|The 1980 Seville has a downwards sloping trunk and no tailfins, but the Thrax does, so it's actually a Deville.|
Here's a picture of the back of the Seville:
And here's a picture of the Deville:
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| Zotic_SLR wrote |
This is indeed also two pages for the same car.
|Seems like it's the same one as this:|
Details seem the same. It just looks like it's flipped in the poster so the singular headlight(?) is on the other side.
If that's the case, then these should probably be merged.
Edit: Grabbed a couple daytime shots of the front:
Not clear enough to use, but enough to prove it's the same car as in the poster.
-- Last edit: 2020-05-29 01:06:44
|Could be a heavily modified 1982 Cadillac Deville? That's my best guess. |
-- Last edit: 2019-11-03 01:29:40
|Make = Caddie|
Model = ???
|Like I don't see anything in this that is actually Grand Prix, it just looks like a 70's cadillac run through the futuristic grinder.|
|That's not a very fitting name.|
|The swooping tail lights, massive grille and the faux wire wheels scream late 70's Cadillac over Grand Prix.|
|I'd list it as Cadillac Made for Game or something. It's basically a generic 70s-80s Cadillac design updated a century later.|
|what in hell this is not pontiac grand prix this is some cadillac no pontiac since they were the faster gm's |
i have to say it could be mid 70 chrysler imperial or lebaron maybe ford not sure
|As these images are placeholder, it does not matter much, for now.|
We must wait until 2030 until the game is published haha
-- Last edit: 2018-08-18 05:45:28
|This view is also in the trailer:|
Figured it was too small to use, but it seems to be inspired by late 70s American luxury cars.
-- Last edit: 2018-06-13 22:31:57
|Rolls-Royce Phantom VII Series II? I know it's way off but it's my best guess|
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