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Ford Transit

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ES Auto-Friki

2021-11-23 17:38
Silnev wrote


origin =/= where the car is made.

That's what he was going to say. what happens is that my tongue made a corkscrew.
Ford Transit

The Getaway (2002)


AU Silnev

2021-11-23 16:03
Auto-Friki wrote

So by that rule of three, ALL VIDEO GAMES featuring the Transit (up to 2013) should be listed as being made in the UK. That also includes the Transit Rally Van and the Transit Supervan.


origin =/= where the car is made.
Ford Transit

The Getaway (2002)


ES Auto-Friki

2021-11-23 15:48
Tuppence870 wrote

The main Transit model was never actually built in Germany (only the Taunus Transit was). The Transit factory timeline looks a bit like this:

Germany (Taunus Transit): 1953-1965
United Kingdom: 1965-2013
Belgium: 1965-2003
Australia: 1966-1986
New Zealand: 1966-1986
Turkey: 1967-present
South Africa: 1967-1974
The Netherlands: 1975-1981
China: 1997-present
Belarus: 1997-2000
Vietnam: 1998-present
Romania (Transit Connect): 2002-2013
Russia: 2011-present
Spain (Transit Connect): 2012-present
United States: 2013-present

It gets complicated, and I haven't even mentioned how the current Transit is both the 4th generation and the Mk 9 because of how different markets called the mid-gen facelifts.

So by that rule of three, ALL VIDEO GAMES featuring the Transit (up to 2013) should be listed as being made in the UK. That also includes the Transit Rally Van and the Transit Supervan.
Ford Transit

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UK Tuppence870

2021-11-23 14:57
Auto-Friki wrote

Knowing that most generations of the Transit were manufactured in the factory in Germany, from which generation did the Transit begin to be manufactured in Turkey? in the sixth generation?

The main Transit model was never actually built in Germany (only the Taunus Transit was). The Transit factory timeline looks a bit like this:

Germany (Taunus Transit): 1953-1965
United Kingdom: 1965-2013
Belgium: 1965-2003
Australia: 1966-1986
New Zealand: 1966-1986
Turkey: 1967-present
South Africa: 1967-1974
The Netherlands: 1975-1981
China: 1997-present
Belarus: 1997-2000
Vietnam: 1998-present
Romania (Transit Connect): 2002-2013
Russia: 2011-present
Spain (Transit Connect): 2012-present
United States: 2013-present

It gets complicated, and I haven't even mentioned how the current Transit is both the 4th generation and the Mk 9 because of how different markets called the mid-gen facelifts.

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2021-11-23 15:35:42
Ford Transit

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ES Auto-Friki

2021-11-23 13:58
SolanaBogon2 wrote

No, only the Transit

Knowing that most generations of the Transit were manufactured in the factory in Germany, from which generation did the Transit begin to be manufactured in Turkey? in the sixth generation?
Made for Game

The Getaway (2002)


ES Auto-Friki

2021-11-23 13:56
Daboi492 wrote

I mean like the argument from 2014 about vandalism on this page

Well nothing. At this time I was not yet registered. Although I did find out about IGCD when I was 13 years old, from what you say ... I didn't experience it. I was still browsing the web ... without actually registering.
Made for Game

The Getaway (2002)


UK Daboi492

2021-11-23 10:12
Auto-Friki wrote

What commentary drama? Is it by chance the barrage of comments that I wrote on some of the vehicles in the Forza Horizon series last summer (that is, this year)? Or is it about another topic that has nothing to do with me?

I mean like the argument from 2014 about vandalism on this page
Ford Transit

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FR SolanaBogon2

2021-11-23 10:08
Auto-Friki wrote

Does that mean that the majority of European Ford models (Focus, Fiesta, Mondeo, Transit, etc) are manufactured directly in the factory in Turkey, instead of in Germany?

No, only the Transit
Ford Transit

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ES Auto-Friki

2021-11-23 08:32
Tuppence870 wrote

Ford is complicated, since they make many vehicles that aren't sold in their home country.

Ford Europe was created when Ford Britain & Ford Germany merged in 1967. Although they are currently based in Germany, they have factories across Europe, and many of their older models have strong British heritage.

The original Transit was developed by Ford Britain in 1965, but was later built in Belgium, The Netherlands & Turkey. The Transit was also the last Ford to be built in Britain, after production was permanently moved to Turkey in 2013.

