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  1. This has been a while in the making and is no where near final yet, but hopefully you can see the potential.
  2. ...and it's a beauty. I'm in love :happyspin: Even though none of this came as a surprise to me :lol:
  3. [headline]Project CARS 2 Demo Now Available For PC, PS4 And Xbox One[/headline] There is now a Project CARS 2 demo available for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. With all the fantastic racing titles available at the moment, there is a real chance this one was missed and so, Slightly Mad Studios want you to try it out, hoping that you will add it your racing catalogue. Not able to command... Read more on this...
  4. Low quality but it might be useful. Future DLC can be discussed here too. 5 days to go until launch day I think. Anyone planning to pick this up? I'll have it on Steam courtesy of WMD membership but am I bit too busy to play for a while. The Season Pass seems very good value. There is one DLC pack that can only be attained as part of the Season Pass (cannot be purchased separately). However, the free Japanese preorder bonus will be purchasable separately later on if you decide not to preorder.
  5. Lamborghini has been an iconoclast in the world of supercars since the foundation of Automobili Lamborghini in 1963. Founder Ferruccio Lamborghini had already built a successful manufacturing empire by then, and that business experience and acumen would prove invaluable. The versatility of his first creations, that included both a V12 engine that would remain competitive for half-a-century, and a car—but three years after the company was formed—that became the template for supercar design to this day, charted an assured course for his fledgling brand that went on to define the passion of performance for generations of enthusiasts. A Lamborghini is immediately recognizable; combining the ethos of the raging bull with aggressive styling and ear-shattering sound, there is always a unique expectation around the cars built in Sant’Agata Bolognese. An expectation that has been fully met by the seven Project CARS 2-bound Lamborghinis. The Seven Raging Bulls in Project CARS 2 The seven Lamborghinis coming to Project CARS 2 on September 22nd are precisely what fans expect from the world’s most authentic racing franchise—the fastest and most exotic examples from the House of the Raging Bull’s considerable pedigree. That pedigree begins with 1999’s Lamborghini Diablo GTR, built around the now fabled Diablo GT. The Diablo GTR was extensively lightened from the GT, with everything but the roof coming in carbon-fibre, and it came with only one seat—a racing seat surrounded by an integrated roll cage. Aero’ was also drastically improved with a rear-spoiler directly fixed onto the chassis. Powering the Diablo GTR is the mythical Lamborghini 6-litre V12 pushing out 590hp. Only 32 Diablo GTRs were built, each with lowered and stiffened suspension, rear-wheel drive, and a 5-speed manual transmission. They were raced in the Lamborghini-only Super Trofeo series, but also had some success Down Under where it won the 2003, and 2004 Australian Nations Cup Championship. A V12 mated to a 5-speed manual ’box pushing 590hp and weighing 1,395KGs along with and scissor doors—does it get any more primal than that? The 2010 Lamborghini Sesto Elemento—‘Sixth Element’ (AKA, the atomic number for carbon)—may be even wilder. The Sesto Elemento pushes out 570hp from a sublime-sounding V10 mated to a 6-speed semi-automatic transmission. Given the name, it’s no surprise that the chassis, body, and even suspension components are made of carbon, and that, coupled with two seats bolted onto the chassis, brings the weight down to a bewildering 999KGs. That means 0-100kmh in 2.5 seconds, and a