|It's a wrecked version of the De Tomaso with different taillights: igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=46248|
|Without the hood scoop, this is only a Cooper and not Cooper S|
|Mercedes-Benz SLR Mclaren|
|Jaguar F-Type (maybe Project 7 given the name & livery) with Maserati GranTurismo front |
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|2005 Jeep Hurricane concept|
| Vxctec wrote |
I have said it on the other picture and I will say it again. Only the grille on this vehicle matches the Toyota Yaris. The rest of it is derived from the Mini Cooper, with the taillights being from the Agyo. I can tell that if it had 2 doors at each side, then even a Fiat 500L would be a better choice over this than the Yaris at any time.
I'm going to have to disagree with you there. Nothing on this car resembles a Mini of any generation (and I should know because I own one and am 3D modeling another).
Perhaps the Yaris isn't the best fit, but several details are reminiscent of the Aygo, such as the rear bumper and the overall silhouette.
| rayjunhwang1357x wrote |
What are you talking about? The model origin is USA, not Germany.
As I explained in the link provided, very little about the VW New Beetle is actually American and I think they should all be changed to German across the site.
Yes, the original concept car that the New Beetle was based on was designed in California (it's not unusual for cars to be designed in countries other than their origin), but the production car was designed and built in Germany, even if production moved to Mexico later. It's not like the New Beetle was exclusive to North America, and in fact certain models like the New Beetle RSi were exclusive to Europe.
|Proportionally it fits a Gallardo or Huracan better than the new Countach|
|Ferrari 458 Italia|
| Silnev wrote |
If you can get replacements that could be cool. Better rear images would also be good.
I might try getting replacements for the whole game then when I get some time. Is it better to post replacements in the comments or upload them as new vehicles?
| Silnev wrote |
Cool, you wanna be credited for these or would you rather get new pics?
I'll take the credit for this, the '59 Cadillac & Silver Eagle Fire Truck, unless you think they need replacing? This one in particular is a bit mad.
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|Of the 3 MPVs on this platform, I went for the SEAT Alhambra (instead of the VW Sharan or Ford Galaxy) based on the grille. I also listed it as German, since it's essentially a rebadged version of those other minivans. |
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|I just realised that the main images on here for the cut vehicles in this game are actually screenshots that I took for the Midtown Madness 2 wiki over 10 years ago.|
There's also 2 cut traffic vehicles that are missing - the pickup truck from the first game ( igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=21859 ) and a minivan similar to a Ford Galaxy / VW Sharan / SEAT Alhambra)
| Leandro wrote |
ZAZ? But that's a russian company, not ukranian
The first Z in ZAZ stands for Zaporizhzhia, the city in Ukraine where they are based (which is also where the model name Zaporozhets comes from).
Most ZAZ cars on this site were made while Ukraine was part of the Soviet Union, hence the confusion.
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|In the movie, this is a Golf IV: www.imcdb.org/vehicle_525906-Volkswagen-Golf-Typ-1J-2003.html|
| Bruisemobile wrote |
As I said before, the New Beetle isn't of German origin technically. Its origin is USA.
As I've said before, that's not really true. I explained my reasoning here: igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=269586
There wasn't much of a consensus back then, but I would like to see some discussion on this topic because the American origin is bogus.
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| Vxctec wrote |
But it is still an American model that is differed from the German version. The Ford Transit in ATS is listed as a German model when it isn't.
That is pretty much exactly what I said about the Buick, but the Transit is a different case.
The Transit has a history as a European market model dating back over 50 years, whereas it only came to the US market in 2014. Ford of Europe is based in Germany, and most EU-origin Fords are listed as German to reflect that, including most other Transits.
It's worth mentioning that the location of a vehicle's manufacture is not necessarily what the origin on IGCD refers to - instead it's more about the cultural context of what country the vehicle is associated with.
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| Vxctec wrote |
So this is an American-made vehicle and not a German one, the manufacturing plants GM own in Germany are only associated with Opels.
