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Volvo 850 Hearse

Gangs of London (2006)
Why is it listed as "Bestattungswagen"? This is not set in Germany. "Hearse" would be more correct IMO.
Lada 2107

007 Legends (2012)
VAZ 2105?
Peugeot 307 CC

Rumble Town Racing 2 (2010)
Reminds me of a 1995-99 Mitsubishi Eclipse [PJ]:
Mercedes-Benz Travego

Alarm für Cobra 11: Director's Cut (2001)
I'd say Mercedes-Benz Travego:
Toyota Corolla

Sid Meier's Covert Action (1990)
The overall shape, and especially the rear end, is much more similar to the 99 than the 900.
Volvo 240 Estate

SimCity Societies (2007)
It should be "Volvo 245", not "240 [245]" as discussed here:
Ford Focus C-Max

Little Racers STREET (2012)
Pre-facelift Focus C-Max, not just C-Max.

Pickup Express (2000)
Yes. The game is developed in Sweden, and "buss" is Swedish for bus.
Mercury Sable

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (2004)
Definitely not an 82 Camry, its shape is way too rounded for that. Overall shape (especially the greenhouse) are crearly based on the 1990-91 Subaru Legacy (BC):
Honda CHF 50

Women's Murder Club: A Darker Shade Of Grey (2007)
Honda Metropolitan CHF50?
Dodge Ram

Jagged Alliance 2 (1999)
1994+ Dodge Ram.

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2013-01-05 20:28:59
Williams FW16 Renault

Gran Turismo 3 A-Spec (2001)
Anyone? It's pretty obvious from Mieguy's comment that the "0" stands for V10, "94" for 1994 and "H" for Hill, so this should be an FW16.
Hummer H2

Grand Theft Auto V (2013)
The red box in the picture should have been made with thicker lines to make it easier to spot by this half-blind people that seems to have taken over the site lately :lol:
Ford F-150

Ford Racing: Off Road (2008)
This seems to have been listed wrong for years. Could someone please change the model year to 2009?

Pickup Express (2000)
I have a feeling those might be the faces of the developers in the windows, they probably included it as a hidden easter egg. It's modeled even worse than the rest of the vehicles, the wheels don't even spin!
Sisu XA-180

Left 4 Dead (2008)
Should be listed as Sisu XA-180, "Pasi" is just a nickname.
Volvo 244

Swedish Classics GP (2005)
Norman Bates is right, this should be a 244, not 240 [244]. The 240 series weren't badged as '240' before 1983, and this is a 1974-1978 model European version (single round headlamps).
Custom Made Hammerhead

Top Gear: Stunt School Revolution (2012)
I think it should be listed as 'Custom made' rather than 'Made for Game'.
Custom Made Hammerhead

Top Gear: Stunt School Revolution (2012)
Oh, please bring this one to Forza 4! :lol:
Lotus 48

rFactor 2 (2012)
Matra MS7?

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2012-08-16 20:24:32
Lotus 49

rFactor 2 (2012)
Looks like a 1967 Lotus 49 to me
Yugo 45

Street Fighter IV (2009)
I agree.
Toyota Crown

Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition (2010)
kirakirayuji wrote
Toyota Crown Athlete + Crown RoyalSaloon 2010

I think 2003-08 Toyota Crown Royal Saloon [S180] is a closer match.
Iveco Stralis

Complete Racing Games Collection (2011)
I think Iveco Stralis:
Daimler Fleetline

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (2011)
MCW (not MTL) Metrobus seems to be the closest match.
Edit: specifically a 1982+ Mk.2 model.