top speed in excess of 300kmh. This is the best overall power-to-weight ratio of any Lamborghini in history. Twenty Sesto Elemento Lamborghinis were built, all sold for racing and track-days. The low production numbered Lamborghinis in Project CARS 2 gets even more limited with the Lamborghini Veneno. Only four were ever produced (one went directly to the Lamborghini museum, and three went on sale). Unsurprisingly, they were then the most expensive production cars in history at the time (Eur 3,000,000). Unveiled for the 50th anniversary of the founding of Lamborghini, the Veneno was a revelation when it was introduced at the Geneva Auto Show in 2013. The Veneno (poison, in Spanish) is built on the Aventador SV chassis. The engine is an enormous 6.5-litre V12 pushing out 750hp. For that kind of power and performance (335kmh—electronically limited—and 0-100kmh in 2.8 seconds), you get a special 7-speed ISR ’box and four-wheel drive. The Lamborghini Huracán Coupé, meanwhile, the successor to Lamborghini’s “entry” supercar, the Gallardo, comes with the bulletproof Lamborghini 5.2-litre V10 kicking out 610hp with both direct and multi-point fuel-injection. With a weight of 1,422KGs, and on your way to 325kmh, you’ll get to 100 in 3.2 seconds, and 200kmh in 9.9 seconds. For many Lamborghini enthusiasts, the Bizzarrini-Lamborghini V12 that began life in Lamborghini’s first-ever car, the 1964 Lamborghini 350 GT, was the last word in greatest-ever production power units. So when Lamborghini decided to introduce their new V12 for the Aventador Coupé in 2013, ending the lifecycle of the V12 after half-a-century of blood-curdling thunder and performance, the auto-world sat up and took note. Enthusiasts had nothing to worry about—the Aventador’s power and handling are extraordinary, the car’s shape the epitome of Lamborghini’s aggressive style-guide. The monocoque is carbon-fibre, the engine a mid-mount 6.5-liter V-12 generating 700hp at 8,250rpm, the suspension an F1-inspired front and rear horizontal mono-tube damper with push-rod system, and the result, a car that will inspire some hardcore emotion around the scanned Nordschleife in Project CARS 2. Racing A Raging Bull While Lamborghini has wet its feet in motorsports this century with its own Super Trofeo series of championships, the company has remained largely true to the legacy of Ferruccio Lamborghini, for whom the race on Sunday and sell on Monday school of thought never held much sway. ​ Pure-bred racing Lamborghinis are rare. The Lamborghini Miura, one of the most recognizable and important cars in automotive history, was a project created in secret by the youthful Gian Paolo Dallara, who was given his start at Lamborghini in the early ’60s (on his way to becoming one of the world’s most elite chassis manufacturer). Codenamed the P400, Dallara’s idea had been to create an innovative sportscar that would have the potential to become Lamborghini’s first race car. Ferruccio, on seeing the prototype for the first time, gave Dallara his go-ahead with one proviso—that the new car not be raced. So when, in 2014, Lamborghini released the Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeo, the motorsport world went into a bit of a frenzy. For Lamborghini enthusiasts, this was an event 50 years in the making. The Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeo’s design was overseen by Mr. Dallara himself, and comes with a 6-speed sequential mated to the 5.2-litre V10 pushing out a sublime-sounding 620hp. Dry weight for the Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeo is 1,279KGs, and that means 100kmh arrives in 3.2 seconds on the way to 320kmh. The car’s enormous and adjustable rear-wing, meanwhile, is both functional and epic. The car shines in the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Series