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This is the 2016 model, not the 2020. Please correct it
Given the sort of unique sound that these make, my expectations weren't high but I was pleasantly surprised! As GTA sound mods go this is among the best I've come across and a lot like the real deal. Perhaps maybe the idle and deceleration tracks could be louder, but then it's a WIP so that's okay. Well done!
@Bashar_shareef Thanks for updating! The new interior is a big improvement but there are still issues: the size scaling is still too small (look at the size of the player compared to the seats when sitting as a passenger), the driver's hands and first-person POV are way off, the wheels are wobbly and misaligned, the driver's window reflection is messed up... big potential though if these could be sorted out
Great sound as GTA V sound mods go, but as mentioned above it just doesn't rev high enough. Lamborghini's 6.5L V12 revs up to 8250 RPM, this sounds like it redlines at around 6500 RPM. If it isn't too difficult it ought to be looked at maybe?
@TheAdmiester That's brilliant to hear! I downloaded without a second thought. Thanks for this!
This is great! Maybe the redline could be a slightly higher pitch, but as sound mods go it's still very impressive nonetheless
The game crashes when respawning the car, I never had this issue with any of the other 400+ vehicles I use. Could you look into it? @navzahed
Wasn't expecting to see this on here so soon! Good job!
@F7YO I get what you mean, but there are players such as myself who are car enthusiasts and prefer a complete and accurate model all round. Sure nobody drives around watching the engine and doorsills, but it's nice to have even those less important bits well-made just for the sake of realism and immersion for whoever wants to check them out every now and again. Some modders will work to that level, others won't bother with an interior at all. It's just a matter of standards