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  • Destroyer2k11999Destroyer2k11999 Member Posts: 1,282 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited December 2017
    2016 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Z51: According to this article

     https://www.caranddriver.com/comparisons/2016-chevrolet-corvette-stingray-z51-vs-2016-ford-mustang-shelby-gt350-final-scoring-performance-data-and-complete-specs-page-4

    The corvette does 0-60 in 3.9 seconds while in game is 4.4; a massive difference. 

    2016 Corvette Z06: I believe it's "mid-range acceleration" is all out of whack in game.

    https://www.motortrend.com/cars/dodge/viper/2016/2016-chevrolet-corvette-z06-vs-2016-dodge-viper-acr-vs-2016-porsche-911-gt3-rs/amp/

    According to this while the in game 1/4mi time is accurate (11.4sec) the trap speed is not, it's trap speed in game is 120mph while in reality it's about 124-129 mph depending on magazine. This shows an inaccurate lack of acceleration past 60mph which even with areo is not accurate.

     This explains why on longer/faster tracks it gets dominated by even a z/28 which shouldn't be the case in reality. If this car is equipped with the 8spd auto it becomes even quicker! 2.95 seconds to 60 and 1/4mi in 10.95 seconds with same trap speed

  • stvhanstvhan Member Posts: 219 ✭✭✭
    edited December 2017

    아우디 rs7 스포츠 백은 쿠페가 아닙니다
    그것은 세단의 4 도어입니다 
    http://www.caradvice.com.au/354291/2015-audi-rs7-sportback-review/
  • Goodhews89Goodhews89 Member Posts: 249 ✭✭✭
    edited January 2018
    0-60 should be 3.6

    The manual cars have a bit slower 0-60, but all of the dsg cars can hit it in 3.6 thanks to launch control.

    And all of the US cars were DSG and they put out 360hp. In Europe DSG was an option and you got 335hp
  • Goodhews89Goodhews89 Member Posts: 249 ✭✭✭
    In 2007 Hummer upped the displacement of the 3.5 to 3.7 and the HP/torque increased to 242hp and 242ft lbs. You have this as still having 225 same as your 2006
  • Goodhews89Goodhews89 Member Posts: 249 ✭✭✭
    HP is way off in the s6 it had 335hp and 315ft lbs

    You have it at 227 and 258 respectively

    Zero to 60 should be 5.6
  • HuacanachaHuacanacha Member Posts: 2,139 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I was curious about the Subaru Levorg being the only medium ride height car with all terrain tires, which gives it a big advantage for its RQ. Going by the 2017 model at least that seems incorrect. Here are the tires per the official Subi spec page:
    http://www.dunloptires.com/en-US/tires/dunlop-sp-sport-maxx-050

    The blurb from that page:
    The high-performance tread design supports maximum handling and performance in warm, dry conditions.

    That sounds more like Performance tires, or Standard depending exactly how you define that threshold. Again, this is for the current model but I assume that is likely the same for the 2016 in game.
  • mikesmikes Member Posts: 3,806 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Yes, the tire choices for the Subaru’s are off. Forester, Crosstrek and Outback should have all surface tires. Levorg and Legacy should be standard. 
  • SolkenspSolkensp Member Posts: 12
    Stracting info from EVO.co.uk the Mitsubishi EVO X FQ-400 has traction control, "Among S-AWC’s arsenal are stability control, an active centre differential and Sport ABS, while the system can be switched between Tarmac, Gravel and Snow modes" but in game it hasn't got.

    http://www.evo.co.uk/mitsubishi/evo/10198/mitsubishi-lancer-evo-x-fq400


     
    Also car stats are incorrect, 0-60 in 3.8 sec and top speed 155 mph (limited)

    http://www.evo.co.uk/mitsubishi/evo/6763/mitsubishi-evo-x-fq-400



  • Destroyer2k11999Destroyer2k11999 Member Posts: 1,282 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Tough to find too much info on this, but the 2016 Mercedes S 400h L is a hybrid despite being listed as petrol in game...its 0-60 is also found to be quicker at 5.7 seconds what the game lists is the 0-100kmph.
    http://www.automobile-catalog.com/car/2016/1908455/mercedes-benz_s_400_hybrid_lang_7g-tronic.html
  • TD42792TD42792 Member Posts: 1,540 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Tough to find too much info on this, but the 2016 Mercedes S 400h L is a hybrid despite being listed as petrol in game...its 0-60 is also found to be quicker at 5.7 seconds what the game lists is the 0-100kmph.
    http://www.automobile-catalog.com/car/2016/1908455/mercedes-benz_s_400_hybrid_lang_7g-tronic.html
    I noticed that too.
  • TD42792TD42792 Member Posts: 1,540 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Ford Focus ST has exact same stats as the Ford Focus ST Superchips. Surely that is wrong and could be corrected in the next patch?
  • ATSR_997ATSR_997 Member Posts: 583 ✭✭✭✭✭
    The year for the Porsche GT2 RS is incorrect. It should be 2011 instead of 2007. The 2007 model was a GT2, not a GT2 RS. 