that travels to three continents—Europe, Asia and North America—delivering the thrills of this race-built Lamborghini to a captured worldwide audience and fan-base. ​ The Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeo also opened the door to Lamborghini joining the lucrative GT3 market in 2015 with the Lamborghini Huracán GT3. Project CARS 2 gets the 2016 version of this seriously capable GT3 winner, built in a close relationship with Barwell Motorsport, one of the UK’s most successful professional racing teams that have competed at the forefront of different motorsport categories for five decades. For 2017, Barwell Motorsport is running a Huracán GT3 in the British GT Championship as well as in the Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup. Driver Jon Minshaw currently leads the British GT Championship with four wins on the season including a fine drive to the checkers at Spa. Project CARS 2 will also come with liveries that run on all the Barwell Motorsport’s Huracán GT3s in both series. The Lamborghini Huracán GT3’s success is built around an aluminium-carbon chassis that brings the car down to 1,230KGs with an optimum 42/58 front/rear weight distribution. Lamborghini again turned to Dallara for the aero’ work, and naturally Gian Paolo Dallara himself oversaw this project given his intimate ties to Lamborghini. ​ To meet GT3 regs, the car is rear-wheel drive with Bosch Motorsport traction control. The 6-speed sequential ’box is mated to the same 90° 5.2-litre V10 engine in the Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeo, but tuned down to 580hp for GT3 regs. The performance of the Lamborghini Huracán GT3 has made it a staple of GT3 grids around the world—just in August alone, it will perform in a dozen GT3 series on four continents. And come September 22nd, it will bring its proven race-winning performance to Project CARS 2. With seven of the most spectacular Lamborghinis of the last 20 years included with Project CARS 2 when it is released worldwide on September 22, 2017 on the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system, XBOX One, and PC via STEAM®, the only question that remains is—which Raging Bull will you drive first? The Lamborghini Diablo GTR (1999), Lamborghini Sesto Elemento (2010), Lamborghini Veneno (2013), Lamborghini Aventador Coupé (2011), Lamborghini Huracán GT3 (20135), Lamborghini Huracán Coupé (2014), Lamborghini Huracán LP620-2 Super Trofeo (2014), will come with Project CARS 2 on September 22, 2017 for the PlayStation 4 system, Xbox One, and PC. Source
  6. Summary on GTP: More Details On Project CARS 2s Broadcast and Driver License Features
  7. Project CARS 2 gets a really good showing by members of the team in this latest Developer Stream from a couple of days ago. I am only at the first 15 mins or so (stream starts at 2:39) but the information they are giving and showing on screen is well worth a watch if you are considering picking this up. What a car list this game has!! :nuts: Notable time stamps 36:00 - Wet but drying Knockhill race in a Mercedes-AMG A-class Touring Car 41:00 - Zakspeed Ford Capri at Spa (not much of a race)
  8. http://www.projectcarsgame.com/project-cars-2-faq.html?lang=en Some good info in here, some of which I was also unfamiliar with
  9. [headline]Project CARS 2 - VR 'Driver Eye' Videos Demonstrate Just How Good The Racing Experience Can Be[/headline] The media is pouring out from those who are lucky enough to be involved in the development of Project CARS 2 and YouTube user beetesjuice is one of the best I have found doing so through these 'Driver Eye' videos. Sharing with us the footage of the runs they have engaged in with their sim-racer enthusiast setup, complete with... Read more on this...
