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Subaru Impreza

Terminator 3: The Redemption (2004)
I'd say Impreza, 2001 model.
Mitsubishi Mirage

Saints Row: The Third Remastered (2020)
Actually the body of the Lancer Evo comes from the Mirage, which was sold as Lancer in some markets.
Rear lights come from Mirage Asti, forgotten coupe from the 90s.
Front lights from Lancer Evo V/VI, bumpers are actually depending from which variant you choose in the shop, since some of them are a reference to Lancer Evo IV, another to LanEvo VI and this one seems inspired by the LanEvo III.
Aside the pillar in the side window that has no sense since it doesn't have to go down inside a door, the car is actually a Mirage/Mirage Asti, since the body is exactly that one.
Volkswagen unknown

Dead Island: Definitive Edition (2016)
Volkswagen Passat, rear lights from the B5, greenhouse from B6 and front from B4.
Porsche Panamera

Saints Row: The Third Remastered (2020)
Looks way better than the original one in SR:TT.
Rear lights remind me of those on the Camaro '18.
Cadillac DeVille Stretched Limousine

Saints Row: The Third Remastered (2020)
Finally is way more realistic! Some vents in the front bumpers, a thing that EVERY car in SR used to lack with few exceptions!
unknown

Zombie Infection (2008)
Cloudstinger a écrit

+3
Peugeot 406 Coupé

Saints Row: The Third Remastered (2020)
Peugeot 406, even if it's two door. There was the coupe variant, but was way different from the sedan.
Mitsubishi Lancer

Demolition Derby 3 (2018)
More likely a Mirage 5th gen (1995-2000) rather than a Lancer.
This style has nothing to do with early 2000s. Especially those big turn signals in the bumper and the side edges, that are an heritage from late 80s in automotive design.
Toyota Corolla FX

Shenmue (1999)
Looks more like a Toyota Corolla Hatchback 3-door E80
Nissan Sunny

Shenmue (1999)
Volvo 700 series
Mitsubishi Lancer

Shenmue (1999)
Mitsubishi Mirage Geneva 1983 (Mirage/Colt Sedan)
Mitsubishi Sigma

Top Gear: Dare Devil (2000)
I still don't understand why this is not listed as a Diamante. It resembles a Diamante, all the hints go with Diamante, so the name should be Diamante.
Made for Game Convertible

QQ飞车 (2017)
Inspiration comes from Lamborghini, I'd say Lamborghini Centenario Roadster.
Made for Game Wagon

F1 2017 (2017)
Can someone change the name? Lexus GS Wagon doesn't exist.
Made for Game Coupe

Superman Returns (2006)
Cloudstinger a écrit


Grille's too big, car's too squashed, and overall shape doesn't seem to have any resemblance to the Type 57.

EDIT: To be honest, it's rear shape reminds me of the Type 57, front reminds me of the 1925 Rolls-Royce Jonckheere.


There are obviously some differences, I just said which car IMHO resembles the most. I think after all that "Made for Game" is the correct choice.
Made for Game Coupe

Superman Returns (2006)
Bugatti Type 57 SC Atlantic
De Lorean DMC-12

Ride or Die: A Bad Boy Romance (2016)
Front of Firebird, the body comes from the Celica Supra A40/A50.

I'd say Toyota Celica Supra MKI.
Tesla Model X

Ride or Die: A Bad Boy Romance (2016)
Tesla Model X

In the same game, the Integra with the Prelude's front has been added as Integra. I'd go with the same method.
Toyota Corolla

Automation - The Car Company Tycoon Game (2015)
Toyota Corolla E80
unknown

Gears 5 (2019)
Chrysler Fifth Avenue 1982-1989
Made for Game Wagon

F1 2017 (2017)
Volkswagen Passat Variant B6
Volkswagen Jetta

Army of Two: The 40th Day (2010)
Why hasn't this been changed to Jetta yet?
Renault Initiale Paris

Idle Car (2019)
Lombax a écrit

The narrow bits leading in from the headlights and the 'V Shield' in the middle, totally Alfa design.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfa_Romeo_159#/media/File:Alfa_159_grey.jpg


