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| front_image = SultanRS-GTA4-front.jpg
 
| front_image = SultanRS-GTA4-front.jpg
 
| image_size = 300
 
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| caption = A Sultan RS in GTA IV
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| caption = A Sultan RS in [[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]].
 
| rear_image = SultanRS-GTA4-rear.jpg
 
| rear_image = SultanRS-GTA4-rear.jpg
 
| rear_image_add_caption = without carbon fiber roof and trunk lid
 
| rear_image_add_caption = without carbon fiber roof and trunk lid
 
| manufacturer = [[Karin]]
 
| manufacturer = [[Karin]]
 
| vehicle_type = Civilian car
 
| vehicle_type = Civilian car
| body_style = 2-door coupe
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| body_style = [[:Category:2-Door Sedans and Coupes|2-door coupé]]
| capacity = 2 (driver and passenger)
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| capacity = 2 <small>(driver and passenger)</small>
| endurance = Moderate
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| appearances = ''[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]''<br>''[[The Lost and Damned]]''<br>''[[The Ballad of Gay Tony]]''
| top_speed = 299km/h
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| related = [[Sultan]]
| appearances = [[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]]
 
 
}}
 
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The [[Karin]] '''Sultan RS''' is a highly modified sports variant of the [[Sultan]] in ''[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]'' and [[Episodes from Liberty City|its downloadable content]].
   
The '''Sultan RS''' is a highly modified sports variant of the [[Sultan]] in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] and [[Episodes from Liberty City|its downloadable content]].
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In ''[[Grand Theft Auto V]]'', the normal Sultan can be modified into the Sultan RS (although the modifications are purely comestic). There is also a label on the Sultan in GTA V that reads ''Sultan RS'', despite it still being called a Sultan in-game.
   
 
==Design==
 
==Design==
The Sultan RS is a high-performance two-door coupe variant of the Sultan, itself based on the [[wp:Lexus_IS|First Generation 2001-2005 Lexus IS300]], [[File:Sultanrs_badges.png|thumb|Shared badging on the Sultan and Sultan RS.]] with minor influences from a range of [[wp:Subaru_Impreza|'00s Subarus]], although the Lexus has never had a two-door coupe configuration, their influence remains obvious in the RS. The front and the complete shape of the car closely resemble that of a 2001 Lexus IS300 series with a sport body kit, and of course a side exhaust system, which aren't usually found on Lexuses. The massive rear spoiler is usually a stock feature on the Subaru WRX STi. The rear of the car is highly reminiscent of the [[wp:Mitsubishi_Lancer_Evolution#Evolution_IV|Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV]].
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===''Grand Theft Auto IV''===
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[[File:Sultanrs_badges.png|thumb|Shared badging on the Sultan and Sultan RS.]]
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The Sultan RS is a high-performance two-door coupé variant of the Sultan. The vehicle itself is based on the [[wp:Lexus IS|first generation Lexus IS]] (also known as the Toyota Altezza), with a few minor influences from a range of [[wp:Subaru Impreza|second generation Subaru Imprezas]]. Although the Lexus IS or the Toyota Altezza never had a two-door coupé configuration, their influence remains obvious in the RS. The front and the complete shape of the car closely resembles that of a 2001 Lexus IS with a body kit, and of course a side exhaust system, which aren't usually found on Lexus models. The massive rear spoiler is usually a stock feature on the Subaru Impreza WRX STi. The rear of the car is highly reminiscent of the [[wp:Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV|Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV]].
   
 
The car comes with a carbon fiber hood, roll cage, side exit large-bore exhaust, front-mounted intercooler, rear diffuser, racing rims, and low-profile tires. Some variants also have a carbon fiber trunk lid, hood scoop, and metallic paint. The car is available in several colors, including pink, which is rare in-game, although carbon fiber components (such as the hood) are always colored black.
 
