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Mercury Cyclone

Test Drive 5 (1998)
1968, and is a Fastback.

Burnout (2001)
The September 12th 2001 build has a Honda Prelude styled "Sport Coupe" instead of the Toyota MR2-like model for the final build.
Renault Clio V6

Metropolis Street Racer (2000)
This is the 1998 concept car, not the production model.

Metropolis Street Racer (2000)
Entry complete.

The PAL version has most cars right hand drive with London license plates, while the NTSC-U version has cars in left hand drive with California plates.
Ford Mustang

Downtown Run (2003)
It's in the European version of the game along with the Thunderbird, so no, you're not missing much.

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Honda S2000

Metropolis Street Racer (2000)
The rear shot has the black bars that I forgot to crop. Replacement:

i.imgur.com/LOSeMaQ.jpg
Peugeot 206

Metropolis Street Racer (2000)
UK-spec as GTI is the designation for S16 there in Britain.
Lotus Super Seven

Lotus Challenge (2001)
Clearly a reference to The Prisoner:

www.imcdb.org/vehicle_2367-Lotus-Seven-Mark-VII-1965.html

The numberplates, colour and wheels match.
Honda Civic

Gran Turismo (1997)
Also known as "Civic (Racer)" in the NTSC-U version.
Ferrari 288 GTO

Test Drive Unlimited (2006)
Victor_2003 wrote
DLC exclusive?

It's available only on the 360 and PC versions, and can be found in classic car dealers.
ZiL 133-540

Dal'noboyshchiki (2001)
If you select the "truck" option, you start with this one.
Mercedes-Benz 280 SL

World Racing (2003)
1968-1971.
Opel Speedster

Gran Turismo 3 A-Spec (2001)
NTSC-J, NTSC-U and PAL (French, German, Italian and Spanish) only.
Mercedes-Benz SL 320

Metropolis Street Racer (2000)
The only SL320 (R129) in a video game.

Race America (1991)
generalrusty78 wrote


Was the C4 Corvette even sold in Europe?


It was, for a limited time on the continent from 1991 until 1996.
Hughes OH-6

Need for Speed: High Stakes (1999)
Referred to in the British police chatter as Paraffin Parrot, which is a completely different helicopter, the Westland Wasp.

The Movies (2005)
All licensed vehicles are Chryslers.
Mercedes-Benz MB 100

Runabout 2 (1999)
NTSC-U and PAL only.
Autozam Revue

Runabout 2 (1999)
Class: Sedan.
Peugeot 306

TOCA World Touring Cars (2000)
GTI-6 (UK model), as it's right hand drive. The S16 was sold only in Continental Europe.
Acura NSX

The Need for Speed (1994)
Wheels are 1993+.
Mitsubishi Eclipse

Ridge Racer (1994)
The "F/A" in F/A Racing is named after the Namco arcade game Fighter/Attacker.
Mitsubishi Pajero Sport

Manhattan Chase (2005)
Though Manhattan Chase was developed in Europe.
Eunos Roadster

Kattobi Tune (1998)
Eunos Roadster like the other one.
Toyota Corolla Levin

Gran Turismo Sport (2017)
cyrus khan wrote
The speedometer is different and aftermarket instead of circular analog that we see frequently even in real life.

It was an optional extra for the AE86.

Need for Speed II (1997)
The traffic cars were eventually used in III: Hot Pursuit (both versions) and High Stakes (PlayStation only).
Mazda RX-7

TOCA World Touring Cars (2000)
The real RX-7 has hidden headlights. The game doesn't have the headlight covers like on the real car.
Toyota Hilux

Pickup Express (2000)
Four doors mean it's the Hilux Double Cab.
Opel Vectra

TOCA World Touring Cars (2000)
This should be a 1999.
Nissan Micra

C3 Racing: Car Constructors Championship (1998)
According to the car stats in the game, this is apparently a 1.3 litre model.
Mitsubishi 3000 GT

C3 Racing: Car Constructors Championship (1998)
1997, actually, because of the front bumper, wheels and rear spoiler.
Bell 206 JetRanger

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 (2002)
GameCube, PC and Xbox only.
McDonnell Douglas MD-500

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 (2002)
PlayStation 2 only.
unknown

Biohazard: Gun Survivor (2000)
Made for Game?
Vauxhall VX220

Gran Turismo 3 A-Spec (2001)
Available only in PAL and if you select English. Other languages turn it into the Opel Speedster.
Opel Speedster

Metropolis Street Racer (2000)
First ever production Speedster in a videogame.
Ford Fortynine

Ford Racing 2 (2003)
Leandro wrote
No offense but this is... one of the weirdest and ugliest cars in design ive ever seen

You never seen the 2nd-generation Ford Scorpio, then. Now, that's ugly.

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2023-06-14 19:52:42
Lotus Elise

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 (2002)
Uses Volkswagen Golf GTI engine sounds for some reason in this game, instead of the proper K-Series sound.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX

Sega Rally Revo (2007)
Right hand drive, based on the UK-market FQ-320.

Pro Rally (2002)
Interior view is only available on the GameCube version.
Bugatti EB110

Jaguar XJ220 (1992)
Victor_2003 wrote
Italy as origin?

In the late 1980s, the then-French Bugatti was now under Italian ownership, and was known as Bugatti Automobili SpA.

Swedish Touring Car Championship (1999)
This game's graphics engine was later re-used in Michelin Rally Masters: Race of Champions.

Rally Championship 2002 (2001)
A console version known as "Rally Championship" came out in 2002 on the PlayStation 2 (Europe only) and GameCube.
Subaru Impreza WRC

Rally Championship 2002 (2001)
Driven by Marcus Dodds (this game's male co-driver) in real life.
Audi TT

Vanishing Point (2000)
Has the 1999+ rear spoiler.
Mitsubishi Pajero

Screamer 4x4 (2000)
JFK wrote
Funilly enough you can still just about make out the Pajero writing on the back of the car. I am not sure why the devs went for UK model name.

Edit: lol, so when you unlock it in single player, game says you unlocked Mitsubishi Pajero, but in the menus its still being reffered to as Shogun


The reason for that is because Virgin Interactive was a British publisher.
VeilSide S2000

ZipZaps 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003)
Suki's car from 2 Fast 2 Furious.
Cessna 150

Grand Theft Auto III (2001)
The Dodo already had its wings clipped.

Biohazard 2 (1998)
Publisher: Capcom (Japan and US), Virgin Interactive Entertainment (EU)

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2023-10-18 20:27:00
Ferrari Enzo

Test Drive Unlimited (2006)
Victor_2003 wrote

That is bad, i don't understand if is due of license problems or size limit.

Melbourne House ported the game on a single layer DVD for the PS2 and on a UMD for PSP.
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