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Porsche Cayenne

Burnout Revenge (2005)
Possibly, it does look the same as the Burnout 3 car, just a bit longer (even then, that might just be the angle the picture is taken from). The Burnout 3 version was based on a Toyota RAV4, and I can see some similarities in this, aside from the length.
Porsche Cayenne

Burnout Revenge (2005)
Agreed on that. Could also be the Cayenne's sister car, the Touareg, since there really isn't any clear features on it to seperate them.
Dodge Charger

Forza Motorsport 4 (2011)
No, that's an optional bodykit for the car, and has nothing to do with the Storefront. If you want this car, you're gonna need an Xbox Live account and pay for it anyway.
Top Secret Supra

Initial D: Arcade Stage 7 AA X (2012) It's just a bodykit, most famously used on their V12 Supra.

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Mercedes-Benz SL

Driver 2: Back On The Streets (2000)
Well, there was a Maserati Kyalami in the hidden Newcastle stage of Driver 1:
They could of potentially remodelled it slightly. Then again, they're stupidly rare, and even though it's just a game, it's unlikely to see one in Brazil.
Ford LTD

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2002)
It's a game, that's why.
Ford F-100

Forza Horizon (2012)

does "1000 Club" means,that u nedd to have at least 1000 Gamepoints in Horizon?

And do we get more than just the Ford and the Ruf?

The '1000 Club' refers to the 1,000 new challenges available in the pack. Each car in the game (including DLC and unicorn cars) has a unique set of challenges for you to complete. Completing them earns you medals. Don't know any other information apart from that.
Ford F-100

Forza Horizon (2012)
Comes with the free '1000 Club' pack.

Forza Horizon (2012)
Comes with the free '1000 Club' pack.
Honda S2000

GRID 2 (2013)
Not sure, however, it does look like an AP2 model.
Made for Game Racecar

Have a N.I.C.E. day! (1997)
To me, it looks like a drag Funny Car mixed with cars used for ultra high-speed records (forgot their actual name). However, I can see where the Batmobile idea comes in.
Honda Civic

Little Racers STREET (2012)
The name is similar to Midnight Club II's Civic. Civic is a word closely related to cities, so that could just be a generic name given to the car (all the other cars names seem to be related to their actual model they're based on). Ponta sounds a bit like Honda as well I suppose, so on that basis, I'm gonna go with the 5-door, Euro-spec Civic.
Bugatti Veyron

Gran Turismo (2009)
I think it stands for Special Pack or something. I can't remember exactly, but I think there was a code given to those who prordered, and this was the car that you got given. There was a white Corvette ZR1 SP model that came with the limited Gran Turismo PSP too.

On a related note, this and all the other SP cars should be listed as downloadable.
Custom Made Flip Car

Fast & Furious: Showdown (2013)
lcpdcv wrote

>Gameaholic's comments on that page
Jesus Christ.

You mean the comments about it being road legal? Yeah, I was pretty awe-struck at them too.
Custom Made Flip Car

Fast & Furious: Showdown (2013)
I think the Fast and Furious Facebook page uploaded it.
Toyota Corolla

Sid Meier's Covert Action (1990)
Mk. 1 Ford Escort perhaps? The way the headlights protrude outwards slightly, the shape of the front bumper and the wheel design all look similar. The back end is a little off though.
Acura RSX

Need for Speed: Underground 2 (2004)
Made for U.S.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII

Need for Speed: Underground 2 (2004)
Made for U.S.
Aston Martin Vanquish

Forza Horizon (2012)
According to Wikipedia: "Deliveries have begun in Europe as of late 2012"

Since it's presumably modelled on a European-spec car(like the Virage), that would technically make it a 2012 model.