The car comes with a carbon fiber hood, roll cage, side exit large-bore exhaust, front-mounted intercooler, rear diffuser, racing rims, and low-profile tires. Some variants also have a carbon fiber trunk lid, hood scoop, and metallic paint. The car is available in several colors, including pink, which is rare in-game, although carbon fiber components (such as the hood) are always colored black.
   
===Variants===
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===''Grand Theft Auto V''===
There are two physical variants: one has a hood scoop, and one does not. This difference is only visual; and does not affect vehicles' performance in any way.
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[[File:RSGTAV.png|thumb|A Sultan transformed into Sultan RS in GTA V.]]In GTA V, while the Sultan RS can't be obtained normally, the normal Sultan can be modified into one (although the modifications are purely comestic). By adding a roll cage to the Sultan, it will receive the Sultan RS dashboard turbo boost gauge, bucket seats, rear "RS" badge, two-tone color scheme, and the racing stripe with the "Sultan RS" decal on each side. It can also be fitted with the RS front and rear bumpers and sideskirts. Its "Gruppe Z" rims are available under the Tuner section. Upgrading the turbo will give the Sultan RS' blowoff valve that creates a "hiss" sound when shifting or letting off the accelerator at high revs. The only modification missing is the short length sideskirt exhaust system.
   
 
==Performance==
 
==Performance==
 
[[File:SultanRS-GTA4-engine.png|thumb|250px|A Sultan RS's engine in GTA IV; its engine block is marked with text reading "Karin Twin Turbo 3.5".]]
 
[[File:SultanRS-GTA4-engine.png|thumb|250px|A Sultan RS's engine in GTA IV; its engine block is marked with text reading "Karin Twin Turbo 3.5".]]
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This car's top speed is 186 mph (300 km/h), a noticeable improvement on the car this started out as. This accelerates like no other car in the game, getting from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.1 seconds, though the [[Forklift]] gets to its top speed much faster than all other vehicles. As shown on the rocker cover badging and the model marque on the boot, it has a 3.5-litre DOHC (double overhead camshaft) straight-6 engine, with a large turbo added for good measure. This vehicle also comes fitted with a high-pressure blowoff valve which results in a hissing sound after changing gear past 6000RPM+. Which you will need to do, given the enormous amount of ghastly turbo lag you get lower down in the rev range. Once the turbocharger spools up at higher RPMs, the power is quite alarming. The engine sound is similar to that of a Subaru Impreza, even though this car has two more cylinders. This is due to car featuring the unequal length manifolds, similar to the models of Impreza that produce a distinct rumble.
   
The car's top speed is at 186 mph (300 km/h). Its acceleration is the fastest of any ''car'' in the game, but the [[Forklift]] acceleration is the fastest of all vehicles. According to the rocker covers on the engine as well as the model marque on the trunk, it has a medium displacement, 3.5L Inline-6 DOHC (dual overhead camshaft), turbocharged powerplant. The engine in this car is obviously very different to Subaru's iconic boxer engine. This vehicle also comes fitted with a high-pressure blowoff valve which results in a hissing sound after changing gear past 6000 or more RPM. The engine has a lot of turbo lag, but once the turbocharger spools up at higher RPMs, the power is impressive. The engine sound is similar to that of a Subaru Impreza, although this car is powered by an inline 6 cylinder engine, this is due to car featuring the unequal length manifolds, similar to the models of Impreza that produce a distinct rumble.
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The Sultan RS utilities an all-wheel drive system (30%-70% front to rear torque distribution balance respectively), to which the extraordinary off-the-line acceleration owes itself. The Sultan RS has a much lower ground clearance than the [[Sultan]], which aids the superb cornering ability on the road. The car drives very well on asphalt, although a bit slippery and at times hard to control at high speeds. It is also great on dirt and sand, despite the fact that this really wasn't designed for such conditions.
   
