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1990-1993 Suzuki Alto Slide Slim Series III [C02]




NL Desscythe17

2020-09-05 16:17
Rinspeed wrote

Some of them are just revealed (so not already in sale)

I can at least add them to upcoming cars as far as they havent been added yet, but Id prefer not to complete the cars if someone else can do them.
1990-1993 Suzuki Alto Slide Slim Series III [C02]




FR Rinspeed

2020-09-05 14:13
Just a thing, the work for IGCD is very long and i want to work for the new cars for WCS but i don't have enough time. I have to finish IGCD. After IGCD i think i will do a pause before doing the new WCS. But at this time there is a cumulation of new cars in Europe to do that i can't. If someone want to do some, he can:
- Skoda Octavia Combi
- Cupra/Seat Ateca (refreshed)
- Fiat Panda + 4x4 + Cross -> Update of the engines (Hybrid, no more diesel...)
- Suzuki Vitara -> Update of the engines (Hybrid)
- Honda Jazz
- Ferrari SF90 Stradale
- Citron Ami
- Porsche Panamera (refreshed)
- Ferrari Roma
- Morgan Plus 4
- Mercedes-Benz S-Klasse
- Peugeot 3008/5008 (refreshed)
- Rolls-Royce Ghost

Some of them are just revealed (so not already in sale)
Since 2021 Team HARD Cupra Len Competicin BTCC


US carcrasher88

2020-09-05 03:27
This will be the first Leon of any sort in the BTCC in a decade, IIRC. Very nice!
1990-1994 Suzuki Alto Works Series III [C02]




NL Desscythe17

2020-09-03 22:56
I didn't list the pre-facelift (88-90) Alto Works because it was sold as a commercial vehicle.
1990-1993 Suzuki Alto Slide Slim Series III [C02]




FR Rinspeed

2020-09-03 20:58
JFK wrote
Rinspeed we need a 4 door hatchback category :D

Lol
1990-1993 Suzuki Alto Slide Slim Series III [C02]




CZ JFK

2020-09-03 19:39
Rinspeed we need a 4 door hatchback category :D
1990-1993 Suzuki Alto Slide Slim Series III [C02]




NL Desscythe17

2020-09-02 22:04
Unlike the pre-facelift version of this car, which had sliding doors on both sides, the post-facelift version has a sliding door on the right and 2 regular doors on the left.

left side: bit.ly/2Z4KM27
right side: bit.ly/2DrFm9L

-- Last edit: 2020-09-03 20:00:17
Since 2019 koda Fabia Rally2 evo




FR Rinspeed

2020-09-02 16:20
Ford78 wrote
Should the car be renamed from "Fabia R5 evo" to "Fabia Rally2 evo", now that the Skoda has named the R5 Evo to "Rally2 evo"?

you can do as i have do with Fiesta. Put Fabia R5 evo as model 2
Since 2019 koda Fabia Rally2 evo


PT Ford78

2020-09-02 16:02
Should the car be renamed from "Fabia R5 evo" to "Fabia Rally2 evo", now that the Skoda has named the R5 Evo to "Rally2 evo"?
2020 France: Rally Championship (Gravel)
PT Ford78

2020-09-02 11:36
Rinspeed wrote
There is some problems with the actual official classification (example a Kart Driver??), so i will update this more for the next rally

That's strange, because the co-drivers classifications are correct.
2020 France: Rally Championship (Gravel)


FR Rinspeed

2020-09-02 11:19
There is some problems with the actual official classification (example a Kart Driver??), so i will update this more for the next rally
1990-1994 Suzuki Alto Series III [C02]




NL Desscythe17

2020-09-02 08:13
fck wrote
Why has it different door handles?

I guess the rear pic is from the pre-facelift version, will replace later today.
1990-1994 Suzuki Alto Series III [C02]




PL fck

2020-09-02 07:26
Why has it different door handles?
Since 2020 Honda Odyssey Series V [RC]


US carcrasher88

2020-09-01 23:33
I like how, even though it's not related at all, this facelift brings the international market Odyssey in line, styling-wise, with the North American market Odyssey.
1989-1990 Suzuki Alto Series III [C01]




NL Desscythe17

2020-09-01 21:57
Technically sold since 1988, but from 1988-1989 it was only available in commercial specification.

