The Oullim Motors Spirra - a car that has been driving tuners crazy since GT4 due to it's unpredictable snap-oversteer. In GT4 and GT5 the snap oversteer occurred sporadically and unpredictably. However, it is a tad bit tamer in GT6 as most of the snap oversteer is limited to throttle lift-off. I tried to give this car a go last night and only found ballast helpful in curing 80 percent of the oversteer. I look forward to some brilliant tunes to tame what can be a blisteringly fast car! History and Background: In the mid 1990s Han-chul Kim, a designer at Ssangyong Motors, envisioned a Korean exotic sports car, a sight the world had never seen. Together with his wife he set out to build his vision, a car capable of competing with the world's best supercars of the era. He started out with an all-aluminum tubular sub-frame, to which he built upon an aluminum and carbon fiber body and added American power via the SVT Cobra 4.6L V8. The public first saw the prototype in 2000 at the Seoul Motor Show, however it was another four years later before the world saw a production-ready Spirra at the Beijing Motor Show. The prototype was more markedly different underneath the skin, with Kim changing the sub-frame to a complex aluminum and carbon-fiber piece. Legend has it that Kim managed to build several copies, their whereabouts unknown to this day, before funds dried up and the project seemingly died. For several years Kim struggled to find financiers willing to back his project, until meeting Dong-hyuk Park, the head of the Oullim Network conglomerate. Park, an automotive enthusiast himself wasted no time in acquiring Proto Motors, Kim's company the Spirra was based under, and began production using a Hyundai V6 and an all carbon fiber body. Delivery of the first models took place in 2011, and continue to this day.