The Sultan RS utilises an all-wheel drive system (30%-70% front to rear torque distribution balance respectively), which makes its acceleration rate lag at just over midway to top speed. The Sultan RS is slightly lowered, but handles great in all conditions. The car drives very well on asphalt, although a bit slippery and at times hard to control at high speeds due to the all-wheel-drive system, but with some practice this car can handle extremely well. It is also great on dirt and sand.
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Like the [[Infernus]], [[Banshee]], [[Buffalo#The_Ballad_of_Gay_Tony|Buffalo]], [[F620]], and [[Bullet GT]], the exhaust system of the Sultan RS is prone to letting unburnt fuel explode in flames from the sidepipes during throttle liftoff after high revving. The RS is also equipped with a dump (blowoff) valve on the turbo which causes a whipping/hissing sound when the throttle is released.
 
Like the [[Infernus]], [[Banshee]], [[Buffalo#The_Ballad_of_Gay_Tony|Buffalo]],[[F620| F620]], and [[Bullet GT]], the exhaust system of the Sultan RS is prone to letting unburnt fuel explode in flames from the sidepipes during throttle liftoff after high revving. The RS is also equipped with a dump (blowoff) valve on the turbo which causes a whipping/ hissing sound when the throttle is released. Offroad, the RS handles quite well for a racing car. The only trouble with the RS offroad is the massive amounts of oversteer, and the flat roof. The flat roof makes it difficult to roll back onto the RS's wheels.
 
   
 
An interesting note is that there are several variations in the Sultan RS's engine redline (maximum RPM) - some cars can reach higher RPM than others. This is evident when the player tests multiple cars near the [[Old Mansion|abandoned mansion]] (where the car spawns) by holding down the handbrake and throttle at the same time to see how high the engine note of that particular Sultan RS is.
 
An interesting note is that there are several variations in the Sultan RS's engine redline (maximum RPM) - some cars can reach higher RPM than others. This is evident when the player tests multiple cars near the [[Old Mansion|abandoned mansion]] (where the car spawns) by holding down the handbrake and throttle at the same time to see how high the engine note of that particular Sultan RS is.
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It is unusual that the Sultan RS houses a [[GPS]] system, as most stripped down cars of its type aren't usually equipped with one because it is viewed as unnecessary.
 
It is unusual that the Sultan RS houses a [[GPS]] system, as most stripped down cars of its type aren't usually equipped with one because it is viewed as unnecessary.
   
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===Overview===
 
{{Template:Vehicle Stats
 
{{Template:Vehicle Stats
|Engine = 3.5 litre, inline-6
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|0-62mph/ 0-100km/h time = 4.1 seconds
|Drivetrain = 30% front, 70% rear
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|Top speed = 186 mph / 300 kph
All wheel drive
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|Engine = Twin-turbo 3.5 L I6
|Gears = 5
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|Drivetrain = All wheel drive<br>(30% front, 70% rear torque distribution)
|Mass = 1400 Kg|Time = 4.1 seconds
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|Gears = 5-speed manual
|Top Speed = 188/ 300}}
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|Mass = 1400 kg}}
   
