Unlike many show cars, the 1989 Mitsubishi HSR concept car arrived at the auto shows ready to perform. How does 200 mph sound?

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1989 Mitsubishi HSR Concept Car Specifications

Those who saw the 1989 Mitsubishi HSR concept car at auto shows were not necessarily surprised by the high-tech gadgetry installed by one of Japan's technological leaders. What did surprise them was the sleek design and powerful performance evidenced in the 1989 Mitsubishi HSR concept car specifications, as detailed below.

Manufacturer: Mitsubishi Motors Corp., Tokyo, Japan

Body design: 2-passenger, 2-door coupe; Kevlar/ polycarbonate body

Powertrain layout: front-engine, 4-wheel drive

Wheelbase: 102.4 inches

Overall length: 181.1 inches

Overall width: 71.3 inches

Overall height: 46.7 inches

Track, front: 58.5 inches

Track, rear: 56.7 inches

Weight: 2160 pounds

Approximate price: not available

Engine type: turbocharged dohc inline 4-cylinder (16-valve)

Displacement (liters/cubic inches): 2.0/122

Horsepower @ rpm: 295 @ 8000

Torque (lbs./ft.) @ rpm: 244 @ 5000

Fuel delivery: fuel injection

Transmission: 5-speed manual

Suspension, front: independent, electronic control

Suspension, rear: independent, electronic control

Brakes: front/rear discs, anti-lock; hydraulic air brake

1989 Mitsubishi HSR Concept Car Performance

Top speed: 200 mph

0-60 mph: not available

Quarter-mile: not available

mph @ quarter-mile: not available

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