|Foxbody Ford Mustang, but with some other brand cues mixed in. Rear looks a little bit modern Camaro, front looks 80's BMW.|
|Actually, that load screen doesn't have a NASCAR Ford, rather an IMSA GTO class Ford Mustang. |
Specifically, the #15 Whistler Radar Detectors Mustang.
| Durtvan wrote |
How about some Aussie cars don't appear in games, or rarely do? Chrysler Charger 770 [VK], or the Zeta, built by Lightburn & Co. between 1963 and 1965, or even the Purvis Eureka, a doorless canopy sports car.
And a great idea for a Max Coolness could be one of the old Holden Utility models that was offered with the Sandman package, with the Sandman as the Max Coolness version.
|About darn time they added Fosberg's 370Z to the game. |
I mean, it's one of the most well recognized Formula D cars, but it's taken this long to get it added.
Hopefully the new Rockstar Energy GR Supra follows soon.
| Auto-Friki wrote |
It's a strange situation, because by the time the game was released, the RAM division had been established, and they just clumped it under the RAM brand because it was a Ram pickup.
Kinda like when Forza titles had clumped the Eagle Talon (and IIRC, Plymouth models like the GTX and 'Cuda) under the Chrysler brand in-game.
Only difference being that Eagle and Plymouth don't exist anymore, but Dodge still does, so it makes even less sense.
|It was the latter. MV Agusta engineered the engine completely in-house, just that Mercedes-AMG owned 25% of the brand at the time this was introduced.|
After that stake was sold back, the 2017 model of this bike was sold without the AMG logo on it.
|No, it's a race car who's design is based on this 408: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peugeot_408#First_generation_(2010%E2%80%932014)|
No, HSV in this case stands for 'Honda Sports Velocity', and it was made specifically for SuperGT.
|No. All FJ Cruisers are built in Hino Motors' plant in Hamura, Tokyo. |
The original concept design WAS designed in the US, though.
Edit: Remembered that the FJ is still in production for certain global markets, even though it was discontinued in the US and Japan.
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|Also consider that it could just have the trunk and hood swapped, as the rest seems to match the CVPI, and they're largely the same car, parts like that can easily be swapped.|
|Seems French to me. Almost like some sort of Renault Clio, with a Renault 5 looking nose.|
|Found on two levels: Driving around the Streets San Francicso level, and parked between two wedge ramps in the Skatestreet secret area.|
|Actually, it's a 2000 Dodge Maxx concept, just turned into a 6x6 like the T-Rex.|
|Yeah, no Optima here. I can see a little first gen Forte in the front, but no Optima.|
|Looks to be a chopped down, shorter wheelbase version of the cart from MW2 Remastered, with a roof added on.|
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 (2020)
|Excellent. Hopefully someone does discover a glitch for that.|
Also, there's plenty of real skate footage in the game, both in the unlockable videos, but also on digital billboards in certain levels. That should add more vehicles to the page.
Plus, there's some 'news' clips on some of those digital billboards, one even showing real footage of a snowy European motorway.
I know stuff like that has been posted on other skateboarding game pages, so I'm sure it'll be allowed on this one as well.
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 (2020)
|Anyway, it seems that a lot of the vehicles in this game are ported over from Modern Warfare (2019).|
You can find the Peugeot 406 model (parked just outside of the fence along the street) on Burnside, as well as the Volvo V40 model (passing traffic, not easy to get a good shot of) and Range Rover Evoque model (very tough to get a good shot, it's in the parking lot across the street, another one parked on the side of the street further down)
The Fiat Ducato model can be easily found on the Mall level, along with the Opel Astra and Toyota Tundra models.
The Skoda Octavia model shows up in three spots in Downtown Minneapolis.
The golf cart from School II is also missing, so far.
There's also a Nike SB branded version of the Ducato model just outside the fence in the Marseille level. Probably the best place to get a shot of it, compared to any other level in the game.
There's also the bus in Philadelphia, which is the same model as the red bus currently listed as unknown on the MW page.
Edit: And, there's the wrecked VW Passat CC model from MW, on the Mall level, where that ramp is located to jump over the car (which had been occupied by a Jeep in some past renditions of the map).
