Here it is in action. Look like a few colors: silver, white and poly metal gray.
So how would you feel if PD were to add these then?I also don't like the idea of putting the same car as Gr.3 (GT3) and Gr.4 (GT4). It's a lack of creativity or austerity taken to the last level.
Instead of Viper Gr.4, it should be Charger or Challenger.
Instead of the Corvette Gr.4, it should be Camaro.
Instead of McLaren 650S it should be 570S.
Also, what we are urgently in need of are new brands, like Bentley. Incidentally, I don't even know why Bentley hasn't appeared in GT yet, since it is a subsidiary brand of Volkswagen, which in theory has a good relationship with PD.
I wanted to see not only the new GT3 and GT4 cars, but also racing cars from the past to make up these categories. The BPR Global Series Era GT1 cars of the 94-96 years and the FIA GT1 of the 2000s would fit perfectly in the Gr.3 category. The cast is vast and has classic cars that in a AAA game could not be missing.
That’s what I mean. The Suzuki and Genesis cars, unless gtplanet have more info about the partnership, may have just been those brands reaching out and wanting to be represented. Especially after seeing the Suzuki branded RC F GT3, in one of the World Tours.I expecting the new Civic Gr.4 and the Z Gr.4 , if i had to choose then the new Vantage would deserve refresh the most
Worth noting that Suzuki does not have partnership immunity in Manufacturers Cup for now.That’s what I mean. The Suzuki and Genesis cars, unless gtplanet have more info about the partnership, may have just been those brands reaching out and wanting to be represented. Especially after seeing the Suzuki branded RC F GT3, in one of the World Tours.
WRX Gr.4 seems to be modelled after their Nurburgring 24 Hours race car, to which you can add VLN to the list.Gr.4 has a bit of an identity crisis at the minute. If you look at the other groups, they're all fairly simple to place cars in:
But Gr.4 is trying to be GT4, TCR, S-Tai, and whatever stuff like the WRX Gr.4 is trying to be all at once, and it makes it really hard to figure out what they'd want to add to it for a given manufacturer.
- Gr.1 is prototype race cars
- Gr.2 is top-of-the-line silhouette race cars and homologation specials
- Gr.3 is GT3/E cars, as well as 80s-90s RWD race cars that are around 500BHP so can easily fit into a GT3 BoP
- Gr.B is the catch-all WRC-style rally car group.
- Anything pre-1980 doesn't go in a group even if it would otherwise fit