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Nissan Skyline

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)
TH pongmai510

2022-05-10 07:01
In May 2001, the M·Spec was introduced. It was based on the V-Spec II, but had special "Ripple control" dampers, revised suspension set up, stiffer rear sway bar and a leather interior with heated front seats. The 'M' on the M·Spec stood for Mizuno who is the chief engineer of Nissan.
Nissan Skyline

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)
TH pongmai510

2022-05-10 07:00
M-Spec with The Nür was named after the famous German Nürburgring racetrack.
Nissan Skyline

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)
TH pongmai510

2022-05-10 06:58
V-Spec II The Nür was named after the famous German Nürburgring racetrack.
Toyota Supra

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)
TH pongmai510

2022-05-10 06:54
Engine: 2,997 cc (3.0 L; 182.9 cu in) Toyota 2JZ-GTE twin-turbocharged I6
Toyota Supra

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)
TH pongmai510

2022-05-10 06:52
Engine: 2,997 cc (3.0 L; 182.9 cu in) Toyota 2JZ-GTE twin-turbocharged I6
Toyota Supra

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)
TH pongmai510

2022-05-10 06:51
Toyota Supra AE Targa SR.
Toyota Supra

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)
TH pongmai510

2022-05-10 06:48
Engine: 2,997 cc (3.0 L; 182.9 cu in) Toyota 2JZ-GE I6
Version: American/European markets
Volkswagen Golf

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)
TH pongmai510

2022-05-10 06:42
Engine: 2.8L VR6 DOHC 24V
Lexus IS 300

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)
TH pongmai510

2022-05-10 06:40
2004 Lexus IS 300 Sportdesign Edition
Engine: 3.0L Toyota 2JZ-GE I6
Transmission: 5-Speed Toyota Aisin-Warner A650E Aautomatic
Lexus IS 300

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)
TH pongmai510

2022-05-10 06:38
Engine: 3.0L 2JZ-GE straight-six
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Chassis: JCE10
Volkswagen Jetta

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)
TH pongmai510

2022-05-10 06:36
Engine displacement: 2.8L AQP/AUE/BDE DOHC VR6 24V
Volkswagen Jetta

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)
TH pongmai510

2022-05-10 06:34
Engine displacement: 2.0 L AVH/AZG/AZH/BEV SOHC I4 8V
Volkswagen Jetta

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)
TH pongmai510

2022-05-10 06:34
Engine displacement: 1.8 L AWD/AWW/BAE Turbo I4 20V
Mitsubishi Eclipse

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)
TH pongmai510

2022-03-10 04:06
This car is resemble the Brian's the fast and the furious Eclipse.

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


ID Jonathan6506

2021-09-06 07:56
Update

Added several missing cars from the intro scene:

- Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor (from what I've seen, the intro scene's police car resembles more to that of a Crown Victoria, the in-game variant had different fascias which resembles a Toyota Camry)
- Unknown tanker truck
- Unknown hatchback (blurry) that somehow resembles a Renault 5/Le Car

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2021-09-06 07:58:11

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


ID Jonathan6506

2021-09-06 05:22
Auto-Friki wrote
I have come to realize that the only non-Japanese manufacturer is Volkswagen. And my question is, why weren't more non-Japanese manufacturers added to the game?


Probably because of licensing issues?

To be honest, I would really like to see Hondas, Acuras, BMWs, Audis, Fords, Dodges (mind you, the Neon!), Hyundais (the Tiburon), or even more cars from certain manufacturers, like Nissan S-Chassis series, Mazda MX-5s, Mitsubishi 3000GTs, VW New Beetles (mind you, the 1.8T/RSi versions), Infiniti (Nissan) G35s, etc.

Since I had managed to beat the final race series with a Jetta GLi and a Celica GT-S, it would be really funny if somehow we can beat them with a 'feminist car' like the Beetle lol.

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


ES Auto-Friki

2021-08-16 13:14
I have come to realize that the only non-Japanese manufacturer is Volkswagen. And my question is, why weren't more non-Japanese manufacturers added to the game?
Volkswagen Jetta

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


ES Auto-Friki

2021-08-16 13:13
What does GLI really mean? It is not seen very often.
Subaru Impreza

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


ES Auto-Friki

2021-08-16 13:10
I don't know if this car was inspired by the tuned model of the Impreza featured in Forza Motorsport 1.
Link: www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=62595
Mitsubishi Eclipse

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


ES Auto-Friki

2021-08-16 13:06
It gives an air to the one who appeared in The Fast and The Furious.
Mazda RX-7

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


ES Auto-Friki

2021-08-16 13:05
What was it called the Type R Bathurst? Did you win a race at that circuit?
Nissan Skyline

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


ID Jonathan6506

2021-07-17 05:59
Additional information: This car was also available from the beginning in arcade mode.

