You would think that every car ever made has been in some kind of video game, but Jalopnik readers found ten amazing cars that have never been digitized.
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The real winner of this test is the Internet Games Car Database. It has every car that has ever been featured in any game ever.
If you can find that your favorite car has never been in any video game ever and we didn't feature it on this list, let us know in Kinja below.
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C'mon McLaren, don't give us that ‘oh we haven't actually built any cars yet' bullcrap. You can already play the new Corvette Stingray and that car's not out yet.
There are roughly eight trillion Imprezas in video games, but no super-cool boxy Leone coupes. What gives?
Give us one in Jaegermeister livery and we will be happy. No number of M1s or CSL batwings will suffice.
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There just aren't enough center-seat Canadian supercars you can drive in the virtual world.
Amazingly, there has only been one Lotec ever digitized and it wasn't the 1,000 horsepower, 268 mph C1000. We know where you can get one to digitize.
Nearly every version of the Batmobile has been in a video game, except for the George Barris original. We know one guy who definitely wants to see it digitized.
Again, there are plenty of Ferrari 250 GTOs, but not the greatest pseudo-GTO of all, the Drogo-bodied 250 SWB Breadvan. We'd guess it's because Ferrari probably wants you to forget the car exists.
It's the ultimate off-road supercar! This needs to be in the next Forza Horizon rally pack.
We assume that video game designers haven't been able to model the physics of two front wheels. This is because they're lazy. Give us the six-wheeled F1 car!
You would think that the most powerful, unhinged sports racing car of all time would have been turned into a video game car, so that you could drive it without killing yourself, but you would be wrong.
We'd bet that video game designers are too scared to get behind the wheel to do physics modeling tests.