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- — Southern San Andreas Super Autos description.
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The vehicle is based on the Honda S2000 roadster, judging by the overall design and the similar name.
The vehicle is distinguished by its basic design and sporty nature, where the front end features a central mesh grille spanning about half the car's width, as well as small circular fog lamps that work when the engine is on. The upper area is occupied by the license plate on the centre that partially covers the grille, black headlamp housings with dual circular units and inner fog lamps each, and small amber indicators on the outer edges of the car. The bonnet area is relatively simple and bears the manufacturer emblem on the front, while the sides have small elevations starting from the inner edges of the headlamps and end on either lower corners of the windscreen.
The sides of the car are denoted by the flat profile on the wheel arches, the upswept skirting area and the thin body lines passing through the entire car, as well as the manufacturer badging on the front fenders and the coloured horizontal hoor handles. The greenhouse area features black trim around and small mirror shells, as well as a black retractable roof with a similar mechanism to the Surano, where it slides to the rear area and keeps the front section leveled to later fold down and cover most of the portion behind the seats. The car also has a small boot compartment.
The rear of the car consist of a detail with a third brake lamp on the boot lid, along with the manufacturer logo below. Either side of the car are black tail lamp housings, each one consisting of dual circular units with outer red LED lamps and inner white lamps, as well as vertical amber indicators on the outer edges. The bumper has a basic appearance and features a dedicated section for the number plate, as well as two mouldings for the exhaust tubes.
The vehicle shares the same "Feroci" dial set as vehicles like the Coquette, the Serrano and the Habanero. However, like the Blista Kanjo, the steering wheel bears the manufacturer logo on the horn cap. In addition, it uses a white variation of the interior used on the aforementioned cars, able to be painted.
The primary colour of the car is applied on the bodywork and the overstitches of the steering wheel, while the secondary one is applied on the lower portions of both ends, the skirts and the detail on the boot lid. A trim colour is also available for the interior, as well as a dial colour that also affects the brake calipers. It uses a set of six-spoke rims with low-profile tyres.
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The RT3000 has good top speed and acceleration, but is hindered by its extremely poor traction. It will wheelspin massively on hard launch, which negates its good acceleration capability initially, but once the vehicle is on the move, it catches up to the vehicles ahead pretty quickly. Due to its poor traction, it suffers from massive oversteers and unstable characteristic when turning round corners despite having precise and sharp steering feel. Braking seems to be the strong suit of the vehicle, as it halts the vehicle from high speeds in no time, even beating the best vehicle of its class, the Calico GTF.
Despite its poor traction and its characteristic to oversteer, it is one of the best vehicles to be used for drifting, as the precise steering allows the driver to point at which direction the car is moving quickly and the characteristics of the vehicle makes it easier to initiate a drift without any other inputs (i.e. handbrake), as all one will need to do is to turn left then right quickly enough for the rear end to swing out and catch it back with a countersteer, thus it would hold the drift extremely well.
Crash deformation is average like the other vehicles in the update, as it does not deform too badly upon impacts, but be cautioned that the RT3000 would tend to lose body parts rather easily but it does not impact how the car drives.
The RT3000 is powered by an inline-4 engine fitted with a pod filter on the inlet manifold, mated to a 6-speed gearbox in a front-engine, rear wheel drive configuration. Its engine sound is a higher-pitched variation of the one used on cars like the Monroe, the Bifta and the Kuruma.
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(0-60 mph in Seconds)
(mph / kmh)
(FWD / RWD / AWD)
(kg / lbs)
|N/A||93 / 149||6||N/A||RWD||1275 / 2811||65|
|N/A||N/A||6||Inline-4 (In-game model)||RWD||Cannot be observed||Cannot be observed|
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|Armor Upgrade 20%||$7,500|
|Armor Upgrade 40%||$12,000|
|Armor Upgrade 60%||$20,000|
|Armor Upgrade 80%||$35,000|
|Armor Upgrade 100%||$50,000|
|Bumpers||Front Bumpers||Stock Front Bumper||$2,200|
|Race Car Bumper||$7,400|
|Rear Bumpers||Stock Rear Bumper||$2,200|
|Race Kit II||$15,300|
|Street Kit II||$15,700|
|Performance Kit II||$16,100|
|Engine||Engine Block||Stock Engine Block||$28,200|
|Primary Color Valve Covers||$45,120|
|Secondary Color Valve Covers||$47,940|
|Polished Valve Covers||$50,760|
|Carbon Valve Covers||$53,580|