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2021-07-17 05:59:54
VeilSide MR2 Spyder

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)
US TheGreaser

2021-07-14 02:35
For me it looks like a dupe model.
Honda Civic

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)
US TheGreaser

2021-07-12 21:13
Looks a lot like a Honda Civic hatch.

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


ID Jonathan6506

2021-07-11 10:21
New update:

- Changed the Los Angeles map picture from the one in Street Mode. The one in Street Mode was more complete than the one in Arcade Mode (it includes the Desert & Storm Drain sanctioned race maps).

Perhaps an admin could edit the tracks/places photo.

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2021-07-11 10:23:08
VeilSide MR2 Spyder

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


AU Silnev

2021-07-10 13:59
This is unclear Jonathan. Is this an MR2 you modified by just adding a body kit or is this a separate vehicle?
Mitsubishi Eclipse

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


ID Jonathan6506

2021-07-10 08:26
It's strange that this car had V6 badges on the side, despite the 2004 Eclipse RS only came with the 2.4 L 4G64 I4 engine in real life. Same goes to the Eclipse GS.

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2021-07-10 08:27:15
Mitsubishi Eclipse

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)
US TheGreaser

2021-07-10 03:11
They certainly went with the F&F livery...
Mazda RX-7

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


ID Jonathan6506

2021-07-09 22:15
Driver of this car in street mode: Denzel
Subaru Impreza

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


ID Jonathan6506

2021-07-09 22:15
Driver of this car in street mode: Moto
VeilSide Supra

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


ID Jonathan6506

2021-07-09 22:15
Driver of this car in street mode: Kazuo

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


ID Jonathan6506

2021-07-09 22:13
Update:

- Added 16 other arcade mode-specific vehicles: 11 of them were playable from the beginning, 5 of them were unlockable via cheat codes
- Added locations: Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Miami

To do later on:

- Add the 4 reward cars from the 3 Iron Man levels and the LA checkpoint race that were playable in career mode after winning said events.
- Add the rear shots of all the purchasable showroom cars.

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2021-07-10 06:03:15
Nissan Skyline

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


ID Jonathan6506

2021-07-09 19:23
Edit:

Ken should be typed as "Ken's" in extra info.
VeilSide Supra

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


ID Jonathan6506

2021-07-09 19:20
Edit: This was supposed to be playable (I forgot to tick the Playable vehicle option)
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


FR Skyline159

2019-03-28 01:27
Complete Los Angeles Checkpoint mission to unlock and get this car.
Mazda RX-7

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


FR Skyline159

2019-03-28 01:26
Complete Los Angeles Iron Man challenge to unlock and get this car.
Mazda RX-8

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


FR Skyline159

2019-03-28 01:25
Complete Miami Iron Man challenge to unlock and get this car.
Toyota Sprinter Trueno

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


FR Skyline159

2019-03-28 01:24
Complete Philadelphia Iron Man challenge to unlock and get this car.
Subaru Impreza

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)
JP lemonad3wrx

2018-11-29 13:15
It clearly says 2.5RS...
Toyota Camry

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)
CA BobGhippy

2017-02-08 22:16
Front looks like that of a Ford Five Hundred
Toyota Previa

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


US Burn Rubber

2017-02-08 00:37
Guess poor wording strikes me again. I meant that the car was already identified a longtime ago so the picture isn't needed for that reason.
Toyota Previa

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


VC Desscythe17

2017-02-08 00:30
Burn Rubber wrote
Question isnt if you can ID it

Hmm.. Seems like you missed the purpose of IGCD?

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2017-02-08 00:30:39
Toyota Camry

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


carcrazedalex586

2017-02-07 07:54
The front appears to be from the Toyota Avensis.
Toyota Camry

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)
US carcrasher88

2017-02-07 02:09
I agree on the Accord in the rear, but the front end looks more like a Suzuki Verona/Chevrolet Epica.

upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/69/Suzuki_Verona_.jpg
Toyota Camry

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


K20lover199

2017-02-07 00:32
Ok I'm wrong. Big Deal I couldn't see it well because of the reflection of my computer in the area I was in.
Now, the front looks like a 2004 Kia Spectra



and the back looks like a fourth generation Honda Accord.



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2017-02-07 00:33:23
Toyota Camry

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


US Burn Rubber

2017-02-06 22:44
K20lover199 wrote
1998 Ford Crown Victoria

Not even close
Toyota Camry

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


BR Attacker1997

2017-02-06 22:42
K20lover199 wrote
1998 Ford Crown Victoria

I agreed
Toyota Camry

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


PL Hakari

2017-02-06 22:19
K20lover199 wrote
1998 Ford Crown Victoria

Go. Away.
Toyota Camry

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


K20lover199

2017-02-06 21:24
1998 Ford Crown Victoria

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2017-02-06 21:24:43
Toyota Camry

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate (2004)


US Burn Rubber

2017-02-06 03:30
I'll say it again, this low poly version is NOT playable. The playable version is a seperate car.
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