What Cars Would You Stealth?

The "stealth" cars in Gran Turismo 5 are all supposed to be special tune jobs of cars with black paint and some extra performance modifications. They are mostly for those endowed with the Signature Edition, which certain codes are made available to unlock these models. This is where you get to race these rare cars in Gran Turismo 5. What cars would you "stealth" for a Gran Turismo title?

Let's set the mood with a picture:

Gran Turismo stealth car
^ from: digitalspy.co.uk - the Mazda 787B is one of six "stealth" cars in Gran Turismo 5.

This post was FINALLY removed from "John's Blog Space" and put here on "John's Gran Turismo Space" to properly suit my GT audience.





--- What Cars Would You Stealth? ---

This is a Just for Fun deal regarding what car I would want as a stealth. I'm actually going to divide my stealth picks in a few categories. Each of them will be noted by a certain heading.

What I Would Stealth: Production Cars.

These are sports cars all-time that I would "stealth" from all Gran Turismo titles so far:
• (any Pagani Zonda)
• the Jaguar XJ220
• the Mitsubishi 3000GT/GTO Twin Turbo MR (any year)
• any Ferrari F430 (even the F430 Scuderia)
• the Dodge Viper SRT-10 ACR
• the 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray
• the 1997 Chevrolet Camaro Z28
• the Holden Monaro or 2003 Pontiac GTO (from GT4)
• (any Lamborghini MurciĆ©lago)
• the Power House Amuse S2000 GT1 (from GT4; though it is a Tuner car)
• the TVR Cerbera Speed 12 (from GT3)
• the Toyota Tacoma X-Runner (from GT4)
• the Honda S2000
• the Chevrolet Corvette C5 ZO6
• the Ford GT
• the Ruf RGT
• the Ruf CTR2 Sport (from GT2)
• the Toyota Chaser TRD Sports X30
• the Saleen S7


What I Would Stealth: Race Cars.

I would want a stealth Toyota GT-One. I prefer the 1999 Toyota GT-One that nearly won Le Mans that year, but the GT-One is one awesome race car.

• the Bentley EXP GT (from GT4)
• the Ford Falcon XR8 Race Car
• the Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak
• the Toyota Chaser LM (from GT1)
• the Alfa Romeo 155 2.5 V6 TI Race Car (from GT2 and GT4)
• the Panoz Esperante GT1
• the Honda NSX LM GT2 (from GT1)
• the Audi R8 LMS Race Car
• the Peugeot 206 Rally Car
• the Opel Tigra Ice Racing Car (from GT2)
• the Pescarolo Courage C63 (from GT4)
• the Lotus Motorsport Elise (which is somehow NOT considered a race car)
• the New Beetle GT2 (from GT2)
• the Nissan R92CP
• the Nissan R390 GT1 Race Car
• the Mazda RX-7 LM Race Car
• the Team Oreca Dodge Viper GTS-R (from GT3 and GT4)


If it was possible, I'd want a stealth Formula Gran Turismo. I'm uncertain that Bernie Ecclestone would want me to have a stealth F1 car on the grid, though. ;) Then again, who needs Bernie when we have Kazunori Yamauchi? Imagine a stealth F1 car!


What I Would Stealth: Just for Fun!

These are cars I would "stealth" if I could do so for any car from any Gran Turismo. These include both production and non-production cars. Have a look:

• the Honda Odyssey (from GT4)
• the Renault Espace F1 (from GT2)
• the Honda Mugen Beat (from GT2)
• the Suzuki GSX-R/4
• the Nissan Skyline Gran Turismo Pace Car
• the Honda S800 Race Car
• the Chaparral 2J





Now you know what cars I would want with the "stealth" treatment if I could do such a thing in the Gran Turismo realm. What cars would YOU stealth? Comment away. Thank you for reading!

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