  • Rutger_KRutger_K Member Posts: 53 ✭✭
    Shouldnt this be a roadster according to the picture?

  • Destroyer2k11999Destroyer2k11999 Member Posts: 1,282 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Yes that Exige is not a coupe, I think this will be changed in the future for sure.
  • HuacanachaHuacanacha Member Posts: 2,139 ✭✭✭✭✭
    It looks like there is a Coupe and Roadseter version of the 2015 Exige S. Both have basically the same performance. The picture appears to be of the roadster but the body type is listed as Coupe. Either could be correct... depends what model was intended to be added.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lotus_Exige#Exige_S_V6_(2012–2015),_Exige_S_V6_Roadster_(2013–2016)
  • ATSR_997ATSR_997 Member Posts: 583 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Ride height for the Audi TT RS is incorrect. It should be LOW instead of Medium 


  • Bucks73Bucks73 Member Posts: 604 ✭✭✭✭
    This is definitely wrong, it's listed as a coupe but its clearly a convertible/cabriolet (and I couldn't use it in the current event!)  Also looks like the Power is wrong by 35HP unless the 2017/18 model got a boost.

     

  • prexprex Member Posts: 647 ✭✭✭✭
    edited January 2018
    Hope this wasn’t posted before. But the search isnt working properly.

    Frontera‘s card is showing a 2nd generation model but it should be a 1st generation one (according to its stats). Further, according Wikipedia, it launched in 1991 but its card says 1989 and it’s called Frontera Sport.

    1st generation:


    2nd generation launched in 1998:


  • Destroyer2k11999Destroyer2k11999 Member Posts: 1,282 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII has an ACD and AYC control just like the FQ 400 so traction control should not only be enabled on this car, but it is a very sophisticated system.
  • joel24joel24 Member Posts: 666 ✭✭✭
    The mercedes S400hL is a hybrid (super rare). The 'h' stands for hybrid.
  • ZaphodZaphod Member Posts: 157 ✭✭✭
    Didn’t see this mentioned... Ford Escort Rally Spec (1970) is marked as a five-seater, should be two-seater
  • O__VERO__VER Member Posts: 1,461 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Several things I have spotted:

    BMW 330d (rare)
    There are a number of mismatched stats here but an easy way to fix it. The picture shows a facelifted coupe which means it must be 2003 or later and the stats agree. The year says 1998 when there was no coupe, no 330d and certainly no facelift as the model had just come out as a sedan only, so the simplest solution here is to make it no longer a 90s car and make it a 2003 model.

    Mercedes Benz 280 GE (rare)
    If this is a 1979 model, the picture shows are far, far more modern G-Class.

    BMW 135i (epic)
    The picture shows a pre-facelifted M135i which were made up to 2015. The power stat suggests this is a 2016 model with the upgraded 322hp engine. So the picture here is incorrect and needs to be of the newer facelifted model.

    BMW 335d (ultra rare)
    This is one for the car spotters. The age suggest a facelifted model but the image shows a pre-facelift. It should have revised LED headlights that extend in towards the grille and subtle revisions to the lower front intake.

    BMW 320d (super rare)
    Again with the BMW facelifts. The E90 3-series received its facelift around 2008 and the picture here definitely shows a facelift model. The power stat here actually suggests a late facelift model so this should actually be a 2010-12 car instead of the 2005 it shows.

    Mercedes-AMG S 63 (epic)
    This one says 2009 but the picture is definitely the latest model. I'm struggling to work out what model it is supposed to be because the stats on the card don't match the picture or the year. I think this is just an inaccurate card all over.

    Mercedes-AMG C 63 (epic)
    The stats here agree that this card is the 2012 model so the date is correct. However the picture shows the much prettier 2015 version, so another incorrect image here.

    Mercedes Benz A 160 (common)
    The image here shows a second generation facelifted car, which is actually over 10 years newer than the car says (2008 vs 1997). The stats say this should be the 1997 model so the photo is very wrong here again.