I believe the reason for it being listed as German is because IMCDb views it as a rebadged Opel Astra. I'm not sure if that's an entirely correct assumption though - it does share the same platform as the Astra (as do many other vehicles like the Chevrolet Cruze & Volt), but unlike the Chinese Buick Excelle XT (which is literally an Astra with a Buick badge slapped onto it), the Verano/Excelle GT has it's own unique design.
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|Not that I want to add fuel to this argument, but this car's boxy design probably leans more towards the older R129 SL than the R230|
|Pretty sure that's a 350Z interior|
|Toyota Tundra 2007-21|
|There is no car called the Chevrolet Avenger, and this car appears to actually be a 2012 Bowler EXR S.|
|MD Helicopters MH-6 Little Bird?|
|While playing the game I always saw these as a Volvo (possibly a FM). It has Actros headlights (although mounted lower than on the real thing), but otherwise the front end does have some Volvo-like features. |
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|Looks like a cut-down version of the Citroen C1 igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=235785|
|In the sequel, the successor of this car appears to be the Gallie, which implies that this is meant to be a Ford Galaxie (likely a '63) igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=289304|
Also, these use space/astrology-themed names (Centaurus, Milky Way, Andromeda), just like Galaxie
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|Appears to be a successor to the Senpai from the original game, which was listed as a '68 AMC Javelin www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=220017|
However, in that game its really only the front end that looked like the AMC, but here its been changed to something else.
|Appears to be a successor to The Deer from the original game, which was listed as a '68 Impala www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=219976|
|Appears to be a successor to the Derby Fighter from the original game, which was listed as a '70 Monte Carlo www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=219965|
|Appears to be a successor to the Package GT from the original game, which was listed as a '67 Mustang www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=219967|
|This is not a Camaro. The name implies this is a Dodge Charger, but the body shape probably resembles the Challenger more. |
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| Speedevil wrote |
The name doesn't really matter.
Maybe, but it does give an insight into what the developers were thinking when they made these cars and for the most part they seem fairly reliable for identification in this game.
This car for example could very easily be a Camaro, especially since the body style for this generation is shared with the Firebird it's currently listed as.
|The details seem to be pointing towards a Japanese car, particularly with that Civic-like front end. The name implies it could be a Nissan Skyline (maybe a '72), but I'm really not sure about that.|
|The name implies this is a Chevrolet Camaro|
|The name implies this is a Chevrolet Impala, possibly a '65 based on the body shape|
|The name implies this is a Ford Mustang GT, which the body shape supports|
|The name implies this is a Ford Galaxie|
|The name implies this is a Chevrolet Monte Carlo, possibly a '70|
|The name implies this is a '69 Chevrolet Camaro, which the body shape hints at, especially in the roof shape|
|The name implies this is a Chevrolet Camaro, possibly a '10 based on the body shape|
|The name implies this is a '98 Pontiac Firebird|
|The body shape reminds me of the Mercedes-Benz CLS (C257)|
|Looks to me liks this could be the front of the Kamaz: igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=283881 but grafted onto a slightly altered body of the London bus from the previous game: igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=202107|
| Vxctec wrote |
Yes, but the Model S has always been classified as a sedan, and has a conventional trunk.
Well that's not exactly correct. The Tesla Model S is a liftback.
Liftbacks are in a weird middle-ground between hatchbacks & sedans/coupes where they are essentially those body styles but with a hatchback-style trunk. Frankly I've always hated the way liftbacks are always considered hatchbacks on here (since true hatchbacks have their own distinct shape), but that's the way it is for now.
|'97 Toyota Avensis Estate|
|'67 Triumph Herald 13/60 Convertible|
|License plate says Bora, as in 1974 Maserati Bora|
| rozanoff wrote |
Reminds me a little bit on Renault Eolab.
It's very similar, especially looking at the sides.
|If we're going to list the civilian version, it should be listed as a Ford Fusion. |
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|Like the sedan version, this is a mix of Impala, Cadillac & Fairlane. Although the sedan's body is clearly based on the Cadillac DeVille, there was no wagon based on that platform, however both the Fairlane & Impala were available as wagons. Of the two, it's probably closer to the Fairlane, but should it be listed as a Cadillac anyway for consistency with the sedan?|