Except it's not really worn dark red.
The Worn Dark Red Peyote is not last-gen only. It's on current-gen, too. I've seen it, I've had it, it's documented by others. And I'd call it an extremely rare spawn ordinarily, except there are known ways to trigger it fairly reliably.
It's Matte Dark Red and Torino Red Pearl
I'd like to thank you for posting this statement yesterday, with your arrogant little "confirmed" at the end. Because now, finally, we have proof that you don't know what you're talking about.
You've made claims in other threads that the cars which are described as "worn" actually aren't. I tried to tell you then that some of them were looked at in save editors where the color information posted was discovered, but you didn't want to listen. Now you're in here talking out the side of your neck again. You've made a statement, it's wrong, and I have proof. This time I hope you'll finally shut up and learn to not talk unless you actually know what the f*ck you're talking about.
I knew a friend of mine had one of the alleged worn dark red Peyotes stored. I asked him to bring it out and help me spawn another one, which he did. I then took the spawned one to LSC. First I confirmed that it does indeed have Torino Red pearlescent on it. I then switched the pearlescent to Black. Next I looked at matte Dark Red, then backed out to see it switch from the preview of matte Dark Red back to whatever was on it. The original color was distinctly different. I went back in and applied the matte Dark Red, then took another look at pearlescents to confirm it was still Black. It was, which gave proof to the comparison of the preview vs. what was actually there. The pearlescent was black in both cases, so it was a valid comparison. Finally, I went ahead and applied Torino Red pearlescent, to match what the car is claimed to have (and verified to,actually have).
Next, I left LSC and parked the car next to my friend's. In the video, remember that my friend's car is the one without side windows, while the one I repainted has dark tinted side windows. You can see in the video that my friend's car is darker than the car I just painted. Let me remind you at this point that my friend's car has not been repainted in any way. In direct light, the colors look almost the same, because you're seeing the pearlescent color more than the base. But fm other angles, I think it's plainly obvious that my friend's car is darker.
So what does this prove, exactly? This video, by itself, does not prove that the original base color on the car is Worn Dark Red. But what it does prove is that the claim that the car spawns in Matte Dark Red is clearly false. Both cars have the same pearlescent, Torino Red. One has Matte Dark Red and the other has something else, and they're clearly not the same. What's the actual base color of the original car as it spawns? I don't know directly, but I've read others say that according to their own research in save editors, it's Worn Dark Red. The people who claim that are plausible, they've shown me the evidence, and I believe them. I especially believe them over someone who made a claim that I just proved with visual evidence alone is obviously false.
If you're going to talk, if you're going to make claims, especially if you have the audacity to say "confirmed", you'd better make damned sure you know what you're talking about.
Good video, its a shame you had to make it. It's well known the peyote is worn red not dark matte. It seems some people can't see the difference between them. Probably a genetic thing like those people who the the famous blue dress is white. The worn red dukes is the best looking car I have to my eyes and I have some 150 cars. Hellboy made a matte red replica for the time being and it looks fairly similar when it's raining which makes the matte more shiny and darker.