==Trivia==
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==Variants==
* Driving the Sultan RS around often results in the rare [[Sentinel XS]] spawning more frequently, being both tuned racing cars puts them into the same category.
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*There are two physical variants: one has a hood scoop, and one does not. This difference is only visual; and does not affect vehicles' performance in anyway.
* This vehicle can be sold to [[Stevie]], fetching [[Money|$]]2500.
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*In [[The Ballad of Gay Tony]], the Sultan RS is a frequently used car to transport/ protect drugs in the [[Drug Wars]]. Many of these have a unique paint-job, which may include two-tone roofs and boot/trunk lids.
* The Sultan RS in the [[Beta Vehicles|beta version]] of Grand Thert Auto IV was available in a green and blue two tone color and a different spoiler. It can be seen in-game at the mini vendor stands around the city by using the sniper rifle to zoom in on the magazines. This beta Sultan RS can also be seen on the television screens inside the [[Stretch]].
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* The Sultan RS's default [[Radio Stations in GTA IV|radio stations]] are as follows:
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** [[Electro-Choc]] and [[Radio Broker]] in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]].
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Sultan RS (DrugWars)-TBoGT.jpg|A front and side view of an example of the combinations that can be found in [[Drug Wars]]. (<small>[[:Image:Sultan RS (DrugWars Rear)-TBoGT.jpg|Rear quarter view]]</small>)
[[File:Sultan_RS.jpg|thumb|200px|One of the unique paint schemes obtainable from TBoGT drug wars (Blue & pink two-tone)]]
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SultanRS.jpg|The spawning spot for the Sultan RS.
* In [[The Ballad of Gay Tony]], it as a frequently used car to transport/protect drugs in the [[Drug Wars]]. Many of these have a unique paintjob.
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* The letters RS stand for 'Rally Sport', of which usually designate that the car is a highly tuned racing version of it's original derivative.
 
* The mass of the car is very reflective of real life counterparts; the Lancer Evolution VII GSR having a mass of 1410 Kg, Impreza WRX STi being 1440 Kg and Altezza being 1310 Kg. This means that the mass is in between all real life counterparts.
 
   
 
==Locations==
 
==Locations==
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===GTA IV + Episodes from Liberty City===
 
*Parked in the bushes behind the garage of a [[Old Mansion|run-down mansion]] in [[Westdyke]], [[Alderney]]; the mansion is located at the end of a dirt road, at one of the northernmost points of the island. A link to a map showing the location of the mansion on the map can be found [http://snapmap.wikigta.org/index.php?map=IV_NW&title=sultan+RS+spawn+point&set=496,112 here.]
 
*Parked in the bushes behind the garage of a [[Old Mansion|run-down mansion]] in [[Westdyke]], [[Alderney]]; the mansion is located at the end of a dirt road, at one of the northernmost points of the island. A link to a map showing the location of the mansion on the map can be found [http://snapmap.wikigta.org/index.php?map=IV_NW&title=sultan+RS+spawn+point&set=496,112 here.]
 
*Appears in traffic when the player is already driving one.
 
*Appears in traffic when the player is already driving one.
*Very rarely spawns in Hove Beach while driving a Sentinel.
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*Very rarely spawns in [[Hove Beach]] while driving a [[Sentinel]].
 
*Sometimes seen competing in [[Brucie's races]], however stealing a competitor's car will end the race and count as a loss to the player. Fortunately, the presence of the RS may cause others to spawn in traffic on the way to the race, during it, or immediately after.
 
*Sometimes seen competing in [[Brucie's races]], however stealing a competitor's car will end the race and count as a loss to the player. Fortunately, the presence of the RS may cause others to spawn in traffic on the way to the race, during it, or immediately after.
 
*In [[The Ballad Of Gay Tony]], a unique purple-blue one is used in some of the [[Drug Wars|Drug War missions]] driven by the [[Korean Mob]].
 
*In [[The Ballad Of Gay Tony]], a unique purple-blue one is used in some of the [[Drug Wars|Drug War missions]] driven by the [[Korean Mob]].
 
*In The Ballad of Gay Tony, another unique Sultan RS is used in Drug Wars. It is black with a tannish-white roof and black hood.
 
*In The Ballad of Gay Tony, another unique Sultan RS is used in Drug Wars. It is black with a tannish-white roof and black hood.
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* Very rarely spawns in south Algonquin while driving Roman's Taxi or an Esperanto
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==Trivia==
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*Driving the Sultan RS around often results in the rare [[Sentinel XS]] spawning more frequently, being both tuned racing cars puts them into the same category.
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*This vehicle can be sold to [[Stevie]], fetching [[$]]2500.
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*The Sultan RS in the [[Beta Vehicles|beta version]] of Grand Theft Auto IV was available in a green and blue two tone color and a different spoiler. It can be seen in-game at the mini vendor stands around the city by using the sniper rifle to zoom in on the magazines. This beta Sultan RS can also be seen on the television screens inside the [[Stretch]].
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*The Sultan RS' default [[Radio Stations in GTA IV|radio stations]] are as follows:
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**'''''GTA IV''''': [[Electro-Choc]] or [[Radio Broker]].
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*The letters RS stand for 'Rally Sport', which usually designates that the car is a highly tuned racing version of its original derivative.
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{{DEFAULTSORT:Sultan RS}}
 
