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Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999)
Say whatever you want about the movie, but this game is actually quite good, although you need a fanmade patch to play in on modern PCs.

According to an interview with the developers, the AAT and the STAP was going to be playable, but they ran out of time.
Star Wars Consular Space Cruiser

Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999)
Just like the Landing Craft, this ship also has an ingame model, but it's just too big to fit on the screen.
Oh, and it's visible for only about 2 seconds before... well, if you watched the movie you know what happens to it.
Star Wars C-9979 Landing Craft

Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999)
This picture is from a CGI cutscene, but the ship also has a ingame model - however it's so massive that it's impossible to get a good picture of it during gameplay.

Manhunt (2003)
clawdenbob wrote
Hello, everyone! Added some removed cars from recenlty leaked Manhunt prototype. So far i have only managed to find two versions of a van, which very much resembles cut Luton truck from GTA 3

I just watched a playthrough of leaked version, there's also a wrecked hatchback (VW Golf?) on the first scrapyard level and a rail cart on the subway level.

Manhunt 2 (2007)
I never thought that I would play this game again (because honestly, this is one of the the weakest games R* ever made), but recently a beta version of the game was leaked on the internet archive.
It has a lot of differences compared to the final game: beta characters models, a somewhat more coherent story, and most importantly, a couple of deleted/changed vehicles.

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2024-04-12 02:15:15
Chrysler New Yorker Fifth Avenue

Urban Terror (2000)
Unfortunately, I couldn't find the source of the photo, but apparently it's a mirrored image of a fire station located in Rhode Island:
Honda Accord

The Uncertain: Last Quiet Day (2016)
It seems to be a 1986-89 Honda Accord, the one without pop-up headlights.

Alan Wake (2010)
Just discovered that this boat also appears in the base game, so the "downloadable" tag is not needed.
International DuraStar

Flashing Lights (2023)
Antti-san wrote
Likewise, an International?

Yes, a DuraStar.

IGCD Future releases and to-do list (2023)
Happy New Year, Guys! :)

Grand Theft Auto VI (2025)
Wow, I can't believe the trailer is finally out. It feels unreal after so many years of waiting.

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2023-12-05 22:58:46
Buick Skylark

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (2004)
+1 to the Cutlass
Also, in a pre-release screenshot it had different taillights, which were identical on the ones on the '69 Cutlass:

It looks like someone at R* really liked Oldsmobiles from that era.
Buick LeSabre

Grand Theft Auto (1997)
Wait, this can't be a '98 Crown Vic, it came out after the game. Based on the shape of the headlights, I'd say it a '92 Buick LeSabre.
Chevrolet Monza 2+2

Grand Theft Auto (GBC) (1999)
It seems to be a low resolution version of this artwork, so the car is a Chevy Monza:
Honda CR-X

Manhunt (2003)
This is the final version of the Blista Compact, so the "GPX" surname is not needed.
Pierce Dash

Alan Wake Remastered (2021)
Iruossim wrote
Rosenbauer Commander.

It can't be a Commander. It's built since 2012, and the original game came out in 2010.

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2023-11-19 18:37:19
Toyota Truck

Alan Wake II (2023)
car-dude44 wrote
They were named Toyota Pickup in North America, not Toyota Truck

Are you sure about that?
I looked up a couple of older Toyota brochures and they call it Toyota Truck.
For example, on this site:

Plus we already have a lot of them listed as a Toyota Truck on the site, and IMCDB also uses that name:
Toyota Truck

Alan Wake II (2023)
The Hilux name was used only until 1974 in the USA, the newer ones are just called Toyota Truck.
Land-Rover Freelander

Twisted Metal: Head-On (2005)
That's a Land-Rover Freelander, not a Mazda.
Mercedes-Benz ML

World Racing 2 (2005)
Hold on, that's not a 1998 ML, it's a second generation model (2006-2011). Same for the other one on the game's page.
Dodge Ram Van

Grand Theft Auto IV (2008)
Leandro wrote
Identified as a Dodge Ram Van in GTA IV, Identified as a Ford Econoline in GTA V. Weird (Just saying, obviously)

No, it's a also Ram Van on the GTA V page:
Ford Crown Victoria

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (2005)
Black Bart wrote
How is it a 2001 MY? I'd say it should be 1998.

