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Willys MB 'Jeep'

Gran Turismo 7 (2022)
If I'm correct, this is the first time a Jeep model of any kind appears in a Gran Turismo game.
Peugeot 205 Turbo 16

Forza Horizon 4 (2018)
Speedevil wrote
What's it doing in the LEGO world? :lol:


Basically, a bunch of baguettes have fallen in the river in LEGO City

Temtem (2020)
Ah yes, the game that is "What if Pokťmon was a MMORPG?"

Dumb Ways to Punch Trump (2016)
GamerFIB7590 wrote
Ew, what's this? A game which was made by toxic dev? [:puke]


Whatever this is, the budget of this game was probably a small loan of a million dollars.

Excitebike: BunBun Mario Battle Stadium (1997)
First Satellaview game on the website (if I'm correct).

en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Satellaview

Later Alligator (2019)
Steam Link: store.steampowered.com/app/966320/Later_Alligator/

And coincidentally enough, with the gameís addition to the site, this game got announced for the Switch a couple days ago. :O
Later Alligator will release for the Nintendo Switch later on in 2020.
twitter.com/SmallBuStudio/status/1213557053467308039?s=20
Tesla Cybertruck

Padoru Rally (2019)
First Cybertruck on the site

Never expected it on a game called Padoru Rally though

LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 (2010)
Happy New Years, everyone (^^v)

Untitled Goose Game (2019)
clandohoome wrote

Unfortunately Puzzle hasn't been added as an option on this site.


I honestly would've put this under the "Action" genre if I were adding this in
Untitled Goose Game is part-puzzle game, but it is also part-stealth game as well.

Midnight Club II (2003)
Fun fact about Midnight Club II: If I can remember correctly, the PS2 version was the only version of the game that was capped at 30 frames per second.
Subaru BRZ

Need for Speed: Heat (2019)
cyrus khan wrote
Toyotas only banned for Non-Japanese games.


AutoTracker wrote
...(except Gran Turismo, most recently Forza.)


The Forza series is owned by an American company though (Microsoft), and also Playground Games is based in Great Britain. :|
Ferrari FXX K Evo

Need for Speed: Heat (2019)
I just love that license plate so much since it takes advantage of the car's unfortunate model name.
Chevrolet Camaro

Need for Speed: Heat (2019)
RKDxNT3000 wrote
"Yes si-"
"YES OFFICER!"

Shaw is such an asshole and such a dirty cop but it's what makes him a great antagonist.


Don't forget about "I SAID RIGHT NOW!" from Heat's first trailer
even though at the time, people memed that line up because they honestly thought that was overacting
Nissan 180SX

Need for Speed: Heat (2019)
mhaziqrules wrote
WHO IS COOPER?


Ryan Cooper, probably?
Chevrolet Corvette

Gran Turismo (1997)
Made an edit to remove the unlockable status of this car since you have the Chevrolet dealership available to you at the start of Arcade Mode. Here's to hoping the edit goes through.
Bugatti Type 35

SuperTuxKart (2007)
Bugatti Type 35
Chevrolet Step Van

Stuntman Ignition (2007)
Tik Tok app car
Honda Civic

Gran Turismo Sport (2017)
Soon, itíll be Shingo time. ;)
Lotus Esprit

Sega GT (2000)
hjlogan7 wrote

There needs to be a front side picture since it definitely looks like a Lotus Esprit in the game

+1 for the first part of this comment
I recommend going back to Sega GT and getting a better front shot for this car (and, optionally, for the Trust541 (www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=191841)) as soon as you have the time to do so, because better front shots will help users identify the car[s].
Pontiac Grand Prix NASCAR

NASCAR Rumble (2000)
celzi0r wrote
Used by:

#18 Bobby Labonte
#20 Tony Stewart
#22 Ward Burton
#36 Ernie Irvan
#43 John Andretti
#44 Kyle Petty
#135 EA Sports Car (unlockable)


If I remember correctly, the EA Sports Car has the number of #153.
s.cafebazaar.ir/1/upload/screenshot/com.abarbazi.NascarRumble5.jpg

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2018-08-16 00:11:41 (Klumb3r)
Willys MB 'Jeep'

Spyro Orange: The Cortex Conspiracy (2004)
The front of the car reminds me of a Jeep Wrangler (TJ model, since this is a 2004 game) if this helps you.
goo.gl/images/D2Uwsw

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2018-08-08 05:25:05
Lamborghini Countach

Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit (1998)
ALMF-3512 wrote
88.....Will it be 25th Anniversary version?