{{DEFAULTSORT:Sultan RS}}
   
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Latest revision as of 17:45, December 27, 2014

VEHICLE
Sultan RS
SultanRS-GTA4-front
A Sultan RS in GTA IV.
(Rear quarter view; without carbon fiber roof and trunk lid)
Vehicle type Civilian car
Body style 2-door coupé
Capacity 2 (driver and passenger)
Appearance(s) Grand Theft Auto IV
The Lost and Damned
The Ballad of Gay Tony
Manufacturer Karin
Related vehicle(s) Sultan


The Karin Sultan RS is a highly modified sports variant of the Sultan in Grand Theft Auto IV and its downloadable content.

In Grand Theft Auto V, the normal Sultan can be modified into the Sultan RS (although the modifications are purely comestic). There is also a label on the Sultan in GTA V that reads Sultan RS, despite it still being called a Sultan in-game.

DesignEdit

Grand Theft Auto IVEdit

Sultanrs badges

Shared badging on the Sultan and Sultan RS.

The Sultan RS is a high-performance two-door coupé variant of the Sultan. The vehicle itself is based on the first generation Lexus IS (also known as the Toyota Altezza), with a few minor influences from a range of second generation Subaru Imprezas. Although the Lexus IS or the Toyota Altezza never had a two-door coupé configuration, their influence remains obvious in the RS. The front and the complete shape of the car closely resembles that of a 2001 Lexus IS with a body kit, and of course a side exhaust system, which aren't usually found on Lexus models. The massive rear spoiler is usually a stock feature on the Subaru Impreza WRX STi. The rear of the car is highly reminiscent of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV.

The car comes with a carbon fiber hood, roll cage, side exit large-bore exhaust, front-mounted intercooler, rear diffuser, racing rims, and low-profile tires. Some variants also have a carbon fiber trunk lid, hood scoop, and metallic paint. The car is available in several colors, including pink, which is rare in-game, although carbon fiber components (such as the hood) are always colored black.

Grand Theft Auto VEdit

RSGTAV

A Sultan transformed into Sultan RS in GTA V.

In GTA V, while the Sultan RS can't be obtained normally, the normal Sultan can be modified into one (although the modifications are purely comestic). By adding a roll cage to the Sultan, it will receive the Sultan RS dashboard turbo boost gauge, bucket seats, rear "RS" badge, two-tone color scheme, and the racing stripe with the "Sultan RS" decal on each side. It can also be fitted with the RS front and rear bumpers and sideskirts. Its "Gruppe Z" rims are available under the Tuner section. Upgrading the turbo will give the Sultan RS' blowoff valve that creates a "hiss" sound when shifting or letting off the accelerator at high revs. The only modification missing is the short length sideskirt exhaust system.

PerformanceEdit

SultanRS-GTA4-engine

A Sultan RS's engine in GTA IV; its engine block is marked with text reading "Karin Twin Turbo 3.5".

This car's top speed is 186 mph (300 km/h), a noticeable improvement on the car this started out as. This accelerates like no other car in the game, getting from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.1 seconds, though the Forklift gets to its top speed much faster than all other vehicles. As shown on the rocker cover badging and the model marque on the boot, it has a 3.5-litre DOHC (double overhead camshaft) straight-6 engine, with a large turbo added for good measure. This vehicle also comes fitted with a high-pressure blowoff valve which results in a hissing sound after changing gear past 6000RPM+. Which you will need to do, given the enormous amount of ghastly turbo lag you get lower down in the rev range. Once the turbocharger spools up at higher RPMs, the power is quite alarming. The engine sound is similar to that of a Subaru Impreza, even though this car has two more cylinders. This is due to car featuring the unequal length manifolds, similar to the models of Impreza that produce a distinct rumble.

