the Control Tower at Easter Bay International Airport, San Fierro (usually locked)
- Spawns on The Strip, Las Venturas
- Driving around in the evening in Rodeo, Los Santos
- Importable from Easter Basin docks in San Fierro after completing export lists. Import cost: $84,000 (Tuesday only)
- During a car chase in one of Bernie Crane's missions, the Russian criminals drives a Super GT, while the character most likely drives a Turismo, as it is the car parked in front of Bernie's house. At the climax of the mission, the Russians hit a curb and crash their car, forcing you to get out of your Turismo and take them out on foot. Once they are dealt with you can steal the Super GT for yourself and save it. For its paintjob, it has a deep metallic version of one of five colors: grey, blue, red, green, or pink, all of which are unique. It can have a hood ridge or no hood ridge.
- As a part of the Text Message Car Missions from Stevie, he will ask you to procure one parked in front of the 69 in South Algonquin. Before taking it to Stevie's garage, save it in one of your parking spots and wait for another to respawn. Then take the re-spawn to Stevie.
- If you compete in Brucie's races early on, it is likely that you will see it in at least one them. You can kill the driver and steal it but you will cancel the race and your favor with Brucie will go down 3 percent.
- Outside the main entrance of the abandoned Sprunk factory where you must find and kill Chubby Charlie, in the mission Trespass.
- Spawn around Star Junction and The Triangle, Algonquin
- Can be found on the street next to the Bank of Liberty in The Exchange, Algonquin.
- Can spawn very easily and lots of them can spawn if you are driving one.
- Anywhere if you know or have the cheat code.
- Spawn in traffic in Multiplayer in GTA IV.