  10. The Ferrari trailer is out for Project CARS 2 and I really enjoyed watching it as even though it might be only 10 models, most of them are such icons and have become stables (hur hur) in the marque's history. I could live without the 488 duo but the others are like :drool:. Awesome to see the F333 back!
  11. This is the car list (not final) of PC2. A lot of cars..race, road , prototype, old F1, indy etc. Acura/Honda 2016 Acura NSX (ROAD) 2017 Acura NSX GT3 (RACE/GT3) Agajanian 1963 Agajanian Watson Roadster (RACE/indycar) Aston Martin 2016 Aston Martin DB11 (ROAD) 2015 Aston Martin Vantage GT12 (ROAD) 2015 Aston Martin Vulcan (RACE/Track day) 2013 Aston Martin V8 Vantage GTE (RACE/GTE) 2013 Aston Martin Vantage GT3 (RACE/GT3) Audi 2013 Audi R8 V10 Plus (ROAD)2016 Audi R8 V10 Plus (ROAD) 2013 Audi A1 Quattro (ROAD) 2015 Audi R8 LMS (RACE/GT3) 2015 Audi R8 LMS Endurance (RACE/GT3) 2014 Audi R18 e-tron Quattro (RACE/LMP1) 1991 Audi V8 DTM (RACE/Group A) 1989 Audi 90 quattro IMSA GTO (RACE) BAC 2011 BAC Mono (ROAD) Bentley 2013 Bentley Continental GT3 (RACE/GT3) BMW (9) 2016 BMW M6 GT3 (RACE/GT3) 2016 BMW M6 GTLM (RACE/GTE) 2012 BMW M3 GT4 (RACE/GT4) 2012 BMW Z4 GT3 (RACE/GT3) 2012 BMW 320 TC (RACE/Super 2000) 1991 BMW M3 E30 (RACE/Group A) 1981 BMW M1 Procar (RACE) 1978 BMW 320 Turbo (RACE/Group 5) 1973 BMW 2002 Turbo (ROAD) Cadillac 2015 Cadillac ATS-V.R GT3 (RACE/GT3) Caterham 2016 Caterham Seven 620R (ROAD) Chevrolet 2016 Chevrolet IR-12 Road (RACE/IndyCar) 2016 Chevrolet IR-12 Oval 2014 Chevrolet Corvette C7.R GTE (RACE/GTE) 2014 Chevrolet Corvette C7 Z06 (ROAD) 1969 Chevrolet Z28 Trans Am* (RACE) Dallara Ferrari* (7) 2016 Ferrari 488 GT3 (RACE/GT3) 2016 Ferrari 488 GTE (RACE/ GTE) 2013 Ferrari LaFerrari (ROAD) 2002 Ferrari Enzo (ROAD) 1984 (ROAD) 1996 Ferrari F50 GT1 (RACE/GT1) 1994 Ferrari F40 LM (RACE) 1972 Ferrari 365 Daytona Competizione (RACE) Ford 2017 Ford GT 2016 Ford GT GTE (GTE) 2016 Ford Fusion NASCAR (NASCAR) 2016 Ford Focus RS RX* (RallyX) 2015 Ford F150 RTR Funhaver (ROAD) 2015 Ford Mustang (ROAD) 1972 Ford Escort RS1600 (ROAD)1964 Ford Mustang 2+2 Fastback (ROAD) 2013 Ford FG Falcon (V8SC) 2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302R1 (GT4) 201x Ford Mustang RTR* (GT4) 1988 Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth (Group A) 1981 Ford Capri Zakspeed (Group 5) 1972 Ford Escort RS1600 RX (Classic RX) 1967 Ford GT40 MK.IV Ginetta 2016 Ginetta G57-P2* (LMP2) 2016 Ginetta G57 LMP3* (LMP3) 2013 Ginetta G40 Junior (GT5) 2013 Ginetta G55 GT3 (GT3) 2013 Ginetta G55 GT4 (GT4) Honda 2016 Honda Civic Coupe RX (RallyX) 2016 Honda IR-12 Road (IndyCar) 2016 Honda IR-12 Oval (IndyCar) 2015 Honda 2&4 Concept Car Japanese Pack 2015 Honda Civic Type R (ROAD) Jaguar 2016 Jaguar F-Type SVR (ROAD) 1994 Jaguar XJ220S TWR (ROAD) 1988 Jaguar XJR-9 (Group C) 1988 Jaguar XJR-9 LM (Group C LM) 1974 Jaguar E-Type V12 Group 44 KTM (1) 2015 KTM X-Bow GTR (GT4) 2011 KTM X-Bow R (ROAD) Lamborghini* (3) 2016 Lamborghini Huracan GT3 (GT3) 2015 Lamborghini Huracan LP620-2 (Super Trofeo) 2011 Lamborghini Aventador (ROAD) 2013Lamborghini Veneno (ROAD) Ligier 2015 Ligier JS P3 (LMP3) 2014 Ligier JS P2 (LMP2) Classic Lotus 1986 Lotus 98T 1977 Lotus 78 1972 Lotus 72D 1970 Lotus 49C 1969 Lotus 49 1968 Lotus 56 1965 Lotus 38 (Classic Indy) 1962 Lotus Type 25 Marek 2013 Marek RP 339H (LMP1) 2013 Marek RP 219D (LMP2) Mazda 2013 MX-5 RadBul Formula Drift Mclaren 2017 Mclaren 720S (ROAD) 2016 Mclaren 570S (ROAD) 2011 Mclaren MP4-12C (ROAD) 2014 Mclaren P1 (ROAD) 1994 Mclaren F1 (ROAD) 2015 Mclaren P1 GTR 2015 Mclaren 650S GT3 (GT3) 1997 McLaren F1 GTR Longtail (GT1) Mercedes (10) 2017 Mercedes-Benz A45 SMS-RX (RX) 2014 Mercedes-Benz A45 AMG (ROAD) 2016 Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe S (ROAD) 2015 Mercedes AMG GT R (ROAD) 2011 MERCEDES - BENZ SLS AMG (ROAD) 2016 