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Early 2000s!

In 2000, the 1st generation Kishita was released. It came in 4 different trims, the Smart, Style, Sport and Sport R. The Smart and Style uses the WS3 series engine (Inline 3). The most fuel efficient model, the Smart, can get 43.2 mpg.

A normal 1st gen TSR Kishita

The Sport and the Sport R version uses a tuned version of the E4 series engines. The Sport model has FWD as standard and AWD as an option. The Sport R has AWD as standard. Both of those are also equipped with 8 spokes magnesium rims. The Sport R has a big wing in the back making it look a bit edgy…

A 1st gen TSR Kishita Sport R

These 1st gen Kishitas are very fun and also very cheap as well. Here’s the download link if you want to try to drive it. You can try to modify it if you want to…
TSR Kishita (KSF1) - Smart.car (22.8 KB)
TSR Kishita (KSF1) - Style.car (23.8 KB)
TSR Kishita (KSF1) - Sport.car (27.5 KB)
TSR Kishita (KSF1) - Sport AWD.car (27.5 KB)
TSR Kishita (KSF1) - Sport R.car (38.0 KB)


The new 2019 TSR Ute-tility only for Australia

TSR Ute-tility Style

This is TSR’s take on the ute market in Australia. This is a new chassis that will be used for passenger cars (not sports cars) that uses a longitudinal layout. It also uses TSR’s new design language that will be used in future cars and even sports cars (after current generations such as the new 5th generation Kansai, the 3rd generation Taikan, the 3rd generation Ultra and the outgoing 2nd generation Angel). It makes the car look way more modern that the other models that uses the old design language. Of course since utes are not desired in any other countries, the Ute-tility will be only in Australia by TSR Australia in their factory.


TSR Ute-tility Smart

This is the base model equipped with a 3 litre V6 (NV6 Series)

TSR Ute-tility Style

This is the mid-trim V6 model uses the slightly tuned V6. It also has all-wheel drive as an option.

TSR Ute-tility Sport

This is the top-of-the-line V6 model with the V6 now making 287HP and all-wheel drive as standard. Although the suspension is tuned more to sportiness, it can still can be used as a utility vehicle.

TSR Ute-tility NR5

This is the sportiest and the fastest version of the Ute-tility and it uses a 5 litre V8 producing 383HP. The suspension is lowered and tuned even more for better sportiness. Even though it is not a cornering machine, it can still handle well on twisty roads. Unlike the other NR5 models which will be released a year after the base car is released, this NR5 will will be available now!

Price list:
A: Trims
B: Power (measured in HP)
C: Torque (measured in lb-ft)
E: Engine type
F: Price (in Australian Dollars after mark-up)


  1. Downloads are on the OP under the Country-specific Models Range.
  2. Let us know whether or not you like the new design language.
  3. Thank you!

Mondial Paris Motor Show 2018 (Mondial de l'Automobile Paris)

You see, I just can’t wrap my head around that. They’re “practically perfect, in every way”


Ah yes, the Utility-tility. What a wonderful name. :stuck_out_tongue:


Sorry, I can’t come up with any Australian names…


I like how the new fascias are looking! However, I think these headlights are way too wide. Appart from that, you’re on the right track :ok_hand:


The most popular TSR model in the 90s…

Just when you thought that the Ultra was the most popular, it isn’t. There was this coupe called the Mont Blanc. Many enthusiast said that this is how the Kansai should be. And for those who said that, it might be true. Switching to a transverse layout was not a good idea at the first place. The weight distribution is mostly in the front and who doesn’t like that RWD fun. Designed before the Ultra, the Mont Blanc has an all-aluminium V8. The Standard making 284 HP and the top of the line Turbo S and SE making 406 HP with a turbo. They are only available in Canada, USA and Europe.

This is the base model, the Standard.

The turbo is the most popular one as it gives the V8 a turbo and still keep it factory-looking. It can also get the same fuel economy as the Standard, which is 21.4 mpg.

This is the Turbo version. You can also see what the rear looks like.

The Turbo SE are mostly bought by elites as it was over $40000, $43542 (without mark-up) to be exact. These are the ones that you don’t see in the racing scene often.

The Turbo SE, the most expensive version of the Mont Blanc

These days, you can see most of them in the racing and drifting scene. The Turbo SE holds its value well while the others are relatively cheap in the used-car market. Although it was never made for the Asian markets, some people import them to Asia.

