|Nice shot, now the name just needs to be changed to CTS-V.|
|This is a bit of a long shot, but it sort of makes me think of a Honda Orthia.|
|It would be either a Town & Country or the US market 2001-2003 Chrysler Voyager (Short wheelbase), since the brand name of this car is the same as the PMP 600, which is a Chrysler 300/300C.|
|Yeah, that car is beautiful.|
All this muscle car talk made me pull out my photos from a car show 2 years ago. It was the last time I've ever taken photos with old fashioned film rolls.
Can't wait to go there again next month. If there's any Cougars, I'll be sure to get pics.
|Yep. Gotta love the Cobra Jet. Only thing that would be cooler for this game would be a '68 GT-E instead. Only 394 of them were built.|
|After watching the video, I can say one thing...|
Yep, she's definitely a Cobra Jet.
|Well, here's some info for ya!|
|Probably to give the player a choice. Both cars will likely have a different feel, related to what they are. The regular buggy is made from a custom tube frame (likely) while the Baha Bug is based off of the Type 1's chassis, modified for this kind of thing. They're very different vehicles, which is probably why they're both here.|
|Makes perfect sense.|
On a barely-related note, have you seen the latest Motor Trend magazine? They pit classic muscle cars ('69 Camaro SS396, '70 Challenger 440 R/T, '69 GT500 conv.) vs new (Camaro 2SS, Challenger SRT-8 392, Shelby GT500 conv.) There's 3 covers available, one for each nameplate comparison.
|Who knows? Wasn't the Eliminator available with 4 different engines (351 4-barrel, 390 4-barrel, 428CJ and the Boss 302)?|
|The new E3 videos have LOTS of great views of this car. One of them should be used.|
|Agree on the Countach. If they give us a Reventon, though, that would be a bit overkill, right? Maybe they'll have a Jalpa, too.|
|SRT-8, not SR-T...|
|Front looks like a '69 Camaro, rear makes me think of a '69 Sting Ray.|
|Yup, just without the large, rear pillar.|
|GMC Canyon, not Colorado. Colorado is Chevrolet.|
|GMC Colorado? WTH? Doesn't exist.|
It's a GMC Canyon.
|Cadillac Series 62?|
|You mean just like the Bear replaces the Peacemaker at higher levels in SR2? If so, I definitely agree.|
|Is there actually any proof that this is the Five-O? It could be a car that goes along with the Five-O, kind of how the Stinger in GTA IV (DLC, of course) is to the Police Cruiser.|
These are the only Q1s on the site, and this car does kind of look like it.
|That nose actually makes me think of a VF220 Mercedes-Benz S-Klasse Pullman with the larger outer headlights of a W210 E-Klasse.|
What's the matter? GAT got your tongue?
|Yeah, it's the Bear from SR2. That's a really cool machine, great to see it make a return.|
| CA_NES wrote |
But, when you look at the Prowler, it's a modern interpretation of the classic American hot rod, so it's got credentials.
Plus, the Prowler is actually rarer than the M6 (about 14,000 to 15,000 or so M6s, coupe and convertible, compared to 11,702 Prowlers).
The rear end. (shown above)
But, then again, wasn't this car another Chris Bangle design?
|One of the coolest thing one could do in this game (as far as car guys are concerned), is transforming it into a very strong sleeper car. It may be heavy, but it's pretty quick, especially when tuned. |
I was online once, and put my tuned rat rod version against a friend in a standard Raycaster, and it was actually able to keep up.
|If I remember correctly, it's Renault-Samsung, not Samsung.|
|While this page is on the topic of movie cars, how about any of the following for this game?|
imcdb.org/vehicle_11069-Rolls-Royce-Silver-Cloud-II-1959.html - Grand Theft Auto (movie, 1977)
imcdb.org/vehicle_174447-Audi-A8-Typ-4E-2008.html - The Transporter 3 (2008)
Even though it's San Fransisco and not LA...
imcdb.org/vehicle_6501-GM-TDH-5303-1966.html - Speed (1994)
And, the long shot award goes to...
imcdb.org/vehicle_4113-Dodge-M4S-Turbo-Interceptor.html - The Wraith (1986)
|I'm pleased, but wish it was a '70 model, though.|
|Ok, guys. Could someone mark this car as a Z28, since the new image here says 1986 Chevrolet Camaro Z28.|
|Finally, hopefully we can swap out the hybrid powertrain for an S2000 motor.|
|The big wing is BACK!|
|@Sandie: Definitely agree, as if that was to happen, that could mean we'd see Nissan/Renault engines in future Lotus models. |
I could see them using the Nissan Juke's 1.6L turbocharged engine in an Elise/Elan.
|There wasn't a fourth brand, but there were different models.|
Chrysler Neon (outside the US)
Dodge SX 2.0 (replacement for the Chrysler Neon)
|Actually, it might be the production model:|
|Knowing how this game is going to be, it'll be at least a little faster than the one in TDU2.|
|For real? Wasn't expecting this...|
|Yup, tail lights are a dead giveaway.|
|The CT200h is, in my opinion, one of the best cars Lexus has released in recent years, along side the current RX, the LFA and the IS-F. It's efficient, sporty looking (for a small Lexus), is the most affordable Lexus model (I think) and makes pretty good use of the Prius' powertrain to make a relatively fun hybrid.|
Of course, it's only my 5th favorite hybrid at this time.
5. Lexus CT200h
4. Buick Regal E-Assist
3. Cadillac Escalade Hybrid
2. Mercedes-Benz S400 BlueHybrid
1. Infiniti M35h
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|Looks more like a Liberty/Cherokee (7-slotted grille)|