Does that mean that the majority of European Ford models (Focus, Fiesta, Mondeo, Transit, etc) are manufactured directly in the factory in Turkey, instead of in Germany?
Ford Transit

The Getaway (2002)


UK Tuppence870

2021-11-23 02:35
Auto-Friki wrote
Was not the first generation made in Germany?

Ford is complicated, since they make many vehicles that aren't sold in their home country.

Ford Europe was created when Ford Britain & Ford Germany merged in 1967. Although they are currently based in Germany, they have factories across Europe, and many of their older models have strong British heritage.

The original Transit was developed by Ford Britain in 1965, but was later built in Belgium, The Netherlands & Turkey. The Transit was also the last Ford to be built in Britain, after production was permanently moved to Turkey in 2013.
Ford Transit

The Getaway (2002)
US TheGreaser

2021-11-23 02:18
Didn't Silnev and/or Attacker1997 tell you to not make a barrage of comments, like you just did now? You said you'd stop, but you're doing it.

Also, please google stuff before you ask random questions. How hard is it to do a simple search? Not everyone's gonna have the patience to answer to you. :/

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2021-11-23 02:19:46
Ford Transit

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ES Auto-Friki

2021-11-22 23:55
Was not the first generation made in Germany?
Peugeot 306

The Getaway (2002)


ES Auto-Friki

2021-11-22 23:26
What are those things on the rear wheels? Plates for the rear fenders?
Lotus Esprit

The Getaway (2002)


ES Auto-Friki

2021-11-22 23:25
SE What does it mean? Special Edition?
Lexus LS 430

The Getaway (2002)


ES Auto-Friki

2021-11-22 23:24
The Honda Accord was scarier.
Honda Civic

The Getaway (2002)


ES Auto-Friki

2021-11-22 23:22
AQUO IS KING JDM wrote
CHAV CAR

What is CHAV?
Honda Accord

The Getaway (2002)


ES Auto-Friki

2021-11-22 23:22
There is no other image of the cabin that this man is not shown?
Ford Transit

The Getaway (2002)


ES Auto-Friki

2021-11-22 23:20
The emblem on the steering wheel reminds me that it is taken from a Peugeot, although it is not well appreciated.
Made for Game

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US TheGreaser

2021-11-22 17:13
Don't pay attention to that drama from 2014. It's not worth going back to it. Similar drama happened in 2017 on a Fiesta prop in the Stuntman page.

Also @auto-friki, the reason why the front end has Vantage is 'cause this vehicle used to be a licensed Vantage. So much content had to be cut and some of them like this had to be heavily modified.

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2021-11-22 17:15:46
Made for Game

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ES Auto-Friki

2021-11-22 15:58
Daboi492 wrote
Anyone else know pages where drama went down in the comments?

What commentary drama? Is it by chance the barrage of comments that I wrote on some of the vehicles in the Forza Horizon series last summer (that is, this year)? Or is it about another topic that has nothing to do with me?
Made for Game

The Getaway (2002)


UK Daboi492

2021-11-22 15:17
Anyone else know pages where drama went down in the comments?
Bedford Astravan

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UK Tuppence870

2021-11-22 02:41
Auto-Friki wrote
This car reminds me, from the front, of the Vauxhall Corsa.

It's actually based on a Vauxhall Astra (Opel Kadett E). Bedford was Vauxhall's commercial vehicle brand until the 80's.
Iveco-Ford Cargo

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UK Tuppence870

2021-11-22 02:34
Auto-Friki wrote
Basically what was Iveco-Ford? A joint-venture with the collaboration of Iveco to provide Ford engines to its trucks?

The Ford Cargo was an existing truck made by Ford UK from 1981, but Iveco bought out Ford Europe's commercial division and renamed it to the Iveco-Ford Cargo in 1991. When they introduced the Iveco EuroCargo in 1993, trucks made for the UK market kept the Iveco-Ford name until the UK plant was closed in 1997.

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2021-11-22 02:34:58
Made for Game

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ES Auto-Friki

2021-11-22 00:55
The front reminds me of a 1998 Aston Martin Vantage. However, the rear, because of the lights, reminds me of a Mitsubishi EVO VI.
Bedford Astravan

The Getaway (2002)


ES Auto-Friki

2021-11-22 00:53
This car reminds me, from the front, of the Vauxhall Corsa.
Iveco-Ford Cargo

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ES Auto-Friki

2021-11-22 00:51
Basically what was Iveco-Ford? A joint-venture with the collaboration of Iveco to provide Ford engines to its trucks?

