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Webcarstory
Rinspeed wrote For others things, and simplifications:
Erase the vote for the design of a car?
Erase the translation of colors (only English/French)?
Erase the equipments of Limited series and just put the infos at the top (year/color/engine..) of the pages + the 3 pics = lot amount of work to not do as the equipments will gone and no more translation to do for them?

What you think all of this changes? It's just for a simplification of the website and less work for us

I think it's good, we are not a big team, so making the website a little bit simpler works.
2019-04-15 17:43
2000-2001 Pontiac Aztek [U-Body]
A taste of what is yet to come. ;)

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2019-04-11 18:26
2019 ERC: European Rally Championship
Rinspeed wrote
Other new, as you can see Car Spotting is gone, replace by Upcoming Cars

That's great, thanks!
2019-04-06 20:34
Since 2017 Toyota Yaris Mk.III
Maki wrote Looks like there won't be a 2019 version of the Yaris.
www.autoblog.com/2019/01/24/toyota-yaris-liftback-discontinued/

Correct, however we won't discontinue it on the website since the car is still for sale on the official Toyota website.
2019-03-31 11:55
Since 2019 Mitsubishi eK Wagon Mk.IV
Went on sale today, I will add the eK and Dayz completely when I have more pictures. 2019-03-28 17:53
2017 DS Code X
2017, presentation 2019?? 2019-03-25 21:49
Since 2019 Nissan Dayz MkII
carcrasher88 wrote Wow, these look great! I assume this and the eK are the first true collaborative products since Mitsubishi became part of the alliance with Renault and Nissan, right?

Love how they gave each brand their own visual identity, which is rather rare in the kei car market, where most rebrandings are simple rebadges, while here the Dayz looks like a Nissan, and the eK looks like a Mitsubishi without one being confused for the other.

Technically I guess they are, but the Otti/Dayz has always been a rebadged Mitsubishi eK, ever since its first generation. I doubt this one is any more Nissan than the previous ones.

The Nissan depicted here is the Highway Star version, which looks a bit more glamorous. The regular Dayz looks exactly like the eK Wagon. The eK, on the other hand, has a more "cool" looking version, the eK X: i.wheelsage.org/pictures/m/mitsubishi/ek_x/mitsubishi_ek_x.jpeg
As you can see, this is inspired by the recent Delica D:5 facelift, giving it Mitsubishi identity.

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2019-03-18 22:55
Webcarstory
Rinspeed wrote I think this summer (or before if i have time) i will update a little WCS.
Tell me what is good, what is bad and what we can do if you have ideas.

> Question on the first page
- It was a fun idea, but it seems hard to keep this going. Maybe it's better to remove it?

> Bonus points
- I don't think points are that valuable, but there are a few people who add a red dot for one country for cars in the bonus points section.

> Championships
- Not my area

> Top 10
- Difficult to complete with data usually being in that country's language, or only being accessible afer paying. I still think it's interesting though.

> Car Spotting
- Seems like nobody does this anymore, it might be more interesting to put images on IGCD Discord.

> Upcoming Cars
- Would be nice to have an overview of the cars in this category. That way we can see if there are "upcoming cars" that are already for sale, as well as look at the cars that are going to be coming in the future.

> Colors
- Not interesting to me and it's an absurd amount of work.

> Limited Series
- Same as colors. Time spent on this could be spent adding new cars to the website.

> Advertising videos
- Fun, although I don't really watch any :)

> Model cars
- Not interesting to me

> System of translation
- Hard to implement. Random members translating the website can make mistakes, and it's not always clear what something means. The website could be more accessible if we had Chinese, Japanese, Russian, etc., but I don't think it's possible to have these languages. Also: If you translate the website into another language, it encourages people to comment in a different language > communication between members becomes more difficult.

> System of points members
- It's easy to say as the person with the most points, but I don't really care for it. Originally it was used to see whether someone could be an admin or not, but I think we can tell by how much work someone does, and whether they do good work.
2019-03-17 17:33
Since 2019 Mitsubishi eK Wagon Mk.IV
Rinspeed wrote ??

My bad, they were supposed to go in the Upcoming Cars category.
2019-03-15 19:11
Since 2019 Mazda 3
I don't think the 2.0 is a hybrid, it's just a regular petrol engine. 2019-03-10 13:22
1955-1957 BMW Isetta Series I
The_Medical_Car wrote The Isetta does prove that smaller is better

Why?
2019-03-08 20:11
Since 2018 Ferrari 488 GTE Evo
I think it would be good. I keep track of all upcoming cars I add, but I have seen ones that say Since 2017 around the website. I think those were forgotten. 2019-03-08 12:15
2002-2005 Honda Accord Series VII
Maki wrote Accords of this generation were also built in Japan and Mexico, and then exported to North America.
imcdb.opencommunity.be/index.ks?page=forum_topic&id=7467&index=0

The Mexican plant should be El Salto, Jalisco instead of just Jalisco. Jalisco is the state.
Also, if you are making changes for an entire "generation", please take in account that you also have to edit the page of the facelifted version.

