|Only Toyota SW4 on these 2007+ models|
| Desscythe17 wrote |
You’re wrong. The Brazilian model rides on a different chassis than the European one, since Brazil has very different road conditions and the Renegade is locally produced there.
The same goes for the Volkswagen Up!, which looks identical to the European model, but is very different under the skin.
Chassis code B1 is correct.
No it don't. The Brazilian Renegade is the same car as the one sold in the rest of the world. The only difference is the 1.8 engine used only here and some trim stuff. The origin and chassis code should be the same as the other Renegade
|Can a moderator remove the "Bolt Model B Fordor" name? Only the Smith V12 Limousine name is confirmed, is no guaranteed these old names to continue|
Gran Turismo 7 (2022)
| zimex25 wrote |
Imo graphic in GT7 looking like PC2, Forza and NFS Heat on PC. Ofc better resolution texture in interior, RTX and more grass and tree looking good but Imo next generation od graphic in racing isn't big jump from past generation. I hope for finnaly realistic damage.
The trailer show dynamic time passing and weather, GT Sport didn't had these. A dynamic weather with GT Sport or better quality looks very promising
Mafia: Definitive Edition (2020)
| TunaMouth wrote |
So, if the bonuses in Mafia II and III are anything to go by, the taxi is now a Shubert Six, the limo is called "Smith V12" (even though Smith is a brand from II that's supposed to be Ford, while Ford in I is Bolt), cars don't have suicide doors anymore, etc. Looks like they're repeating the completely random vehicle branding from III. I have a bad feeling about this....
Tommy's cab don't look like a Studebaker anymore and is called Shubert Six in Mafia II and III Definite Edition. I also got a bad feeling when saw that. I kinda liked the painfully slow regular cars in the first game, like te Bolt Ace. This and frustrating things like the taxi mission added to the realistic setting. In the second game also had details like these, but in the third it took a more arcade route, hopefully the driving mechanics was good. Red Dead Redemption 2 showed that modern games can have realistic details like the first Mafia, I hope the Definitive Edition keep those things that make the game unique
Mafia: Definitive Edition (2020)
|The pic from the Smith V12 Limo pre-order bonus, found on the official site |
|1998 Police Interceptor (P71)|
| stratumx wrote |
By the name the game looks like a Brazilian game, so definitely is a VW T2
|The rear is closer to the Triumph GT6|
|Why is listed as 2011? Whith that grill and trim is 2001|
|2013 is the last year for the Brazilian Kombi, with that radiator grill is 2006-2013|
|The Volvo race truck is based on the VM|
|Brazilian license plate|
|Marcopolo Paradiso G6 2000-2010, model origin is Brazil|
|Marcopolo Paradiso G7 2010+, model origin is Brazil|
-- Last edit: 2014-09-08 17:08:58
|The rear resembles the Ford Falcon FG, especially the taillights|
-- Last edit: 2019-03-21 05:53:15 (Klumb3r)
|Who says the U.S. have any Brasilia|
Also have one in Japan
|A better picture|
|looks more like a HSV W427|
|Like in the book|
|The name Mainline wasnt used by Ford in 1957, it was droped in 1956|
|Ford Fairlane 500 Town Sedan|
|Definitely a 69-70|
|The body seems the same, but the front is from a Chevy|
|Where did you find this tractor?|
| Ford78 wrote |
A Crown Victoria on Japan??? What a joke of Forza!
But have Crown Vics in Japan
| lcpdcv wrote |
Yes, however 2012 is the last year for the Police Interceptor package.
All 2012 Crown Victoria are civilian model exported to the Middle East, the last year for the Police Interceptor is 2011
|Maybe some 1960's Chrysler ?|
|Resemble more the 1997 brazilian Blazer|
|This is the only car based in a brazilian car in this game|
|1995-1996 Chevrolet Caprice Classic|
|I was thinkin in some japanese Toyota sedan, like a Chaser o Mark II, but the Chavos make more sense|
|With this body is a Dodge Dart Sport|
|Falcon Ute XR6 [FG]|
|Sold in Brazil ? What the hell did you smoke ? Te brazilian Ford compact car in the 60's, 70's and 80's was the Ford Corcel, a brazilian enginered car who share the platform with the Reanult 12.|
This is the Corcel I
And this is the Corcel II
|Toyota Land Cruiser ?|
|The Corcel share the platform with the Renault 12, but it was entirely developed in Brazil |
-- Last edit: 2012-04-29 22:26:03
|Model origin is USA, not Mexico|
| ShantJ wrote |
I wonder if the engine will still be an OHV design.
Is basically the same old V10, still a OHV
|The last 200 Crown Vics was 2012 models, sold only in Saudi Arabia|
|The model origin from the Ford Pampa is Brazil|
|2000-2005 Chevy Impala ?|
|Probably have a 7 liter V8 |
-- Last edit: 2012-02-29 03:14:53
|Any classic car in this game have white walls, i guess it is something about that Pirelli stuff|
|Where the hell are the white wall tires ?|
| carcrasher88 wrote |
Wasn't the engine block in this car closely related to the McLaren F1's engine?