I’ll be sharing the car files. Have fun! Thank you…
TSR Mont Blanc (MBF1) - Standard.car (25.3 KB)
TSR Mont Blanc (MBF1) - Sport.car (26.6 KB)
TSR Mont Blanc (MBF1) - Turbo.car (29.2 KB)
TSR Mont Blanc (MBF1) - Turbo S.car (30.0 KB)
TSR Mont Blanc (MBF1) - Turbo SE.car (30.7 KB)


Nice Kouki S14 :3


Maybe at least the base model could have given the third generation Vagant in its V6 trim some competition…


Mid-engined goodness…

1975, still in the fuel crisis. TSR started using turbocharging technology to their Kansai in the form of the GTS Phase 2. They decided that they want to use that on a mid-engined car. But, the 1st generation Ultra was discontinued in 1973. Instead of bringing the Ultra nameplate back alive, they created a new one called the Comet. They created a turbocharged 3.2 litre flat-six with it. It was meant to be affordable (although how can a turbocharged sports car in the mid 70s fuel crisis be affordable?). Normal people wouldn’t buy these because of the fuel crisis. But, it’s way more affordable than the Kansai. So, some people would buy these…

A caramel brown 1975 TSR Comet

The Turbo 2 was introduced in 1981. It has better tires, more camber on the front and rear, different rims, a mechanical LSD, 3 piston brake calipers, a standard 8 track radio, variable hydraulic power steering, advanced 80s safety, new ball bearing turbos, single point EFI, and a three-way catalytic converter to improve airflow. It is now lighter thanks to a full aluminium body as opposed to the corrosion-resistant steel of the turbo.

A perfect example of a TSR Comet Turbo 2 located in a TSR service center in Japan

You can download it here!
Turbo: TSR Comet (CM1) - Turbo.car (28.1 KB)
Turbo 2: TSR Comet (CM1) - Turbo 2.car (30.3 KB)




TSR in Indonesia - 2019 TSR C-MPV

MPV dari TSR pertama di Indonesia! (The first MPV from TSR in Indonesia)

When TSR entered the Indonesian market in 2000, they sold the 1st generation Kishita for the first time. They were compared with similar cars such as the Toyota Yaris and Honda Jazz. Then, they sold the Itakara and soon he Kogarashi. Fast forward to 2018, they still sell those three cars. Right now, the demand for MPV is high and TSR needed a car for it. The Kazoku MPV (will be revealed later…) was too large. The solution is making a new compact MPV. They took the chassis from the Itakara and design an MPV body. The result was this, the TSR C-MPV. They built the car in Indonesia to avoid the import taxes.


This is the base model of the C-MPV. Equipped with the 2 litre turbocharged inline 4 that will be used in almost every single model (except for the Taikan, Ultra, Kansai, Fallwing and Tora). It can do 46.5 mpg. With mark-up, this car cost Rp 321,380,964 ($21578)


This is the top-of-the-line model of the C-MPV. Equipped with a more powerful version of the inline 4. It can do 42.5 mpg. With mark-up, this car cost Rp 347,787,880 ($23351).

It’s main competitor is the Saminda Randis, Suzuki Ertiga, and more.

If you want to try it, the car file is in the OP. Thanks…


interesting, turbocharged base model mpv for indonesian market
innova & cortez beware


The pinnacle of TSR’s 80s luxury

Remember the Mont Blanc? Well, this is the predecessor, the Mont Royale. It uses the same flat 6 as the Comet, but tuned for more power. Because it is created during the Group B era, the all-wheel-drive technology is implemented to the Mont Royale. It was aimed to fill in the GT market that TSR has lost for 6 years since the last Kansai, the Kansai GTR. It was bigger and heavier, but also full of technology. They put in every technology they have in the 80s. All double wishbone suspension, turbocharging, cassettes, air suspension (only in the Turbo R) and more! The result is 1554kg (on the Turbo R) of a car filled with luxury and technology. The Turbo R also has a two-tone paint job with the colour combination of your choice.

1985 TSR Mont Royale Turbo B

1985 TSR Mont Royale Turbo S

1985 TSR Mont Royale Turbo R

Here’s the file if you want to try out the car. Thanks…
Turbo B: TSR Mont Royale (MRF1) - Turbo B.car (24.9 KB)
Turbo S: TSR Mont Royale (MRF1) - Turbo S.car (25.3 KB)
Turbo R: TSR Mont Royale (MRF1) - Turbo R.car (27.6 KB)


The police is here!

