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Honda Element

The Sims 4 (2014)
Indeed the headlights require great imagination, which is why I don't find them similar.
Fog lights are round, like on a good 75% of all cars with foglights, only on the game car they are in a rectangular slot, and on the N-Box they are not.
The grille is extremely different like you mentioned.
The side profile is that of a van. You'll find it to be comparable to most vans.

I think this is more similar:
And it's identified as a Chevrolet Astro. A Japanese car has not been mentioned on that page once.

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2016-03-31 00:21:21
Honda Element

The Sims 4 (2014)
Burn Rubber wrote

You do know both cars were sold in the USA I'm guessing? In fact back in early 2000's you saw xBs everywhere. Cube's are less common, But here.

You seem to miss my point, but anyway.

I'll give you that the front half of the car can be seen as similar to the xB with the bumper and the overhang and everything.
Except for the Cube being square, there's not a single shape on it that resembles this car.
The N-Box I'm not going to talk about anymore, because it's just not relevant in the slightest.

- The car in fact is square, like pretty much all the vans in the world.
- The taillights seem to be inspired by generic American vans.
- The rear doors are typical for commercial vans, and they're not featured on any of the cars you have mentioned.
- The windows do not resemble those of the Cube, nor those of the xB, as it has no body color pillars in the windows.
- The grille does not resemble anything you have mentioned.
- The headlights do not resemble anything you have mentioned.
- The front bumper is similar to the xB's big front bumper, only it features foglights which do not resemble those on the xB.

I also think the 2nd gen Cube (although not being sold in the US) is more relevant to your case:

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2016-03-30 23:50:24
Honda Element

The Sims 4 (2014)
Burn Rubber wrote

No. I barely ever use WCS.

See above. The Cube and xB both are very similar AND American.

I'm sorry, but you're aware that the Cube and the xB (= Toyota bB) are Japanese cars?
I was referring to things like Ford, Chevy, GMC, Dodge, etc.

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2016-03-30 23:39:11
Honda Element

The Sims 4 (2014)
How does the N-Box ( look anything like this?
Or the Kei ( I know, it's a Laputa, same car different badge)
Or the Move (don't know which generation you mean, but none of them look similar, here's a Move Conte for the overall shape:

In my opinion this car is just some generic van-like thing, not resembling anything. If you really want it to resemble something, try American vans.

Edit: Maybe you can make our lives easier by stating which elements of those cars you find similar?

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2016-03-30 23:37:02
Honda Element

The Sims 4 (2014)
Burn Rubber wrote
Ever heard of the Nissan Cube, Scion XB, Honda N-Box or Daihatsu Kei? :/

Yup, except for the Daihatsu Kei which doesn't exist. Also, this car doesn't look like any of them.
Honda Element

The Sims 4 (2014)
MFG, it's not based off of any kei car. I also don't know any van which looks (slightly) like this.
Honda Integra

Midnight Club II (2003)
Automotive Gaming wrote

No. It has the JDM front end so it's Honda.

The headlights are from another car, they're not from the JDM Integra, which had nearly square headlights.
The taillights are also not from an Integra, so like Burn Rubber said, it could be either.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution II

Zero4 Champ RR (1994)
I don't think this is a Lancer Evolution II.
Toyota Corolla Levin

Zero4 Champ RR (1994)
Should be a 1993 Corolla Levin.
Daihatsu Mira

Kaido Battle 2: Chain Reaction (2004)
AutoTracker wrote
Indeed. This is what the 1997 model looks like:
This must be like a pre-facelift deal.

Daihatsu Mira

Kaido Battle 2: Chain Reaction (2004)
Should be 1994 like
Daihatsu Mira

Kaido Battle: Touge no Densetsu (2005)
Should be 1994 like
Toyota Corolla

Kaido Battle (2003)
Shouldn't FX be part of the shorter name? The Corolla FX was just as much of a seperate line as the Corolla Levin in Japan.
Suzuki Cultus

Kaido Battle (2003)
Wait. How did this end up in a racing game?

We need more modern games loaded with JDM exclusive cars.

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2016-03-29 02:07:08
Nissan Skyline GT-R 'F&F'

Thumb Drift (2016)
Real car enthousiasts detest F&F :)
Dodge Colt

Full Spectrum Warrior (2004)
If the game is set in the US, either 79 Dodge Colt or Plymouth Champ is fine.
Buick Skylark

Full Spectrum Warrior (2004)
Austin FX4

Midnight Club: Street Racing (2000)
Burn Rubber wrote
Oh boy more people that disrespect others opinions. :/ Joie De Vivre... Honestly I think MC1 was one of the WORST video games ever made, But opinions are opinions.

May I point out that you literally said "Midnight Club was shit. Point blank and period." Leaving no room for discussion or other people their opinions, yet when someone replies exactly the same way, you call them disrespectful. Thought I'd make sure you understood that.
Made for Game Coupe

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 (2002)
Should also be listed as Eunos Cosmo if that's what people believe this is.
Lancia Kayak

R4: Ridge Racer Type 4 (1998)
sajmon14 wrote
shouldn't be these listed as Eunos Cosmo, not Mazda???

W Motors Lykan Hypersport

Forza Motorsport 6 (2015)
JFK wrote
Well I guess I will have nice evening in company of delete comment button.

I feel for you man. If you need some peace and quiet, feel free to visit WebCarStory :)
Toyota Auris

PewDiePie: Legend of the Brofist (2015)
Gordon wrote
Toyota Corolla hatchback

Exactly the same thing, seeing how you have an Australian flag behind your name.
Studebaker Commander Starliner

The Simpsons: Tapped Out (2012)
Tuppence870 wrote
Plymouth Fury

Made Man (2007)
JFK wrote

Made for Game then, it is a mix of many cars. It is a shame, this could be a real thing.