The Getaway (2002)
wezymh

2021-03-21 21:43
not a bad licenced car list for 2002
Bedford Astravan

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BR caio fivetech

2021-02-09 01:26
Vauxhall Vectra steering wheel
Vauxhall Vectra

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RU rozanoff

2021-01-25 21:58
This is hatchback (liftback), not sedan.
Vauxhall Vectra

The Getaway (2002)


RU rozanoff

2021-01-25 21:55
This is hatchback (liftback), not sedan.
Volkswagen Golf

The Getaway (2002)


RU rozanoff

2021-01-25 21:54
Golf Rallye
Jeep Grand Cherokee

The Getaway (2002)


ES J-2

2021-01-15 20:20
Due to the larger grill dipping below the headlights, is at least a 1996 model.
BMW M3

The Getaway (2002)


UK Yegoloda69

2020-10-21 21:07
Alif R wrote
Anyone had information on the license plate?

Comes back as a Transit van, the plates in the game are randomly generated.

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CA Flippedoutkyrii

2020-10-19 07:37
Holy SHIT that's a lot of cut cars! It would have been great to see all those make it into the final product! Especially considering they were licensed!

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IT Automotive Gaming

2020-10-19 05:25
BMW M3

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FR SolanaBogon2

2020-09-25 10:02
Alif R wrote
Anyone had information on the license plate?

It returns a 1995 Ford...
BMW M3

The Getaway (2002)


ID Alif R

2020-09-25 04:29
YegoLoda wrote
looks like an M3 but says 325i on the bootlid. 325i with M3 bodykit and wheels or downbadged M3? lol
Anyone had information on the license plate?

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UK Yegoloda69

2020-09-25 02:16
TheHeartbreakKid15 wrote
Can anyone remember what car McCormack drove in the mission where you have to follow him?


A red version of the Vauxhall Vectra B that Frank Carter drives.
BMW M3

The Getaway (2002)
YegoLoda

2020-09-25 02:04
looks like an M3 but says 325i on the bootlid. 325i with M3 bodykit and wheels or downbadged M3? lol
Fiat Punto

The Getaway (2002)


ES andarara

2020-07-15 10:32
I love this car!
Vauxhall Vectra

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YegoLoda

2020-07-11 15:53
There's also a red version of this car used by McCormack in the mission Stalking McCormack.
Nissan Skyline

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YegoLoda

2020-07-11 15:49
Different spoiler to the Triad Version, Looks similar to the one used on the R34 GTR.
Fiat Punto

The Getaway (2002)
US TheGreaser

2020-05-05 21:57
TheHeartbreakKid15 wrote
Wouldn't this also be the facelifted model due to the clear front indicators?

I'm not sure it's a facelifted model - the logo is based on the old Fiat logo, and I think the clear indicators were optional. Apologies for not knowing much about Euro hatcbacks.
Toyota HiAce

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TheHeartbreakKid15

2020-04-10 01:49
One can be seen parked outside Charlie's depot at the beginning of mission twenty three.
SAAB 9-X

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TheHeartbreakKid15

2020-04-10 01:40
Found in the Cambridge Circus Underground Car Park in Free Roam, one can also be found parked outside the side entrance of Charlie's warehouse with an LS430 in mission twenty one.
TVR Cerbera

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TheHeartbreakKid15

2020-04-10 01:18
One of these can be found in the garage of Charlie's mansion in Mayfair at the beginning of mission twelve, parked behind a truck at the Yardie Depot in mission fifteen and in the lockup in mission twenty one alone with an M250.
Toyota MR2

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US TheGreaser

2020-04-10 01:04
I can't really make out the badging - I'm thinking it's a Supercharged model but did those exist in MR2's before 1988?
Also, based on the shape of the plates, that it's an imported model from Japan. Euro-spec models would have an extended plate. This is part of the reason why JDM cars found a place as a grey market hub in the UK.

Additionally, wasn't there an unused gang version for this car? It was there on the old listing but someone had to add it anew and removed the old listing.

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2020-04-10 01:05:03
Lexus IS 200

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TheHeartbreakKid15

2020-04-10 00:17
Hammond can steal one of these at the beginning of mission ten in order to drive to Charlie's depot, there's also a Saxo and a Laguna parked nearby.
Toyota MR2

The Getaway (2002)
TheHeartbreakKid15

2020-04-10 00:15
Supercharged badge on the rear?
SAAB 900

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TheHeartbreakKid15

2020-04-10 00:14
Only driveable in the beginning of mission eighteen, it disappears after the shootout with the Yardies at the compound (if you drove it all the way there).
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