Gavril Grand Marshal
The Gavril Grand Marshal is a full-size four-door American sedan with styling influenced by vehicles from the 1990s, which suggests a production run of somewhere between 1989 and 2000. It is manufactured by Gavril.
The Grand Marshal is equipped with a 4.5L V8 engine by default. This stock V8 engine, shared with the D-Series and H-Series, makes about 230 hp. As of the pre-race update, it has the same Stage 1 and Stage 2 engine tuning upgrades available to the D-Series and H-Series. The stock Grand Marshal weighs about 1800kg.
The Police Package includes steel wheels, a front push bar, limited-slip differential, and a stiffer front sway bar, upping the weight to 1850kg. It also features Stage 1 engine tuning, increasing horsepower by about 40. It has some basic police decals on the side and a lightbar. In the future, it will have a spotlight, antennae, and other police equipment.
The Sport configuration equips the car with a harder, sportier suspension setup, sports steering, limited-slip differential, and sport 17" alloy wheels. It also features Stage 1 engine tuning.
The Custom configuration takes the Sport and adds nearly 200 horsepower with Stage 2 engine tuning, plus a custom racing steering wheel, custom 18" alloy wheels, and the 5-speed manual transmission from the D-Series.
The Drift Missile configuration features steel wheels, removed body panels, a drift steering rack, Stage 2 engine tuning, 5-speed manual, and a welded differential.
All production models of the Grand Marshal are equipped with a 4-speed automatic transmission and a 75L fuel tank.
The Grand Marshal handles like a typical full-sized sedan. The handling is smooth but slightly unresponsive, and the soft suspension of the default package makes for a comfortable ride at the expense of sluggish handling. The vehicle's ground clearance is also rather low, with anything more than a minor bump having the potential to catch the bumpers, resulting in damage to the vehicle. The initial acceleration of the vehicle is slow, but the V8 engine is potent, offering relatively high top speeds. The vehicle also has average levels of crash safety, with the chassis remaining relatively rigid during impacts to keep the general shape of the car, but with plenty of crumple zones to allow absorption of an impact.