Built by Mosler Automotive for the GT3 category in 2011, the Mosler Super GT, also correctly known as the Mosler GT600, Mosler MT900SGT, and Mosler Super GT600, is a track-only supercar built on Mosler's GT300 race car. The Mosler Super GT appears in Asphalt 8: Airborne.
In 2010, Mosler announced they would release a facelifted version of the MT900, based on the MT900M which participated in the 2010 Super GT season. A rendering was made of the face lifted MT900 which was as far as the redesign progressed. In May 2011, production was stopped and the factory closed down. Contrary to popular belief, the MT900 was never renamed the Raptor.
The Mosler Super GT uses a six-speed Hewland LWS sequential transmission and is rear-wheel-drive. While still using the same engine as the Mosler MT900 GT3, this time, though, it is naturally aspirated yet produces 600 hp (447 kW).
The Mosler Super GT was succeeded by the Mosler MT900R.
The Mosler MT900 Super GT was added in the Elite Cars Update as the second Research & Development car for that update, after the BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage. Here, it is erroneously renamed to simply Mosler Super GT.
The Mosler Super GT is a high-ranked Class S car, starting off with 1594 rank points. At MAX, the car receives 121 rank points, making its rank 1715. Pro Kits add 79 more points, thus making the car's rank at best 1794 and 1822 with Tuning Kits (+28 points). The Mosler Super GT's main rivals are the Ferrari Enzo Ferrari, SIN R1, and McLaren P1™ GTR.
The Super GT has a slower rate of acceleration than the GT3 due to having a lower nitro stat, which also slightly decreases the Super GT's nitro efficiency to 6/12/16 when compared to the GT3's 5/10/15. The Super GT's nitro stat is reused from the Veneno. The Super GT, on the other hand, exhibits the same handling and drifting capabilities as the GT3, but with a slightly wider drifting radius due to the Super GT's larger emphasis on top speed.
The Mosler Super GT has a speed multiplier of 95.75%, which results in a maximum total speed of 305.3 mph (491.5 km/h), display-inflated as 318.8 mph (513.4 km/h). This is a trait that would later be passed on to the Mosler Land Shark, which can basically be described as an upgraded Super GT combined with a GT3.
Upon its release, the Mosler Super GT was intended to be a budget replacement to the TRION NEMESIS and Devel Sixteen Prototype, provided the player could not get either of these two cars. Up until the release of the W Motors Fenyr Supersport, the Super GT, if used correctly, could reach at least Top 500 in a normal Class S event.
As of the Championship Update, the Mosler Super GT's usage in events has almost faded to nothing. The only events where it can currently be used in and still reach Top 100 are events that feature this car and other cars like the Renault Sport R.S. 01, HTT Pléthore LC 750, Lamborghini Egoista, and McLaren F1 XP-5 as selectable cars.
In Multiplayer, the Super GT's competitiveness is at best placed between the McLaren 675LT and W Motors Fenyr Supersport. A good MP-friendly upgrade configuration for this car would be 0501 5050, which sets the rank to S1669 with a resulting total speed of 291.3 mph/469.0 km/h. This setup, however, isn't as fast as the likes of the Koenigsegg One:1 and McLaren 675LT, the former of which can pull off a higher total speed of 292.4 mph/470.8 km/h at rank A1669 (0504 5051), although it is still more competitive than most other cars.
The Mosler Super GT has a buying price of 14,000. As of the Car Blueprints Update, the Mosler Super GT can be assembled after obtaining 18 Legendary-rarity Mosler Super GT BP cards. The Super GT's assembly takes 14 hours but can be skipped for up to 449.
The Mosler Super GT is one of only five vehicles that require -only upgrades (the other four vehicles being the Apollo N, Audi R8 e-tron Special Edition, BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage and Apollo Intensa Emozione). With both and combined, the Mosler Super GT costs 1,038,800 and 10,035 to MAX out. Pro Kits require 1,463,025, as well as 20 of each Class S part, 24 Mid-Tech, 28 Advanced Tech and 56 V8 Engine cards.
Following the Mosler Super GT's debut in the April 20, 2016 R&D event, the car was made available from July 15 to 18, 2016 for the above mentioned tokens price, in conjunction with the VIP Mosler Super GT Cup. The Mosler Super GT was again made available between September 17 to 20, 2016, for the same price and in conjunction with another VIP Mosler Super GT Cup. Its latest temporary appearance in the garage was during its revived R&D event in 22 November 2016.
The Mosler Super GT has been made available permanently as of the Car Blueprints Update and requires 18 Blueprints (Mosler Super GT BP cards) to be assembled.
- Main article: Research & Development/Mosler Super GT
A 14-day R&D event for the Mosler Super GT, with 5 Labs spanning 50 Tests, was released on April 20, 2016. The event was revived on November 22, 2016.