Moskvitch G3 was a sports car from Moskvitch released in 1961 and designed by L. Shugorov. Unlike the earlier G1 and G2 it was more based on the standard models. It used a standard FR layout with independent front suspension (from the Moskvitch 407). The transmission, steering, and rear shocks were borrowed from the Moskvitch 410N. The engine was derived from the Moskvitch 407 engine, producing 70 hp. In 1963, the engine fitted with convex pistons and the power was increased to 76 hp (57 kW). The G3 was retired in 1965.