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Subaru Impreza 22B-STi

Real Racing 3 (2013)
Throw a BRZ, a WRX and a third generation Impreza into RR3 too, it's criminal that this is the only Subaru in the game.
Volkswagen Golf

Real Racing 3 (2013)
Victor_2003 wrote

Its a EA game, no doubt would have a crappy progression where you farm for 6 months to get 10% of progress.

That's basically your opinion. The game works for me, and is also perfectly balanced.
Volkswagen Golf

Real Racing 3 (2013)
Victor_2003 wrote

The only problem with Real Racing is the pay to win.

Not quite in my experience, compared to the other mobile racing games I've played.
Rimac Nevera

Real Racing 3 (2013)
It's pretty cool how this company instantly blew up slightly after they released the Nevera. 0-60 in 1.74 seconds. This is currently the fastest sports car I've seen.
Audi R8

Real Racing 3 (2013)
I'm really curious as to why Audi just decided to cease production of this beautiful supercar...
Ferrari SF90 Stradale

Real Racing 3 (2013)
Keep in mind that production began in 2019 until today.

Real Racing Next (2024)
Daboi492 wrote

Does this also mean the end of RR3? itís been going for almost 10 years so I wouldnít be surprised if they cap it off now

Extremely unlikely, no. Real Racing 3 is the most popular mobile racing game EA has if I am not incorrect. They still have more updates planned for RR3 in the future.
Saleen S1

The Crew 2 (2018)
Speedevil wrote

I think that's going to change soon though, the car really has nothing to do with China now.

Actually, a Saleen S1 manufacturing plant does exist in China. You can go online and check.

18 Wheels of Steel: Haulin' (2006)
nfs_fan06 wrote
Because the trucks in ATS are more detailed and of much higher quality.

Well, I'm talking about old truck models specifically. For example, the International 9200, the Kenworth T-600, and Freightliner Columbia would be interesting additions in ATS. These are still common on American roads, transporting cargo and moving all over the place.
Honda Civic

Euro Truck Simulator 2 (2012)
Egon wrote
That front facscia looks absolutely horrible and doesn't even fit the rest of the car. How can anyone from SCS be pleased with this model that it gets added in the game?

I would say that the headlights require some changing. Especially the grille, which should be toned darker in my opinion. The rear bumper needs a redesign for sure.

Truck Simulator 2018: Europe (2018)
Games like this are technically just shitty mobile knockoffs of PC game titles/franchises. Reviews of these certain games are clogged with negative criticism anyway.
Iveco Crossway

Euro Truck Simulator 2 (2012)
The headlights and taillights fail to match the Crossway, but the sides are clearly different from the Volvo 7700. I'd say made for game.
Made for Game SUV (2013)
COOK51991 wrote
this a Captur

That doesn't work. Body is too small for a Captur.
Volvo B12 B

The Crew 2 (2018)
The Volvo B12 does not exist in the United States. Instead, it should be a 9700 which is available for the North American market.

Model origin: Mexico.
Jaguar XJ220

The Crew 2 (2018)
princesscake wrote
Glad Crew 2 is still adding 90's cars (and that they haven't shut down the servers yet...) but will we ever get some domestic ones? I'd love to see a 94 Mustang or a Viper or even something like a C/K or Ford Explorer.

Well, judging by how things are going, that's probably it for The Crew 2.
Chrysler Town & Country (2013)
vocal95 wrote
Pontiac inspired front-end

Yeah, it does remind you of the Montana.
Subaru Impreza (2013)
AHotWheelsCollector wrote

Just they look out of place compared to the images taken in newer versions of the game.

Eh, they're quite fine in my eyes.
Made for Game SUV (2013)
Cherrier is meant to be a fictional French brand according to BeamNG's website. So it's certainly not a Hyundai/Kia. I don't see anything Korean about this vehicle, personally.

The Last of Us (2013)
The front is closely related to this bus that I found:

Couldn't find anything reminiscent to the sides nor the rear. Might as well be listed as a made for game vehicle.
Moskvitch 2141

American Truck Simulator (2016)
Winterland does not have an official location in the game. The map appears in both ATS and ETS2, so it's technically impossible to say it could be the US or Europe.
Audi A3 Sedan

Euro Truck Simulator 2 (2012)
Ivan8065 wrote
Well, it looks slightly different from the real A3 in some areas. SCS must have changed the design.
Audi S5 Sportback

Need for Speed: Unbound (2022)
Let's be thankful that Audi has finally returned to the franchise!
Lexus IS

Hitman (2016)
Front: Jaguar F-Type.
Rest of the car: Lexus IS.
GM TDH 5303

Gangstar: New Orleans (2017)
Did they even have these buses in New Orleans?
Made for Game Hatchback

Microsoft Flight Simulator (2020)
A poorly mutated A-Class.
Antonov An-225 Mriya

Microsoft Flight Simulator (2020)
truckENJOYER wrote

At least, Antonov are trying to rebuild it...

A second An-225 was actually being made, but production got halted in the late 2000s. But yes, there are plans to rebuild it, and the cost will be around $500 million.
Renault E-Tech T

Euro Truck Simulator 2 (2012)
There are so many trucks needed in the game, and all they could add is this?

