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G class cars are antiques with vastly varying characteristics. It's home to the worst car by point total: the C1 Corvette.
This category is dominated by American muscle cars such as the Pontiac Firebird and Shelby GT 500. Their massive V8s pushing hundreds of ponies give them a decided advantage here, culminating in the Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe with a staggering 72 acceleration, higher than most C and even a B class car.
Various European cars all stay around the 20s at stock tune with few exceptions.
European cars generally go faster at the top end with top speeds ranging from the high 10s to the low 30s, with the Lamborghini Miura P400SV leading the europeans at 40.
This category is absolutely dominated by cars of British and European heritage, with American cars struggling to hit 20 points in stock configurations.
Braking among G class cars is generally extremely poor in stock configurations. Very few cars break past the 20s.
After tuning, however, braking is almost always the number that increases the most. For the Mercedes-Benz SL300 Gullwing, for example, it goes from 27 in stock form to 63 in its 3rd level of tuning.
Price, like all of the statistics, again varies tremendously between cars. There's the basically free Pontiac Firebird and ranging all the way up to the most expensive car in the game, the Ferrari 250 GTO.