Hence the lock-down of the previous thread.
I'll be honest, I could name 10 or 15 cars I'd like to see in GT5, but right now I've limited myself to my top two. (SSC Ultimate Aero, and the Toyota TS030 Hybrid)
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No love for my previously posted SRT Viper GTS-R fresh from the factory, as one of the most storied and widely raced production based race cars since the early 90's. Only considered the most raw connection of build a car around the motor, this car embodies everything american about hot rods and racers... but they can actually turn nowadays. BTW, I am not in love with the new thread layout... thus my more uncommon absence these last few weeks. Plus some family stuff, but the kiddo still plays a lot on call of duty, so message me on my PSN if you guys want to find me
The next car I hope that comes to GT5 would be the Nissan Juke - R
Some must see clips of the Nissan Juke-R race and beat super cars!!!!.
A solo and interor drive video clip of the Juke-R.
If you really want to be a part of this thread read the rules, guys. This thread isn't just an 'I want this car' dump.
To echo this for the page...
Cars should be posted with the following information:
Model and Year(s)
Race Series or Class if relevant
Country of Origin (some may be considered international)
Include a picture (please not too big)
Cars should be as manufactured or raced. No personal modifications.
Include a link to more detailed information if relevant.
Write a brief and sensible explanation that would help justify its inclusion. You should make reference to any of the following that are relevant.
Driving Fun Factor
Does the car fill a gap in the list of cars currently in the game?
Is the car desirable to collectors?
Would the car be at home on the racing track?
Is the car of particular importance to a racing series?
Does your car belong to an identifiable category such as (but not limited to) Vintage, Classic, Art, Concept, or Truck?
This information must be included in order for your nomination to be considered for the voting process.
See the Original Post in this thread for more information.
Cars with no link have had the post go missing since the forum migration.
Car (with link to thread post) Quote-UnQuote Manufacturer Year(s) Country R15 plus TDI 2010 Le Mans winner Audi 2010 Germany R18 TDI 2011 Le Mans winner Audi 2011 Germany E30 M3 Original M3 'nuff said BMW 1986-1992 Germany CTS-V High performance sedan Cadillac 2004-present USA Impala SS 409 Iconic muscle car Chevrolet 1963 USA Monte Carlo NASCAR breeding stock Chevrolet 1970-1988, 1995-2007 USA 202 GT, plus variations First modern sports car Cisitalia 1946-1952 Italy Charger SRT8 Charger vs. Challenger Dodge 2008-present USA Testarossa Iconic Ferrari Ferrari 1980's Italy 250GT Racing legend Ferrari 1962-1963 Italy SVT Raptor Lightning partner Ford 2007-present USA Monster Energy Mustang GT, Vaughn Gittin Jr. Drifting and racing Ford 2008-present USA Eagle i-Thrust Innovative and ingenious Hammerhead 2009 England Venom GT Extreme street legal Hennessey Motorsports 2012-2013 USA LX Torana SS A9X Hatchback , Holden Dealer Team #05 Aussie V8 history Holden 1979 Australia RA273 V12 at Monaco! Honda R&D 1967 Japan Agera R Hyper car Koenigsegg 2011-present Sweden Nissan Skyline RS Super Silhouette Formula - [Skyline 2000RS (R30)] Iconic Nissan Nissan 1980's Japan Road Runner Muscle car breeding stock Plymouth (Chrysler Corp) 1970 USA 944 Turbo Worth noting Porsche 1982-1991 Germany Alpine A110-50 Conceptual rebirth Renault 2012 France Renault 5 GT Turbo Pocket rocket Renault 1988-1991 France GTS-R Gorgeous exhaust note! SRT 2013 USA Ultimate Aero TT Race car for the road SSC North America 2009 USA TS030 Hybrid Le Mans prototype Toyota 2012 Japan Tyrrell P34 70's icon Tyrrell 1976 UK
Just a (somewhat) friendly remeinder...
Anything NOT posted in the proper format will NOT be considered for the voting process.
Also, please keep discussions to a minimum... Voting threads will be created for everyone to discuss what they think about this or that car. Please save the "I don't care for" and "I'd rather see a" posts for the vote threads. This thread is for car nominations for vote consideration of the cars you want to see. We do want your inpput, your thoughts and your wants, but PLEASE save the discussions and opinions for the voting threads.
Provided all goes as planned. We are possibly looking at a first round legacy vote before the end of the month, so it won't long before you can post opinions to your hearts content without any issues there. Oz makes that call, so make it easy for him...
Thanks to everyone for understanding and trying to keep this thread in line and as clean as possible for Oz to maintain.
Country of Origin: United Kingdom
The XJR has not been seen since GT3 and in 2004 Jaguar changed the design slightly and used a light aluminum body to reduce weight and increase performance. It is an “R” model that should be included in the future GT series along with the other Jaguar “R” models.
Historical Significance and Heritage:
The first XJ was launched in 1968 and the designation has been used for successive Jaguar flagship models since then. The original model was the last Jaguar saloon to have had the input of Sir William Lyons, the company's founder. It is an iconic car and the “R” version pushes the car further with a 400 hp supercharged engine and an all new light-weight aluminum body.
Driving Fun Factor:
The XJR is a car people don’t expect to be fast and it is truly a sleeper. It is a comfortable elegant ride, but once you press that pedal down the 4.2 L supercharged V8 comes to life and rockets the car to high speeds.
Does the car fill a gap in the list of cars currently in the game? Yes
Is the car desirable to collectors? Yes
Would the car be at home on the racing track? Yes
Is the car of particular importance to a racing series? Yes, it belongs to a family of other “R” models.
Does your car belong to an identifiable category such as (but not limited to) Vintage, Classic, Art, Concept, or Truck? Yes, it would be considered a classic and art.