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1975-1979 Austin Allegro




CZ JFK

2020-09-01 19:09
fck would it physically injure you to link 2 cars with each other?
1973-1976 Innocenti Regent




NL Desscythe17

2020-09-01 19:06
Why Italian origin? It seems to me like a CKD Austin.
1996-1997 Timor S515




CZ JFK

2020-08-31 04:48
I feel like the whole brand was a bit of a scam.
1996-1997 Timor S515


FR SolanaBogon

2020-08-30 22:52
Despite being supposed to be a "national Indonesian car", it was actually imported completely built from Korea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timor_Putra_Nasional#History
1955-1963 Sibal


FR SolanaBogon

2020-08-30 09:40
Actually it's based on WWII jeep parts
1955-1963 Sibal


AU HQMonaro1972

2020-08-29 23:31
Korean FJ40 copy?
1984-1986 Alpina B6 2.8 [E30]




NL Desscythe17

2020-08-29 17:32
PDP wrote
The Alpina in Italy in the 80s were imported on request. Does it count as available in Italy?

I don't think that counts. A lot of cars that are not officially sold over here can be imported.
1981-1986 Bitter SC




IT PDP

2020-08-29 17:01
This too, depending on the publication of the time I am using, was imported on request. Should therefore be reported "available in Italy" or not?
1984-1986 Alpina B6 2.8 [E30]




IT PDP

2020-08-29 16:30
The Alpina in Italy in the 80s were imported on request. Does it count as available in Italy?
2004-2005 Seat Leon Cupra R Trofu [Typ 1M]


PT Ford78

2020-08-29 01:02
Source- cov.tudosobrerodas.pt/i.aspx?imc=13572&ic=6665&o=5328&f=1486
2002-2006 Honda Civic Type R Cup [EP3]


PT Ford78

2020-08-28 23:13
Source- rallydeportugal.tudosobrerodas.pt/i.aspx?imc=9079&ic=6665&o=5191&f=1486
1997-1999 Ford Fiesta Axa Golden Cup


PT Ford78

2020-08-28 22:33
The Ford Fiesta Trofu was used from 1997 to 1999. It was replaced by Rover 25 in 2000.
1991-2000 Suzuki Cultus Series II [A04]




NL Desscythe17

2020-08-28 22:05
When in 1998 the Cultus Crescent was facelifted and renamed Cultus, this old Cultus became the Cultus M to differentiate the two.
1981-1983 Toyota Starlet B1 [KP61]


PT Ford78

2020-08-28 21:45
This race car has competed on B1 class, having been Champion in 1981, 1982 and 1983.

Source- tiagomonteiro.tudosobrerodas.pt/i.aspx?imc=8961&ic=6665&o=19688&f=1486
www.amigosjaponesesantigos.pt/forum/index.php?topic=1725.15
1985-1987 Toyota Corolla Trofu Consagrados [AE86]


PT Ford78

2020-08-28 19:08
In 1985, Trofu Toyota has decided two have two sepparate cups: One cup would be for recentely Promoted Toyota drivers, which would use Toyota Corollas, while Toyota Starlet Cup became a Initiated Cup.

Toyota Corolla Trophy lasted during 5 years until 1990.

Source- www.amigosjaponesesantigos.pt/forum/index.php?topic=1725.15
1991-1996 Toyota Starlet Trofu [EP81]


PT Ford78

2020-08-28 15:58
This is the Toyota Starlet Trofu, which was used for a Portuguese One-Make Cup which was used until 1999.
This page is for the EP81 model, which has been used from 1991 to 1996. It was replaced by EP91 model in 1997.

Source- portalclassicos.com/foruns/index.php?threads/toyota-starlet-ep82-1-3si-ex-trof%C3%A9u.25790/
1988-1991 Suzuki Cultus Series II [A04]




NL Desscythe17

2020-08-28 15:35
Minor difference between 1.0 and 1.3 models: The 1.0 did not have a grille. I'm not going to make separate pages for these, but some of the models I add will probably have no grille for that reason.

-- Last edit: 2020-08-28 15:35:58
1999-2002 Suzuki Wagon R Solio Series I [MA04]




NL Desscythe17

2020-08-26 12:19
Initially named Wagon R+ (chassis code MA03), it was renamed Wagon R Solio in 2000.

-- Last edit: 2020-08-26 12:29:30
1995-1997 Daewoo Nexia A6 [N100]


PT Ford78

2020-08-26 00:19
JFK wrote
outer dimensions seem to remain the same as on production model

Well, that rally car has competed in 1996 Rally Sanremo under A6 class.

