Sports Cars

Follow my installing cars tutorial and the readme.txt, if the mod has one.

Neuralite by Fragdieb2 (31st May 2005)


Following from the success of their original self-title “Neural” ultracar, this engimatic design studio decided that their next machine should be a more practical offering. Taking the ideas of Lotus and bringing them hurtling into the 21st century, the Neuralite is made from sophisticated composite materials and uses an almost horizontal driving position to create an incredibly low and light vehicle.

A normally aspirated 2.6 litre 24-valve V6 engine mounted transversely in front of the rear axle. Advanced aerodynamics are used to stabilise the vehicle without applying a huge amount of downforce so that the car becomes an absolute joy to nimbly drift around the twistiest of circuits at breakneck speed.

Honda S2000 by Sin5k4 (23rd September 2004)

Honda S2000

Widely considered as the first of the truely 21st century sports cars (later entries would be the Nissan 350Z and the Mazda RX-8) the Honda S2000 combines the everyday practicality required of any car with the precision and accuracy everyone now expects a true sports performer. One of the methods which allows it to achieve this is the twim camshafts which allow the engine to pootle around the shops until you pile on some revs, when it comes into life and screams up to over 9,000RPM!

Toyota Supra by Sin5k4 (23rd September 2004)

Toyota Supra

Toyota have a lot of experience of creating road-going turbocharged engines and their expertise is reinforced by the sucess of their excellent motor sports history. The Supra is the modern culmination of these decades in motorsports and is regarded as one of the most accomplished sports saloons in the world.

Neural by Fragdieb2 (21st September 2004)


Exotic styling house “Neural” have a short and enigmatic history. Created somewhen during the late 1990s, their headquarters have never been located. It is rumoured that rather than being a formal vehicle manufacturer with factories and offices, the machines are created by aliens at the request of the design team in exchange for samples of their DNA.

Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 7 by Sin5k4 (30th July 2004)

Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 7

The Mitsubishi Lancer has become something a legend in motoring circles.This, the seventh iteration, builds upon the blistering speed and agility from previous editions to create a new and exciting performer. Faster than the same edition Subaru Impreza and more agile than the equivalent Nissan Skyline, the EVO series is renowned as the vehicle most rewarding for precise drivers.

Porsche 911 Turbo by Fragdieb2 (29th July 2004)

Porsche 911 Turbo

One of the most famous sports cars in motoring history, the Porsche 911 has been around for decades. Renowned for its tail-happy yet controllable handling, the rear-engined vehicle is available in countless flavours. This particular edition is equipped with a flat six, turbocharged powerplant and offers formiddable performance.

Porsche 911 Speedster by Fragdieb2 (29th July 2004)

Porsche 911 Speedster

Open-top sports cars are usually regarded as the domain of posers and hairdressers but that is certainly not the case here. The normally-aspirated engine provides exceptionally fast throttle response which matches the lightened body. Although the lack of a roof reduces the ridgidity of the chassis, carefully tuned suspension and reinforcment in key locations reduces the performance loss usually associated with such a configuration.

Nissan 300ZX by Sin5k4 (31st December 2003)

Nissan 300ZX

Nissan are more renowned for such mass-market products as the Micra and their range of small saloons than for sports cars but the 300ZX has become something of a cult classic. Distinctive headlights somewhat akin to the Bugatti EB110 and a black rear lighting panel with rounded oblong lights are just a couple of the styling cues that make the 300ZX distinctive.

Toyota MR2 mkII by Dup (15th October 2003)

Toyota MR2 mkII

Toyota have been involved in motorsport of many years and the lithely MR2 relfects this knowledge. Classic styling cues such as the vertical rear window are mixed with the modern rear wing to create a design which is a modern classic.

Mazda RX-7 Savanna by Sin5k4 (5th September 2003)

Mazda RX-7

The only sports car to use the Wankel Rotary system for its engine, the RX-7 is renowned for its exceptional engine power per litre and smooth delivery. This early edition of the modern classic FR layout promises extreme drifting from all that smooth power and a taut chassis.

1988 Audi Quattro by Sin5k4 (5th September 2003)

Audi Quattro

Mentioning four wheel drive would automatically put people in mind of the Land Rover defender, until this car revolutionised the automobile. Since it was built, no car has won the World Rally Championship without four wheel drive. Without this car, created by the vision of a dozen dedicated Audi engineers, there would be no Nissan Skyline, no Subaru Impreza and the world of sports cars would be a very different place.

Nissan Skyline R33 by Ashdexx (23rd July 2003)

Nissan Skyline R33

The Nissan Skyline, recognised as the king of 4 wheel drive sports cars, here offers a raw introduction to the world of powerslides with the R33 edition. Getting on for 300 horses and a nimble chassis ensure the skilled driver a fantanstic experience.

Lancia Delta by Sin5K4 (15th July 2003)

Lancia Delta

Inspired heavily by the landmark of rally workshop which was the Audi Quattro, the delta was created by the often overlooked Lancia company. However, this marque became immortalised due to brilliant sucesses with the Delta Integrale and of the Stratos before it.

Lamborgini Diablo (conversion) by Asche (14th July 2003)

Lamborgini Diablo

One of the most photographed marques in the world, Lambourgini’s styling shows none of their agricultural roots (they used to make tractors). This very recent incarnation of the diablo retains the classic 1970s wedge nose, but the scissor doors and world-class performance prove this to be a truely contemporary work.

Subaru Impreza by Sin5k4 (16th June 2003)

Subaru Impreza

Having gained much prestige from winning the 1995 World Rally Championship, the Impreza has become the stallion of the Subaru stable. This is the newer version of the car, which caused some controversy as it left behind the boxy shape of the previous version.