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The video speaks for itself.
Bring every era for GT's F1 cars, F1500T-A for 80s, some of the GT3 ones for 90s, Formula GT for 00s, and a modern one like this, etc.
Wings and wheels need to fall off when there's a major collision.PD really need to improve collision physics and damage if they're going to add more open wheelers. Right now they just behave exactly like regular cars, bumping into each other with no issue. It was OK in 2001, not so much in 2021.
From my wishlist a few pages back:It's not "all new" and I haven't read the whole thread to see if anyone's put this up here.
We Aussies have the Ford XR8, but where're the Holdens?
A small selection of v8 Supercar Holdens
The VE SS Commodore 'cause it's the sweet spot (IMHO) of the modern Holden era. 6.2L LS2, 450bhp (the spec says 430 I think but in the real world it's roughly 450) and 530nm torque. 6-speed manual.
My brother bought one recently. He'd waited 12 years and it's been his dream car since it dropped around 2008 (IIRC). The shape, wheel guards, suspension, gearbox and motor are an absolutely-brilliant pairing; it's essentially the mature build IMHO. Its superb drivability alone makes it an ideal candidate for GT IMHO.
He sent me this pic the other day of his vehicle parked on the offramp just as you start to come down the mountain at Bathurst, where he's living now as of last week. It looks better from the front 'cause the black badge and beautiful front-wheel flares are obvious, but hey, he wanted to get the view from the "mountain" in the shot so it is what it is:
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Holden VF Commodore Motorsport Edition '17
Holden VX Supercar '00
Holden ZB Commodore Supercar '18
HSV GTS-R W1 '17
HSV Coupe 4 '04
So you want the older less powerful variant because it has 1 extra gear?Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X GSR Premium SST 2013 in 300ps. Not Final Edition 2015 which only have 5 speed stock transmission.
Le Mans GT1 cars (e.g. McLaren F1 GTR Longtail, Mercedes Benz CLK GTR/LM, Nissan R390 GT1, Panoz Esperante GTR-1, Porsche 911 GT1-98, Toyota GT-One TS020 - GT1 version, not the LMP version) from the '90s aren't quick enough to be in Gr. 1, so they'll most likely be in Gr. 2.GTE cars can be a good addition for GT7. Vantage GTE, 488 GTE... This cars could be in Gr.3. Moreover, others good addition in GT7 are TCR cars in Gr.4 and DTM cars in Gr.2. However, if GT7 are GT1 cars like Porsche 911 gt1 or Mercedes CLK LM, in which group will they be? I think in Gr.1 with a low PP.