Well it might be a real thing, I'm just not sure what. Leave it as it is for a bit, and more people might take a guess.
Plymouth Fury

Made Man (2007)
The grille is from a 1963 Lincoln Continental I think, the body is very early to mid 70s, but could be anything if you ask me. The rear seems very 1978 Oldsmobile 98 to me, if you'd move the license plate down.
Chevrolet C-10

Reservoir Dogs (2006)
I would say 60-66 Chevrolet C/K. Rounder body hints at a pre-70s truck, even though the grille seems to be from a 1970 C/K. Fords of the same time period have a very different front fascia, and have a more square body. And earlier Ford trucks don't seem to have a similar front.
Honda CR-X

Grand Theft Auto V (2013)
JFK wrote
If am I right, Honda CR-X was called CRX in USA - without the dash.

Toyota Vitz

まげる つける はしー (2002)
I believe this is a Starlet rather than a Vitz.
Mercedes-Benz C-Klasse

Gangs of London (2006)
Black Bart wrote
Well I didn't say it was a Mercedes-Benz either...

I'm not saying that. I'm just saying that the identification of this car probably isn't correct.
Mercedes-Benz C-Klasse

Gangs of London (2006)
Black Bart wrote
It's not a Vectra. No black body line and different bumper, windows, taillights and wheels.

Hmmm... But it doesn't have many similarities with the C-Class either. The C-Class isn't as rounded, and also has different bumpers, taillights and wheels.
Of course, I can't see the front, which may point directly to a Mercedes-Benz.

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2014-07-23 01:52:34
Mercedes-Benz C-Klasse

Gangs of London (2006)
This looks more like a Vauxhall Vectra to me:
Suzuki Samurai

Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing (2010)
carcrasher88 wrote
Appears to be on one of the Jet Set Radio Future tracks (futuristic Tokyo), which means neither are Samurai, as that was the US/Canada/Puerto Rico market name. The JDM name is Jimny.

Both this and the original ASR one should be changed to reflect that.

Should be Suzuki Jimny.
Suzuki Samurai

Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed (2012)
Suzuki Jimny.
Oldsmobile Aurora

Hard Truck: 18 Wheels of Steel (2002)
Tuppence870 wrote

It's not easy to find the exact 4-door sedan from a side texture alone, but I'd say this is a 2001 Oldsmobile Aurora -

The taillights don't match, but I think it's the most probable match.
Toyota Yaris

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance (2013)
bmwguy12 wrote

Made for Game Convertible

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance (2013)
Tycek wrote

Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance (2013)
77-84 Cadillac Fleetwood Limousine
Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano

Watch Dogs (2014)
I think the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta and Chevy Corvette look completely different, but oh well.

I agree on Ferrari 599 GTB with a slight touch of SRT Viper on the front.
Vauxhall Astra

The Getaway: Black Monday (2004)
TA-caprice-XI wrote
All I can see here is a hatchback that looks like a Vauxhall Astra Mk III, or possibly - but unlikely - a Ford Escort Mk V. No way it's an XM.

I think it looks like a Kadett E bodyshell, which would translate into a Vauxhall Astra Mk II
Ginetta G33

The Getaway: Black Monday (2004)
It's still listed as a Ginetta G33, which it looks a lot like. Don't know about a Lotus badge?
Pontiac Sunfire

Taxi Chase Racing (2013)
ChoclitBunny wrote

May I remind you that IGCD is a database, not a political party. You initially saw a C-Klasse in this car.
I get a little desperate at how badly IGCD members often examine game cars and jump to conclusions easily, which results in game cars being filed under wrong names.

Oh I am so very sorry I didn't agree with you. From now on, I will blindly follow everything you say. And send you a cake everytime a car is filed under the name you wanted it to be. Not.

By the way, your comment meant the exact opposite thing of what you thought it meant. That early conclusion was the C-Klasse, which I found was wrong when someone posted an image of a Sunfire.

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2014-01-17 08:01:18
Pontiac Bonneville

Bully (2006)
Black Bart wrote
Early 80's Pontiac Bonneville

1982 to be precise.
Porsche Cayenne

Spy Hunter (2012)
Hahahaha how is this a Porsche Cayenne? Last time I checked the Cayenne was an SUV, not a station wagon. It seems to resemble the CitroŽn C5 Break the most, as trollface said.
Acura CL

Forza Motorsport (2005)
Ragref wrote

With your logic, the Ford Focus should change its origin to Germany to USA because "under the skin" it's from America.

The Focus is a difficult one, we had that argument before on webcarstory. It's a global car and not really either American or German.
Koenigsegg CCX

Hitman: Absolution (2012)
I'd say Koenigsegg with an Audi R8 rear.
Acura CL

Forza Motorsport (2005)
carcrasher88 wrote
Honestly, I think I agree with NS3730.

The CL was only ever sold in Canada and the US, and was built exclusively in the US.

If a Toyota Sienna (US built and only sold in North America) can get a US origin on IMCDb, then this can get a US origin here.

Under the skin it's completely Japanese though, so you probably want to change that Sienna to Japanese origin.
Ford LTD Crown Victoria

Hotline Miami (2012)
I agree on the 80s Ford LTD.
Suzuki Swift

Watch Dogs (2014)
Why are you still trying to attract attention? It has been an Abarth 500 since yesterday.
Pontiac Sunfire

Taxi Chase Racing (2013)
I'm going with Sunfire, it's pretty obvious actually.
GM LeSabre

Stunt Racer 64 (2000)
I actually think it still is a Mercury Eight.
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