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Awesome, tyvm! <3
Hello, could we get a changelog pretty please? What's new in 1.2?
I'm afraid to blindly update existing vehicle mods nowadays because often enough the update is just a downgrade because somebody whined about "stolen assets" and such... :|
@NatiX_RP Joking, of course. :P Thank you though, and sorry for the confusion!
The mod is awesome; about time we got something with nice tuning options, high quality, and not one of the Lambos and BMWs the site has 12314321342314 clones of.
-1 star because it's not a Huracan, Aventador, M4 or GT-R!
-1 star because it doesn't have a Liberty Walk kit!
-1 star because it's not on Patreon!
-1 star because it's not ripped from Forza/AC or ported from GTA SA with a polygon count of ~1k and 144p textures!
HOW TO SPAWN THIS CAR???
CAR HAVE NO TUNING!
BRO PLS ANSWER CAN I RUN THIS ON MY WINDOWS VISTA BEAST PC WITH INTEGRATED GRAPHICS, FREE ANTI-VIRUS SCANNING MY 1TB FULL OF ANIME HDD AND 2GB RAM?
Although missing one of my favorite parts (the patio/terrace/balcony thingy), this is still one of the best MLOs on this site imo - ty!
There's a widebody kit version of this apparently, a roadster. Wondering if somebody made a 3D model of that. Would be really nice to have. But knowing the community, if we got one, chances are it'd end up on some greedy dude's Patreon for the next couple of years... May have GTA6 by then.
Hadn't heard of this car/manufacturer before; ty for the interesting share!
It looks like a mashup of Lexus LC 500 + W Motors Lykan Hypersport/Fenyr Supersport + Lamborghini Urus - on steroids! :D
"gtz34" is the model's name. You spawn cars using their model name, which you can view in OpenIV.
It must've gained weight over time. 50-100kb for each time it was leaked. (lmao)
(It's been leaked so many times the first thing I thought when I saw it uploaded here was "Wait up... this mod was private?" literally.)
P.S. After the defragmentation of dlc.rpf and vehicles.rpf, I ended up with a 67.8MB archive.
@KwakuM Ah, I see. Thanks for the conversion in that case!