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What It's Like To Drive a Manual Porsche 911 On San Francisco Hills!! (POV)
 
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Driver: San Francisco - Audi TT RS Coupe (2010)
 
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Driver: San Francisco - Audi TT RS Coupe (2010) Gameplay PC The Audi TT is a small two-door sports car marketed by Volkswagen Group subsidiary Audi since 1998, both assembled by the Audi subsidiary Audi Hungaria Motor Kft. in Győr, Hungary, using bodyshells manufactured and painted at Audi's Ingolstadt plant. For each of its two generations, the TT has been available as a 2+2 Coupé and as a two-seater roadster employing consecutive generations of the Volkswagen Group A platform, starting with the A4 (PQ34). As a result of this platform-sharing, the Audi TT has identical powertrain and suspension layouts as its related platform-mates; including a front-mounted transversely oriented engine, front-wheel drive or quattro four-wheel drive system, and fully independent front suspension using MacPherson struts. With its world debut at the 2009 Geneva Auto Show, and developed by Audi's high-performance subsidiary quattro GmbH at Neckarsulm, Audi released the first ever compact sports car Audi "RS" model -- the Audi TT RS, which was available from 2009 in Coupé and Roadster variants. This new TT RS harks back to the sporting legacy of 1980s Audi Quattros -- with their high-performance five-cylinder turbocharged engines, the TT RS will include an all-new 2.5-litre inline five-cylinder Turbocharged Fuel Stratified Injection (TFSI) petrol engine. This new 183 kilograms (403 lb) engine produces a DIN-rated motive power output of 250 kilowatts (340 PS; 335 bhp) from 5,400 to 6,700 rpm, and torque of 450 newton metres (332 lbf·ft) at 1,600--5,300 rpm. Ever since the original Audi "RS" model -- the Audi RS2 Avant, all Audi "RS" models were assembled at the quattro GmbH factory in Neckarsulm, Germany. The TT RS is the first Audi RS vehicle that will not have any of its assembly performed in Neckarsulm but will be completely assembled in the Audi factory in Győr, Hungary, alongside the base Audi TT. The TT RS has a new short-shift close-ratio six-speed manual transmission, and like all "RS" models, is only available with Audi's 'trademark' quattro four-wheel-drive system, with the TT RS using a specially adapted version of the latest generation multi-plate clutch from Haldex Traction. Additions to the quattro system include a constant velocity joint before the cardan propeller shaft, and a compact rear-axle differential -- upgraded to cope with the increased torque from the five-cylinder turbo engine. Like the TTS, the TT RS has a 10 millimetres (0.4 in) lower ride height, optional "Audi Magnetic Ride", and rides on standard 18-inch roadwheels with 245/45 ZR18 tyres (optional 19" or 20" wheels are also available). The brakes are upgraded to include two-piece cross-drilled and radially vented front discs, sized at 370 millimetres (14.6 in) in diameter. The front discs are clamped by gloss black painted four-piston calipers, adorned with the RS logo. Rear ventilated discs are sized at 310 millimetres (12.2 in) in diameter. It includes a fixed rear spoiler (retractable optional), and has black interior with heated Alcantara/leather sports seats (Silk Nappa, Fine Nappa leather optional). The Recaro "RS bucket" seats, first seen in the Audi B7 RS4 are also available as an option. Also carried over from the B7 RS4 is the 'Sport' button, which sharpens the throttle response and deepens the exhaust note TT RS Exhaust .mp3, and a three-stage user-selectable Electronic Stability Programme (ESP). Official performance figures indicate the TT RS Coupé will accelerate from standstill to 100 kilometres per hour (62.1 mph) in 4.5 seconds (4.7 seconds for the Roadster), with an electronically limited top speed of 250 kilometres per hour (155.3 mph). There is a factory option to de-restrict the top speed to 280 kilometres per hour (174.0 mph). The Coupé has a kerb weight of 1,450 kilograms (3,197 lb), and the Roadster weighs in at 1,510 kilograms (3,329 lb). As of 2010 the TT-RS is available with the 7-speed DSG automatic transmission capable of handling the torque delivered by the engine. The 6-speed gearbox used in the TT-S cannot cope with 450 newton metres (332 lbf·ft) which is why the TT-RS initially was offered only with a manual transmission. Review Testdrive
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Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 (2009) Review Test Drive On Driver San Francisco 2011
 
