📸: Photo courtesy JapaneseNostalgiccar.com
Yes, Mitsubishi did badge a model of their Galant with the GTO name in the early 1970's, but we're going to pretend it never happened. The less said about that, the better. Instead, we'll focus on the performance car that Mitsubishi produced from 1990 to 2000. In fact, this car is better known as the 3000GT, or by it's slightly different sister car, the Dodge Stealth. The GTO was the Japanese domestic market version of the same car.
📸: Photo courtesy Sportscar.Ninja
Mitsubishi saw fit to bless the GTO with a 3 liter, twin-turbo V6 making up to 320 horsepower. The car also featured all-wheel-drive, four-wheel-steering, electronic suspension, active aerodynamics and dual-mode exhausts.
That wraps it up for this category, "Cars that have the GTO" name. With the one oddball exception, it appears that all of them actually live up to the concept of grand touring. Of course, some are "grander" than others...