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#DRIVE (2019)
TheGreaser wrote
Didn't the rule say no wrecked variants of unplayable vehicles? That's what it said in the rules.

Not anymore.
Subaru Domingo

World War Z (2019)
RushCars24 wrote
Don't think it's a Libero, could be something else, I'm thinking more like a Toyota TownAce.

Itís tall and narrow, like a kei car. The TownAce is much wider than this.

Overdrive City (2018)
I quit playing this game, so if anyone feels compelled to add cars when a new update comes out, go for it.
Brabus A-Klasse

The Getaway (2002)
TheGreaser wrote
I'm guessing they were Mercs at one point, but it's likely M-B didn't want their cars in a game with shooting and cars burning, so they had their tuning division Brabus license those. Black Monday has the majority of their M-B vehicles with Brabus badging, but look closer to the real Mercs.

Brabus isn't a division of M-B, it's a separate company. That's how the game devs decided to circumvent M-B not wanting their cars in the game. It's much like games including RUF when Porsche was exclusive to NFS.

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2020-03-17 15:50:27

Transport Fever 2 (2019)
SolanaBogon2 wrote

Yes. But in my opinion, it has been quite altered compared to the original Fiat 15. I think it should be origin USSR, just like all the Fiat-based Ladas are origin USSR and not Italy on this site, or the Ford-derived GAZ trucks and the Autocar Dispatch-derived ZIS trucks are all origin USSR and not USA.


Overdrive City (2018)
Attacker1997 wrote
Shouldn't the game type be "Racing", since many Sim Racing Games are listed in this way?

I would say the city building aspect of this game is bigger than the racing aspect, so simulation seems correct.
Nissan GT-R Nismo

Overdrive City (2018)
MBR wrote
Good picture but bad game

It will only be a year and this game will die quickly

It depends on what they do with it. Currently there is not that much to do in the game, and the playerbase will shrink considerably until they add more.
Nissan 180SX

Gran Turismo Sport (2017)
RushCars24 wrote
NO, @Silnev, down you. [hits you with a broom]

I agreed with @TheGreaser, Top Gear Fan's style on GT Sport are way MUCH better than Silnev, I think Silnev's style looks more like copy-paste of TGF's style and I could consider as an imposter version of it so should be denied, TGF should stop letting Silnev to do these shots.

Who do you think you are to talk so condescending to someone?
As if you get to decide who uploads pics and who doesnít. If TGF as main contributor has agreed with Silnev that he can do these pics, that is fine, and you have nothing to say about this.

If the quality of the pics bothers you so much, why donít you take better shots yourself and convince the admins that they should be replaced?
Until then, treat other people with some respect.

The Getaway (2002)
RacingFreak wrote
Finally completed a long overdue major overhaul of the page.

You can check out a detailed video I did on the cars that were cut from the game:

Great job!
Toyota Crown

Ryū ga Gotoku: Kiwami (2016)
I think the car might be anachronistic, since Yakuza 0 is set in the 80s, but the car looks much more like a mix of an early 90s Crown and Ced/Glo/Cima.

Overdrive City (2018)
The C7 Corvette and Camaro COPO are also featured in the Chevrolet assembly cinematic.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII

Overdrive City (2018)
Judging by the badges, itís the MR model.

Overdrive City (2018)
Solarriors wrote
Normally in-world shots are preferred over in-menu shots if possible in a game (to reflect actual gameplay)

In this case not an option, since the cars are tiny models during races.

Overdrive City (2018)
Should we replace all pics with empty backgrounds to be garage pics?
For the sake of consistency?

Overdrive City (2018)
Should the cars that are listed on the page, but not yet available in the game have a playable star?
(M4, new Camaro, C7 Corvette,Centenario, Beetle)
Made for Game Hatchback (2013)
Mix of a current Ford Focus and current Renault Mťgane.
Subaru Sambar

Ride 2 (2016)
Fiat Palio

Ride 2 (2016)
Agree with Palio.
UAZ 452

Euro Truck Simulator 2 (2012)
RushCars24 wrote
Now, this van peeks me some interesting questions, because according to the game files, the van is named as "Ulja_452".

Someone at SCS don't know how to spell UAZ correctly, even thought that is easy to type.

Ulja or Ulya is short for Ulyanovsk, the city where UAZ is from (and also the meaning of the U in UAZ).
What you said about the ZiL is a similar thing.

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2020-01-28 15:00:30
Made for Game Truck

Temtem (2020)
Cloudstinger wrote
I think it's somewhere between the Isuzu Elf and a Mitsubishi L300.

Too generic to identify though if you ask me.
Made for Game Truck

Temtem (2020)
Klumb3r wrote

Iím glad youíre pleased :D
Toyota Tercel

Just Cause 2 (2010)
Iím not sure how those cars are related to this, since itís not the same problem.
If you really must know, I donít think that ďEclipse sedanĒ is identified correctly.

The San Andreas Tacoma really does look like a Monte Carlo made into a 4-door, itís a small creative liberty they took.
Making a Commodore into a compact 2-door sedan seems far-fetched though. I think the Tercel fits better as a cheap, compact car.

I understand you arenít trying to start a war, ďIGCD WarsĒ are something invented by people who are averse to discussion and scared of other peopleís opinions.
Toyota Tercel

Just Cause 2 (2010)
To the Commodore gang, please take into account that this is a compact car, while the Commodore is a full-size car.
Except for the lights, it doesnít really look like one.
Jeep Renegade

Bolsomito (2018)
TheGreaser wrote

That's incorrect. It's the same internal code regardless of where it's sold. So it's [BU], and edit will not be accepted.