While the production version haven’t been released, the police version is now available for purchase, but only by the police. Right now it’s still an unmarked unit. But if you purchase it, you will be able to decorate the car with police decals. It is priced at $32558 per unit.

The new 2019 TSR Itakara Interceptor

If you want to make this car a police car of a city, please do and if possible, decorate it to make it looks more like a police car. If you want to photoshop it, I would love to see it. If you just want to check it out, you’re more than welcome. If you want to put it in a movie, go ahead. Now arrest those bad guys!
TSR Itakara (IF4) - Interceptor.car (37.9 KB)


Group B [Reboot]

Forget about that Omega, I am not satisfied with it. It doesn’t look good and it doesn’t make us much power as I want. So, here’s the reboot, using the TSR Comet.

TSR is making an AWD system to fit in the Comet. Because it is very complicated, it took them 3 years (since 1982) to fit the AWD system. The result was the Group B homoligation version is called the Turbo 2 RS. It not only has AWD, but the turbocharged flat-six is producing 426HP. A lighter sports interior as well as a more tuned suspension. All the trims are now painted gloss black instead of plastic. Bodywork has been reworked to give both better downforce and a better apearance. Only 200 of these are made just like what the regulations said.

The front lip is now bigger and the fender has a scoop to release all the heat from the brakes. The hood is now black. The rims are change to the 8-spoke design that is still used in TSR models today, and it’s still made of magnesium like usual.

The rear bumper also has a lip. The trunk is also black. There is also a scoop right under the rear window to feed air to cool the 426HP 2.8 litre turbocharged flat-six.

And this is the rally version that is actually used in the Group B rally. The engine is now tuned up to 646HP. But the intersting part is that TSR decreased the stroke to unlock the ability to rev higher (7500 RPM). Tires are switched to rally tires, added an offroad undertray and a rally suspension to be able to absorb the landings after the jumps. A big wing is custom made to fit on the Comet to give more downforce, mudflaps are added and the rally lights are added on the hood.

This specific car never raced before. It is not sponsored yet. This one is kept in the TSR museum along with some other rally Comets that have been raced.

Wanna try out these cars? Download it here! (EDITED TO FIT THE GROUP B RULES!)
Turbo 2 RS: TSR Comet (CM1) - Turbo 2 RS.car (37.6 KB)
Turbo 2 RS Rally: TSR Comet (CM1) - Turbo 2 RS Rally.car (41.9 KB)

Cult of Personality [LORE] [FINAL RESULTS]

uh oh, you’ve just been arrested by the :policeman: :policewoman: :oncoming_police_car: :oncoming_police_car: :oncoming_police_car: :b:ISPLACEMENT :b:OLICE :oncoming_police_car: :oncoming_police_car: :oncoming_police_car::policewoman: :policeman:

Endless ban from Group B will come to you unless you pledge allegiance to our lord and saviour Michelle Mouton and also update your cars to fit actual group B rules… You’re not that far anyway "^^


Also it’s a really good looking car and I can’t see it not participate so uh, yeah.


I should have researched it first. Don’t worry, I will edit it later…


Do you mind if I make a custom car out of a comet?
Funny that I’ve also have a comet on my line.



Except that doesn’t tell the whole story. That only shows the categories that were used. They covered a full range of displacements to upwards of 5L…

“The FISA (FIA) mandated that forced induction engines (with a turbo or supercharger) would get a multiplication factor of 1.4 to calculate their “final” engine displacement figure. Meaning that, in example, a twin-charged Lancia Delta S4, although it had a 1759 cc engine, would get a final cc rating of 2463 cc. The adjusted figure was used to determine minimum weight requirements and maximal tire width for the particular model.

Race minimum weights;

~1000 cc = 590 kg (1300 lb)
1001~1299 cc = 675 kg (1490 lb)
1300 ~1599 cc = 750 kg (1650 lb)
1600~1999 cc = 820 kg (1810 lb)
2000~2499 cc = 890 kg (1960 lb)
2500~2999 cc = 960 kg (2115 lb)
3000~3999 cc = 1100 kg (2425 lb)
4000~4999 cc = 1235 kg (2725 lb)
5000+ cc = 1300 kg (2865 lb)
Maximal tire width combinations (for one side of the vehicle – staggered setups allowed);

~1000 cc = 16″
1001~1299 cc = 17″
1300 ~1599 cc = 18″
1600~1999 cc = 20″
2000~2999 cc = 22″
3000~3999 cc = 24″
4000~4999 cc = 26″
5000+ cc = 28″”

So… yeah. Take that!