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Driver: San Francisco puts you in the role of John Tanner who, after a brief and not too successful pursuit of your arch nemesis, is in a coma. These opening ten minutes provide not only a reason for the game's ensuing detachment from reality but an indication of the soul that permeates all areas of the gameplay experience. From here on, the game is played through a kind of foggy coma dream, removing the need for one of the most naturally entrenched video game limitations of all: you are this character. Modern cars sit alongside some real American classics.The Shift ability, then, is the marquee feature for Ubisoft's latest instalment in the Driver franchise. It does require that kind of unwavering acceptance that we, as seasoned games players, should be used to. If you leave your questions and reasoning at the start screen then you'll be rewarded with an imaginative and well implemented quirk of gameplay that makes things much more interesting while also negating the need for the out-of-the-car sections that some have criticised in previous Driver games. The Lamborghini Gallardo ( /ɡaɪˈjɑrdoʊ/; Italian: [ɡaʎˈʎardo]) is a sports car built by Automobili Lamborghini. The Gallardo is Lamborghini's most-produced model to date, with over 10,000 built in its first seven years of production.[3] The car is named after a famous breed of fighting bull. The Gallardo offers two choices of transmissions, a conventional (H-Box) six-speed manual transmission, and an advanced six-speed electro-hydraulically controlled semi-automatic robotized manual, which Lamborghini abbreviates to "E-gear". The "E-gear" allows the driver to make shifts much faster than a manual transmission would. The driver shifts up and down via paddles behind the steering wheel, but can also use an automatic mode.[4] For the MY2006 (launched in late 2005) Lamborghini introduced many changes to the car to counter some criticisms garnered from the press and owners. These were derived from the limited edition Gallardo SE. The exhaust system was changed to a more sporty one (including a flap to make it quieter around town), the suspension was revised and a new steering rack was fitted, the engine power was increased by 20 bhp to a maximum of 512 brake horsepower (382 kW), the biggest change was an overall lowering of the gearing especially in 1st to 5th. The result was a much improved car; it handled and turned better, sounded better under full throttle and the extra power and lower gearing turned an already fast car into a seriously quick one.
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Driver - San Francisco - Shift mode
 
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Introduction to Shift Mode and Gameplay
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Driver San Francisco- Quick Shift Glitch 2
 
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This one screws up your game. You end up having your car controlled by AI. (Sometimes it might not work and another glitch may occur with the camera, I think it depends on what view your in) Enjoy!
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People Try Driving Stick Shift For The First Time
 
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Driver: San Francisco - Audi A4 2 0 TFSI (2010)
 
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Driver: San Francisco - Audi A4 2 0 TFSI (2010) Gameplay PC The Audi A4 is a line of compact executive cars produced since late 1994 by the German car manufacturer Audi, a subsidiary of the Volkswagen Group. The A4 has been built in four generations and is based on Volkswagen's B platform. The first generation A4 succeeded the Audi 80. The automaker's internal numbering treats the A4 as a continuation of the Audi 80 lineage, with the initial A4 designated as the B5-series, followed by the B6, B7, and the current B8. The B8 A4 is built on the Volkswagen Group MLB platform shared with many other Audi models and potentially one Porsche model within Volkswagen Group. The Audi A4 automobile layout consists of a longitudinally oriented engine at the front, with transaxle-type transmissions mounted at the rear of the engine. The cars are front-wheel drive, or on some models, "quattro" all-wheel drive. The A4 is available as a saloon/sedan and estate/wagon. The second (B6) and third generations (B7) of the A4 also had a convertible version, but the B8 version of the convertible became a variant of the Audi A5 instead as Audi got back into the compact executive coupé segment. Audi released the first official pictures of the B8 series A4 in August 2007, and unveiled the car to the public at the September 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show. Saloon/sedan and Avant (estate/wagon) models are offered. The Avant was unveiled to the public at the March 2008 Geneva Motor Show. The B8 A4 is built on a variant of the Audi Modular Longitudinal Platform, a platform which is also used in the Audi A5 coupé. Whilst prior A4 chassis were limited in wheelbase due to the relationship between the engine, transmission and front axle, the MLP allows for a reduced front overhang, resulting in a greater wheelbase length without the same increase in overall length. This effectively redistributes the centre of gravity slightly rearwards, improving handling by better balancing vehicle mass between the front and rear axles. The estimated static front:rear weight ratio of the B8 A4 is approximately 55:45, depending on body style and engine. The relocation of the steering rack in front of the axle also improves handling over previous A4 platforms.[citation needed] The B8 A4 has increased in wheelbase by 160 millimetres (6.3 in) and in length by 117 millimetres (4.6 in) over the prior B7, which has allowed for increased rear seating legroom. Although the overall dimensions have increased, the kerb weight has dropped some 10%. The boot (trunk) has also increased to 480 litres (17.0 cu ft) for the saloon (sedan) version. The A4 Avant will have a maximum capacity of 1,430 L (50.5 cu ft) with the rear seats folded down. Reception has been mixed, with praise for the Audi A4's increased size, giving it best-in-class rear legroom and trunk space in the compact executive car segment. Its inline-4 2.0 TFSI engine, while efficient providing plenty of torque, was considered lacking and less refined compared to 6-cylinder engines of lighter rivals who posted faster acceleration times. However, the Audi S4 sports sedan has been well-received for its V6 3.0 TFSI engine's power and efficiency. Review Testdrive
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Driver San Francisco - Dev diary [PL]
 
