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Discussion in 'Cars' started by ildd, Jan 20, 2014.
Blistering 20 HP and incredibly light (540 KG)
It's basically a detuned X1
It's amazing such an iconic car has never been in the series.
Considering we had the Daimler in GT4, it is a bit of mystery why a car with arguably the most important history ever has been left out.
The Model T was in GT4.
Shows how little I remember. Good shout.
As was the Patent Wagen. Both are arguably the most influential cars ever created. In a game where cars are appreciated, it's ironic it's not there.
Remember getting at about 100 KM/H in GT4 with this thing
It should be in GT6 along with the Benz and the Daimled
Mainly as they were the first (petrol) cars ever made.
Even if people were to complain if they were brought back (as people did back in GT4), these cars still deserve the right to be in the game as a testament to the history of the automobile
Could you imagine doing a lap on the ring with this? A blistering half hour lap.
I'm sure someone did it in gt4.
I did, it only took about 15 minutes
That's actually a lot faster than I thought it would be... considering the top speed is 12 mph.
My Model T ran about 40 mph most of the way round...
I was thinking of the patent wagon
You cant even get that car to the starting line let alone complete a whole lap of the ring
However, there was someone who was able to do so and got a lap time of 48 hours! (I'll try and find the thread...)
Edit: that was actually the Daimler Motor Carriage, another car that you cant even get that car to the starting line let alone complete a whole lap. Well, someone did, although not stock unfortunately.
If we had the possibility of turning it into a str3et rod, rat rod, etc, that would be sick.
Those things are very cool, I've spotted one before, it was a 1916, actually, but it is still incredible that one was still rolling on the streets.
I saw one a few months ago but it was 1930's
This is the Model T I saw
If the Model T returns to GT, it would be awesome and hilarious if we could apply enough customization to make our very own hot rods, like this:
No, the Model T is just too epic for it to be a hotrod.
Too bad I haven't won it in GT4. It was too damn difficult.
You have to gold all of the Super License events. I have done this for every event-except the last
I would like to see them bring this car back-not only as a novelty, but a novelty that was able to lap the Nurburgring without getting stuck.
I love this car. I never had opportunity to drive it on GT4, but if they add it to GT6 it would be epic. Imagine driving this car with nowadays graphics, with the interior and that awesome wooden wheel. I want it on GT6, along with the Benz and Daimler. It's a must!
I got the Ford T in Gran Turismo 4. Its not fast in that game but it was a nice car to cruise in. I hope if it makes a comeback in later Gran Turismo games it would be tunable so that it would go faster.
There are so many versions of the Model T, the question would be which one?
The one that appeared in Gran Turismo 4 would be perfect