| wezymh a écrit |
I’m guessing it’s done on purpose, so that they never put an actual plate number on a game car.
|why can no games set in the uk get the plates right. the first two letters are a dvla memory tag. the two numbers are the age of the car and the last 3 are random. for example LV69 XPL. LV = memory tag, 69 = late 2019/early 2020, XPL = Random|
|I like how the hubcaps are shaped like a UK socket.|
| TheGreaser a écrit |
IMO the LEVC is both nicer and more suitable to this game. IRL it looks like a luxurious modern FX4. For this game, which is set like a decade or so from now, it is much more realistic to have all-electric public vehicles. The Fairway hasn't been in service since like 15 years ago, and there are already less TX1's and TX2's and more and more LEVC's. I've been visiting london about one or two times a year during the recent years, and each time I see less older taxis and more LEVC's.
|I'm a little disappointed that they didn't use a classic yellow-orange lighted taxi sign. But overall a nice TX version.|
| Nickolay27PM a écrit |
|Futuristic LEVC TX?|
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