Also, shouldn't it be listed as playable since it will eventually be able to operate in the game?
Renault E-Tech T

Euro Truck Simulator 2 (2012)
Silnev wrote
I get that, but I mean what update does this covered version appear?

I'm not sure about this either.
Chevrolet Suburban

American Truck Simulator (2016)
That that supposed to be a tick?

Smashy Road: Wanted 2 (2021)
Go with the Fiat Cinquecento.
Suzuki Hustler

Smashy Road: Wanted 2 (2021)
The Suzuki Hustler doesn't work. Give the second generation Skoda Fabia a shot instead. This vehicle does spawn in the map which is technically based on the Netherlands.

Smashy Road: Wanted 2 (2021)
Best match is the Jaguar X-Type.
Hyundai Rotem TCDD E32000

Euro Truck Simulator 2 (2012)
Hint: This is a Turkish State Railway company train by the paint scheme.
Kenworth T-680

American Truck Simulator (2016)
Antti-san wrote
In addition to this, several other upcoming new trucks were previewed in the Christmas stream: the new Peterbilt 579, Mack Pinnacle, the facelifted International LT and the first electric truck, the Volvo VNR Electric. :D

Waiting for the VNR Electric and the 2020 FH in ETS2. :king:

American Truck Simulator (2016)
hanwoo wrote
Wow, DAF XG+ in ATS? Easter egg.

It is also quite hard to import these trucks into the United States, plus they aren't suitable for American trucking, so it is odd that they have this in the game.
Honda Accord

Euro Truck Simulator 2 (2012)
They could have remodeled this with TSX styling in ATS. I have no idea why they didn't.
Made for Game Ship

Euro Truck Simulator 2 (2012)
Reused model from an older SCS game:
International LT

Cities: Skylines II (2023)
Nickolay27PM wrote
Peterbilt 579

How is this a Peterbilt? The headlight shape, grille and body design are corresponding to the International LT. It doesn't have any similarities to a 579 or any other truck made by Peterbilt.
Toyota Hilux

Cities: Skylines II (2023)
Ukulele_TheBailey wrote
I considered the Tundra and the Tacoma but to me it looks like a Hilux

Looks more like a Honda Ridgeline than any Hilux to me honestly.
Kinki Sharyo ameriTram

Cities: Skylines II (2023)
Not saying that its anything different, but the paint scheme is almost similar to the one on the trams in Toronto:
Chevrolet Silverado

Cities: Skylines II (2023)
Nickolay27PM wrote
F-450 for sure

It should be.
Porsche Taycan Turbo

Need for Speed: Unbound (2022)
AudiRS4 wrote

Please no, the Taycan has ruined lower class online racing already. EA should either nerf it or put into S+ class stock, which they most likely won't.

You should be aware that The Crew and Forza are far ahead of Need For Speed when it comes on to EVs, so EA might definitely consider adding more electric cars to catch up with their competitors, either in Unbound or the coming NFS titles. It's certainly a good thing for the franchise to have a more diverse range of vehicles, ranging from electric sport cars to gas-powered trucks and SUVs and whatnot.

I really don't understand why some people are distraught over the idea?
Made for Game Aeroplane

Smashy Road: Wanted 2 (2021)
Better off to list it as made for game. Itís unfeasible to identify with many of the parts missing.
Ford Mustang

Cities: Skylines II (2023)
rozanoff wrote

It's have a Charger-style front

Of course, thatís also equivalent.
Dodge Aries

Smashy Road: Wanted 2 (2021)
I was thinking of a Mustang SVT Cobra before I took a closer look. The Dodge works better instead.
Chevrolet Tahoe

Smashy Road: Wanted 2 (2021)
I think it makes more sense to say it's a third generation. It sure does have a more parallel style than the fourth generation.
Cadillac XTS

Cities: Skylines II (2023)
Comfortably Numb wrote
More like Buick.

It does not match, except for the grille, and Buick hearses simply do not exist anymore.
Audi A7 Sportback

Cities: Skylines II (2023)
It is a bit easier to identify this car, thanks to the new images. Changing my outlook on this, the front fascia resembles the Honda Accord, the rear lights and body shape match the Audi A7, except that the trunk shape is slightly more vertical.

It should be an A7.
Renault Mťgane

Cities: Skylines II (2023)
tavaresjpc wrote
It's basically a 4th gen megane hatchback with a different front fascia.

Hmm...I suppose the Megane dominates the rear, however the rest of the vehicle is certainly akin to the Lexus CT and it shows. The front fascia with a larger grille, the side patterns, and the C-Pillar. 75% of it has a Japanese-like feel, and with some European touches included.
Chevrolet Malibu

Cities: Skylines II (2023)
plasticbodypanels wrote
front is a chevrolet malibu, body is maybe a dodge, rear is a mazda6

I'd say the taillights correlate to the ones on a Cruze than a Mazda. The full-size body style combined with the front delivers the inspiration of a Malibu, so it is definitely a Chevrolet in my viewpoint.
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