To me it looks like it has the 2001+ honeycomb grille:
In '98 it had silver grille with horizontal lines:
And in '99-2000 it was black with horizontal lines:

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2023-10-13 00:26:19
Toyota Tacoma

Midnight Club II (2003)
That's not a '99 Tacoma, it's the 2001+ facelifted version. Same for ones on the MC3 and the MC:LA Remix pages.
It's a bit odd that in this game it has a mirrored grille texture but in the other two games it looks normal.
GMC Savana

Counter Strike 2 (2023)
It's a mix between a '96 GMC Savana (front) and a '94 Dodge Ram Van (rear). The overall shape of the van is closer to the Savana.
Dodge Ram Van

Manhunt 2 (2007)
NikoTheCarLover wrote
Its from the GTA 3, but if you look closely it has license plate from GTA VC. Im confused :/ :??: :think:

It's not from GTA 3. It's a modified Burrito from Vice City, not the GTA 3 Rumpo.
Toyota Corolla

Dreamscaper (2020)
valera wrote
Chevy Aveo

I'd say it rather a Toyota Corolla [E120].
Lincoln Zephyr

Driver: San Francisco (2011)
Antti-san wrote

My question is, what's the difference between Zephyr and MKZ, other than the name? Is there something on this model that would indicate this should be listed as a MKZ, and not a Zephyr?

They have some minor differences, the most noticeable is that the MKZ has a horizontal line on the grille.

However, the ASYM Desanne has a generic mesh grille, so this is irrelevant in this case.
Lincoln Zephyr

Driver: San Francisco (2011)
Vxctec wrote
The Zephyr is named/marketed as the MKZ in the United States, so it should be changed back to the previous name. The current Zephyr is sold in China.

No, Zephyr is the corrent name. It went on sale in 2006 under the Zephyr name, then it got renamed to MKZ in 2007.

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2023-06-29 18:02:12
International 4700

Manhunt (2003)
Silnev wrote

Could you try and get a pic in the same location the current pic is? Because the current pic is better than the one you have provided.

Sure, here it is:
Audi A4

Manhunt (2003)
It also has two other versions in the game:

And on the PS2 version of the game it has a much darker color:

Oddly enough, it's RHD despite the American setting, so it's obviously not the 2002+ US-spec model.
Also, it looks way too new. Most of the game takes place in locations that have been seemingly abandoned for decades, yet there's a car that should be only 1-2 years old.

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2023-06-26 12:24:59 (Silnev)
Oldsmobile 442

Manhunt (2003)
On the PS2 version it has a dark green color:

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2023-06-26 12:25:27 (Silnev)
International 4700

Manhunt (2003)
Better screenshot:
Grumman-Olson Kurbmaster

Manhunt (2003)
This van has a quite odd difference between the PS2 and the PC version.
On PC the front of the van is clean, and the rest of the van is dirty.
On the PS2 it's the opposite:

And in one of the unlockable concept arts, it's completely clean:

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2023-06-26 12:27:46 (Silnev)

Manhunt (2003)
Hi guys! I have recently replayed this game, I'll add a couple of missing vehicles, and also a couple of better screenshots for the page, as some current ones are way too dark or small.
Also, some vehicles look a bit different on the PS2 version, I'll post them in the comments for comparison.

By the way, remember that photo of a Mitsubishi FTO that I found in the game's files and posted at the bottom of the page?
I was curious where it came from, and after a bit of searching, I found it on this FTO fansite:
Cadillac Ambulance

Grand Theft Auto V (2013)
MintNiko wrote
This is the first time the Bringham has been appeared since GTA 1. Second time if you count it's beta appearance in GTA 3.

