Related page Author Message
Ferrari Enzo

Test Drive Unlimited (2006)
Victor_2003 wrote

That is bad, i don't understand if is due of license problems or size limit.

Melbourne House ported the game on a single layer DVD for the PS2 and on a UMD for PSP.
Aston Martin DB7 Zagato

Test Drive Unlimited (2006)
A DB7 Volante is mentioned in the game files, but was scrapped.
Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione

Test Drive Unlimited (2006)
Comes with only one colour, as is the case with the other reward cars.
Volkswagen W12 Syncro

Test Drive Unlimited (2006)
Oddly, it's rear-wheel drive in this game, and is called the W12 Coupé.
Renault 19

Driv3r (2004)
I say that it's a bit more of a early-1990s Volkswagen Passat, as the game files claim.
Nissan 300ZX

Gran Turismo (1997)
All 300 ZXs are called Fairlady Zs in this game.
Vauxhall VX220

Metropolis Street Racer (2000)
A re-skin of the existing Speedster, and it does not have a VX220 badge at the back.
Mitsubishi 3000 GT

Need for Speed: Underground 2 (2004)
The rear spoiler and the wheels are from a 3000GT SL, not a VR-4.

Need for Speed: High Stakes (1999)
Victor_2003 wrote

Only the PS1 version was made by EA Canada?

Aston Martin DB7

Need for Speed: High Stakes (1999)
Year should be 1996 due to the airbag-equipped steering wheel and wood veneers on the dash.

Need for Speed: High Stakes (1999)
PC version developer: EA Seattle.

The Transporter (2008)
Based on the 2002 film "The Transporter."
Mazda MX-5

Driving Emotion Type-S (2000)
Available from the beginning in the original Japanese version.

Shutokō Battle (1999)
All cars in the international versions use the Massachusetts plate "997-XNE", which is odd, considering that Crave Entertainment was based in California.

-- Last edit:
2022-12-30 15:15:56
Opel Speedster

Kaido Battle: Touge no Densetsu (2005)
Model year should be 2003, due to the Right Hand Drive steering wheel position (available exclusively on Japanese-market Speedsters).
Honda Civic

Need for Speed: Underground (2003)
Based on a Canadian-spec Si (note sunroof and rear spoiler), as Electronic Arts Black Box was based in that country.
Porsche WSC-95

Test Drive Le Mans (2000)
Porsche cars in this game were named under the racing teams they've been in.
Toyota GT-One

Test Drive 6 (1999)
The only Toyota in this game.

Gran Turismo 2 (1999)
The only GT game where this car can be in a variety of colours. Since GT4, only one colour is available for it.
Chevrolet Corvette

Destruction Derby (1995)
Nissan 300ZX (Z31)?
Ford Escort WRC

V-Rally 2 (1999)
Driven by Ari Vatanen in the 1998 WRC season.
Ford Escort WRC

Michelin Rally Masters: Race of Champions (2000)
Called Ford Escort RS Cosworth WRC according to the car selection icon.
Peugeot 206 WRC

Sega Rally 2 Championship (1998)
This replaces the Ford Escort in the US and EU Dreamcast versions.
Lotus Exige

World Racing 2 (2005)
The only Lotus in this game. Oddly, it has a Noble steering wheel.

Colin McRae Rally (GBC) (2001)
Developer should be Spellbound.
TVR Griffith

Gran Turismo (1997)
Game says 1997, which is when the Blackpool B340 was introduced for the Japanese market.
Lamborghini Diablo

Demolition Racer: No Exit (2000)
Year should be 1993, that's when the VT débuted.

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 (2002)
The police helicopters are missing. In the main PS2 version, it's an MD Helicopters MD-500, while elsewhere (GameCube version and derivatives), it's a Bell 206 JetRanger.

Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2005)
Uses a TVR Cerbera engine sound, which was later re-used in Burnout: Paradise.
Mitsubishi Eclipse

Metropolis Street Racer (2000)
Game says 1999, but it isn't. In 1997, the Eclipse had a facelift, and these five-spoke wheels are from a facelifted model.
Mazda RX-7

Metropolis Street Racer (2000)
Colours are from a 1998+ RX-7, though the body is of a Series 6 (1992-1996).

auto modellista (2002)
The Japanese and PAL versions have Japanese vehicles in it and less tracks, plus a different driving feel. The US version has driftier feel, and adds cars from American and Korean makes, and some oval tracks.
Opel Astra

Metropolis Street Racer (2000)
Internally called "ASTRA_SPORT" in the game's GD-ROM files.

Metropolis Street Racer (2000)
The cut Honda S2000 (from the November 1999 internal demo build) is missing.
Peugeot 106 Maxi

Sega Rally 2 Championship (1998)
Not available for the American and European Dreamcast versions.
Ford Mustang

Metropolis Street Racer (2000)
Available as a hardtop coupé or a convertible.
Learjet 45

Saints Row 2 (2008)
Named after the film "Passenger 57", which had Wesley Snipes in a starring role.
Lotus Elise

Need for Speed: Shift (2009)
This car has a glitch that, when modified, it bounces up and down in an uncontrollable manner. And there's nothing you could do about it.
Ferrari 360 Spider

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 (2002)
Not only is this car featured in the famous intro, but this car also appears in the Black Box Games version's "reward" movie, where it's driven by an unknown racer.
Ford Crown Victoria

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 (2002)
On both versions of HP2, this car looks weird. On the main PS2 version, it has a chromed front grille and a missing bullbar, whilst on the other versions, the front grille isn't chromed, and it has a bullbar fitted. The side profile is also weird, and the rear is modeled after a 2000+ model. So, it's a weird mishmash of different P71 Crown Victorias.
TVR Cerbera

Test Drive 5 (1998)
Victor_2003 wrote

I through the engine sounds are created by the developers.

Nope, they were outsourced to American-based Tommy Tallarico Studios (which did this, 6 and Demolition Racer), as all three games share sounds with each other.

Gran Turismo 3 A-Spec (2001)
Superseded by the BMW M3 in later entries. This is the final GT game to include this variant.
TVR Cerbera

Test Drive 5 (1998)
Engine sound is sourced from a Ferrari Testarossa (I have the Tommy Tallarico SFX Kit, where the engine sounds originate from).
Chevrolet Blazer

Wirehead (1995)
Update: This is a 1978 K5 Blazer, for clarification, incorrectly wrote 1988 (that one has a different front grille).
Mitsubishi 3000 GT

Juiced 2: Hot Import Nights (2007)
Modelling inaccuracy: despite being called the VR-4 model, it has the arched spoiler from the base model SR (the VR-4 should have a combat rear wing)
Honda NSX

Juiced 2: Hot Import Nights (2007)
Right-hand drive model for the UK market, but unlike the Acura variant (which is actually a 1990), this has the correct wheels.
Acura NSX

Juiced 2: Hot Import Nights (2007)
The rims and the roof are from a much earlier NSX (1990), and a real 1999 NSX should have a body coloured roof and 7-spoke rims.
Nissan Skyline

Juiced 2: Hot Import Nights (2007)
Interior gauges aren't of a Japanese-spec Skyline, but actually, they're of the Nur variant (or the little few variants of the car sold in either New Zealand or Australia).

Total Immersion Racing (2002)
Damageable vehicles: No.
Noble M12

Total Immersion Racing (2002)
2002 model at best, since it doesn't have the glass surrounding the headlights and the indicators.
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | ... | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16