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Mitsubishi Lancer 'Nakahawa'

Mitsubishi Lancer 'Nakahawa' in Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands, Action, 2017

Class: Cars, Sedan — Origin: JP

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Mitsubishi Lancer 'Nakahawa'

Picture provided by : Mark0

Mitsubishi Lancer 'Nakahawa'

Picture provided by : Mark0

Comments about this vehicle

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carcrasher88 US (20)

2017-02-24 03:21

Nakahawa badging, which points towards Mitsubishi (like like the Kigan AWD in Watch Dogs and Watch Dogs 2, which is a Mitsubishi Outlander)...third generation Lancer, perhaps?

twingo FR (0)

2017-02-24 04:11

Nissan Sentra (B13)

carcrasher88 US (20)

2017-02-24 04:20

Nah, it's not a Sentra. Hardly looks like it, and if they wanted to make a Sentra sedan, they could have just took Watch Dogs' Sumitzu Auto 1.6 and made a 4 door out of it.

This one's much closer to a 3rd gen Mitsubishi Lancer, and the fact that it's a Nakahawa (the Ubisoft version of Mitsubishi) makes more sense to be a Lancer.

Burn Rubber US (346)

2017-02-24 05:11

The rear is nothing like a Lancer III though.

It's not a B13 Sentra either. (Oh, and nice duplicate account Alex)

This looks to be a generic late 90's or early 90's sedan. the front end looks like it could be real, but I have no idea what car it's from.

K20lover199 (0)

2017-02-24 06:58

Third Gen Mirage?

CarCrazedAlex586 (5)

2017-02-24 08:59

Burn Rubber wrote
It's not a B13 Sentra either. (Oh, and nice duplicate account Alex)

That is NOT me! I don't even have any sockpuppets!


If that was me, I would say it's an old Lancer.

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sajmon14 PL (234)

2017-02-24 12:29

Old Laner/Colt fits

Renz203 PH (13)

2017-02-24 15:38

I don't know why this makes me think of I-Mark.

But I do agree on Mitsubishi Lancer.

twingo FR (0)

2017-02-24 20:15

Case of Ubisoft being lazy: this shares similar body shape and pillars with this, just with different front and rear design.

Klumb3r CL (266)

2017-02-24 20:58

twingo wrote Case of Ubisoft being lazy: this shares similar body shape and pillars with this, just with different front and rear design.


Believe me it has been difficult for me to see if the car has already been photographed or not :lol:

schaefft DE (0)

2017-02-24 22:19

twingo wrote Case of Ubisoft being lazy: this shares similar body shape and pillars with this, just with different front and rear design.


Or maybe the intend was to create more variety in the vehicle lineup by adding badge-engineered/facelifted variations of certain models that would otherwise not be in the game? :)

Rush_Freak CA (0)

2018-03-01 11:24

schaefft wrote

Or maybe the intend was to create more variety in the vehicle lineup by adding badge-engineered/facelifted variations of certain models that would otherwise not be in the game? :)


^ What Schaefft said

This isn't "being lazy", it's adding surprising depth of believability to something fictional. Real automakers do this almost all the time.

I'm honestly very impressed by these models, they were clearly made by someone who actually studies auto design instead of "I'm not allowed to copy a real car so I made a box with wheels because I looked at a photo of a car once".

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