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http://driver-game.com http://www.facebook.com/Driver Developed by Ubisoft Reflections DRIVER® SAN FRANCISCO signs a return to the roots of the original title. Much to the delight of action driving gamers, DRIVER® SAN FRANCISCO features a unique open city driving and a shift mode allowing easy switching between cars. Gear up for furious chases and hunt down your worst enemy in San Francisco ! DRIVER® SAN FRANCISCO will be released on September 1st 2011.
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Ford Crown Victoria Review Test Drive On Driver San Francisco 2011
 
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Driver: San Francisco puts you in the role of John Tanner who, after a brief and not too successful pursuit of your arch nemesis, is in a coma. These opening ten minutes provide not only a reason for the game's ensuing detachment from reality but an indication of the soul that permeates all areas of the gameplay experience. From here on, the game is played through a kind of foggy coma dream, removing the need for one of the most naturally entrenched video game limitations of all: you are this character. Modern cars sit alongside some real American classics.The Shift ability, then, is the marquee feature for Ubisoft's latest instalment in the Driver franchise. It does require that kind of unwavering acceptance that we, as seasoned games players, should be used to. If you leave your questions and reasoning at the start screen then you'll be rewarded with an imaginative and well implemented quirk of gameplay that makes things much more interesting while also negating the need for the out-of-the-car sections that some have criticised in previous Driver games. The Ford Crown Victoria (commonly nicknamed the Crown Vic) is a rear-wheel drive full-size car first produced by the Ford Motor Company for the North American market in the mid-1950s. Its current incarnation has been in production since 1992 at Ford's St. Thomas Assembly plant. While the Crown Victoria shares its platform and components with the Lincoln Town Car, it shares almost no exterior sheet metal or interior parts. Beginning with the 2008 model year, it has been officially available only for fleet sales, mainly in police and taxi form, as well as for rental car companies. The Crown Victoria (along with its Mercury and Lincoln counterparts) is the only full-frame rear-wheel-drive passenger car currently built in North America. It is also one of the few surviving US vehicles still in production with features such as the column-mounted gear shift and a two-bench, six-passenger seating layout; a format which was dominant for US-manufactured vehicles from the 1950s onward, but nowadays has otherwise largely been replaced by the two front-bucket layout popularized by imports.
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Driver: San Francisco - Dodge Ram 3500 Laramie (2010)
 
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Driver: San Francisco - Dodge Ram 3500 Laramie (2010) Gameplay PC The Ram Pickup (formerly the Dodge Ram) is a full-size pickup truck manufactured by Chrysler Group LLC. As of 2010, it has been sold under the Ram Trucks brand. Previously, Ram was part of the Dodge lineup of light trucks. The name Ram was first used in 1981 on the redesigned Ram and Power Ram following the retiring and rebadging of the Dodge D Series pickup trucks as well as B-series vans. The truck is named for the Ram hood ornament that first appeared on Dodge vehicles in 1933. The Ram Truck is in its fourth generation as of the 2009 model year. Ram trucks have been named Motor Trend magazine's Truck of the Year five times; the second-generation Ram won the award in 1994, the third-generation Ram Heavy Duty won the award in 2003, the fourth-generation Ram Heavy Duty won in 2010 and the current Ram 1500 won in 2013 and 2014. The Ram is currently built at the Saltillo Truck Assembly in Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico and at the Warren Truck Assembly in Warren, Michigan, United States. As of 2014, the Ram truck Series are available in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Peru (Ram 2500 only), Brazil (Ram 1500 only), and the Middle East (Ram 1500 only) in LHD only. Chassis Cab versions were made for the Ram 3500, 4500, and 5500 models. The 3500 Heavy Duty model was unveiled at the 2009 Chicago Auto Show. Engine choices include 5.7L HEMI V-8 rated 383 bhp (286 kW)@5600 rpm and 542 N·m (400 lb·ft)@4000 rpm for Ram 3500, 6.7L Cummins turbo diesel rated 350 bhp (260 kW)@3013 rpm and 880 N·m (650 lb·ft)@1500 rpm for Ram 3500 (optional), 4500, 5500. Late model 2011 diesel trucks were uprated to 800 lb·ft (1,085 N·m) of torque. Transmission choices include a standard 6-speed manual or optional 6-speed Aisin automatic. Both transmissions support the Power Take Off option. The 3500 model has regular or crew cab, single-rear-wheel or dual-rear-wheel. Four cab-axle lengths (60, 84, 108 and 120 inches) for 4500/5500 or two cab-axle lengths (60 and 84 inches) for 3500, and three trim levels (ST, SLT and Laramie). The Ram 3500 has three axle ratios (3.42, 3.73 and 4.10) and 17-inch wheels. Ram 4500/5500 has three axle ratios (4.10, 4.44 and 4.88) and 19.5-inch wheels. The 4500/5500 Rams rear axle is a Dana S 110. The front axle on 4x4 models is manufactured by Magna, while 2-wheel-drive models just have a solid, non-drive axle.
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Driver: San Francisco - Alfa Romeo Spider Duetto (1966)
 