    Renault Sport Twingo 133 Cup (rare)
    The picture here shows a facelift version which debuted in 2011. The card says 2008. I think the stats are okay either way you change it.

    Renault Sport Twingo GT (uncommon)
    Here I think the year is just wrong because the picture and stats match a 2007 Twingo GT. So basically it shouldn't say 2016 here.

    Suzuki Swift (rare)
    This is in regard to the 2004 model which shows a third generation model in the photo. The stats say this should actually be a Suzuki Swift Sport (needs a name change) and it should be an older second generation image.

    Suzuki Alto (common)
    The stats here show that this should actually be a 2009 model instead of 2004, and the image agrees.

    Vauxhall Maloo R8 LSA (ultra rare)
    This card states that it is a 2016 car but the image is a pre-2013 car. I couldn't work out the stats (possible disparity between the original Holden HSV vehicles and their Vauxhall counterparts) but I would assume that just the image is incorrect.

    That's all for now but I did skim over some manufacturers. There are probably more and I'll post them when I find them.
  • prexprex Member Posts: 647 ✭✭✭✭
    The Mercedes-Benz 280 GE should have ride height „high“. I don’t know how you categorize the height but as, e.g., the GLA 220d has ride height „high“ while it’s 134 mm in reality, the 280 GE has 215 mm and got „medium“ ingame.


  • O__VERO__VER Member Posts: 1,461 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited February 2018
    Found a few more since the other day:

    BMW 730d (rare)
    This one's power rating suggests it is the facelift model that is pictured, but the year says 2002 when a facelift has to be 2005 onwards. Also the top speed stat should be 145, not 148.

    BMW 530d (ultra rare)
    The power stat here suggests a 2005 onward model, but the card says 2004. The picture here is of a later generation (2010 onwards) so that needs to be replaced too.

    Infiniti M45 (ultra rare)
    This is a 2003 car with a V8 engine. And you think it's going to have no ABS and no traction control? Surely that's wrong.
  • joel24joel24 Member Posts: 666 ✭✭✭
    the same car in the pic
  • joel24joel24 Member Posts: 666 ✭✭✭
     
    see the plate no
  • joel24joel24 Member Posts: 666 ✭✭✭
    prex said:
    The Mercedes-Benz 280 GE should have ride height „high“. I don’t know how you categorize the height but as, e.g., the GLA 220d has ride height „high“ while it’s 134 mm in reality, the 280 GE has 215 mm and got „medium“ ingame.


    even the glc (ultra rare) has ride height of high. the glc loogs similar in size to the gla.
  • Destroyer2k11999Destroyer2k11999 Member Posts: 1,282 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII has an ACD and AYC control just like the FQ 400 so traction control should not only be enabled on this car, but it's a very sophisticated traction control system...per the following article. 

    http://www.carenthusiast.com/reviews/article/618/-/2004-Mitsubishi-Lancer+Evolution+VIII/260.html
  • QuotexQuotex Member Posts: 5
    1983 Honda CR-X 1.6i-16 (Uncommon) Incorrect Model Year, Incorrect Image/Name, Incorrect Stats

    There's quite a few things wrong with this one, so i'll just start with showing the vehicle in question:

    As you can probably see, the car in the image is actually a 3rd generation civic (Late model, Low end Trim), i would suggest changing the image, and maybe reuse the current one for a different vehicle card.

    Unfortunately, i wasn't able to find any decent-quality imagery of the first generation CR-X 1.6i-16 trim level, so i would suggest you change the current card to the 1988 version, of which i was able to find a high-quality image (source):


    The stats would have to be overhauled slightly to be fitting for the new model:

    Specifications (from automobile-catalog.com):
    MY 1988 (was 1983)
    Top Speed: 132mph ( +11mph)
    0-60mph: 7.1 (-0.9)
    Weight: 910kg (+10kg)
    Grip: ??? (Not sure how you calculate this)
    Peak Power: 129 (130 now, can be left unchanged i guess)
    Peak Torque: 105 (Unchanged)
    TCS: No (Unchanged)
    ABS: No (Unchanged)
    Seating: 4 (+2, believe it or not, this thing has a rear bench, the same goes for the CR-X Si)
    Body Style: Hatchback (the rear still opens as a hatch, so it technically is a hatchback, i suggest making the same change for the Si civic)

    Considering it was already on the high-end E-Tier, i would suggest maybe buffing it up to low end D-tier to compliment the stat buff.

    /end nitpicking

  • QuotexQuotex Member Posts: 5
    edited February 2018
    Edited this post, my post seems to have been duplicated.
    Post edited by Quotex on
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