The Prodigy is based off the 1974 Ford Thunderbird, with lines inspired by the Second Generation Chevrolet Monte Carlo, and the rear of a 1977 Thunderbird.
The 1970 Prodigy is based off the 1962 Ford Thunderbird, with the rear of a 1960 Ford Falcon. The car comes in either hardtop or convertible configurations.
The 1994 Prodigy bears a resemblance to the tenth generation Ford Thunderbird, with the rear of a Lincoln Continental Mark VII.
The Prodigy is powered by a 7.0L V8, coupled to a 4 Speed Gearbox in RWD Configuration. The car is heavy, and as such, acceleration is unimpressive. The suspension is cushiony, and the car isn't a great cornerer, but it almost never fishtails. Braking is upscale, and it's easy to stop the behemoth, even at top speed. ABS is common, and Crash deformation is very good.
In 1970, the Prodigy is now powered by 6.4L V8, coupled to a 5 Speed Gearbox in RWD Configuration. The car is, once again, heavy, and acceleration is even less impressive because of the smaller engine. The suspension is less cushiony, which makes cornering enjoyable and easy. Braking is very good once again, and ABS is common. Crash deformation is acceptable, with the car being able to take many hits before failing.