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Cars from other games

Started by alanrotoi, February 06, 2022, 01:38:45 AM

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Which car did we bring from other games?

Porsche 911: Test Drive, The Need For Speed
Lotus Esprit: Test Drive, Test Drive 2,  Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge, Lotus Turbo Challenge 2 y Lotus III: The Ultimate Challenge.
McLaren Honda: Grand Prix Circuit, Grand Prix Unlimited
Ferrari F40: Test Drive 2, Car & Driver
Ford Crown Victoria: Test Drive, Test Drive 2
Ford Ranger: Ford Simulator
Lancia Stratos: Sega Rally Championship 2
Nissan Skyline: Need For Speed, GTA San Andreas
Porsche 959: Test Drive 2
Lamborghini Diablo: Test Drive 3, The Need For Speed
Ferrari Mythos: Test Drive 3
Ferrari Testarossa: Test Drive, Test Drive 2
Ferrari 512: The Need For Speed            

What else?


Test Drive 3 :
Dodge Stealth
Honda NSX
Chevrolet corvette cerv III

NFS 3 :
Lamborghini Diablo
Ferrari F355

GT racing 97 :
Ferrari F355
Ferrari 456
Porsche 911
Mclaren F1
Jaguar XJ 220
Ferrari TestaRossa
Chevrolet corvette
Lamborghini Diablo


Btw doing this list I realized that the porsche in test drive (911) is different of test drive 2 (959) ;D


A 911 is present in td2 in an additional pack.

The 959, countach, f40 ans esprit are in car and driver.


Quote from: Ryoma on February 06, 2022, 01:35:45 PM
A 911 is present in td2 in an additional pack.

You mean Ruf Twin Turbo? It is and it isn't at the same time. I tend to think it as a different car.


A few more entries:

Gran Turismo 2
Nissan Skyline GT-R (R32)
Dodge Viper RT/10
Toyota Sprinter Trueno (AE86)
Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione
(... and probably quite a few others, in this one and other versions. Also some of the DSI cars: NSX, non-Evo Delta, ZR1 (C4).)

The Need For Speed
Dodge Viper RT/10
(Also some DSI cars: NSX, ZR1 (C4).)

Need For Speed II SE
Jaguar XJ220
McLaren F1

Near-matches: both Gran Turismo 2 and Need For Speed II feature a Lotus Esprit, though it's the mid-nineties revision rather than Zapper's '89 model. Need For Speed II SE features the Ferrari 355 F1 (with a semi-automatic transmission) from 1997.