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2019-03-03 10:11
Since 2019 Kia Telluride
No better pictures for this yet, but I expect some soon. 2019-03-02 13:01
Since 2019 Jetta VS5
fck wrote
It's Seat Ateca clone.

Which is entirely German under the surface..
2019-03-01 07:39
Since 2019 Jetta VS5
Origin Spain? 2019-02-28 22:41
Since 2017 Lynk & Co 01
I think they have been on sale in China for a while already. In Europe it will start either this year or next year. 2019-02-24 22:04
1959-1967 Jaguar Mark 2
This should be Mark II I think. 2019-02-23 18:26
Since 2007 Mitsubishi Delica D:5
Sales of the pre-facelift Delica D:5 are continued for now, but only with gasoline engines, which the post-facelift model doesn't have. 2019-02-15 18:27
Since 2018 Honda S660 Neo Classic
Rinspeed wrote
Desscythe17, can you verify this please? www.webcarstory.com/voiture.php?id=32585

It's OK.
2019-02-01 10:32
1959-1960 De Soto Fireflite Hardtop (Adventurer Hardtop) Series III
Weird error, whenever I add a car to this brand, it shows DeSoto (which is correct), but when the car is added it says De Soto (which is wrong), and I can't fix it. 2019-01-21 14:06
Since 2018 Honda S660 Neo Classic
This is not really a new car sold by Honda. It's rather an accessory kit sold by Honda Access (Honda's accessories shop) for owners of a Honda S660 who want to make it look like this.

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2019-01-19 17:58
Since 2015 Suzuki Vitara
Facelifted in 2018. 2019-01-19 17:19
Since 2018 Cadillac CT6 [Omega]
Along with the Chevrolet Sonic, Cruze, Impala, Volt, Cadillac ATS, CTS and XTS, this was planned to be discontinued after the 2019 model year.
However, GM apparently now is planning to move production of the CT6 elsewhere instead of discontinuing it, leaving Cadillac with at least one sedan in its lineup.

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2019-01-15 15:27
Since 2019 Ford Explorer MkVI
In good news, the Explorer is switching back to a RWD-based platform.

In bad news, the war of the iPads is real.
2019-01-10 15:50
Since 2019 Škoda Scala
Mark0 wrote Volvo is that you?

If you move the rear plate down, it does look a lot like a V40.
2019-01-10 15:45
2016-2018 Alfa Romeo MiTo
Did it finish sales in 2018? 2019-01-08 21:00
2018 Silk Way Rally
I think the rally raid truck would be fine, since we list race cars of all kinds.
And it doesn't come in a million configurations since it isn't a commercial truck for the road.

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2019-01-04 15:53
2018 Silk Way Rally
Rinspeed wrote
no, it's not for WCS

The normal commercial vehicle, of course not. But the rally raid version also shouldn't be added to WCS?
2019-01-04 13:56
1996-1999 Renault Mégane Quadra 4x4
Ford78 wrote
Sure, I would love to. Send me a link so I can enter please. :)

discord.gg/rBtdrbW
2019-01-01 15:34
1996-1999 Renault Mégane Quadra 4x4
Happy new year guys!

By the way, Ford78, would you like to join the IGCD Discord channel? You seem pretty chatty, and it's a nice community right now. We discuss IGCD, WCS and anything else there.
2019-01-01 14:32
1969-1979 Chevrolet Opala
Changed origin to Brazil. 2018-12-30 11:44
2001-2004 Toyota Camry Mk.IV [XV30]
Maki, just some small comment. For motor type, you put DOHC, but it should say 4 cyl or V6 instead. You don't have to mention I4 in the engine name, but V6 can stay.

(for engine name reference:)
www.webcarstory.com/voiture.php?id=11414

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2018-12-29 23:53
1971-1972 Plymouth Fury Gran Sedan Series V [C-Body]
Rinspeed wrote
Can you verify this two cars please?
www.webcarstory.com/voiture.php?id=32271
www.webcarstory.com/voiture.php?id=32272

Both look good to me.
2018-12-29 18:36
Since 2016 Renault Scénic
Maki wrote Can someone change the color name for the silver Scenic with the black roof from Oyster Grey + Diamond Black Roof to Platinum Silver + Diamond Black Roof?

