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Toyota Corolla GT-S

The Corolla GT-S ( AE86 ) known as Toyota Sprinter or Hachi-Roku ) was developed in 1982 for the model year by Toyota. continued until 1987 and is known for its appearance in the Initial D series.

There are two versions of the the Sprinter Trueno and the Corolla which has fixed headlights of pop-up lights.

Its RWD set up and weight made it a popular tuner car as as a favourite of Keiichi Tsuchiya.

Need for Speed: Underground 2

The Toyota Corolla GT-S in Need for Speed: Underground 2 as an car.

Although being the car with standard performance in the the Corolla GT-S is also one of the handling cars within 1. With upgrades, the car can be made to cars unlocked in later of the career mode. When upgraded, it is one of the fastest vehicles in the with lightning-fast acceleration and handling.

The Corolla GT-S is a useful car. It is also quick in X and in other race events, the player can fully use its performance

Need for Speed: Carbon

The Toyota Corolla GT-S as a Tier 2 Tuner classed car in the EA version of Need for Speed: It cannot be purchased in career nor modified. It can be selected in Quick as the standard variant in white and as a modified variant in red.

The GT-S has formidable acceleration and is of reaching an average top speed for a 2 Tuner. It handles well in but the Mitsubishi Eclipse GS-T may be The Corolla GT-S is best in Drift and in every other mode.

Need for Speed: Edit

The Toyota Corolla appears in Need for Speed: as a Tier 1 vehicle with a price tag.

Given its chassis and rear-wheel drive the Corolla GT-S has notable characteristics. It responds quickly to inputs by the player and only after entering a turn too This makes the GT-S useful in technical race and in Drift events as its handling long and smooth drifts.

The GT-S has moderate acceleration in of a small four-cylinder engine, delivers a low top speed and underwhelming when driving uphill.

will find the GT-S to be useful in Drift and Grip. It fares well in Wheelie due to its low weight.

Need for Speed: Edit

The Corolla GT-S in Need for Speed: Nitro as a C vehicle and costs $55,000.

Series Edit

The Toyota GT-S is purchaseable for $18,000 and is as a Tier 1 car with a 1.50 Car in Need for Speed: Shift. It is of a Works conversion.

The Toyota GT-S reappears in Shift 2: as a Retro Road classed car a D 100 performance rating and 1.97 rating. It can be acquired for $5,500.

The Team Need for Speed Corolla GT-S also in this title as a Retro GTX car with a 1510 overall and 2.97 handling rating. It can be by players upon completing the Discipline.

As seen in ProStreet, the GT-S can keep up with cars like the Nissan 2000GT-R C10. because of its body. This trait the Corolla GT-S to have a direct steering than more powerful Tier 1 and D cars.

Due to this, players are to use the car in any Drift event and in any other event, which takes in a difficult race course.

for Speed: World Edit

April 30th, 2010, the Corolla GT-S was added the dealership in Need for Speed: as a Tier 1 vehicle. Since 22nd, 2012, the AE86 has featured as a ‘D’ Class

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It is currently purchaseable for 300,000 an overall rating of 277. It is available for 1,500. This rated as a ‘C’ Class is upgraded with Gromlen tuned parts and has an overall of 472. Both variants are to ‘B’ Class.

The Corolla GT-S was slower any other Tier 1 starter car in of power. However, this was compensated with a superior Standard top speed was 121 mph (194

Since the Car Classes Update, the GT-S has been an average D car. Compared to other priced cars, it has a good and handling because of a low weight. to more expensive D Class its acceleration might be lacking. Its top has been increased to 128 mph (206

Players might find the GT-S to be a good choice for their E Class vehicle a D Class one. Similar to the Silvia (S15). it also well in higher classes, as as upgrades are regularly applied. It is useful in pursuits events due to its chassis, although lower level events can be completed

The one-day rental variant, is a ‘D’ Class vehicle an overall rating of 345. It 80 and has a few aftermarket and performance parts

The Speedhunters variant, known as in-game, was obtainable by players, who the Starter Pack from EA or EA Store UK, but was made also available to Origin users 2012.

It is customised with a lowering kit and other aftermarket The Speedhunters version shares the overall rating as the rental

On December 21st, 2012, a variant was added to the title. It as a ‘C’ Class vehicle.

It is with a mixed set of Pro Sport parts and with four skill mods. It is also with a series of aftermarket The C-Spec has an overall rating of 499 and is as a top-up gift for the purchase of or 50,000 .

Need for Speed: The Run

The Toyota Corolla GT-S in Need for Speed: The Run as a Tier 1 car and as the NFS , which is classed as a Tier 3

The standard variant is unlocked by five objectives in the Underground The Tier 3 variant is unlocked by twelve Autolog recommendations. cars’ handling is rated as .

The Tier 1 Corolla GT-S’s delivers 240bhp at 10,500 It goes from 0-60mph in 6.2 and hits a top speed of 141 mph (227

The Tier 3 Corolla GT-S’s delivers 416bhp at 6,100 It goes from 0-60mph in 4.4 and hits a top speed of 170 mph (274

Both cars are average in of acceleration, although their top may be lacking within their

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