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2011-11-29 17:00:08
Volvo 240 Estate

SimCity Societies (2007)
Someone change it, please... :D Should be 245!
Toyota Dyna

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (2011)
Rather a Toyota Dyna, I think:
De Lorean DMC-12

Carmageddon II: Carpocalypse Now (1998)
I wonder if it's supposed to be a reference to :think:
Isuzu 117 Coupe

Project Diva Extend (2011)
Jeep Wrangler

Hitman 2: Silent Assassin (2002)
Rather a 1997+ Wrangler [TJ] because of the indicators.
Volkswagen Jetta

SimCity Societies (2007)
Mk. 5
Volvo 240 Estate

SimCity Societies (2007)
The model name should be 245, there never was a "242 Wagon".
Williams FW16B Renault

F1: World Championship Edition (1995)
Can't realistically be an FW16B, since Senna died at Imola (the third race of the season), and the FW16B was introduced for the German GP (the ninth race of the season).
Williams FW16 Renault

Gran Turismo 3 A-Spec (2001)
From the page I previously linked to:
Mieguy wrote

"The featured car in final GT3 Car of the Day update is the F094/S, which is a fantasy car that's based on an F1 car driven by the late Ayrton Senna. [...]The first number represents the number of cylinders the cars is (0 for 10 and 6 for 6), the next two are the year that the car was used, and the last letter denotes the name of the car's driver "


In 1994 the FW16 was used, this one is based on Damon Hill's #0 FW16.
Mosler Consulier GTP

Ridge Racer V (2000)
Mosler Consulier GTP
Mercedes-Benz C-Klasse

Alarm für Cobra 11: Highway Nights (2009)
Since they're sold as e.g. "C 300 T", I think it would be best to list them as C-Klasse T like on IMCDb.
Dodge Neon

Burnout 3: Takedown (2004)
Based on the colour scheme, I'd say it's a Vauxhall Astra BTCC:
GMC Envoy

Test Drive Unlimited 2 (2011)
The headlights are from a 2002-2005 GMC Envoy.

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2011-04-11 16:45:21
Mercedes-Benz C-Klasse

Alarm für Cobra 11: Highway Nights (2009)
On IMCDb they're listed as "C-Klasse T":
Toyota Prius v

Car Town (2010)
Yes, according to Wikipedia the V stands for 'versatility'. It's a completely different model from the "normal" Prius, similarly to the "Verso" and "Verso-S" models sold in Europe.

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2011-04-11 15:57:37
Toyota Prius v

Playstation Home (2008)
Shouldn't the 'V' be part of the model name, rather than in the "mk." field, since it's a separate model from the "normal" Prius?

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2011-04-11 15:07:33
Made for Game Sedan

Bulletstorm (2011)
It's like a Maybach Exelero but with 4 doors. I don't think it's based on any single car, so it should probably stay as "made for game".
Ford F-150

Ford Racing: Off Road (2008)
This is still a 2009 model. It was first shown in January 2008 and production started in October 2008, that's why they could include it in a 2008 game :)
Williams FW16 Renault

Gran Turismo 3 A-Spec (2001)
Shouldn't this be a FW16 like the other 'F094'?

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2011-03-10 13:20:14
Ferrari F1 87/88C

Tail To Nose (1989)
The model name is actually F1/87/88C, with two slashes.
Ferrari F1/87/88C

Grand Prix Circuit (1988)
The game claims that this car has a 3.5-litre V12, although in real life, it was powered by a 1.5-litre V6 turbo :)
Williams FW12C Renault

Grand Prix Circuit (1988)
I hadn't even noticed that :D I think this game is actually based on Test Drive, since this came out a year later and was made by the same people.
Proton KR3

MotoGP 2 (2003)
That's right, but the bike's official name was changed when the team name changed:
Proton KR3

MotoGP 2 (2003)
From Wikipedia: "The KR3 was built by Modenas for Modenas KR Motorcycle Grand Prix team from 1997 to 2001 before taken over by Proton from 2002 to 2004 with the same machine before the team moved to Proton KR V5 machines."

So this IS a Proton KR3.

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2011-03-08 22:37:15
Alfa Romeo 147

SCAR: Squadra Corse Alfa Romeo (2005)
According to the manual, it's a 2002 147 GTA 3.2 V6 24V.
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