| Youngatthehelm wrote |
Hmm, it looks LHD even though it's in the UK. But that goes back to CarCrasher's point about the models being reused in the two games.
In first updates when this was added yes, it had only LHD. They fixed it in 1.35 or 1.36 update, and now it has the steering on the proper side.
|Hmm, it looks LHD even though it's in the UK. But that goes back to CarCrasher's point about the models being reused in the two games.|
|It is interesting, that I never met this car during bad weather. I am curious how SCS did set definitions for it?|
|It probably is, hence why instead of using a specific Acura TSX model, they just converted the ETS Accord model to ATS.|
The two games use a bunch of the same models, just with license plates for the global regions they appear in.
The two games also use the same Audi A6 model, same 2015+ Ford Transit model, same Ford S-Max model (which is WAY out of place in the US), same Hyundai Santa Fe model, same Range Rover model, same M-B C Class wagon model, and the same Volvo XC90 model.
| ThorB0097 wrote |
Strange that the taillights of the Mustang aren't clear unlike real life EU-spec Ford Mustang.
In real life Ford Mustangs since 2014/15 models have clear lenses in Europe, kind of strange that SCS went for the US-spec.
Could be that it's easier to convert this to ATS this way, SCS has proven many times sharing models is an easy trick. They didn't add it in ATS 1.31 though.
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