|I'd say more Firebird than Camaro. Rear is fully Firebird, front has Camaro headlight shape and Sport Coupe/Berlinetta vents, but the lower bumper is Firebird.|
|Definitely an Alfa 8C body from the side, with a Lotus front end. Not sure of the rear.|
|I just noticed that some details of this model make this the game's equivalent to a 'Zwitter' or 'Hybrid' Typ 1.|
It's got the split rear window of 1952 and prior models, but it's got the side vent windows of 1953 or newer models.
Between October of '52 and March of '53, Typ 1 models bulit between those months had both of those details, and the split rear window went away with models built in April of '53 and later.
|Front and rear look more like a Porsche 944, but the body definitely looks like a Dodge Daytona/Chrysler Laser.|
|I like how they modified the front end to the point that it looks either like a final generation Saab 9-3 or a 2005-07 facelift Saturn ION.|
The rear modification is strange, though, with a space for the license plate on the trunk (which doesn't exist on the real Cobalt), but has the wide plate on the bumper instead.
The rear as a whole, kinda reminds me a little of the old Schafter from GTA IV.
|Sold AND built in the US. It was also sold in Canada, Mexico, Middle East, Southeast Asia, and Russia, all imported from the US, while a locally built version was sold in China.|
Origin should really be US, not Japan.
|Looks more like a softened Mercedes-Benz GLK with some C-Class cues, rather than a Tiguan.|
Forza Horizon 4 (2018)
|Updating some existing vehicles with new unlock criteria for Series 31.|
|I fully tuned a Regera with snow tires (PI 989) and was able to complete it easily.|
|More like Tetris meets Tron.|
|To me, it looks like a Bugatti Divo with a little bit of BMW i8 in the rear.|
|My thought is either the Nissan MID4 concept or an 80's Lotus Esprit.|
|Looks more like a previous generation Civic Coupe to me with a little '15+ Mustang in the rear. |
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|I find it confusing that it's clearly an MB with the grille of a Ford M151 'Mutt', but it's branded in a way that SHOULD direct it to be a GTA lore version of the M151, not the MB.|
|I see a cross between the aforementioned Wagon R and the Brubaker Box.|
And now we know.
'Get it by completing the head-to-head race _NIGHTCITY.EXE_ starting December 11.'
That means there's a unique event hidden in the latest update that won't activate until that date.
|Interesting, a Regal with a Cutlass Supreme front clip.|
|Dirt racing fans rejoice! Cedar Lake Speedway, the 3/8ths mile clay oval in New Richmond, Wisconsin will be added to iRacing in the December build.|
|ANOTHER new track coming to iRacing: Long Beach Street Circuit|
|Gotta say, I do love what they did with this Ute. It's clearly a V8 Ute race vehicle, but it's got lights on the roof like a pace/safety car.|
This could have been done intentionally, as a reference to the face that the Ute was driven by Amber Anderson, who was also, at the time, a Safety Car driver for the V8 Supercars.
Majority of the textures were actually taken from the design art of the ute.
Model year should be 2012.
Gran Turismo Sport (2017)
|Update 1.62 is out, and it adds the 2020 Toyota GR Yaris 1st Edition RZ "High Performance" to the game.|
|Not sure of the rear, but the front reminds me of a mid-70's Pontiac Grand LeMans.|
|Yeah, this is DEFINITELY an Audi. It actually reminds me of a car mod for GTA V, the Obey Argento. |
Aside from the roof, a lot of the body has close similarities to it, if you put this and that mod side-by-side.
|Fruttato Molto Bene from WD2, could have fit in well with the game's setting, but didn't carry over.|
|Shame this car didn't carry over from WD2. There were at least a couple that could have carried over and still fit into the setting. |
This, the Fiammetta, Merengue, 200 EV, and the Sunrim EV. Even with some sort of visual updates.
|To me, it looks like a cross between the Polestar Precept and the Lucid Air, IMHO.|
|Exactly. And that page says 'liftback sedan', and if you click on 'liftback' it says: 'A Liftback is a marketing term used to describe a hatchback.'|
So, yes. It's a hatchback in the shape of a sedan.
|Looking at the new higher quality images, there is absolutely NO VinFast in here. |
It's an updated version of the Talos model from the first two titles, made to look more like a newer Edge Vignale (Euro-market exclusive) with some slight Lincoln cues.
|Yeah, that's DEFINITELY a Dallara DW12, not an F1 car.|
|I'm honestly seeing more Datsun/Nissan Z-Car in this than Fiat.|
|For some reason, the first thing I thought of when I saw this was a Rover 800 Series, or it's North American counterpart, the Sterling 825/827.|
|Strange...it's listed in-game as a Matarhorn...yet there's clearly a Brubeck Engines 'B' on the front grille. |
Maybe it's built by Brubeck for Matarhorn? Perhaps Brubeck doesn't sell in the UK market, as far as in-game lore goes, so their products are sold under different brands in the UK?
Smaller, more civilian products sold under the Centaurus brand (anything currently listed as a Talos is actually a Centaurus, with Talos being part of the model name), and larger, more commercial oriented machines sold as Matarhorn?
But then a machine similar to this in WD2 was simply branded as a Matarhorn, no sign of Brubeck identification. Strange.
But this all does have me theorizing that Brubeck, Centaurus, and Matarhorn are all owned by a single parent company, or Matarhorn has a deep alliance with Brubeck.
|The two-tone colors in these images are a SPOT ON match for the 2012 Peugeot Onyx concept, but the body isn't.|
|Apparently, there's a promotion going on between Rockstar Energy Drink and this game, with special cans, and there's a chance to win, and I quote...|
"...the Rockstar Energy x Cyberpunk 2077 custom 1970 Mustang inspired by the In-game Quadra Type-66."
So, perhaps this is actually based on a '70 Mustang instead of a Javelin?
|Is that a...Japanese city bus modified to look like a San Francisco cable car? Sweet!|
|Looks like a British ice cream truck body to me. Possibly some sort of Ford Transit?|
|Agreed, this is no Teana. In fact, I think it's a Mercedes-Benz, possibly a C-Class of some sort.|
|Apparently, it's ACTUALLY an Arch motorcycle, designed mainly for this game, and a real one DOES exist.|
|Aside from the nose, I'm getting serious Plymouth Sundance/Dodge Shadow vibes from this one.|
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (2010)
|Three vehicles likely should have a note added to their pages, as well, and that's the three cars that didn't carry over to the remaster, both SLR McLaren variants (possibly a specific licensing conflict with Mercedes AND McLaren, as the other McLaren and Benz cars carried over, but not the SLRs) and the Carbon Motors E7 (pretty obvious why this didn't carry over).|
|2003 Chevrolet Silverado|
|Yeah, gotta say...that comment certainly aged like milk, tbh.|
|Yes, an E46 M3.|
|Also, it's Origin: UK, not Origin: USA. |
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|First generation Colorado/Canyon with an Escalade nose and VW Caddy (the later van-only one) rear?|
|I'd say more of a '53, just by the grille alone.|
|Mercedes-Benz Viano [W639] with some VW Transporter mixed in?|