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Vehicles[]

Both eras included in the game have distinct styles of vehicles, although a few of the 1978-era cars do show up in 2006, and the cars from 2006 can show up in 1978 by using the all cars cheat code, however all cars in from 1978 are all accessible in shop in 2006. Although based on real automobiles, all vehicles in the game are fictious, and are given fictitious names.

New to the Driver franchise is the ability to customize, or mod, the player's vehicle. Each vehicle can be upgraded numerous ways in Ray's Garage. Upgrades include custom body and paint jobs, although they are preset, increased engine power, nitrous boosters, bulletproof glass, window film and tuneable springs, shocks, ride height, brakes, neon lighting, and downforce. A test track is available to "try out" the upgraded vehicles and making any necessary adjustments. But the upgrades are 10x more expensive in the new era.Some cars of the game have neons. Here some list and the real name of the car.

Commercial[]

1978 Era
2006 Era

Utility[]

1978 Era
2006 Era

Muscle[]

1978 Era
2006 Era
  • Hotrod = 1952 Rolls Royce Phantom IV

4 Door Sedan[]

1978 Era
2006 Era
  • Atlus = 2005 Chrysler 300C SRT8
  • Colonna = 1998 Acura 3.5RL
  • M700 = 2003 Ford Crown Victoria Interceptor Concept
  • Prestige = 2006 Buick LaCrosse
  • Schweizer = 2006 Mercedes Benz CLS 55 AMG
  • Torrex = 1998 Ford Crown Victoria
  • Torrex Turbo = 1998 Ford Crown Victoria

2 Door Sedan[]

1978 Era
2006 Era

Sports[]

1978 Era
2006 Era

Motorcycles[]

1978 Era
  • Chopper = 1973 Harley Davidson Iron Head
  • Wingar = 1971 Yamaha JT1 Mini Enduro 80
  • Yamashita 900 = 1973-75 Kawasaki Z1 900 Super Four
2006 Era

Race[]

1978 Era
2006 Era

Rare vehicles list[]

Trivia[]

  • The names Cerva, Melizzano, Teramo, and Colonna are taken from Italian municipalities.
  • Several 2006 Era vehicles make appaearences in Assasin's Creed II and Assassin's Creed Brotherhood.

See also[]

http://www.hanamoku.com/dpl/vehicle.html



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