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Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman

Lucky & Wild (1993)
Apart from not being 6-door, the GAZ 14 Chaika is indeed similar:



Also, the ZIL 14047 is a close match:

Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman

Lucky & Wild (1993)
Aginnon a écrit
Not, because GAZ cars are only in Europe.


Well, a villain is driving it, maybe they wanted to exaggerate its villainous aspect with a soviet car - a common cliche in USA movies. I mean, it's a game after all.
Porsche unknown

Zero4 Champ DooZy-J (1997)
JIKJIN_021522 a écrit
Probably, it's still the VW Karmann Ghia seen in the menu background


I disagree. It wouldn't make much sense for the developers to have a Karmann Ghia compete with other sports cars in this game since it's way too slow compared to the others.

It's much more probable that it's Porsche 911 with modified tail lights to avoid licensing issues (they did the same with a few unplayable cars like the F50). Also, 911's were well known in the Japanese media - a lot of Japanese racing games features them.
Buick Skylark

Super Chase HQ (1993)
Correct model year is 1971



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Buick Skylark

Super Chase: Criminal Termination (1992)
Correct model year is 1971



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Lancia Fulvia Coupé

Super F1 Circus Gaiden (1995)
Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA Corsa

Driv3r (2004)
Silnev a écrit
@hydren do not submit surnames for these entries. The surname of the vehicle needs to appear in-game not in a guide book.


Ok
unknown

OutRun (1986)
Visible in Shenmue's OutRun game.
BMW 3

OutRun (1986)
Could even be a Maserati Biturbo Spyder:

BMW 3

OutRun (1986)
victorvance a écrit
It reminds me of an Mercedes-Benz SL.


I agree, a R107 model SL-series, although the difference is difficult to tell from the BMW E30 cabrio, unless you observe overall proportions (ex: R107 is wider than the E30; E30 cabrio has more space between the door and rear wheel)

E30 cabrio (non-M3 model):


SL R107:


PS: Don't bother with rear spoiler, since both of them could have them installed.

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Chevrolet Styleline

Zero4 Champ DooZy-J (1997)
Leandro a écrit
Styleline Special ( A pickup version of the Styleline Deluxe)


Like this?

BMW 6

Racing Hero (1989)
BMW E24 6-series

Cadillac Sedan DeVille

Cisco Heat: All American Police Car Race (1990)
M@xtimot a écrit

Agreed. Also, 1975 model year have the closest tail lights design.
Nissan Skyline

Cisco Heat: All American Police Car Race (1990)
Renz203 a écrit
1986+ Nissan Skyline?


Maybe, but the sprite is very ugly...
Suzuki Alto Works

Cisco Heat: All American Police Car Race (1990)
Renz203 a écrit

Agreed, perfect match.
Ferrari 412

Ferrari GT: Evolution (2008)
Ferrari 412, because the of the clear indicator lenses (Ferrari 400 had amber indicator lenses):



Ferrari 400:

Chevrolet Nova

Turbo Outrun (1989)
This is the same car as the police one on this game, just a different palette.

INFINITI Fast Forward (2020)
Link for game:

www-infiniti-game.nci-cm-services.com/fast-forward-retro-racing-game/play/
Chevrolet Nova

Turbo Outrun (1989)
Actually, its closer to a '76 chevy nova:

Dodge 600 Sedan

Lucky & Wild (1993)
Now with the front view of the car, evidence is even stronger for Dodge 600.

Cadillac Eldorado

Lucky & Wild (1993)
Small horizontal tail lights indicates a 1975 model year.
Fiat Brava

Test Drive 4 (1997)
Victor_2003 a écrit

That are a Fiat Brava, the developers mixed the rear from another car just like they did with the San Francisco Caprice which have Crown Victoria front.


