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20 things we NEED for Online car-wise.


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1. Lower suspension without glitching

2. More drift cars (Supra, Impreza WRX STi, SKYLINE R34, Mazda, Nissan 240sx, etc.)

3. Options to white out / black out head and tail lights

4. Underglow

5. Crew colored rims

6. Colored window tint

7. Better drifting physics

8. Option to lift Jeeps / trucks etc

9. Brake caliper color options

10. Hidden headlamps

11. Sunroofs (cause why not)

12. Sponsor stickers

13. X out bars for headlights (for more than that ugly Euro car)

14. Option to pop hood without glitching

15. Sponsorship decals

16. Gold rims

17. Headlight color of choice (illegal, but everything we do Online is illegal anyway)

18. Option to make each rim a different color

19. Actual drift tracks built around the map

20. Black Halo LED headlights

 

Anything to add? I'm gonna submit this to R* and hopefully they see it.

 

 

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don ovdi' island

1. Lower suspension without glitching OK

2. More drift cars (Supra, Impreza WRX STi, SKYLINE R34, Mazda, Nissan 240sx, etc.) dont NEED that

3. Options to white out / black out head and tail lights Why not

4. Underglow No

5. Crew colored rims Agree

6. Colored window tint Why

7. Better drifting physics LMAO

8. Option to lift Jeeps / trucks etc OK

9. Brake caliper color options OK

10. Hidden headlamps On what cars?

11. Sunroofs (cause why not) Karin Asterope

12. Sponsor stickers They have a game called Dirt

13. X out bars for headlights (for more than that ugly Euro car) IDK

14. Option to pop hood without glitching Sure

15. Sponsorship decals See above

16. Gold rims Already have that, we need chrome

17. Headlight color of choice (illegal, but everything we do Online is illegal anyway) Sure

18. Option to make each rim a different color Uhhh..

19. Actual drift tracks built around the map This isn't a drifting game

20. Black Halo LED headlights Pretty sure that qualifies as colored headlights

 

Anything to add? I'm gonna submit this to R* and hopefully they see it.

 

 

 

LET US LEAVE THE f*ckING CAR RUNNING WHEN WE GET OUT

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Uhh... Last time I checked, #16 is there. The color is below/around Copper or Bronze...

What's the difference between #12 and #15? Aren't they the same?

What would be a "Hidden Headlamp"(#10)? Ones that can be "retracted" into the hood?

#19: What? You want dedicated tracks for drifting? Why not dedicated NASCAR, Le Mans, Nuremberg or whatever as well? Just add a duplicate of the current landmass, remove everything (buildings, signs...) and pave over the terrain; giant race track in 1/10th the time it would take for all the other dedicated tracks...

#3, #17, #20 seem to be the same general thing as well... Different headlight colors/styles.

 

Though, I must ask, why not just play a dedicated racing game (I think there's a new one just out) instead of requesting a bunch of changes that, to a good chunk of the players, will never really be "thrilled" over?

 

Oh, and good luck if you plan on submitting it to R*...

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Where the customization aspect is seriously lacking in is in the wheels department.

 

-Not enough variety (too many plain 5 spoke or mesh options)

-No Chrome finish, Polished Aluminum, Brushed etc..

-No staggered fitment

 

Wheels are more important then paint when deciding what look you want for a custom vehicle.

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manitouscott

May I add:

 

Hydraulics

NITROUS

spike strips

oil slicks

smoke screens

spiked tires

proximity mines

ejection seat

EMP

 

and

 

passenger seat blow up dolls (for us lonely guys with no friends to ride around with)

 

I'd be happy with some more exhaust mods to make the cars sound different.

 

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Ms.AirSuperiority

I just want to raise top speed, my Surfer would really appreciate it.

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Thor Shreddington

I miss the ability to get out of cop cars and leave the lights running without the siren, and get out of any car and leave the engine running and or headlights on. GTAIV had this stuff, and it sucks that it's missing. The ability to lift trucks would be tight too.

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- Lower cars without glitching

- Pop hood without glitching

- Raise suspension for offroad vehicles

- Increase top speed when modifying engine

- Change engine sound to reflect performance mods

- Leave vehicle running with headlights/tail lights on after player has exited the vehicle

 

These are the points that come to my mind. It would also be nice to be able to take a snapmatic of a vehicle without having to get out and use the cellphone. Apparently in Rockstar's world nobody has ever crouched to get low angle shots with their cameras.

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This 1 is alittle more obvious but chrome colored wheels would be nice everyone else covered everything else nicely.

Actually 2 people mentioned chrome a 3rd saying it just stresses how much its needed.