Yes, you're right.
This Countach should be a 25th Anniversary model, since while this certain model mainly had a spoiler since it was based off of the 5000QV), there were also a few 25th Anniversary Countaches that didn't have rear spoilers.
Nissan Nails

GT Advance 3: Pro Concept Racing (2003)
Iím surprised that this car hasnít appeared in Gran Turismo or in another racing game, this truck is cool and obscure!! :D
Ford Crown Victoria

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 (2000)
NOTE: This screenshot, taken from the secret Warehouse level (originally from the first Tony Hawk's Pro Skater), is from the PC port, and is unlocked by getting gold medals in the competitions in that port.
Koenig Specials Testarossa

Ridge Racer DS (2004)
carrera wrote
What could it be then? A Venturi?


Actually, this car model (since this game reuses it for Luigi Racing) resembles more of the Venturi 400 GT than the Ferrari F40 is because the shape of 400 GT does resemble the car model more, especially in the back.

Pictures to compare with the car model above:
Venturi 400 GT (Front): www.topcarrating.com/venturi/1994-venturi-400-gt-4.jpg
Venturi 400 GT (Back): txautonet.com/wp-content/uploads/parser/Venturi-400-3.0-2009-6.jpg

How else agrees?
Lexus GS

Burnout (2001)
STOMPITCRUSHITKILLIT wrote
Lexus made by Germany???


Thanks for noticing, edited the origin back to Japan.
Chaparral 2E

Mario Kart 7 (2011)
GamerFIB7590 wrote

There's an edit button below the name (Unless it's in validation)


I actually wanted to wait for another comment that the kart resembled the 2E, but since I did get that type of comment in less than a hour before you originally posted your comment, I'll go ahead and edit the vehicle.
Chaparral 2E

Mario Kart 7 (2011)
Attacker1997 wrote
Like a Can Am racecar


Since this vehicle is on the site, I want to say that this kart's body style and spoiler reminds me of the Chaparral 2E.
Comparison image: www.ultimatecarpage.com/images/car/87/Chaparral-2E-Chevrolet-1553.jpg

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2017-05-06 01:15:05
Lamborghini Gallardo

Tony Hawk's Underground (2003)
Aginnon wrote
Also... '04 Gallardo, in a game from 2003? Should it be 2003 instead?


Edited. :)
Chevrolet C-Series

California Speed (1998)
STOMPITCRUSHITKILLIT wrote
Looks too much a Dodge Charger Pickup 1970 :lol: :lol: :lol:


I know that you are contributing to identifying a car that oddly enough has the make and model confirmed years ago, but can you please give me pictures of the 1970 Dodge Charger Pickup in real life if you have them on hand or not?
It seems really skeptical that I know most models of the Charger, but not of this variant, so I want to ask you to have proof if the 1970 Dodge Charger Pickup existed. Thanks :)
Made for Game Coupe

Midtown Madness 3 (2003)
I've looked up on what the surname of this car is since this the only DLC car that has no listed surname, and I've found out that the surname of this car is the R4000.

Thunderboltgames wrote
Trasher, an American muscle car
Shopper, a shopping cart with a motor
R4000, a modern sports coupe


(Source: www.thunderboltgames.com/blog/midtown-madness-3-dlc)

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2017-04-30 16:38:17
Honda City

Parking Frenzy (2014)
GamerFIB7590 wrote

For now i'm thinking Dodge Neon/SRT-4 more during i still can see the modification of it



I agree with him, this car is the Dodge Neon model in my opinion because of this car's headlight, body, and door design compared to a regular Neon, and also the fact the SRT-4 had a different hood compared to the Neon: the SRT-4 had a hood scoop (if that's the correct word) installed into the stock hood while the Neon had a normal hood as it's stock hood.
Custom Made Audi A9

Watch Dogs 2 (2016)
GamerFIB7590 wrote
It's actually listed as Made For Game Audi A9 in this site


I actually would have never guessed that the A9 on the site was identified like that, but thank you for giving me the proper identification of the car!

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2017-04-26 19:02:26
Custom Made Audi A9

Watch Dogs 2 (2016)
phily241 wrote

I agree with you one hundred percent. I'll go edit the car right now...but however, the correct model name is "A9" and not "R9".

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2017-04-25 23:12:09
Mickey Thompson Challenger I

R4: Ridge Racer Type 4 (1998)
I've suggested an edit to this car to the Mickey Thompson Challenger I, thanks to the Challenger I comment suggestion from VH UDK.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mickey_Thompson#Early_history
Italdesign Firepoint

Super Smash Bros. (1999)
Zordid wrote
SR2-720


Thanks!

