1992 Ford Escort RS Cosworth





Surname: Cossie

Mk: 5

Class: Hatchback

Origin: DE Germany

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VC Desscythe17

2016-09-26 01:01
AutoTracker wrote
I was actually just browsing through the Midnight Club II page and was giving some of the playable cars a GTA manufacturer. For instance, the 1971 Bestia now becomes the 1971 Imponte Bestia. It'll get kinda confusing though, especially since there was a Grotti Bestia added in a GTA Online update... maybe there'll be a Maibatsu Bestia added as well! :lol:

Why? It doesn't make any sense to give manufacturer names to cars in GTA before GTA IV (not talking about a few exceptions of cars which appeared in commercials). Giving manufacturer names to cars in other Rockstar games is even more pointless.

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US AutoTracker

2016-09-25 23:09
I was actually just browsing through the Midnight Club II page and was giving some of the playable cars a GTA manufacturer. For instance, the 1971 Bestia now becomes the 1971 Imponte Bestia. It'll get kinda confusing though, especially since there was a Grotti Bestia added in a GTA Online update... maybe there'll be a Maibatsu Bestia added as well! :lol:


PL SAJmon14

2016-09-25 22:21
Speedevil wrote


That's really dumb, MC doesn't take place in the same universe (since there are real cities).


And the funniest thing is that the games were made by other teams so they are 0% related.


KP Razor440

2016-09-25 19:39
sajmon14 wrote
I don't get why people are trying to put every GTA Ford-based car under the Vapid brand even if that brand didn't existed until GTA IV. This is just leading to crapload of fake informations on IGCD or Wikias


It's what happens when your a publisher/developer and you make a big deal about one series but not about another.


BE Speedevil

2016-09-25 19:30
Burn Rubber wrote
It's not just GTA. People on the MC wiki also tried to call the MC2 cars by the Vapid and Dewbauche names along with the others. When they never were called that in the game... :/


That's really dumb, MC doesn't take place in the same universe (since there are real cities).


PL sajmon14

2016-09-25 18:49
I don't get why people are trying to put every GTA Ford-based car under the Vapid brand even if that brand didn't existed until GTA IV. This is just leading to crapload of fake informations on IGCD or Wikias


ID GamerFIB7590

2016-09-25 14:03
ryan2t4 wrote
brand: Vapid
model: Cossie
production: 2000

It can't be 2000 since the game was released in 1997
ID ryan2t4

2016-09-25 12:34
brand: Vapid
model: Cossie
production: 2000
BR Josemag2016

2016-05-15 04:03
porsche 911 gts


CZ JFK

2015-10-14 19:53
Car worth selling. 12k if you have 1x multiplier, I sold one few minutes ago for 84k, since I was looking forward to finally get out of Liberty City, that after phone missions I did not do any car missions.
ID TakuFD3S

2011-07-12 05:33
speeder1344 wrote
Porsche 911

Lolwut? it's clearly a ford escort RS Cosworth



PL sajmon14

2011-02-18 17:53
mk5
UK G-MANN

2008-02-10 19:19
The developers of the GTA games were actually based in Scotland. Maybe their designers liked the Escort Cosworth so much (it was one of the greatest hot-hatchbacks of the 90s, and it was also successful as a rally car, Jeremy Clarkson was a big fan) they decided to put into the game, even though it was never available in the US (and thus was probably never street legal), which is where the cities in GTA are located. Perhaps in the game it is a gray import, I don't think you see it driving around in traffic, in Liberty City one is hidden in a courtyard, so it's like a secret car.
BE antp

2006-09-27 13:34
not in 1998 ;)

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