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Discussion in 'Tesla' started by vfx, Aug 20, 2009.
Roadster, Roadster Sport, Model S?
Google found this
PS3's Gran Turismo 5 Complete List of Cars - Zerotohundred.com
IMHO the list is too large to be trusted.
From Tesla only shows:
Damage modeling? What damage modeling? I don't se any.
Just some nonsensical door that opens and loose bumper.
that, and the passenger is dead...
Must be a midget driving... you can see the spedometer.
And is that a tachometer next to it? I was almost going to get GT5, but when I learned that there was no regen, I decided against it because it was not realistic.
Her radio works better than my piece of cr*p!
Where was the wind noise? Muffled by the helmet I presume. My radio works, I just can barely hear it over the wind.
Must be the 1.5 version...
You can tell the regen isn't there just by listening to the audio.
(And my radio works just fine... that was one of the 2.5 features that snuck into my 2.0)
Always been a Forza3 fan; perhaps it's time to defect.
The PS3 is always plugged in, so the battery is always full, thus you never get any regen!
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What? No 'Golden Rotor' trophy for trouncing the gassers?
Thanks for sharing all of those TEG. Those us us who don't game would never see those.
Interesting color choices and loved the no gas needed screen. Cool because it would have to be made just for one car. Now they just need a trophy with a lightening bolt or a stator in the middle.
Seems like the gearing in the game Roadster is taller than real Roadsters.
Off the line seems a bit sluggish compared to real, and top speed ends up being a lot higher.
I was seeing speeds approaching 150MPH in the GT5 Roadster.
Not 100% realistic...