The sixth generation Silvia, codenamed S14, debuted for the 1994 model year to replace the S13. Unlike its predecessor, the S14 was only available as a coupé but also offered outside of Japan under various numeric names.
The S14 adopted the trim levels of its predecessor, making the K's the highest trim level as the Club Selection was dropped for this generation. An 'Aero' package was added in 1995 that improved the car's aerodynamics.
In 1996, the S14 received a facelift that is also known as the 'Kouki' by enthusiasts, with the pre-facelift model being known as the 'Zenki.' The S14 was replaced by the S15 in 1999.
Despite having a longer wheelbase than the S13 Club K's, the S14 is shorter than the latter but also became wider by 38 mm (1.8 in). It is also much heavier than its predecessor, as it gained 254 lb (115 kg), adding up to 2789 lb (1265 kg). The S14's four-wheel independent suspension was similar to that of the S13, although it also came with 16" wheels and wider tires as standard.
The SR20DET engine was updated with variable valve timing, contributing to a new power output of 217 hp (162 kW) at 6000 rpm. In Forza Motorsport 3 and Forza Motorsport 4 however, the S14 appears with an incorrect power figure of 202 hp (151 kW).
NA: Available for purchase from the beginning in Buy Cars EU: Available for purchase from the beginning in Buy Cars AS: Available for purchase from the beginning in Buy Cars/ Available as a starting car for 10,000 CR
34,000 CR 26,000 CR 21,000 CR
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Base Rarity 3.8
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