Done.
2018-12-29 18:33
1971-1972 Plymouth Fury Gran Sedan Series V [C-Body]
The 69-73 Plymouth Fury is a bit difficult to properly list on WCS. The Fury I/Fury II models have different taillights compared to the more upscale Fury III/Sport Fury/Fury Gran Sedan/Coupe.

I separated the Sport/Gran models from the rest since they have hidden headlights as a standard option. However, for 1971 hidden headlights were optional on Fury III and I believe also Fury II models, and for 1972 hidden headlights were optional on all other models.

It's therefore possible to find for example Fury III models with the same front as the car listed on this page.

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2018-12-29 14:50
1987-1992 Peugeot 405
Maki wrote The designer of the 405 was Pininfarina. Can someone add that?

Are you not able to add it?
2018-12-27 14:28
1970-1971 Plymouth Fury I Coupé (Fury II Coupé) Series V [C-Body]
There is actually a small difference between the bodystyles of the Fury I and Fury II here. The Fury II is a hardtop, meaning that the windows and B-pillar are able to slide down. The Fury I seems to have the same pillar as the Fury II, but the rear windows do not slide down. It's therefore not a hardtop coupe. Seeing as this Fury I is extremely rare, there is some online discussion on whether the 71 Fury I is a hardtop coupe or a coupe with a fixed pillar. I combined the two cars into one page regardless.

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2018-12-24 15:50
2010 Proton JebaT
CeilingHamster wrote Is this supposed to be a rebadged Mitsubishi or just a knockoff?

Proton has worked with Mitsubishi for many years, so it's not a knockoff.
2018-12-22 12:04
1998-2001 Honda Odyssey Series II
Maki wrote Can someone change the production end date for Mesa Beige to 2001? 2002 was the year the facelifted model was introduced and those were available in Mesa Beige for a year only.

Done
2018-12-18 09:31
1994 Citroën ZX Break
CeilingHamster wrote Just 1994?
Was this only built for 1 year?

It came out before the facelift that happened in the same year.
2018-12-13 08:45
1973-1975 Plymouth Fury (Gran Fury) Series VI [C-Body]
Renamed Gran Fury for 1975 when the Fury nameplate was moved to what used to be the Plymouth Satellite. The top trim level of the Gran Fury, the Brougham, would receive different headlights that were standard on all Gran Fury models from 1976 onwards.

-- Last edit: 2018-12-10 23:39:56
2018-12-10 23:38
1973-1975 Plymouth Fury Suburban (Gran Fury Suburban) Series VI [C-Body]
Renamed Gran Fury Suburban for 1975. The top trim level, Sport Suburban, got different headlights which would be standard on all Suburbans from 1976 onwards. 2018-12-10 23:36
1933-1934 Rühr 8 Typ F (13/75 PS)
Rinspeed wrote
??? i don't see a problem...

I fixed it this morning, the ü in Rühr was messed up.
2018-12-04 19:20
Since 2018 Toyota RAV4 Adventure Mk.V
Mark0 wrote The central console screen is too small, I can't check Facebook or Instagram in 4K...

"People calling or being on their phone behind the wheel makes them distracted and potentially very dangerous in traffic!"
*Makes the infotainment screen bigger so you can watch Netflix on it*
2018-12-03 10:30
Since 2019 Kia Soul EV Series III
carcrasher88 wrote Couple of issues here. One, the first two photos are of the Soul EV, not the regular Soul. Second, the interior photo is from the updated Nissan Maxima.

The interior shot was an accident, will replace it.
I chose to use Soul EV pics since I think it looks better than the "sporty" trim, and I only ever split an upcoming car in different models when it's released (One page for the Mazda3 for example, even though there are both a hatchback and a sedan).
2018-11-29 11:46
Since 2019 Toyota Prius IV
The Japanese Prius has actually had this AWD-e system for 3 years already, so it was only a matter of time until they started introducing it elsewhere. 2018-11-28 23:32
2013-2017 Samsung QM3
CeilingHamster wrote I used the wrong Renault Captur when I was adding similar cars. The 20913-2017 model is the correct model! Very sorry for the mix-up!

No worries, fixed it.
2018-11-28 23:30
1999 Oldsmobile Intrigue 442
That is definitely an Intrigue. 2018-11-24 10:00
Since 2018 Ford Focus Active
Would it be possible to get rid of the Design vote feature on WCS?
It's unused on most cars on the website, and the ones where it is used, just one person votes. Maybe two once in a while.
It doesn't mean anything, other than the opinion of a few people out there.

-- Last edit: 2018-11-22 15:38:17
2018-11-22 15:36

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