Officially, that beta car in GTA 3 doesn't have a name, the Brigham just a nickname by the GTA community. On Rockstar's website it's simply called "Green Car" (scroll to the bottom of the page):
Chevrolet Astro

TASTEE: Lethal Tactics (2016)
This is at least a 1990 Astro, the 1985-89 models didn't have those 3 slots under the grille.
Ferrari F40

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (2004)
MacaStanier22 wrote

Because those were probably mistakes.

They are not necessarily mistakes. In the United States, cars use model years (which is not the actual production year), and usually they go on sale during the previous year. Random example: 1968 Pontiac GTO in a 1967 movie:

So the Mesa and the Stretch could exist during the events of GTA Vice City. On the the hand, in Vice City Stories they are indeed anachronistic.

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2023-05-15 00:33:28
Lotus Cortina

Forza Horizon 2 (2014)
wezymh wrote

I seriously doubt the Ford Cortina was sold in the US. Much less the Lotus Cortina. Its probably from Europe

It was sold in the United States until 1970:
Ford E-Series

Grand Theft Auto V (2013)
nfs_fan06 wrote
This definitely should not be listed as an E-Series. I'm changing it to a 2003 Chevrolet Express; fight me.

I see what you mean, but the game already has the Speedo, and that van is definitely looks closer to a '03 Express than this one. Sure, the Rumpo's headlights, grille and taillights are indeed from the Express, but everything else from the E-Series.

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2023-05-03 15:35:16
Ford Freestyle

Dead Island 2 (2023)
Honestly I don't see an Ascender in this SUV.
Although it's not completely identical, I think it could be a 2005 Ford Freestyle.

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2023-05-02 15:26:57
Buick Verano

American Truck Simulator (2016)
I agree, just simply having German origin for a Verano is a bit weird.
IMCDB also has an option to add "Built in: [country name]" and "Made for: [country name]" next to the country origin, which could be useful for cases like this car - I think it would be a good idea to add these features to IGCD.
That would help clear up things a bit, since there are a lot of inconsistencies on the site right now - for example some of the Opel-based Vauxhalls have British, while others have German origin.

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2023-04-01 16:36:38
Ford Econoline

Silent Hill 2 (2001)
On a closer inspection, this is at least a 1989 model. Older Econolines didn't have that handle over the rear license plate.
GMC Topkick

The Need for Speed (1994)
It seems to be a 1973-88 Chevy or GMC C/K-series:
GMC C-Series

Manhunt (2003)
ww_sanderwolf846_ww wrote

No, it's not. If you look closely at grille you can see the "CJD" badge, which is obviously a parody of GMC. It's a reference to Campbell-John Dick, one of the game's developers.
Pontiac Firebird Trans Am

Grand Theft Auto V (2013)
This car needs a new rear picture, the new update changed the Imponte badge on the rear from chrome to black.
Volkswagen Polo

Watch Dogs (2014)
It looks like a slightly photoshopped VW Golf Mk6.

Gotham Knights (2022)
I'd say it's a mix between a Mercedes W222 and a Cadillac CT6.
Nissan Almera

Polda 5 (2005)
I'd say it's a second generation Nissan Almera (N16):
Pontiac Firebird

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (2004)
MacaStanier22 wrote
Mazda MX-5 NA?

No, it's bigger than a Miata.

I remember it was listed as a 1991 Mercury Capri a few years ago, but then it was deleted from the site.

On a second thought, I'd say it also looks bigger than the Capri.
Could it be a convertible Nissan 240SX?

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2022-10-17 18:02:42
Plymouth Reliant K

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2002)
MacaStanier22 wrote
Possibly the taxi (1993 Chevrolet Caprice) from gta 3?

No, that's the Ariant, the alpha version of the Manana.
It's an edited version of this screenshot:
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