Mercedes AMG GT3 (GT3) 2012 Mercedes SLS AMG GT3 (GT3) 2012 Mercedes A45 SMS-R TCC (Super 2000) 1998 Mercedes-Benz CLK-LM (GT1) 1991 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.5-16 Evolution II DTM (Group A) 1989 Sauber C9 Mercedes (Group C) 1989 Sauber C9 Mercedes LM (Group C LM) 1971 Mercedes-Benz 300SEL 6.8 AMG Mini 2015 Mini Countryman RX (RX) Mitsubishi (4) 2016 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI SVA Time Attack 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X FQ400 (ROAD) 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX FQ-360 GSR (ROAD) 1999 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI TME (ROAD) Nissan 2017 Nissan GT-R R35 Nismo (ROAD) 2016 Nissan GT-R GT3 (GT3) 2016 Nissan Skyline R34 SMS-R 1997 Nissan R390 GT1 (GT1) 1994 Nissan 300ZX Le Mans GTS 1994 Nissan 300ZX IMSA GTS 1993 Nissan Skyline GT-R (Group A) Japanese Pack 1989 Nissan R89C LM (Group C LM) 1989 Nissan R89C (Group C) 1985 Nissan GTP ZX-Turbo (Group C) 1982 Nissan Skyline 2000RS (Group 5) 1979 Nissan 280ZX GTX Japanese Pack 1973 Nissan Fairlady 240ZG GTS-II Oreca 2013 Oreca 03 (LMP2) OMSE* 2014 OMSE RX Lites (RX Lites) Opel 2016 Opel Astra (TCR) Motorsport Pack Pagani 2011 Pagani Huayra (ROAD) 2016 Pagani Huayra BC (ROAD) 2010 Pagani Zonda Cinque (ROAD) 2009 Pagani Zonda R (RACE/TRACK DAY) 2013 Pagani Zonda Revolution (RACE/TRACK DAY) Panoz 1997 Panoz Esperante GTR-1 (GT1) Motorsport Pack Porsche 2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS (ROAD) 2013 Porsche 918 Spyder Weissach (ROAD) 2016 Porsche 991 GT3 R (GT3) 2016 Porsche 911 GT3 R Endurance (GT3) 2016 Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport (GT4) 1998 Porsche 911 GT1 (GT1) 1980 Porsche 935/80 (Group 5) 1977 Porsche 935/77 (Group 5) 1976 Porsche 936 (Group 6) 1984 Porsche 962C (Group C) 1984 Porsche 962C Langheck (Group C LM) Radical Renault 2017 Renault Megane SMS-RX (RX) 2015 Renault Sport R.S.01 (RS01) 2015 Renault Sport R.S.01 GT3 (GT3) 2013 Renault Clio IV RS Cup (Clio Cup) 2012 Renault Mégane SMS-R TCC (Super 2000) 1978 Renault Alpine A442B (Group 6) RWD 2014 RWD Motorsports P20 (LMP2) 2013 RWD Motorsports P30 (LMP1) SMS Originals xxxx Formula X (FX) 2013 Formula C (FC) 2011 Formula A (FA) 2011 SMS Shifter Kart 125cc (125cc Kart) 2011 Formula Rookie (FR) Toyota 2015 Toyota GT-86 Rocket Bunny GT Edition (GT4) 2014 Toyota TS040 Hybrid (LMP1) 2012 Toyota GT86 (ROAD) 1998 Toyota TS020 GT-One (GT1) Volkswagen 2013 Volkswagen Polo RX (RallyX) Official website listing: Project CARS 2 - The Cars - Project CARS
  12. WMD 2.0 have been granted permission to create and share video content on YouTube (each video requires approval before being published), so let's have a place to share and discuss them. Here's one to start us off: LiveTrack 3.0 timelapse
  13. This was a pretty cool watch Going by community spotting skills only, the video reveals the following: 2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS 2016 Porsche 911 GT3 R 2016 Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport 1998 Porsche 911 GT1 1984 Porsche 962C 1984 Porsche 962C Langheck 1977 Porsche 935 1976 Porsche 936 It'll be nice to have Porsche's in original game content again for once instead of DLC packs. It's possible that there are more Porsche's that haven't been revealed yet. #NewNewsNewThread
  14. [headline]Project CARS 2 Go Slightly Mad With The Special Editions... In A Good Way![/headline] In today's gaming space, special editions and pre-order bonuses are fairly routine and let's be honest, not that special at all. There are some exceptions to this but generally it's run-of-the-mill cheap extras that are usually provided. This is not the case at all with Project CARS 2. As rather fitting for a team called Slightly Mad Studios, they... Read more on this...