Youíre 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.
Daihatsu Hijet

Ryū ga Gotoku 6: Inochi no Uta (2016)
Seeing how itís more modern, this is also 1999 instead of 1986.
Daihatsu Hijet

Ryū ga Gotoku 7: Hikari to Yami no Yukue (2020)
RushCars24 wrote
Again, it's an updated model of this, they're simply just modernized it with a new front fascia:

Thatís fair, the real Hijet also mostly changed at the front.

Judging by the headlights, itís a 1999 model rather than a 1986.

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2020-01-24 08:53:35

Forza Horizon 4 (2018)
konkordski wrote

i couldn't find any info on that. not even its wiki page, which listed all of the cars in the show, has it.

The 208 GTi was presented at that show, he probably means that one.

Forza Horizon 4 (2018)
The Peugeot 208 RC doesn't exist, maybe he meant the 206 or 207 RC.

The Spyker Peking-to-Paris was called the D12, because it had a V12 engine. It was later announced that the car would be renamed D8 and get a V8 engine, but that car has never been revealed to the public and as we all know the Peking-to-Paris concept never made production. I would assume the person who made this list either meant one of the C8 models, or the D12.

Forza Horizon 4 (2018)
ALMF-3512 wrote
FH4 Update 18 preview(Not totally for sure prediction from Tomahawk04)
Huracan performante
Sprinter Trueno GT-APEX AE86
Diablo VT
Donkervoort D8
Spyker D8
Peugeot 208 RC

Two of those cars don't exist. Try again.
Volkswagen Touran

Euro Truck Simulator 2 (2012)
Dramatic wrote
This I believe completely replaces the BMW 5 that the Dutch police previously drove in this game, though I'm not certain on that.

I would hope so, the Touran represents Dutch police very well, whereas the BMW absolutely doesnít.
Chrysler 300 C

Driver: Parallel Lines (2006)
Sheesh, that was an old comment of mine. Maybe something more recent may be helpful to you.

Desscythe17 wrote

Well, in that case there is a lot of material on this website you could get upset about, but it doesn't really get you anywhere. No point in getting upset over other people's stupidity on IGCD as long as you're not an admin.
Mercedes-Benz L-Series

World Truck Driving Simulator (2018)
sajmon14 wrote
Origin is Brazil, not Germany. Also I think the name isn't correct too but I cannot find the correct model.

LS and then some number. L-Series would be the easiest.
Morris Oxford

Grand Theft Auto V (2013)
Comment #4 on first indian car in gta universe.
Hyundai Veloster N

Forza Motorsport 7 (2017)
speedfreak975 wrote
Werent these revealed just hours ago.....

On top of that, half of the reveal of the Veloster N was about Forza 7.
Rambler Rebel SST

Mafia III (2016)
generalrusty78 wrote
The rear of it kinda looks like a 1978 Oldsmobile Cutlass

Not really

ReCharge RC (2017)
Buick LeSabre

Monster Truck Madness 2 (1999)
I think 67/68 Firebird. The Toronado doesn't have a split grille, or such a rectangular look.
Chevrolet Impala

Monster Truck Madness 2 (1999)
The Pontiac next to it (which shares the same platform with the Impala and Caprice) is a lot lower. I think this car is something completely different.
Mercedes-Benz S-Klasse

Need for Speed: Payback (2017)
RushCars24 wrote
I'm sorry, but you left a "Dash (-)" between "S" and "Klasse".

There is supposed to be a dash between those.
Toyota HiAce

Need for Speed: Payback (2017)
carcrasher88 wrote is. So, apparently on that game, I thought it was a Suzuki, but when I saw it in this game, I thought it was a I'm confused.

I would go for HiAce, it's too big to be a kei van like the Every.
Volvo 240 Estate

South Park Rally (1999)
Bruisemobile wrote

Why are they called suicide doors? That sounds so depressing.
Volkswagen Constellation

Automobilista (2016)
Same goes for Brazil, they have lots of small, car-based pick-ups. They are still called pick-ups, so why should cars like Holdens and Fords which are also car-based pick-ups get their own category?
Volkswagen Constellation

Automobilista (2016)
Speedevil wrote
According to Wikipedia, they're not the same thing.

That's great for wikipedia.
Nissan Safari

Forza Motorsport 7 (2017)
That's pretty wild, cool addition!
Volkswagen Constellation

Automobilista (2016)
sajmon14 wrote
Utes don't need their separate category. Technically they are pickups anyway

Agreed, they are still pick-ups.
Lincoln Town Car

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands (2017)
This is way too big to be a Cutlass Ciera. It looks more like a Mercury Grand Marquis with an Oldsmobile grille.
Saturn Aura

Real Car Drift Simulator (2017)
AutoTracker wrote
I am actually not sure if the origin should be listed as US or Germany, because this is sort of a rebadged Opel Astra sedan built on a Chevy Malibu platform. I actually left the origin blank when adding this, but it automatically filled in to US.

US is correct. It is more or less an Opel Vectra, but it still has some aesthetic differences. Being a GM vehicle, it's built from a large parts bin, so I don't think it's possible to say this was designed in one country or another. I would say Saturn Aura = US origin, Saturn Astra (if it makes an appearance) = German origin.
Kia Sedona

3D Un-jeon Gyo-sil (2016)
AutoTracker wrote
That's actually a Kia Sedona model but with Carnival plates slapped on:

Fair enough, Sedona it is then.
Kia Sedona

3D Un-jeon Gyo-sil (2016)
Speedy17 wrote
Kia Sedona

It clearly says Carnival on the plate, which is the name of the car on the Korean market.
Ford Tourneo Connect

Traffic Racer (2012)
Adrigaaas90 wrote
Passengers van, so Tourneo not Transit

This looks like the European version, so agreed.
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