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The Kitano Gamestop Sport is a sponsor vehicle for the Touge Sport. Its stats and handling are exactly the same as the original.
A classy rebuild of the Touge Sport from the Gamestop race team. Get out there and rack up some big drifting yardage.
How to Unlock
- Enter one of the following as a case-sensitive code in the North American version of the game.
- Enter one of the following as a case-sensitive code in the European version of the game.
- "B179 8M20 XA09 80FF"
- Note: An A Class License is required to drive this vehicle offline.
The Gamestop Sport's design is a fusion of different vehicles. The main shape of the vehicle resembles the Toyota Supra, the Mitsubishi FTO and the Mazda RX-7 while the headlights seem to be very similar to the Nissan 350Z.
A small resemblance to the Nissan Silvia can be seen in the rear of the Gamestop Sport.
The paintjob and front end are also similar to the Veilside Mazda RX-7.
- Burnout Paradise's Free February Update lowered the Kitano Gamestop Sport's speed stat from 7 to 5.
- The Free February Update also removed the option to enter Sponsor Codes. There are steps players can take to get around this.
- This vehicle cannot be used in an Online Cops & Robbers game.
- This car's tire rims are the same as the Carson GT Flame.