| Jorma Rysky a écrit |
I'm not talking about the lack of branding because AI vehicles in ETS and ATS were never licenced to begin with, but the fact that recent AI models don't look like real vehicles anymore.
It is weird that recent vehicles in GTA Online are carbon copies of real cars (Brioso 300 or Tulip M-100 are basically unaltered Fiat 500/G-body Chevy Malibu only the badges are changed) while SCS started adding fictional GTA-style vehicles.
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| Egon a écrit |
Some car makers are more aggressive than others, it is not about age of vehicle. If you look sellable models in Sketchfab, most Chevy vehicles are called "american car". Another aggressive is Volvo, that is why Macks are "american truck". Peterbilt's are called Peterbilt, even if same year as those "american" trucks are. Don't know if it is case with VW though, but might be reason
|This is clearly Mk2 Golf GTI but heavily altered|
I also have no idea why they bothered to alter a 40-year old car, it was changed way more than the brand new Tesla Model Y (which only has altered front) but here they messed up not only front but also quarter rear end (the windows are too short for 3 door version and the taillights were also different)
| valera a écrit |
Absolutely. Makes only sense because of upcoming Bosnia, as there are still plenty of them and it's their national car (Golf of all generations). Although it looks like a mix of Yugo, Golf mk.II and Seat Ibiza mk.I.
I wonder why SCS suddenly started creating unrecognizeable fictional cars. It would make sense for new Tesla Y in terms of copyright, but would anyone care in this case of 40 years old Golf??
|Lancia delta hf Integrale but 2-door version?|
|looks like a mix of a renault 11 and 19|
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