The Miyagi is a two-door compact car in Driver: Parallel Lines.


It is loosely based on a 2004 Honda Civic Type R and a Hyundai Getz, the Miyagi is a very small but tall car, the height doesn't resemble its counterpart at all. The front features a small U-shaped grill, and a long oval grill under neath the fascia.


The speed of the Miyagi is unusually fast for a compact car, and as such, it can pick up speed relatively fast due to its acceleration. Its durability is terrible however, it can't survive many crashes, and deforms very easily.



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1978 Era

Note: The Miyagi is a 2006 Era vehicle, therefore it will not spawn in the 1978 Era naturally.

  • Does not spawn in the 1978 Era.
  • Can be seen driving around if the player has completed the game, and drives the vehicle in the 1978 Era using the Era Change feature.
  • Can also be done if the player uses the "all vehicles" cheat and drives the vehicle in the 1978 Era.
2006 Era


  • Judging by the car's Japanese origins, the car's name is most likely taken from the Miyagi Prefecture in Japan.


Vehicles in Driver: Parallel Lines and Driver 76

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