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Maksim Ustinov
Maksim Ustinov

GTA: San Andreas - Real Cars

It started when i found some sites that focused on car mods for GTA 3. People could then download real vehicles models and scrips for free. So i found some favorite cars witch i downloaded and started learning have to replace them whit the original ones. That ended up be so much more fun that i started making a total replacement of all vehicles in the game, and following titles. So here i 'am, making Real Cars 2 for Gta San Andreas so you don't have to spend all those countless hours and headaches trying to learn the game codes and bug fixing. I want to finishing of with thanking all model makers for making all this possible.

GTA: San Andreas - Real Cars

More than completing missions, we loved to drive the in-game cars and bikes and create havoc with our stupid antics. We also loved finding cars and bikes similar to the ones existing in the real world and compare them. Unlike Need For Speed and Forza Horizon, Rockstar Games never had the intention of licensing vehicles for video games, which is why you will never find a Ford Mustang, a Toyota Supra, or even a Lamborghini Gallardo in GTA franchises. Instead, you will find vehicles with some rather hilarious names and designs which were obvious parodies of their real-life counterparts.

Updated May 2021: Whether you're a hardcore fan of Grand Theft Auto V or just a casual gamer, you'll be happy to know that we've updated this article with more of the coolest cars featured in the game. We're also taking a closer look at the cars they're all based on, because it's very obvious that Rockstar found some inspiration in real-life vehicles.

The Coquette has been around since 2008 when GTA IV came out. Back then, it was obviously a Corvette C5, and for GTA V the model has been upgraded to look much like the Corvette C7. In the game, you can have it with a Targa top or a hardtop coupe. Is one of the fastest sports cars in the game and has many modifications available. Maybe the only unrealistic detail is that, under the hood, there is a 4-cylinder engine. There is also a version called the Coquette Classic, which looks like the C2 Stingray.

The Futo is another car that has been around since GTA IV. Clearly inspired by the Toyota AE86 Levin, the Futo is known for being one of the best inexpensive drift cars in the game. Like its real-life counterpart, it has a 4-cylinder engine, rear-wheel drive, and a tendency to slide the rear end. 041b061a72

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