|Mercedes GLC in the rear and the body, too much generic in the front (resembles a VW Touareg).
|In the front fascia resembles a Chaser JZX100, the body comes from a Lada 110. Rear is really generic, might be a Corolla E100.
Overall I'd say Lada 110.
|GAZ Volga 24-10 from late 80s.
|Nissan Skyline R31 Sedan
|Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder SWB.
|I agree, it's a Astra GTC, H generation.
|I go for Osca MT4
|Makes me think of an early 90s US Sedan. Windows shape leads me to think of a Plymouth Sundance from early 90s. Certain elements, such as the front reminds me of Mitsubishi Galant 1991.
|Looks similar to a Toyota Celsior XF20, though this one is three-window side.
|Looks like a Rambler Rebel SST from 1967
|GAZ 24-10 Volga? Though the body, especially in the rear (looks like a Fiat Panda designed as a sedan!), is really different.
|An Oldsmobile Delta 88 with the front coming from a Cadillac Brougham.
|After three years, I have to say that is a Legacy for the greenhouse, a bit the front fascia... but it's well mixed with the Mitsubishi Sigma '86 and '88, for headlights, tail-lights, rear wheel-arches and other minor details. Definitely a car between a Legacy and a Sigma. Nothing really american in its design, looks like is going to anticipate the hardtop japanese sedans that are going to appear through the 90s in Japan.
|Reminds me of a Holden Monaro from 2006. And the bumpers from the Pontiac GTO, same year.
|I agree, Pontiac Grand Am Pro Stock from 2004
|A Pontiac Montana no, but a Chevrolet Venture... that's quite near
|It's a minivan from late 90s guys, but not a Dodge Grand Caravan, since its design was influenced, at the time, by the little sister Dodge Stratus: lot of curves, oval shapes and so on. This is quite regular for shape and design. Front is almost the same with the Honda Odyssey 1998 and Pontiac Montana, it's true.
|A Crown Vic? This one?
This is more likely a Mercedes-Benz W124.
|Maybe a Porsche 944?
|I thought at first it was a Ford GT40, but checking some pics I have to agree with EnZo 96, it's a Bugatti EB110.
|Yep, Ferrari F40
|Lincoln Continental Mark VI.
| Loek wrote
Because car interiors in GTA V are almost the same, in order to save space and let create cars quite more quickly. If you check carefully some headlights textures, you'll notice that they're the same that appear in other cars. Would be good seeing components that are shared between cars from the same companies. Instead, projector headlights that are put in a Fugitive are also present in a Felon
Details that a child might miss, but not someone that cares about money spent on this game...
|I remember that, some years ago, when this game was in this website before it was deleted for no reason at all, this was listed as Mazda Capella, 1990 model.
Looks like a Mazda Capella, but not the 1990 model, instead the 1995 one, Japan version.
|Ford LTD Country Squire 1970.
But looks also like a Chrysler Town&Country 1974...
|Why it's been changed in MFG?
Looks like a convertible muscle car. I think it's a Ford Mustang 1994-1997, with the rear quite japanese (tail-lights from a Subaru impreza?) and a front that looks like the one of a 1991 Mustang, especially due to headlights that make a higher line than the one of the hood.
The whole body however, reminds me of the 1994-1997 Mustang.
| K20lover199 wrote
I completely agree!
|I think it's a Toyota Land Cruiser.
|Mercedes Benz C - Class W202 pre-facelift 1994-1997
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|Definitely a Honda Civic Sedan, 2003. Since the wheels have hubcaps coming from previous Civic generation (the EG one), I suppose it's a modified DX trim level, the base one of the Sedan.
|Well, you'll never see in real life a Clio with those head-lights so clear.
And I don't mean that the car is too much clear.
The whole game lacks good shadows in cars models.
|Aren't the tail-lights wrong?
The Evolution IV used to have large tail-lights..
|Tail-lights might have been changed for a matter of rights, considering that they're using the image of a car.
I would say CR-V, body is very similar to me.
|Chevrolet Nova, fifth generation, 1985-1988.
Looks to me almost the same car for little differences such as the headlights.
|Reminds me a lot of the Dodge Viper Defender.
|This is a Hudson Hornet.
|Well... the front fascia is quite similar, except for the grile. Headlight and the whole design reminds me of a small sedan from late 90s. Made me think of the Accent due to the windows shape, the rear spoiler and the front fascia
|Clearly a Dodge Charger.
|Reminds me of the Hyundai Accent WRC.
|I would go with Plymouth Fury, since the overall shape looks like based on that
|Looks really like a Saleen S7, especially the front fascia.
|You can't seriously focus on the tail-lights of a car for say "Hey, this is THAT car".
Lot of car models should be then changed if we follow this rule.
|I agree, this looks like a Vespa
Too small to be a Swift.
|Due to the body of the car, we can say that this is a T200 Toyota Celica liftback.
The rear also resembles it quite a lot, while the front fascia seems loosely based on a generic German car and a bit of Toyota Curren, the japanese sister of the Celica.
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|I agree! Is identical to the in-game vehicle!
|Audi Q7. Front fascia is almost the same.
|Really looks like a facelifted Crown Vic, 1995-1997, even if it's quite strange: the game is set in Japan, the Crown Vic is not used as taxi.
Taxis in Japan are mainly Nissan Crew, Toyota Comfort, Mitsubishi Galant and other japanese cars.