|Sport should be part of the model name, not as extra info, as the Bronco Sport is a completely separate vehicle from the Bronco.|
Saints Row (2022)
|Well, there are a few good things about the potential of this game. It's not really intended to mimic Fortnite in any way.|
The developers listed Baby Driver, Hobbs & Shaw, and John Wick as some of the movies that inspired the kind of action they want in this game.
It's also been stated that they see SR4 as equal to the 007 film Moonraker, as it was so outside the realm of reality, that they had to reel it back in.
The intention is that it goes back to a balance of humor and seriousness seen in SR3, which I think can be appreciated.
Also, the location, an American Southwest theme, feels like part Las Venturas (GTA SA) and part Blaine County (GTA V), with a Saints Row twist.
I'm certainly looking forward to it. Surely it won't be as much a disappointment as Watch Dogs Legion...
|Oh, yeah. Looks to me like a Continental GT3.|
|The Corsa is a private customer track-only model, where the GT1 is a class-specific model run by factory-backed teams.|
|It's actually not on the dashboard, but on the hood itself. And, yes, it's a tachometer.|
|GSX stood for Gran Sport eXtra, while GNX stood for Grand National eXperimental.|
|Indeed, it does. It's twin-turbocharged.|
|Holden Dealer Team|
It was almost literally like HSV, before HSV even existed.
|Yes, it's a homologation special, Group A regulations required at least 500 road legal versions to be built, 750 ended up being built to meet demand.|
|North American Specification, specifically built for the US and Canadian markets.|
|Indeed. Certainly opens up possibilities for other models from their catalog of licensed models.|
|Hopefully this could be a sign that one of their Type-R castings might show up in post-release DLC, or maybe the City Turbo II...|
|Actually, I'd say it's more of a first generation Hyundai Tiburon/Coupe than an Intrepid.|
|Indeed, definitely the i5.|
|Yeah, it's a 1957 Thunderbird turned into a limo.|
|Not a Sprinter, rather a Volkswagen LT (same body shell, but different front end and rear lights), but with the rear lights moved to where the top of the bumper is on the real thing.|
|- Mid-engine Corvette|
- Big, blown motor in the front
Test Drive Unlimited: Solar Crown (2024)
|New trailer confirms 4 more vehicles.|
- Lamborghini Huracan Performante
- BMW i8
- Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG (previous gen, not current)
- Porsche Cayenne (current gen)
Edit: In a short piece with two of the game's developers, there's more (real) cars seen in the background, which may or may not confirm more of the game's cars:
- Alpine A110 (modern)
- Lamborghini Urus
- Ferrari 488 GTB
- Ferrari California
- Jaguar Lightweight E-Type (old coupe with number on door)
- Bentley Continental GT
- McLaren 12C or MP4-12C Spider
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|Is it just me, or does it look like they crossed a Chevrolet Chevy Van with an early IVECO Daily with a very slight hint of Plymouth Voyager (the thicker grille trim bar)?|
|Pretty sure that's a Chevrolet Vega hatchback.|
|StreetHunter C8 kit? If that's the case, that might confirm a new kit for the FD RX-7, as well as confirming the new GR Supra being in the game as well!|
|Wide fenders and wheels/tires confirm it's equipped with the Sasquach package, likely Badlands trim level, but could be base, as Sasquach isn't limited to a specific trim level.|
|Definitely MUCH more second generation Tundra than F-150.|
|Looks to me like a cross between a smart ForTwo and a Honda Life (second/third generation).|
|I see a good bit of Honda N-One on this one, but it's a 3-door, like the Pao. Maybe a boxy cross between the two?|
|Definitely not of American origin. It's literally a reworked Artega GT (German) that's built in China.|
|2021 release (which is strangely marked on the card to celebrate Earth Day 2022)|
|2018 Super Chromes paint, very nice!|
|Cross between a Dodge Ram and a D20 Hardbody/Navara?|
|Looks like they tried to put either a Hyundai Elantra or Kia Forte rear on an Audi A3.|
|Specifically, a Lincoln MKT rear. Maybe the rest is like a Q7?|
|Looks like a first generation Impreza sedan with the roof stretched into a wagon, instead of actually using a proper Impreza wagon model.|
|2005-07 Mazda6 MPS?|
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2002)
|The green vehicle on the second row of the second picture is actually a second gen Chevrolet Blazer, not a Dakota.|
And the first on the far left of that same row looks to be an early 90's Honda Accord.
Also, the Voyager on the right in the fifth row looks like it has a gold emblem on the grille, rather than a blue/silver one, which would make it a 2000 Chrysler Voyager.
-- Last edit: 2021-05-06 01:09:34
|Looks like they tried to combine a Baja Bug with a Rally Fighter. |
-- Last edit: 2021-05-05 01:04:03
|Transformers take on the Devil Z?|
|Looks like the offspring of a TVR Sagaris and either an Audi TT or Chrysler Crossfire.|
|Certainly looks a good bit like a Ferrari 360 Modena.|
|Looks a little like a heavily modernized Shelby Cobra 427, but not in the manner that the Series 1 looks. |
This one looks more like a modernized Cobra with a little Porsche and Mercedes in it.
|Looks like a strange mix of 2002 Pontiac Solstice Concept (the convertible version) and a final generation Toyota MR-2 Spyder, with a little Renault and some Vauxhall VX220 in the front.|
|To me, it looks like a mix of Honda Beat, Dodge Viper, and Aston Martin V12 Vanquish (rear lights).|
|It's a yellow/black plate, which means it's supposed to be a kei car, which the Cube is not.|
Test Drive Unlimited: Solar Crown (2024)
|Also confirmed with the new trailer are a few more brands not currently seen here, since only the key fobs are shown.|
That includes Audi, Bentley, Ferrari, and Mercedes.
Also, the Bugatti key fob shown is all black with red stitching, which might be the Chiron Sport key fob, not the normal Chiron one, which means both the Chiron and Chiron Sport might be in the game.
Can't confirm any models based off of the Benz or Ferrari fobs, as multiple models use the same fob for each brand.
Bentley key fob is likely some sort of Continental, as the Bentayga has a completely different key fob, and I have my doubts that the Flying Spur will show up, but I could be wrong.
Lamborghini key fob is likely either a Huracan or Aventador, as the Urus has a different key fob.
-- Last edit: 2021-04-22 00:59:53
|Agree on Opel Astra [G]. Looks to me like a cross between the Astra [G] DTM car and the Astra [G] Kit Car.|
|The lights across the front would make it more like a Mercury Sable, rather than a Taurus.|
IGCD Future releases and to do list (2023)
|Not sure if anyone's seen it, but I figured I'd ask if anyone's got a claim on the upcoming Hot Wheels Unleashed that's coming out in September. |
There's already plenty of cars unveiled for it, in fact.
|Has anyone else noticed that, aside from the obvious incorrect tail lamps, this GT500 is equipped with the Carbon Fiber Track Pack?|