Forza Horizon (2012)
Seems they finally fixed the rims.
Jaguar XKR-S

GRID 2 (2013)
Looks like an XKR-S, judging by the wing.
Lamborghini Diablo SV

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (2010)
Should be listed as a 1996 model, like the regualr version:
Alfa Romeo TZ3 Stradale Zagato

Forza Horizon (2012)
Since it's only for a limited run, I suppose it doesn't have to be a proper Alfa at heart. My guess is that the platform was picked down to simple convenience; it's cheap as it's now just a part of the Fiat-Chrysler's part bin, and it was easy to adapt into whatever the Zagato designers had thought up.
BMW 320Ci

Gran Turismo 2 (1999)
I think EA still had the rights to M cars (like the M3, M5 etc.) at the time, so Polyphony just added each car with different engines. I thought it was still quite cool though, especially the 328Ci. I wish they'd kept that in GT4.

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Made for Game Sedan

Race City (1988)
Looks like a Peugeot 309.
Ginetta G33

Just Cause 2 (2010)
You don't have to spam the same thing on every version of the same car on each page you know.
Nissan Stagea

Grand Theft Auto IV (2008)
Surprised no one has suggested this:
Ford Escort

Forza Motorsport 4 (2011)
Made for GB, since it's RHD.
Nissan 240SX

Midnight Club: Los Angeles (2008)
Made for U.S.
Cadillac Ambulance

Biing!: Sex, Intrigen und Skalpelle (1995)
Looks like it, probably just a Cadillac Ambulance, like this:
Lloyd Alexander

Biing!: Sex, Intrigen und Skalpelle (1995)
I'd say it should be listed as a coupe. Wikipedia describes it as a saloon/sedan, although that's clearly wrong.
Morris Minor

Biing!: Sex, Intrigen und Skalpelle (1995)
Since it's a photo, we can look for little details. Here is a Morris Minor Van:

Looks dead accurate to me.

Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2012)
The other one should be deleted, or the pics need to be updated at least. In-game police chatter refers to it as a 2004 M3 GTR, same as

On a related note, this shows this was supposed to be in the standard game (as the other page shows), since other DLC cars aren't referred to by name as they have no audio file.
Caterpillar T-Series

Medal of Honor: Warfighter (2012)
PikesPeak wrote
well it need more harder quick car identify test like this

What car is this?

What model is this?

What year this car came out?

how many horsepower in this car?

is this a popular car or not?

what weight of this car?

There's nothing stopping someone from Googling all of the answers to those questions.
Chevrolet Corvette

Grand Theft Auto (1997)
Is there such thing a Corvette Z28?
Dodge Ram SRT-10

FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage (2008)
Why didn't you say SRT-10 then?
Chevrolet Chevelle

FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage (2008)
Who said it had a turbo?
Made for Game Coupe

Nippon Safes, Inc. (1992)
Looks like a very deformed Lamborghini Countach.
Porsche 911 Turbo

Ridge Racer V (2000)
How do you know it's a Boxer?
Mitsubishi FTO

Forza Motorsport 4 (2011)
Because we don't need less powerful duplicates of cars hardly anyone uses in the game anyway. This isn't Gran Turismo.
Jensen Interceptor

Gran Turismo 4 (2004)
...I'm sold.
Dodge Charger

Forza Motorsport 4 (2011)
Lotec Sirius

San Francisco Rush: Extreme Racing (1996)
Perhaps it was based on the CC prototype and through pure coincidence, Koenigsegg added the carbon side-stripes. I wouldn't find that so outrageous.
Made for Game Coupe

Pinball Illusions (1995)
Isuzu 4200R?

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Dodge Charger 'F&F'

Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2012)
I thought they were just kidding when they said they were putting a "fast and furious" Charger in the game.
Joss JT1

Forza Horizon (2012)
Nissan Skyline GT-R

Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2012)
I don't mind the paint scheme, but there had better just be regular colours for this car as well.

Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2012)
I hope they keep all of the race car paraphernalia like the roll cage, the bolt-in, Plexiglass windows and that weird pipe that ran along the inside of the car.
Nismo Skyline Z-Tune

GRID 2 (2013)
Still needs to be listed a Nismo Skyline GT-R Z-Tune.
Geo Metro

The Simpsons: Hit & Run (2003)
I'd say it's fairly close to a Metro. Only thing that throws it off is the front grill in the bonnet/hood, but that was probably added just to make it look more stylised and cartoon-ish.
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