Yes, I totally agree. I've written "Alfa Romeo??" meaning that is curious that there's an Alfa Romeo distinctive trait on a car that is totally not related to the brand.
Hyundai Sonata

Darksiders III (2018)
Hyundai Sonata 2004-2009
unknown

Katamari Damacy (2004)
Toyota Starlet P80
unknown

Katamari Damacy (2004)
Really too generic, looks like a Camry V20.
I'd rather say MFG.
Fiat 132

Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation (1999)
Fiat 132
Jaguar XJ

Sniper: Path of Vengeance (2002)
I agree, this is a Jaguar XJ
Suzuki Wagon R

Army of Two: The 40th Day (2010)
Suzuki Wagon R 2004
Cadillac CT6

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Breakpoint (2019)
The Thema's shape is quite different, plus tail-lights nor headlights are matching. The Thema was a 300C rebadged, this has almost nothing of a 300C...
Made for Game Coupe

Superman Returns (2006)
Looks like a shortened Lancia Thesis.
Volkswagen Jetta

Army of Two: The 40th Day (2010)
Volkswagen Jetta 1988 model
Renault Initiale Paris

Idle Car (2019)
Overall is a Renault Scenic IV, with several modifications, like rear fascia and front grille (Alfa Romeo??)
Cadillac CT6

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Breakpoint (2019)
Looks inspired by the Lincoln MKZ 2013
Ford Fiesta

Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour (2012)
Subaru Impreza STI Hatchback 2007
Made for Game Sedan

SimTractor (2003)
Wheels and rear comes from Renault (Megane or Laguna II). The front is hard to understand, reminds me of a Teana. I would say Made for Game, way too generic.
Daihatsu Charade

Just Cause 3 (2015)
Still, seeing a Charade was quite difficult back in those days. And looks nothing like a Charade, completely different.
Daihatsu Charade

Just Cause 3 (2015)
This is a Fiat Uno. They just mixed up details from different Fiat/Seat old models.
Rear tail-lights and line: Fiat Panda (141, 141A chassis code)
Overall body: Fiat Uno
Front fascia: Autobianchi A112, hints from Fiat Ritmo/Strada.

'83 Charade was impossible to be seen in Italy, the location where the game takes place should be respected, if we want to understand correctly which is the inspiration behind the models.
Made for Game Convertible

Sega GT (2000)
www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/1998_Plymouth_ProntoCruiserConcept3.jpg

www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/1998_Plymouth_ProntoCruiserConcept2.jpg

Really similar.
Alfa Romeo 145

Sega GT (2000)
Ok, with these new pictures is clearly a 145 :)
Made for Game Convertible

Sega GT (2000)
1997 Plymouth Pronto Cruiser Concept. It's the same car.

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Alfa Romeo 145

Sega GT (2000)
Volkswagen Golf IV, even if the back is really similar to the Lancia Delta Mk.II and some styling cues (bumpers) have a striking resemblance to the Alfa Romeo 145, very popular in Japan.
De Tomaso Pantera

Sega GT (2000)
Mitsubishi GTO or Mazda RX-7 FD. Body looks very similar to the GTO/3000GT/Stealth though
unknown

Manhattan Chase (2005)
Ford Mustang Mk.III 1999-2005
Mitsubishi Lancer Cedia

Zettai Zetsumei Toshi 4: Summer Memories (2018)
Mitsubishi Lancer Cedia
Nissan Skyline Coupé

Rage Racer (1996)
Skyline R32
Nismo GT-R LM

Rage Racer (1996)
Skyline R33. The back reminds me of the R33 LM version, very well known back in the 90s.
Citroën ZX

Automation - The Car Company Tycoon Game (2015)
This is a Mitsubishi Lancer Wagon 1982-1991.
Nissan EXA Canopy

Automation - The Car Company Tycoon Game (2015)
Nissan EXA Canopy
Volvo XC70

Driving Prado Around City (2019)
Wagon version of this www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=190305

Is it me or the headlights are coming from the Ingot of GTAIV/GTA V?
Still, I'd say Lada 111 for overall body shape and for the sedan version.
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