|I don't think it looks that bad either, it's modern and what some people nowadays would consider 'stylish'. I just wish they'd widened it and made it a 2-seater instead. That thin profile is stupid.|
Or, they could've been more creative and made it a 3 wheeler like the Carver - or made it a bike like the BMW C1.
IMO the real CC Tango (and the beta version, by association) looks much uglier than this.
At least 3 of my favorite cars from the first game have returned, so I'm not complaining either way.
|Got some other shots of this via a no-clip hack video that may help with identification. Looks like it's modeled after something real.|
Quite detailed for something that's only seen for about 5 seconds.
|Functions in place of the usual carpool system, even when the player owns a vehicle. Also appears in Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 - www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=47774|
|This was the entry level carpool in the previous Sims console game (just called The Sims, both games are largely the same though). I'm pretty sure it's based on an old Aston Martin.|
|Made for Game; reused from Human Revolution (www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=39233) and slightly edited.|
|Made for Game; reused from Human Revolution (www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=39233) and slightly edited. Loving it's grungy look.|
|It's the Toyota Crown taxi from RE6, just heavily damaged. However the rear is 100% Mercedes.|
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|'88 Honda Civic Shuttle?|
|Could be a Nova too.|
|All I can see here is a hatchback that looks like a Vauxhall Astra Mk III, or possibly - but unlikely - a Ford Escort Mk V. No way it's an XM.|
|Vauxhall Cavalier or an Opel Vectra.|
|Is this still going on? Damn.|
|I'm not seeing any A6 in this at all. I'm thinking it's maybe meant to be a Volkswagen Polo III Classic (the sedan version.) |
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|Reminds me of a Lada 110 (minus the central part of the rear lights), but I can't imagine them being a common sight in Germany.|
|I'd suggest leaving the name blank until the game comes out; it may just be named 'Rebel', for all we know. |
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|Instead of comparing a hearse to a sedan, why not do a bit more searching and find a |
Buick Roadmaster hearse (rear) and a Chevrolet Caprice hearse (Couldn't find a decent rear shot.)? It's much more relevant for helping identify this vehicle; notice how they're - like everyone said - almost completely identical?
It's also worth pointing out that "Buick Roadmaster hearse" turned up far more (relevant) results than "Chevrolet Caprice hearse".
|There's also a prison bus version and another one used by "The Saints" (I think), but the only difference is the colour/livery.|
|Buick Roadmaster; even the trim is largely consistent with the real thing.|
|That's only because they did such a terrible job of modelling and texturing the cars; the Town Car and the Toyota are exactly the same shape as this. |
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|"British Police cruiser" is unnecessary and inaccurate.|
|You mean the Striker? That's listed as a Mazda 323 F and has little in common with this car -_-|
|Based on the headlight arrangement (it's obviously blurry, but you can clearly see the turn signal underneath the headlight), it looks more like a Renault Master.|
Here's photos for comparison (apologies for the small pics, but a side-profile was the best bet):
|Should be "unknown". Just because we can't see the front, doesn't automatically mean it's a made up vehicle; it's clearly based on one of those Dakar Rally trucks.|
|Reminds me of a Renault Maxi Megane.|
EDIT: Actually, Hyundai Veloster seems more likely.
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|Made for Game.|
|Probably a coincidence, but it looks like a Leyland National.|
|Vanhool A500, the same model appears in the opening cinematic for SimCity 3000.|
|Seems to be stylized, but the basic design is there.|
|"Obese Honda Fit" indeed. They've took some liberties with the front end, but they've done that with quite a few of the vehicles. Definitely a Honda Fit|
|Has a similar front end to this|
|Toyota Crown, same as the taxi.|
|This is a Toyota Crown Comfort - most common car for taxi use in Hong Kong. They've thrown some slight Nissan Cedric influence in there too, but it's not even close to a Santana. |
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|This isn't a Transit. It's a Peugeot Boxer/Citroen Jumper/Fiat Ducato.|
|Either a Corolla or an old Supra|
|Mitsubishi Eclipse/Eagle Talon, I think.|
|Mazda 323; slightly too big to be an Escort and the rear window and the front end don't really match.|
|Is there any way to get a front shot? It could be either a Mitsubishi or an Isuzu. I'd lean more towards Isuzu Elf though.|
|Otherwise known as the Mazda MX-3. Was sold under different names in Japan, including Eunos Presso - just some trivia I thought I'd add.|
| Andra125 wrote |
It actually bears the in-game version of Ford's logo in Saints Row 1 and 2, so this isn't a good way of proving it's Japanese influence. Just saying. Maybe they got it wrong in the first 2 games, but I doubt it. I've personally always thought this was a cross between an Aerostar and a Windstar.
|Looks more like a Dodge Ram Van.|
|It's an Audi R8/Lamborghini Gallardo mix, but to me, neither model seems dominant in this car's design, so "made for game" is the best option here.|
|From what UltraRazza and RVR72GV have posted, it looks like it's 90% Lincoln Navigator, with only the front end resembling a Nissan X-Trail. Seems to be a recurring theme in this game; the Wiesmann MF3-based car for example, has a completely different front end from the real thing.|
|The front end reminds me of a Nissan X-Trail, but overall it looks more American to me.|
|Looks like a Mazda2/Mazda Demio. It barely resembles a Tata Indica Vista at all.|
|Doesn't matter that it's set in London. This is the exact model that was used in the other game; looks generic to me.|
|Not the Halberd at all; it's a hatchback sure, but the similarity is extremely vague.|
|Looks like a "Dub" Cadillac Escalade, but with heavily edited textures.|