| CarCrazedAlex586 wrote |
Camry indeed. Case closed.
|I say Camry because of the thin taillights. The two-tone paint is that of a Gallery Edition Camry like CarCrasher said. |
-- Last edit: 2017-07-19 18:17:31
|So we need to choose between a Lexus ES or a Toyota Camry guys.|
-- Last edit: 2017-07-19 17:18:46
|Yeah, Toyota Camry. The bi-color scheme is a good hint here.|
|Could it be the wheels? They look more like they came off of a first generation GS 300 [S140], but I still think the car looks more like an ES.|
Or, what about an [XV20] Toyota Camry? They were offered in this sort of two-tone paint here as well, the model was called the Gallery Edition, based on the LE trim. Still, the wheel don't exactly match here, as well.
Maybe a Gallery Edition Camry with GS wheels or aftermarket ones?
-- Last edit: 2017-02-20 19:02:49
|Here's another screenshot, I hope it helps:|
|100% a Lexus ES.|
| Mathias98 wrote |
Actually the Renault he posted is a USA model but this page is most likely for the white sedan
|Lexus ES300 [XV10]?|
| Renz203 wrote |
This scene was filmed in the USA ('85-86 Mustang on the left), so it's unlikely to be a Renault.
|Looks like a Renault to me.|
-- Last edit: 2017-02-19 14:31:32
|Mazda MX-5 on the left but the sedan is likely an Dodge.|
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