Edit: I've edited the details so it includes the surname.

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2017-03-20 22:11:40
Italdesign Firepoint

Super Smash Bros. (1999)
Note: On the poster where the vehicle is shown, there is a model name for said vehicle above the car.
But since it hard to tell what the full model name is (the closest I got to was "SR3-920"), I left out the option to add the surname when adding the vehicle.
Chevrolet Corvette

Minna no Rhythm Tengoku (2011)
SolanaBogon wrote
1956 Corvette?


I can highly agree with you on that. I'll go edit this vehicle right now.
Mercedes-Benz GLA

Super Mario Maker (2015)
sajmon14 wrote


It's not because they are fans of it or something, it's just adversiting ;)


There's also the fact the GLA appeared as a kart form along with two other Mercedes-Benz vehicles in a DLC pack in Mario Kart 8.

www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=65268
Nissan MID4

Ryū ga Gotoku Zero: Chikai No Basho (2015)
I think that this car highly resembles a Ferrari Testarossa, despite the tail lights.

Front: www.topcarrating.com/ferrari/1984-ferrari-512-testarossa.jpg
Back: www.topcarrating.com/ferrari/1984-ferrari-512-testarossa-3.jpg
Honda Dylan

Asphalt 3: Street Rules (2006)
Automotive Gaming wrote

The fact that the scooter is a Honda Dylan is true...but the 125 and 150 models are really similar to each other.

Compare these two pictures
2006 Honda Dylan 125: www.bikez.com/pictures/honda/2006/dylan%20125.jpg
2006 Honda Dylan 150: www.bikez.com/pictures/honda/2006/dylan%20150.jpg

Do you want me to edit it to simply as a Honda Dylan or do you want me to use one of them (and if you are going for the latter, please tell me as soon as possible)?
Chevrolet Camaro

Dead Rising 3 (2013)
uglyman323 wrote

The image link leads to a 404. Can you please remove right parenthesis between "St-Hilaire" and ".JPG" (where the right parenthesis lies) when you are editing the comment so you can fix the image link? Thank you!
unknown

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - Force Recon (2009)
GamerFIB7590 wrote
"unknowm"? What?


The user meant to type in "unknown" like the rest of the vehicles labeled as that in this game but unfortunately did not realize that the user a made typo for this vehicle due the fact that the "N" and "M" keys are next to each other on a regular computer keyboard layout, which is QWERTY (found in the top right in the letter-part of the keyboard).

Edit: The typo is fixed! =)

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2017-02-15 14:53:13
Fiat 126

Sawaru Made In Wario (2004)
Burn Rubber wrote
Maybe an old Fiat?


With that logic, it could resemble a Fiat 126.

s1.cdn.autoevolution.com/images/gallery/FIAT126-1291_6.jpg

Edit: It closely resembles a 126, so I made an edit to the car right away.

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2017-02-15 14:29:21
Hot Wheels Twin Mill III

Rocket League (2015)
Speedevil wrote
Most licensed Hot Wheels games suck, to be honest.


Speaking of licensed Hot Wheels games, when is Stunt Track Driver 2 being added to the site?
Suzuki Samurai

San Francisco Rush: Extreme Racing (1996)
Note: The reason why the front shot is used during a race and not in the "You Win" screen like the Mini is because the truck has different proportions compared to the win screen and during gameplay.



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2017-02-13 21:00:04
Nissan GT-R

Rocket League (2015)
Zordid wrote
Front reminds me of early Nissan GT-R concepts


The front actually reminds me more of this vehicle: www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=66135
Hot Wheels Twin Mill III

Rocket League (2015)
Burn Rubber wrote
Technically speaking the Twin Mill models would be classed as Custom Made. I'm not sure about II or III, but I know an IRL version of the original Twin Mill did exist.


Yes, there is an real-life version of the Twin Mill, but the new classification won't happen due to the fact that the IRL version of the Twin Mill was made years after the original casting of the Twin Mill.

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2017-02-13 18:26:57
Hot Wheels Twin Mill III

Rocket League (2015)
w123 wrote
I don't know if it's necessary or not, but you should put "3" in the Mk. box.


Actually, putting "3" in the Mk. text box (as in "Twin Mill Mk. 3") would be incorrect for this kind of car because since this is a Hot Wheels model, the entire name of the model goes into the model text box, like the rest of the original Hot Wheels cars that are found so far on the site.
Hot Wheels Twin Mill III

Rocket League (2015)
I've edited it to Twin Mill III. Here is a picture for comparison:


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2017-02-13 00:42:04
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