  15. Interesting little story here from SMS and McLaren at some recent exhibition SMS have previously mentioned that as part of their car license negotiations, they request the time of chief test drivers from the various manufacturers to help ensure an accurate simulation, which from the video above at least, seems to be a worthwhile endeavour. What do you guys think of this - are you genuinely excited/intrigued/mildly interested or do you think it's just marketing hype?
  16. [headline]Project CARS 2 goes early[/headline] Well what do you think about this? Project CARS was only released in May remember and now we have an official announcement of the next one. Now of course this isn't a shut up shop on pCARS and let's get busy on pCARS 2 only but the timing of the news is very unlike the norm, even if we all know that a lot of sequels start their planning and pre-production shortly before a games release or a small time afterwards. What do you think of this and what do you want to see them bring to pCARS 2 that they didn't or won't with pCARS? No year for release for the next one, but with all the groundwork essentially done it could more than likely do a Forza Motorsport (maybe a Gran Turismo one? :lol:) sort of development turnaround. Sauce: Announcing Project CARS 2! - Project CARS
  17. Rallycross will come fully-loaded to Project CARS 2 with an array of licensed cars and tracks in late 2017. With superstar drivers and their popping, anti-turbo-lag fire-cracking 600-horsepower race cars banging doors in arenas crammed with passionate fans, rallycross is a sharp, loud, violent motorsport featuring the quickest accelerating cars on earth—0-100kmh in under 2 seconds—hurtling over 70-foot jumps, and battling side-by-side on dirt, mud, and asphalt. Step one when building a rallycross car? Get rid of the weight. Step two? Get rid of anything crucial up-front because the nose of a four-wheel-drive rallycross car is mainly used for two things only—sucking up air for turbos boosting grenade-like motors, and none-too-delicately nudging opponents out of the way. This is not a sport of delicate manners; short races mean the action is always intense and immediate and the only strategy is when best to get the Joker Lap in. The engines on these cars have short lifespans for a reason—600hp from 2-litre lumps means highly-stressed components that sound like a pistol-led invasion. There’s nothing subtle about rallycross. Drivers banging-in gears from perfectly-placed gear-levers somewhere at elbow level while locking-up all-four tyres as they dive into a gap that didn’t exist right up until they shifted the car ahead, that’s rallycross in all its crazy slip-angle fun. From the cockpit, it’s all-action-all-the-time; breathless, chaotic, and intense. ​ Project CARS 2 drivers are in for a whole new experience with rallycross, that’s guaranteed. Guaranteed, too, is the fidelity of the sport in the sim. A technical partnership with one of the sport’s most legendary teams, OMSE—19 X Games medals, winners of every rallycross championship title in the US, and official suppliers of Supercar Lites rallycross cars —means rallycross in Project CARS 2 comes with complete authenticity. Real-world Honda Factory Global Rallycross racing stars Mitchell deJong and Oliver Eriksson—OMSE team mates for the Red Bull Global Rallycross Championship—have also worked for months as official consultants to ensure not just the physics, but the frenzied feel of rallycross is as brutal in-game as it is in real-life. Mitchell and Oliver’s Honda Civic will be joined by licensed rallycross racers from MINI, VW, and Ford, all ready to do battle on scanned real-world rallycross tracks including US-based DirtFish, and Daytona, the iconic ‘Hell’ at Lånkebanen in Norway, and the rallycross tracks at Hockenheim, Knockhill, Loheac-Bretagna, and, of course, the track where it all began half-a-century ago—Lydden Hill in the UK. With small grids on tracks of ice, mud, dirt, snow, and asphalt, and LiveTrack 3.0 ensuring the organic development of every surface throughout a race, this really is rallycross in all its glory. Project CARS 2 will deliver the most faithful recreation of this exhilarating and unique motorsport ever seen. The only question that remains is—are you up for it? Sweet'n'Sour Source
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