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1. Lower suspension without glitching

2. More drift cars (Supra, Impreza WRX STi, SKYLINE R34, Mazda, Nissan 240sx, etc.)

3. Options to white out / black out head and tail lights

4. Underglow

5. Crew colored rims

6. Colored window tint

7. Better drifting physics

8. Option to lift Jeeps / trucks etc

9. Brake caliper color options

10. Hidden headlamps

11. Sunroofs (cause why not)

12. Sponsor stickers

13. X out bars for headlights (for more than that ugly Euro car)

14. Option to pop hood without glitching

15. Sponsorship decals

16. Gold rims

17. Headlight color of choice (illegal, but everything we do Online is illegal anyway)

18. Option to make each rim a different color

19. Actual drift tracks built around the map

20. Black Halo LED headlights

 

Anything to add? I'm gonna submit this to R* and hopefully they see it.

 

 

13.) It's not a Euro car. It's based on the original Skyline and the Datsun 510 and if you're a "drifter" or Japanese car enthusiast you should know that.

19.) There's a creator for a reason. Make some tracks. There's a TON of them out there already too. Just search on the Social Club and add them to your game.

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How about they let us buy any property we want instead of limiting us to two so we can have more cars and maintain at least one reason to play?

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There is a way to leave your lights and engine on. Shoot your gun, and quickly get in your car. As soon as it starts, get out. Use a silenced weapon or punch at the air so you don't attract cops.

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More body kits and accessories for all vehicles. Especially the ones that have none.

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Id like to see them add a chrome wheel color, a speedometer and an option to keep your car running when you get out

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Anthony_Spilotro

I'm about to blow your minds

 

NEED-

 

-Old Mercury sedan (1970s ish) -Apartment customization

-Bell-bottoms -Snort-able Cocaine

-Revolver -More restaurants

-Functioning Casino -Able to own pets

-Apartments in casino (1970s decor) -Less police

-Retro sideburns

-Albany Roosevelt as a permanent vehicle.

-Bravado Dukes

-1971 Caddilac Elderado (Fully customizable)

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General Fortune

 

13. X out bars for headlights (for more than that ugly Euro car)

 

 

 

EURO CAR? HAHAHAHAHHAHAH." You know nothing, Jon Snow."

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Wastelander (Suzuki)

We need anime graphics.

 

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Why would some one do that to a DMC-12?
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I just want a damn Testarossa god dammit.

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MuhNamesTyler

1. Lower suspension without glitching

2. More drift cars (Supra, Impreza WRX STi, SKYLINE R34, Mazda, Nissan 240sx, etc.)

3. Options to white out / black out head and tail lights

4. Underglow

5. Crew colored rims

6. Colored window tint

7. Better drifting physics

8. Option to lift Jeeps / trucks etc

9. Brake caliper color options

10. Hidden headlamps

11. Sunroofs (cause why not)

12. Sponsor stickers

13. X out bars for headlights (for more than that ugly Euro car)

14. Option to pop hood without glitching

15. Sponsorship decals

16. Gold rims

17. Headlight color of choice (illegal, but everything we do Online is illegal anyway)

18. Option to make each rim a different color

19. Actual drift tracks built around the map

20. Black Halo LED headlights

 

Anything to add? I'm gonna submit this to R* and hopefully they see it.

 

 

Some of this is ok but a lot of it would look tacky as f*ck

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wtf is this drift obsession? I honestly don't get it, seems like a completely ridiculous sport to me. That aside, I get that people have different interests but the whole drifting subculture is completely superfluous.

 

"Dude, check it out, I can make my car slide a lot"

 

"Hey that's actually really cool. Let's build an entire subculture around it with scene clothing, sponsorship deals and multi-million dollar investments. We'll make movies about it too."

 

"OK"

 

I literally cannot even.

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wtf is this drift obsession? I honestly don't get it, seems like a completely ridiculous sport to me. That aside, I get that people have different interests but the whole drifting subculture is completely superfluous.

 

"Dude, check it out, I can make my car slide a lot"

 

"Hey that's actually really cool. Let's build an entire subculture around it with scene clothing, sponsorship deals and multi-million dollar investments. We'll make movies about it too."

 

"OK"

 

I literally cannot even.

It's a style of driving when it comes to tracks and sh*t, yo. God forbid people have a style and like doing a certain thing.

 

Did you know there's washing machine culture? Where people clean up and collect old washing machines, and bring them to events. Seems weird right? I wouldn't judge, drifting is one of the more normal ones dude, people like cars, drifting involves cars, which pretty much means its a subculture of car culture, sort of like stancing, lifted trucks, and insane rice customization, it's all a subculture of something way bigger. It's totally cool if you don't get it, but try not to be like "wow wtf why do people like drifting so weird" It's a hobby, maybe even a lifestyle, and to call a hobby "unnecessary" is unnecessary.