Source- www.ewrc-results.com/entryinfo/484-rallye-sanremo-rallye-ditalia-1996/36656/
1995-1997 Daewoo Nexia A6 [N100]




CZ JFK

2020-08-25 19:20
outer dimensions seem to remain the same as on production model
2012-2017 Suzuki Escudo Series III [T04]




NL Desscythe17

2020-08-25 00:20
After the smaller 4th generation Escudo was introduced in 2015, this car was sold for 2 more years as "Escudo 2.4".
1994-1997 Suzuki Escudo Nomade Series I [T01]




NL Desscythe17

2020-08-24 17:22
Renamed to just Escudo in 1996.
2020 Norway: Rally Championship: Class 1: Nyere 4WD
PT Ford78

2020-08-24 14:12
Source- bilsport.no/wp-content/uploads/poengstilling/Rally_NM_kl1_20.pdf
1998-2012 Suzuki Jimny Sierra Series II [JB03]




NL Desscythe17

2020-08-24 12:04
Launched in 1998 as Jimny Wide, but then renamed back to Jimny Sierra in 2002.
1971-1976 Hyundai Ford Cortina Series III




CZ JFK

2020-08-23 10:08
Apparently it underwent a facelift in 1974 but i cant figure out any differences as the info about it is hard to come by.
2008-2012 Suzuki Splash




NL Desscythe17

2020-08-23 00:19
SolanaBogon wrote
This is the European model. Are you sure about the made in Manesar (India) ?

I removed it.
2008-2012 Suzuki Splash


FR SolanaBogon

2020-08-23 00:17
This is the European model. Are you sure about the made in Manesar (India) ?
2020 Formula E
UA mikhail2003

2020-08-20 07:52
OK, thanks
2020 Formula E


PL fck

2020-08-19 16:32
mikhail2003 wrote
Admins, can you please delete Pascal Werhlein's photo, it's a wrong one.

Done.
Since 2018 Toyota Vellfire Mk.II [AH30]




NL Desscythe17

2020-08-19 08:42
Like stated on the Toyota Voxy page, Toyota is putting an end to dealership exclusive models and will likely merge some models into one for the next generation. The Alphard and Vellfire are an example of this.
As the Vellfire is now no longer exclusive to the Netz dealership, it has received a Toyota logo as seen below:

imgur.com/x52ZSKs
2017-2020 Toyota Voxy Mk.III [R80]




NL Desscythe17

2020-08-19 08:36
Toyota is slowly in the process of merging its models that are exclusive to a certain dealership group. Earlier this year, they announced that most of their models would be sold at every dealership group, which means that for example the Voxy is sold alongside its sister car the Noah. It's expected that one of the two newplates will be discontinued when a new generation of these vans is announced.

For now the Voxy has received a regular Toyota logo instead of the Netz dealership logo, just like the Toyota Vellfire has. The regular version has been discontinued, with only the ZS model with sportier bodykit continuing.
Below the car with Toyota badge:

imgur.com/sfBwumv

-- Last edit: 2020-08-19 08:43:13
Since 2020 koda Octavia Series IV [NX]




CZ JFK

2020-08-19 00:23
i can do it eventually
Since 2019 koda Fabia Rally2 evo


PT Ford78

2020-08-18 13:55
From 2020 onwards, the Skoda Fabia R5 evo has changed to "Skoda Fabia Rally2 evo".

From Wikipedia:
"The car was originally born with the R5 group nomenclature, but in early 2020, koda Motorsport announced the update of their car names according to the new FIA pyramid, renaming Fabia R5 to Fabia Rally2, and its successor, Fabia R5 Evo to Fabia Rally2 Evo"
Since 2020 koda Octavia Series IV [NX]




FR Rinspeed

2020-08-18 12:37
Rinspeed wrote

not for the pic, i mean the technical datas (as it's only paste your from this one with some little changes).

Can you do it JFK? (copy technical datas for Combi).
Another thing: i don't post a lot of things these days because i work hard on IGCD V3. In 2 weeks, i work so i will have less time to do IGCD so i want to do a lot for it before.
Since 2020 koda Octavia Series IV [NX]




FR Rinspeed

2020-08-15 18:15
JFK wrote
I updated the pics on this one, you uploaded Octavia Combi (in upcoming vehicles)

not for the pic, i mean the technical datas (as it's only paste your from this one with some little changes).
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