The Mosler MT900 GT3 is a Mosler MT900-based GT3-spec race car built by Mosler.
Launched in late 2006, the Mosler MT900 GT3 was an attempt by Rollcentre Racing to adapt the MT900R for compliance to the new FIA GT3 category used in various championships. However, the lack of production Moslers led to the FIA rejecting the homologation and forcing Rollcentre to turn elsewhere. The car is allowed into the International GT Open, Australian GT Championship and Belcar series along with the British GT championship which runs to GT3 rules, but has not been approved for other series which use the GT3 category. MT900R GT3 cars use the LS7 7.0L V8 (427 cui) rather than the LS1 5.7L (350 cui) version from the original MT900R.
Added in the December 2015 Santa's Gift Update, the Mosler MT900 GT3, renamed to Mosler GT3, is the first Mosler car in the game and the second-to-the-last car added in the update, before the TRION NEMESIS.
Expected to be the highest-performing non-Elite Car in Class A that can be purchased with Credits, the Mosler GT3 starts off ranked as 1481, maxes out at 1656, and caps at 1765 with Pro Kits. The car receives a Tuning Kit bonus of +38 rank points. Its main rivals are the Ferrari 330 P4, McLaren 675LT/9FF GT9 VMAX, Aston Martin One-77, and McLaren F1 XP-5.
As expected for its placement, the Mosler GT3 features extraordinary performance, complete with improved acceleration/launch over the McLaren 675LT (3.5 seconds to maximum speed at a standing start with Level 3 Nitro at MAX+PRO+Tuning Kit), as well as heavily similar top speed stats. The Mosler GT3 also has among one of the best handling/drifting capabilities in Class A, capable of having drifting capabilities similar to the Ferrari Enzo Ferrari. It also retains the superior nitro power of the McLaren 675LT, complete with the same long-lasting nitro (5/10/15). Overall, the Mosler GT3 effectively serves as a replacement for the McLaren 675LT in most cases.
However, the one thing to be careful of is the fact that the Mosler GT3 has a display speed multiplier of 91.60% (as a reference, the Mosler GT3's stock top speed is the same as the Ford Shelby GT500's MAX top speed, but multiplied by 1.0917), shared with the Lamborghini Estoque, McLaren F1 XP-5, and TRION NEMESIS. As such, the Mosler GT3, alongside the Range Rover Evoque Coupe HSE Dynamic, is the first non-Class S car with a display speed multiplier that isn't 100%. At MAX+PRO with a Tuning Kit, the Mosler GT3 is actually slightly slower than the McLaren 675LT, but makes up for this with superior acceleration and handling; in fact, the Mosler GT3 has almost the same real top speed as a MAX + PRO McLaren P1™ GTR at MAX+PRO+Tuning Kit. A three-way comparison between the McLaren 675LT, Mosler GT3, and McLaren F1 XP-5 shows the F1 XP-5 to be superior over the other two cars in all tracks, while the 675LT becomes slightly superior over the GT3 in a few non-complex tracks (e.g. French Guiana).
What's worth noting is that the Bentley EXP10 Speed 6 and Mosler GT3, when upgraded to the same levels, have the same total speed (481.5 km/h).
The Mosler GT3 remains one of the most useful non-Elite Class A cars to date, complete with its competitiveness in Time-Limited Events and World Series races, although not as competitive as the BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage, McLaren Mercedes MP4-25, and SIN R1. Due to its higher starting rank, the Mosler GT3 isn't as useful in World Series races as the 675LT, which can compete with lower-ranked cars like the Range Rover Evoque Coupe HSE Dynamic and Shelby Cobra 427.
Costing 1,500,000 to purchase and 3,215,200 to max out, the Mosler GT3 currently stands as the most expensive credits-only Class A car, even more expensive than the Bentley EXP10 Speed 6, Jaguar XJ220S, and Savage Rivale GTR.
See also Edit
- Mosler Super GT, the Super GT-spec version.