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wtf is this drift obsession? I honestly don't get it, seems like a completely ridiculous sport to me. That aside, I get that people have different interests but the whole drifting subculture is completely superfluous.

 

"Dude, check it out, I can make my car slide a lot"

 

"Hey that's actually really cool. Let's build an entire subculture around it with scene clothing, sponsorship deals and multi-million dollar investments. We'll make movies about it too."

 

"OK"

 

I literally cannot even.

It's a style of driving when it comes to tracks and sh*t, yo. God forbid people have a style and like doing a certain thing.

 

Did you know there's washing machine culture? Where people clean up and collect old washing machines, and bring them to events. Seems weird right? I wouldn't judge, drifting is one of the more normal ones dude, people like cars, drifting involves cars, which pretty much means its a subculture of car culture, sort of like stancing, lifted trucks, and insane rice customization, it's all a subculture of something way bigger. It's totally cool if you don't get it, but try not to be like "wow wtf why do people like drifting so weird" It's a hobby, maybe even a lifestyle, and to call a hobby "unnecessary" is unnecessary.

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He said "superfluous", not "unnecessary". But on that note, drifting is a thing and yeah...I don't "get it" either but it's perfectly fine for some. I do some SCCA racing and autocross and it's completely counter-intuitive for me to make my car go slower by sliding through corners. But that's what some people like and that's fine with me. The only time they bother me is when they try to do it in parking lots full of cars and crash into those cars and drive off or when they show up to an autocross and try to slide through corners and take out all the damn cones it took all day for us to setup. It's a racing style within it's genre...it doesn't work for squat in actual racing.

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Stuff I would like:

-nitro

-hydraulics

-custom decals(flames,lightnings,racing stripes...)

-underlights

-more customization for some vehicles(tuners,muscle cars,lowriders,hotrods,chopper bikes and some others)

-a bunch of vehicles from older GTA games(VC Cheetah,GTA 4 Freeway,Deluxo,Dukes,Stallion,Blista Compact,Zombie,Admiral...)

-ability to leave the car turned on when exiting it

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wtf is this drift obsession? I honestly don't get it, seems like a completely ridiculous sport to me. That aside, I get that people have different interests but the whole drifting subculture is completely superfluous.

 

"Dude, check it out, I can make my car slide a lot"

 

"Hey that's actually really cool. Let's build an entire subculture around it with scene clothing, sponsorship deals and multi-million dollar investments. We'll make movies about it too."

 

"OK"

 

I literally cannot even.

It's a style of driving when it comes to tracks and sh*t, yo. God forbid people have a style and like doing a certain thing.

 

Did you know there's washing machine culture? Where people clean up and collect old washing machines, and bring them to events. Seems weird right? I wouldn't judge, drifting is one of the more normal ones dude, people like cars, drifting involves cars, which pretty much means its a subculture of car culture, sort of like stancing, lifted trucks, and insane rice customization, it's all a subculture of something way bigger. It's totally cool if you don't get it, but try not to be like "wow wtf why do people like drifting so weird" It's a hobby, maybe even a lifestyle, and to call a hobby "unnecessary" is unnecessary.

.

 

He said "superfluous", not "unnecessary". But on that note, drifting is a thing and yeah...I don't "get it" either but it's perfectly fine for some. I do some SCCA racing and autocross and it's completely counter-intuitive for me to make my car go slower by sliding through corners. But that's what some people like and that's fine with me. The only time they bother me is when they try to do it in parking lots full of cars and crash into those cars and drive off or when they show up to an autocross and try to slide through corners and take out all the damn cones it took all day for us to setup. It's a racing style within it's genre...it doesn't work for squat in actual racing. superfluous is another word for unnecessary.
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wtf is this drift obsession? I honestly don't get it, seems like a completely ridiculous sport to me. That aside, I get that people have different interests but the whole drifting subculture is completely superfluous.

 

"Dude, check it out, I can make my car slide a lot"

 

"Hey that's actually really cool. Let's build an entire subculture around it with scene clothing, sponsorship deals and multi-million dollar investments. We'll make movies about it too."

 

"OK"

 

I literally cannot even.

It's a style of driving when it comes to tracks and sh*t, yo. God forbid people have a style and like doing a certain thing.

 

Did you know there's washing machine culture? Where people clean up and collect old washing machines, and bring them to events. Seems weird right? I wouldn't judge, drifting is one of the more normal ones dude, people like cars, drifting involves cars, which pretty much means its a subculture of car culture, sort of like stancing, lifted trucks, and insane rice customization, it's all a subculture of something way bigger. It's totally cool if you don't get it, but try not to be like "wow wtf why do people like drifting so weird" It's a hobby, maybe even a lifestyle, and to call a hobby "unnecessary" is unnecessary.

.