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|The X version was basically the top of the line luxury model for the H3.|
|Uh...you could get an R8 with a manual transmission.|
|Simple explanation: The Shift 2 version was modeled off of a 6-speed manual transmission LP-640, while the DSF version was modeled off of an LP-640 equipped with the 6-speed e-Gear automated manual transmission.|
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 (2020)
|Actually, I'd say that Damageable Vehicles should be changed to Yes, simply on the fact that grinding the five police cars in the Streets San Francisco level will damage the cars.|
|Actually, it's CT 100, not GT 100. There isn't a 100 version of the GT Series of Modenas, but there is a 100 version of the CT series.|
Either way, origin is Malaysia.
|That's LP Racing's LPR Porsche Macan V8 Rally Raid! The whole chassis isn't all Porsche based, and it's not an official Porsche racing vehicle...so should it be listed of being Hungarian origin, as that's where LP Racing is from? |
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|Maybe it's the Biturbo version that was introduced in 1998 and built until 2000?|
|Not much of a difference between the WD and WD2 wheels, the WD2 version has the same wheel design, just with a chrome finish and larger diameter. The WD one's wheels look like 16 inch wheels, but they look like 18s here.|
|Something about it makes me think of an [A40] Toyota Celica, not a Charger.|
|Yeah, definitely looks a lot like a Spark Activ [M400].|
|Ok, with the proper modeling, it looks like either a Mazda2 or Mazda3 with a Renault-like rear.|
|MUCH better. Now, I can see that it's largely a current generation Nissan Pathfinder with a Cadillac-like grille and the rear of a current generation Volvo XC90.|
|600 Series, IIRC.|
|I thought it looks like a horribly modeled Mazda CX-5 with the rear of some sort of Renault.|
|Actually, it looks like a mix of Chevrolet subcompact models. Rear looks like an M400 Spark, sides possibly from an M300 Spark, and the nose of a T300 Aveo/Sonic.|
|Looks like a horribly modeled mix of Cadillacs, mainly the Escalade with a little XT6 in the rear.|
|Actually, it's more of a second gen Master body than a third. If the nose is Vivaro B (which it is), then you could say it's a Movano A (Opel version of the second gen Master) with a Vivaro B nose.|
|Second of all...the front and rear images don't match.|
|This one's the iconic Speed Trial car.|
|This Celica RM, as well as two others:|
www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=227419 (same scheme, just without the yellow)
...are all using a de-branded version of the WedsSport Celica JGTC paint scheme that's also seen in this game. Ironically, when WedsSport switched to this generation of Celica in the JGTC, they also changed the paint scheme.
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|Trucks like the Montana are Brazilian, not European. But, yes...it's a truck similar to a Chevrolet Montana.|
|There's likely plenty more cars coming, I'm sure the FK8 will show up soon enough.|
|Probably MFG, looks like something that was made in Automation, IMHO.|
|Yes, it's Koenig Competition. The real question is...is it the original Competition, or the updated Competition Evolution?|
|Agreed. It's just an Evo X nose on a GT-R body.|
|Likely based on the Team Oreca GTS-R, but with the French flag removed and the American flag found on the side of the hood moved in it's place, among other detail differences, because of lack of team licensing at the time.|
|Based on the 1997 ZENT ECLIPSE JGTC Chaser|
|Looks like it's based on the MA70 Tom's Minolta Supra from the JGTC, interesting that the livery ended up on the MA60, which wasn't run with Minolta sponsorship in the first place.|
Fast & Furious: Crossroads (2020)
|Actually, there technically were. I mean, just look at the NFS III: Hot Pursuit page. There's two SUVs that could be accessed with the certain methods, a Jeep Grand Cherokee and a Land Rover Discovery.|
The Discovery could also be accessed in High Stakes.
And don't forget the internet-only Porsche Unleashed based Top Speed, which featured the first playable AND licensed SUV in NFS history, the Porsche Cayenne.
|Indeed, that's certainly no Hilux. Land Cruiser matches better.|
|It's mainly because of the fact that the textures were applied to such a poorly matched mesh. The textures are good, just not when placed on the body mesh they're on. |
You can even see where some of the textures ended up being stretched when applied, like on the front corner.