| Vxctec wrote |
So maybe it should be listed as a made for game vehicle?
It think it is better for this car to be listed as a Suzuki Verona, most of the details match. Itíll be quite unfair for us to list this as MFG, considering how detailed this prop car looks, which obviously has a real life influence.
Plus, weíll list this as a Korean car, so that we will acknowledge the contributorís early guess of this being a compact Korean hatchback.
| Vxctec wrote |
Other than the huge blinkers not in the headlights and the different triangular shaped taillights, I guess the Verona is acceptable.
For the taillights, it came right off a Dodge Neon.
So basically, it is a mix of different cars; a front-end of a Nissan Altima, the body of a Suzuki Verona, and the taillights of a Dodge Neon.
So, what will be the final decision? It sure as hell ainít a Chevrolet Optra since it looks far apart from the real thing.
|But personally, this car overall resembles a Suzuki Verona. Details such as the sloping roofline, window pillars, and even the front and the rear end (somehow) looks like it was inspired from the Verona.|
Think about it people.
|This car has a resemblance to mid-size sedans sedans sold by Asian manufacturers (Japan and South Korea) during the early 2000s.|
So therefore, Iíd say it is a mix of Kia Optima and a Nissan Altima. It is too large to be a Chevy Optra.
|The overall shape of the car seems more like a Ford Mustang SN95 rather than a Skyline.|
|Additionally, there's no such thing as a 1997 Premio. The Toyota Premio first appeared in 2001 as a replacement for the Corona. At this time, both the Corona and it's sister model, the Carina would be Japanese market exclusives. At this time, they were now replaced by either the Camry or the Avensis in export markets.|
|It's a Toyota Crown, an S170 to be exact, not a Premio. That 3D vehicle model is used in a fuck ton of animes.|
|Clearly itís a mix of a Mercedes-Benz Vito and a Mazda MPV for a front end. |
The Last of Us Part II (2020)
|I love how nobody really wants to complete this page.|
|Either a Z10/Z20 Toyota Soarer or a Nissan SKyline R30.|
|Can an admin change the surname and switch it to playable?|
Surname is "Smith Moray", apperantly it has been following the Mafia 3 nameplate instead of being called the Smith Thunderbolt, like in Mafia 2.
Also, it has another variant of much more similar to the Bolt Thrower on the first game.
|Agree on Chevrolet Cavalier|
|Renault Twingo II?|
|Don't know about you but this to me, certainly looks like a Ford Thunderbird, 10th gen to be exact.|
| Alif R wrote |
+1 for Accord
Make it 2
| TheGreaser wrote |
Ford Ranger from The Last of Us (2013).
Literally any ND games since like TLOU onwards I think
Also it's kinda weird the same car was listed as a Hilux on the Uncharted 4 page
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|Headlamps is definately based on GMT800 GMC Yukon.|
But I would say Lincoln Navigator tailights though as opposed to the Lexus LX.
I mean, they are both made by Ford. So basically they just added a little "luxury" touch to it. The developers would just keep it American.
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|I can see 1989+ Peugeot 605 with 5th gen Accord headlights|
| Alif R wrote |
Where do you find that line?
"the sometimes swampy coniferous forest of high northern latitudes, especially that between the tundra and steppes of Siberia and North America."
Nice reference lol
| carcrasher88 wrote |
Pretty sure this is Hot Wheels' Fandango casting. All of the cars in this game look like they're based on a Hot Wheels casting, IMHO.
Now that you said it, it looks like it.
|Kinda looks like a Toyota RAV4 and maybe an Isuzu VehiCross|
|Agree on BMW 6 Gran Coupe|
Yup, Lincoln MKZ with Impala rear end.
|I would say Commodore VE body with Monaro front end|
|Overall looks like a Forester|
|That typical Japanese detective's car|
| rozanoff wrote |
2004 Suzuki Wagon R
Sure same thing here. But the front fascia is somehow similar to the Mirage Dingo to me, but the whole body is pretty much based on the Wagon R.
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Zettai Zetsumei Toshi 3: Kowareyuku Machi to Kanojo no Uta (2009)
|Cover of the game, can't upload for some reason:|
One of the names was misspelled, can an administrator change "Disanster" to "Disaster"?
|Some sort of Porsche|
|It looks more of a Dodge Diplomat rather than a LTD CV to be honest|
|Toyota FJ Cruiser|
-- Last edit: 2020-07-16 07:09:42
|Nissan Pathfinder (R52)|
|Toyota Land Cruiser (J200)|
|Pre-facelift Ford Escape (C250)|
|2012+ Hyundai Santa Fe|
|Is this for real though? Did they just really bought a license to use their logo for the game?|
|To be honest, it looks like a Mk.3 Ford Mondeo|
|Knowing all cars is great, but being a too much of a perfectionist isn't cool bro. Nobody cares if the comment isn't long enough as long as the reader gets what's his/her idea or whatsoever. |
No need to pop the champagne, I'm staying on IMCDb to identify real vehicles, that don't just exist in the minds of their developers (this one isn't like that, but you know what I mean) and that have no definite ID.
Same thing my dude lmao
|Mist likely reused model from Counter Strike or Left 4 Dead|
| cherrier_vivace wrote |
|Looks like it|
|Agree on LiteAce|
| TheGreaser wrote |
Was thinking of Outback