 

He said "superfluous", not "unnecessary". But on that note, drifting is a thing and yeah...I don't "get it" either but it's perfectly fine for some. I do some SCCA racing and autocross and it's completely counter-intuitive for me to make my car go slower by sliding through corners. But that's what some people like and that's fine with me. The only time they bother me is when they try to do it in parking lots full of cars and crash into those cars and drive off or when they show up to an autocross and try to slide through corners and take out all the damn cones it took all day for us to setup. It's a racing style within it's genre...it doesn't work for squat in actual racing.
superfluous is another word for unnecessary.

 

But you used quotes meaning you were quoting the word "unnecessary" when he never used that word. I'm aware of what it means. You just made a pretty glaring faux pas.

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wtf is this drift obsession? I honestly don't get it, seems like a completely ridiculous sport to me. That aside, I get that people have different interests but the whole drifting subculture is completely superfluous.

 

"Dude, check it out, I can make my car slide a lot"

 

"Hey that's actually really cool. Let's build an entire subculture around it with scene clothing, sponsorship deals and multi-million dollar investments. We'll make movies about it too."

 

"OK"

 

I literally cannot even.

It's a style of driving when it comes to tracks and sh*t, yo. God forbid people have a style and like doing a certain thing.

 

Did you know there's washing machine culture? Where people clean up and collect old washing machines, and bring them to events. Seems weird right? I wouldn't judge, drifting is one of the more normal ones dude, people like cars, drifting involves cars, which pretty much means its a subculture of car culture, sort of like stancing, lifted trucks, and insane rice customization, it's all a subculture of something way bigger. It's totally cool if you don't get it, but try not to be like "wow wtf why do people like drifting so weird" It's a hobby, maybe even a lifestyle, and to call a hobby "unnecessary" is unnecessary.

.

 

He said "superfluous", not "unnecessary". But on that note, drifting is a thing and yeah...I don't "get it" either but it's perfectly fine for some. I do some SCCA racing and autocross and it's completely counter-intuitive for me to make my car go slower by sliding through corners. But that's what some people like and that's fine with me. The only time they bother me is when they try to do it in parking lots full of cars and crash into those cars and drive off or when they show up to an autocross and try to slide through corners and take out all the damn cones it took all day for us to setup. It's a racing style within it's genre...it doesn't work for squat in actual racing.
superfluous is another word for unnecessary.

 

But you used quotes meaning you were quoting the word "unnecessary" when he never used that word. I'm aware of what it means. You just made a pretty glaring faux pas. wasn't meant to be, a lot of people don't exactly know what superfluous even means, sorry for the misunderstanding lol. that's why I changed the word. the word is different, same meaning. Edited by MOA WINGS
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Wasn't car underglow in one of the commercials/TV shows on the TV? I remember seeing it.. Another beta left-out element?

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wtf is this drift obsession? I honestly don't get it, seems like a completely ridiculous sport to me. That aside, I get that people have different interests but the whole drifting subculture is completely superfluous.

 

"Dude, check it out, I can make my car slide a lot"

 

"Hey that's actually really cool. Let's build an entire subculture around it with scene clothing, sponsorship deals and multi-million dollar investments. We'll make movies about it too."

 

"OK"

 

I literally cannot even.

It's a style of driving when it comes to tracks and sh*t, yo. God forbid people have a style and like doing a certain thing.

 

Did you know there's washing machine culture? Where people clean up and collect old washing machines, and bring them to events. Seems weird right? I wouldn't judge, drifting is one of the more normal ones dude, people like cars, drifting involves cars, which pretty much means its a subculture of car culture, sort of like stancing, lifted trucks, and insane rice customization, it's all a subculture of something way bigger. It's totally cool if you don't get it, but try not to be like "wow wtf why do people like drifting so weird" It's a hobby, maybe even a lifestyle, and to call a hobby "unnecessary" is unnecessary.

.

 

He said "superfluous", not "unnecessary". But on that note, drifting is a thing and yeah...I don't "get it" either but it's perfectly fine for some. I do some SCCA racing and autocross and it's completely counter-intuitive for me to make my car go slower by sliding through corners. But that's what some people like and that's fine with me. The only time they bother me is when they try to do it in parking lots full of cars and crash into those cars and drive off or when they show up to an autocross and try to slide through corners and take out all the damn cones it took all day for us to setup. It's a racing style within it's genre...it doesn't work for squat in actual racing.
superfluous is another word for unnecessary.

 

But you used quotes meaning you were quoting the word "unnecessary" when he never used that word. I'm aware of what it means. You just made a pretty glaring faux pas.wasn't meant to be, a lot of people don't exactly know what superfluous even means, sorry for the misunderstanding lol. that's why I changed the word. the word is different, same meaning.

 

No worries.

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