|Skull Valve Covers||$56,400|
|Camo Valve Covers||$57,810|
|Cam Cover||Stock Cam Cover||$20,400|
|Primary Color Cambelt Cover||$32,640|
|Secondary Color Cambelt Cover||$34,680|
|Polished Cambelt Cover||$36,720|
|Carbon Cambelt Cover||$38,760|
|Skull Cambelt Cover||$40,800|
|Camo Cambelt Cover||$41,820|
|Black Exposed Vernier Pulleys||$42,840|
|Blue Exposed Vernier Pulleys||$43,860|
|Red Exposed Vernier Pulleys||$44,880|
|Purple Exposed Vernier Pulleys||$45,900|
|Polished Strut Brace||$19,200|
|Carbon Strut Brace||$20,400|
|Medium Polished Strut Brace||$21,600|
|Medium Titanium Strut Brace||$22,800|
|Titanium Strut Brace||$24,000|
|Triangulated Strut Brace||$24,600|
|Wide Titanium Strut Brace||$25,199|
|Large Polished Strut Brace||$25,800|
|Stickerbomb Strut Brace||$26,400|
|Polished Twin Bar Strut Brace||$27,000|
|Extreme Billet Strut Brace||$27,600|
|Lightened Racing Strut Brace||$28,199|
|Air Filters||Stock Air Filter||$7,200|
|Mesh Covered ITBs||$12,240|
|Secondary Color ITBs||$12,960|
|Large Foam Filter||$13,680|
|Large Mesh Filter||$14,400|
|Individual Cone Filters||$14,760|
|Individual POD Filters||$15,480|
|Engine Tunes||EMS Upgrade, Level 1||$9,000|
|EMS Upgrade, Level 2||$12,500|
|EMS Upgrade, Level 3||$18,000|
|EMS Upgrade, Level 4||$33,500|
|Chrome Tip Exhaust||$750|
|Big Bore Exhaust||$1,800|
|Titanium Tuner Exhaust||$10,500|
|Twin Chrome Tip Exhausts||$12,000|
|Twin Titanium Exhausts||$13,750|
|Twin Tuner Exhausts||$14,625|
|Headlight Covers||Stock Headlight Covers||$5,400|
|Red Headlight Glass||$8,640|
|Green Headlight Glass||$9,180|
|Blue Headlight Glass||$9,720|
|Yellow Headlight Glass||$10,260|
|Iridescent Headlight Glass||$10,800|
|Fenders||Stock Front Fenders||$300|
|Side Vented Fenders||$1,500|
|Secondary Intake Fenders||$2,000|
|Carbon Intake Fenders||$2,750|
|Vented Performance Fenders||$4,350|
|Vented Performance Fenders II||$5,000|
|Intercooler With Twin Fans||$1,340|
|Intercooler With Water Sprayer||$1,650|
|Logo Monster Intercooler||$3,200|
|Intercooler w/ Radiator||$3,650|
|Single Vented Hood||$8,000|
|Double Vented Hood||$9,600|
|Triple Intake Hood||$11,000|
|Secondary Transparent Hood||$12,500|
|Horns||Main article: Los Santos Customs/Horns||-|
|Semi Stripped Interior||$16,320|
|Race Dash & Stripped Interior||$17,340|
|Flocked Dash & Stripped||$18,360|
|Carbon Dash & Stripped Interior||$19,380|
|Aluminum Panel Doorcards||$12,240|
|Carbon Panel Doorcards||$12,960|
|Primary Color Doorcards||$13,680|
|Secondary Color Doorcards||$14,400|
|Aluminum Race Doorcards||$14,760|
|Carbon Race Doorcards||$15,119|
|Painted Sports Seats||$6,630|
|Carbon Sports Seats||$7,020|
|Ballistic Fiber Sports Seats||$7,410|
|Painted Tuner Seats||$7,800|
|Carbon Tuner Seats||$7,995|
|Ballistic Fiber Tuner Seats||$8,189|
|Painted Bucket Seats||$8,385|
|Carbon Bucket Seats||$8,580|
|Ballistic Fiber Bucket Seats||$8,775|
|Painted Track Seats||$8,970|
|Carbon Track Seats||$9,165|
|Ballistic Fiber Track Seats||$9,360|
|Carbon Race Seats||$9,555|
|Steering Wheels||Stock Wheel||$8,400|
|Neon Kits||Main article: Los Santos Customs/Lights||-|
|Dinka Race Car||$19,380|
|Meinmacht Street Car||$23,370|
|Princess Robot Bubblegum||$25,650|
|Stance Andreas (27)||$26,220|
|Atomic Motorsport (92)||$26,789|
|Dinka Performance (124)||$27,360|
|Shiny Wasabi Kitty (149)||$27,930|
|Total Fire (174)||$28,500|
|Carbon Racing Mirrors||$12,240|
|Plates||Blue on White 1||$200|
|Blue on White 2||$200|
|Blue on White 3||$200|
|Yellow on Blue||$300|
|Yellow on Black||$600|
|Respray||Main article: Los Santos Customs/Respray Colors||-|
|Secondary Sport Hardtop||$2,500|
|Carbon Sport Hardtop||$2,850|
|Full Carbon Sport Hardtop||$3,400|
|Carbon Performance Splitter||$13,110|
|Secondary Low Spoiler||$10,000|
|Primary Ducktail Spoiler||$13,000|
|Secondary Ducktail Spoiler||$14,000|
|Carbon Wing Type II||$16,000|
|Extreme Downforce BGW||$16,500|
|Muscle Killer Wing||$17,000|
|Wheels||Main article: Los Santos Customs/Wheels||-|
- (N) denotes the liveries that are unlocked by earning Reputation at the LS Car Meet, where "N" represents the Reputation level required.
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- Available for purchase from Southern San Andreas Super Autos for $1,715,000 or for $1,286,250 after unlocking its trade price.
- The "Backside Sponsors" livery is based on James Li`s Honda S2000, albeit with a different color scheme.
- The "Princess Robot Bubblegum" livery strongly resembles a particular example of Honda S2000 itasha.
- Despite the "Princess Robot Bubblegum" livery is for the RT3000, it features a japanese text "ディンカブリスタ" that means "Dinka Blista".
- The "Atomic Motorsport" livery resembles the iconic blue and yellow Spoon Sports Hondas, similar to the Blista Kanjo.
- The "Dinka Performance" livery is based almost exactly on a fanmade Honda S2000 Yuasa Livery in Forza Horizon 4.
- The "Total Fire" livery is based on a Honda S2000 from the Nürburgring Endurance Series.
- As expected, installing a hardtop option would render the car unable to lower the roof, although the windows still roll up/down like any convertible.
- The default radio stations for the RT3000 are Non-Stop-Pop FM and Still Slipping Los Santos.