It may be a mix, but what do you think of this:







Lancia Delta 5-door (second generation)
Nissan Cedric

Test Drive 4 (1997)
Y31

Fiat Brava

Test Drive 4 (1997)
I'm sorry people, but this is not the Fiat Brava. The front is similar, but the rear is too different:



It's another car with similar front fascia.
Daihatsu Hijet

Test Drive 4 (1997)
1992 Honda Acty van
Chrysler Voyager

Test Drive 4 (1997)
1996 Fiat Ulysse
unknown

Moonshine Racers (1991)
1977 Dodge Royal Monaco police unit

Chevrolet Caprice

Test Drive 4 (1997)
1992 Crown Victoria front with Caprice rear end.
Nissan 300ZX

Test Drive 4 (1997)
Victor_2003 a écrit

Doesn't are the first time that the vehicles have dumb stats, the same happened with Test Drive 5 and 6.


Yes, in TD5, they changed the Jaguar XJ220 engine and transmission. The actual XJ220 have twin-turbo V6 with 5-speed geabox, but in the game it have V12 with 6-speed.

PS: the 1988 Jaguar XJ220 prototype did have V12 engine, but was all-wheel-drive.
Mercedes-Benz SLK

Out Road (2004)
Victor_2003 a écrit

The design are too block to be the CL203 series.


I agree, but I still think this may be too blocky because the sprite is not perfect.

If the artist was trying to depict a SLK, why there is a black "spoiler"-like bar on the sprite? Stock SLK does not have rear spoiler.

On the other hand, the "spoiler"-like bar is very similar to CL203 series trunk lid ledge.
Mercedes-Benz SLK

Out Road (2004)
Mercedes-Benz CL203 series:


Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (Java) (2013)
Victor_2003 a écrit
The release date of that Java version should be 2010, the 2013 version its called Bonus Edition. I don't know what new content that version put in the game.


I agree. From what I've seem, Bonus Edition have the same cars as the 2010 version.
unknown

Miami Cobra GT (1991)
No rear window, can't be Testarossa
Nissan 300ZX

Test Drive 4 (1997)
It's funny how the 300ZX stats were exaggerated in TD4. I mean, 430 horsepower? And weighting only 2500lbs?
Ferrari 365 GT4 BB

Chase H.Q. (1988)
Master System version (seems to have replaced Ferrari GTO)
Chevrolet Bel Air

Chevy Chase (1991)
Reference picture:

Cadillac Series 62

Chevy Chase (1991)
Reference picture:

Chevrolet Bel Air

Chevy Chase (1991)
Picture for reference:


Chevy Chase (1991)
Silnev a écrit


I think having both versions of the same playable car was unnecessary. For example we don't list every variant of the Outrun Testarossa.

But if there is different vehicles in the other respects that's fine.


I see. I added two distinct entries because ingame there is a choice between 2 car types (one with rear mounted wheel and another without):



Color can be chosen for each car independently.

Chevy Chase (1991)
Klumb3r a écrit
Here we have a mix of Amstrad CPC and C64 images :think:


Yes, the game was released in both platforms. Should I have created separate game entries for each platform?
Excalibur Roadster

OutRunners (1993)
Excalibur Series IV Roadster

unknown

OutRunners (1993)
Ragge California



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Plymouth Barracuda

Road Rash II (1993)
Same sprite from Road Rash 1.
Ford Thunderbird

Road Rash II (1993)
The sprite is the same as the first Road Rash.
Dodge Polara

Road Rash II (1993)
Dodge Polara Highway Patrol police car:



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Road Rash (1991)
Need to remove 3DO, PC, PS, Mega CD and Saturn from platform since there is a different IGCD page for these versions:

igcd.net/game.php?id=100002973

Road Rash (1995)
Needs to add platforms 3DO and Sega Saturn.

See here en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Road_Rash_(1994_video_game).
unknown

Road Rash (1991)
The sprite from opponent's bikes seems to be a recolor from player's.

Since the front sprite features twin headlights (like the opponent's bike from the cover picture), I would say its a
1990 Kawasaki ZXR-750. It was also available with red paint job.

Picture for reference:







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Kawasaki ZXR 750 H1

Road Rash (1991)
Picture for reference:



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Ducati 851 Strada

Road Rash (1991)
Picture for reference:



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