The Wulff T484 is a performance coupe manufactured by Wulff between 1970-1980, as the high-performance variant of the 484. Its badging denotes it as "T-484", but it is generally referred to as simply "T484".
Moving away from the more swoopy lines of the 1960's, came Wulff's new 484 platform - a sharper, more angled design to signify the arrival of the 1970's.
The T484 gets its power from a 3.2L straight-six engine producing 195 horsepower. It's not that impressive on paper, until you mention it weighs just 1027 kg - now you have a recipe for what would later become a highly successful racecar. Its lightweight construction and lively setup makes for a very fun car to throw around. It manages approx. 200 km/h (120 mph), but will easily out-corner many of its rivals from the same era. The body was optimized for better aerodynamics, including a large fiberglass bumper-grille. Furthermore, a large rear wing was fitted to assist handling downforce.
As for safety, well... you have decent grip, and that's about it. There is no ABS, traction control or other electronic equipment to be found here. It is relatively rigid though, which may help a little.
This is also the car seen on the back of the Wuflf T900 Superschnell transporter, and it fits nicely in the tracks.
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