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Ford GT40

Gran Turismo 2 (1999)
He's there, the infamous HP-breaking Historic Car Cup Race 2 opponent.
AMC Javelin

Driver: Parallel Lines (2006)
While it's called Cerrano in-game, the badge on both the front and rear reads like "Louise".
Mitsubishi Eclipse

Midnight Club: Los Angeles (2008)
This Eclipse looks depressed, a giveaway that this model was outsourced and not created from scratch like the other vehicle models in this game.
Peugeot 607

The Getaway: Black Monday (2004)
The Peugeot logo is flipped.
Marussia B2

Asphalt 8: Airborne (2013)
Victor_2003 wrote
Marussia can't be licensed for games again due of manufaturer bankrupt? How that works? I saw Pontiac, Plymouth vehicles being licensed but they are from dead manufaturers.

The Pontiac brand and its models are owned by GM, and Plymouth is owned by Stellantis.
Fiat Barchetta

Thrill Drive 2 (2001)
Has no 3rd braking light, so it should be a 1995 (1st model year for the Barchetta).
Mitsubishi 3000 GT

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (2004)
6ATOHbl4 wrote
Ferrari F355?

No, that's two years ahead. And it's supposed to be a Japanese sports car like the Toyota MR2 (much like the one Silnev posted below).

Parasite Eve (1998)
Developer and publisher is Squaresoft, actually.

Manhunt (2003)
Mathias98 wrote
By the way, remember that photo of a Mitsubishi FTO that I found in the game's files and posted at the bottom of the page?
I was curious where it came from, and after a bit of searching, I found it on this FTO fansite:
www.myfto.co.uk/internet.htm


It's a 1994-1996 Mitsubishi FTO fitted with a VeilSide bodykit.
Ford LTD Crown Victoria

Dal'noboyshchiki (2001)
Looks like a Ford LTD Crown Victoria.
Mercury Grand Marquis

Stellar Blade (2024)
Looks like a 1998-2002 Grand Marquis with that front grille.
Efini RX-7

Shutokō Battle: Drift King (1996)
Should be an Efini instead as the game is made in Japan.
Cadillac Series 62

Speed Busters: American Highways (1998)
Dezza wrote
Which version of the game had first person view?

I think it's a PC exclusive feature.
Mazda MX-5

Screamer 2 (1996)
Front-wheel drive in-game, but the real MX-5/Eunos Roadster is rear wheel drive.
Chevrolet SSR

Test Drive Unlimited (2006)
Has a V8 engine under the hood, but it's hampered by its slow top speed of 124mph.
Mercedes-Benz S-Klasse

The Getaway (2002)
Replaced by the Brabus S V12 in the final game.

Grand Theft Auto 2 (1999)
In the Sega Dreamcast version, all vehicles appear in every district.
Opel Astra

A2 Racer II (1998)
Called "Opal Aster" in-game.
Opel Astra

London Racer (1999)
SM99 wrote


I know this very late but this a German game and company that made this.

Davilex was a Dutch company.
unknown

The Getaway (2002)
ChuffersDanube wrote

Too curved, especially that front grille. That's a '95 Ford Escort Mk6 Van

Agreed with the Escort Van.

Street Fighter EX Plus (1997)
European publisher: Virgin Interactive.

Super Runabout (2000)
Publisher: Interplay, Virgin Interactive
Nissan 350Z

Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition (2005)
In stock form, it can reach a 160 mph top speed, which is suprisingly accurate to the real car.
Mack MR

Grand Theft Auto III (2001)
Called the Dustcart in the Japanese version of the game.
Audi S3

Metropolis Street Racer (2000)
Horsepower figures are incorrect: the 178hp engine was only on the A3. A 1999 Audi S3 should have 207hp.
Kawasaki unknown

Wirehead (1995)
Comfortably Numb wrote
Kawasaki 650 Sport Cruiser

Not really it. I'm not good at jetskis, but I think it's a 650 SX or a 750 SX.
Honda RVF 750

Castrol Honda Superbike World Champions (1998)
This is a RC45. Exactly the same as this:

www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=5163

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Superbike World Championship (1999)
Based on the 1997 Superbike World Championship season.
Ducati 916

Superbike World Championship (1999)
This is a Ducati 916.

Screamer (1995)
The cover art has a non-playable Lamborghini Countach.
Opel Speedster

Gran Turismo 4 (2004)
Same applies to all GT games that have the Turbo version of the Speedster/VX220 listed as a 2000.
Nissan Skyline GT-R

Test Drive Unlimited (2006)
Victor_2003 wrote
Should be marked as DLC or not?

Available on 1.66, though.
Vauxhall VX220

The Getaway: Black Monday (2004)
This is a 2003-2005 Vauxhall VX220 Turbo, note the rims.
Suzuki Jimny

Screamer 4x4 (2000)
tdp2612 wrote
Suzuki Samurai/Jimny/many other names, instantly recognisable. Angled out front end and the 'bump' gap at the front of the bonnet, and an early ish one with those headlights and indicators in the bumper. Call it 1985 or so.

Nothing like a Y60 Patrol at all, considering their corner-indicators are an iconic feature of the design.


It's a Jimny, because the game was developed in Hungary.
Bell 212

Screamer 4x4 (2000)
The shape of that helicopter makes me think of a Bell.
CitroŽn XM

Hooligans: Storm Over Europe (2002)
The XM in real life was a hatchback, not a sedan.
Kawasaki unknown

Wirehead (1995)
A closeup shot of this vehicle has it read "Kawasaki", but I'm not sure on the model.
Nissan Pathfinder

Wirehead (1995)
Black SUV in the foreground. The partially seen van behind it is a Chevrolet G-Series.
unknown

PC Rally (1995)
Peugeot 405.
Mercury Cyclone

Test Drive 5 (1998)
1968, and is a Fastback.

Burnout (2001)
The September 12th 2001 build has a Honda Prelude styled "Sport Coupe" instead of the Toyota MR2-like model for the final build.
Renault Clio V6

Metropolis Street Racer (2000)
This is the 1998 concept car, not the production model.

Metropolis Street Racer (2000)
Entry complete.

The PAL version has most cars right hand drive with London license plates, while the NTSC-U version has cars in left hand drive with California plates.
Ford Mustang

Downtown Run (2003)
It's in the European version of the game along with the Thunderbird, so no, you're not missing much.

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Honda S2000

Metropolis Street Racer (2000)
The rear shot has the black bars that I forgot to crop. Replacement:

i.imgur.com/LOSeMaQ.jpg
Peugeot 206

Metropolis Street Racer (2000)
UK-spec as GTI is the designation for S16 there in Britain.
Lotus Super Seven

Lotus Challenge (2001)
Clearly a reference to The Prisoner:

www.imcdb.org/vehicle_2367-Lotus-Seven-Mark-VII-1965.html

The numberplates, colour and wheels match.
Honda Civic

Gran Turismo (1997)
Also known as "Civic (Racer)" in the NTSC-U version.
Ferrari 288 GTO

Test Drive Unlimited (2006)
Victor_2003 wrote
DLC exclusive?

It's available only on the 360 and PC versions, and can be found in classic car dealers.
ZiL 133-540

Dal'noboyshchiki (2001)
If you select the "truck" option, you start with this one.
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