The Sultan RS utilities an all-wheel drive system (30%-70% front to rear torque distribution balance respectively), to which the extraordinary off-the-line acceleration owes itself. The Sultan RS has a much lower ground clearance than the Sultan, which aids the superb cornering ability on the road. The car drives very well on asphalt, although a bit slippery and at times hard to control at high speeds. It is also great on dirt and sand, despite the fact that this really wasn't designed for such conditions.

Like the Infernus, Banshee, Buffalo, F620, and Bullet GT, the exhaust system of the Sultan RS is prone to letting unburnt fuel explode in flames from the sidepipes during throttle liftoff after high revving. The RS is also equipped with a dump (blowoff) valve on the turbo which causes a whipping/hissing sound when the throttle is released.

An interesting note is that there are several variations in the Sultan RS's engine redline (maximum RPM) - some cars can reach higher RPM than others. This is evident when the player tests multiple cars near the abandoned mansion (where the car spawns) by holding down the handbrake and throttle at the same time to see how high the engine note of that particular Sultan RS is.

It is unusual that the Sultan RS houses a GPS system, as most stripped down cars of its type aren't usually equipped with one because it is viewed as unnecessary.

OverviewEdit

Acceleration

(0 - 60mph / 0 - 100km/h)

Top Speed

(mph / kph)

Engine Drivetrain Gears Mass

(Kg)

4.1 seconds

186 mph / 300 kph

Twin-turbo 3.5 L I6

All wheel drive
(30% front, 70% rear torque distribution)

5-speed manual

1400 kg

VariantsEdit

  • There are two physical variants: one has a hood scoop, and one does not. This difference is only visual; and does not affect vehicles' performance in anyway.
  • In The Ballad of Gay Tony, the Sultan RS is a frequently used car to transport/ protect drugs in the Drug Wars. Many of these have a unique paint-job, which may include two-tone roofs and boot/trunk lids.

LocationsEdit

GTA IV + Episodes from Liberty CityEdit

  • Parked in the bushes behind the garage of a run-down mansion in Westdyke, Alderney; the mansion is located at the end of a dirt road, at one of the northernmost points of the island. A link to a map showing the location of the mansion on the map can be found here.
  • Appears in traffic when the player is already driving one.
  • Very rarely spawns in Hove Beach while driving a Sentinel.
  • Sometimes seen competing in Brucie's races, however stealing a competitor's car will end the race and count as a loss to the player. Fortunately, the presence of the RS may cause others to spawn in traffic on the way to the race, during it, or immediately after.
  • In The Ballad Of Gay Tony, a unique purple-blue one is used in some of the Drug War missions driven by the Korean Mob.
  • In The Ballad of Gay Tony, another unique Sultan RS is used in Drug Wars. It is black with a tannish-white roof and black hood.
  • Very rarely spawns in south Algonquin while driving Roman's Taxi or an Esperanto

TriviaEdit

  • Driving the Sultan RS around often results in the rare Sentinel XS spawning more frequently, being both tuned racing cars puts them into the same category.
  • This vehicle can be sold to Stevie, fetching $2500.
  • The Sultan RS in the beta version of Grand Theft Auto IV was available in a green and blue two tone color and a different spoiler. It can be seen in-game at the mini vendor stands around the city by using the sniper rifle to zoom in on the magazines. This beta Sultan RS can also be seen on the television screens inside the Stretch.
  • The Sultan RS' default radio stations are as follows:
  • The letters RS stand for 'Rally Sport', which usually designates that the car is a highly tuned racing version of its original derivative.


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