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Driver: San Francisco - Alfa Romeo Spider Duetto (1966) Gameplay PC The Alfa Romeo Spider (105/115 series) is a roadster produced by the Italian manufacturer Alfa Romeo from 1966 to 1993 — with small run of 1994 models for the North American market. The Spider remained in production for almost three decades with only minor aesthetic and mechanical changes. The first three series were assembled by Pininfarina in Grugliasco and the fourth series in San Giorgio Canavese. The last Spider was produced in April 1993 — the last rear wheel drive Alfa Romeo before the Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione of 2007. In May of 2012, Fiat announced an agreement with Mazda to co-develop a new Spider for 2015 based on the Mazda MX-5 platform. The agreement was finalized in January of 2013. The Spider nameplate originates from the English word "speeder", a two-person open horse-carriage. The first presentation of the modern car, as a prototype, was at the Turin Motor Show in 1961. However, the continuing success of existing models and the economic challenges facing Italy at the time meant that the first pre-launch production Spiders began to emerge from the Pininfarina production line only at the end of 1965. Based on the Giulia 105 series chassis, the Spider was launched in the 36th Geneva Motor Show in March 1966. Unnamed at launch, the name "Duetto" was chosen in a write-in competition in Italy. The Italian firm of Pininfarina was responsible for the design of the body; in fact, the Duetto was the last project with which founder Battista "Pinin" Farina was personally associated.[8] Franco Martinengo was the Design Director at Pininfarina at that time. Pininfarina were also responsible for the manufacture of the vehicle's monocoque construction (designed with the relatively new principles of crumple zones incorporated into the front and rear). The engine was a 1570 cc variant of the Alfa Romeo twin cam four cylinder engine, had dual Weber two-barrel side-draft carburetors, and produced 109 hp (81 kW). Sparsely fitted inside but including five speed manual transmission, disc brakes and independent front suspension, the price on launch in Italy was 2,195,000 lire. In the United States the car sold for $3,950 (compared to $3,991 for a Lotus Elan and $2,607 for an MGB.) In the United Kingdom the car's price was close to a Jaguar E-Type. The original "Duetto" was in production from 1966--1967; replaced in late 1967 by the 1750 Spider Veloce, powered by a 118 hp (88 kW) 1779 cc engine. In Europe this was fitted with two twin carburettors, whereas models for the North American market (from MY 1969) had SPICA (Società Pompe Iniezione Cassani & Affini) mechanical fuel injection. Modifications were also made to the suspension, brakes, electrics and wheels and tires though the car looked effectively the same. Visible differences were limited to the rear-view mirror repositioned to the door, and different badging on the tail. During the production run, the front repeater lights were moved ahead of the wheelarches. The car's official title was 1750 Spider Veloce, the name "Duetto" being dropped from this point on. A new Spider 1300 Junior, with a 1290 cc engine producing 89 hp (66 kW), was introduced in 1968. This lacked various features of the 1750, including the plastic headlamp fairings, the brake servo, hubcaps and opening quarterlight. Junior version had black-coloured lower front bumper. Due to its round (or long) tail, the Series 1 Spider is sometimes known by the nickname of "Osso di Seppia" - Italian for "cuttlefish bone" or "boat tail" to differentiate it from the "Kamm tail" Series 2. This particular car was the model featured in the 1967 movie The Graduate, driven by Ben, the character played by Dustin Hoffman. 6,324 of 1600 'Duetto' were made and 2,680 of 1300 Junior. Review Testdrive
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Driver San Francisco - PS3 - Shift lvl4
 
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Secret Vehicles in Driver: San Francisco
 
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UPDATE! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pF9sb7W0Pwo UPDATE 2! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U_0bKZayrMk This video shows some of the secret and unreleased vehicles in Driver: San Francisco.
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Driver San Francisco │ DANGEROUS LEARNER │ Let's Play Ep.4 (60FPS)
 
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EPISODE 4 OF THE DRIVER SAN FRANCISCO LET'S PLAY! In this episode we FWD drift in a Fiat 500 and set everyone to deadly danger 10/10. ___ Annotation Links: Need for Speed 2015 │ PC, 60FPS, 4K, WHEEL SUPPORT & MANUAL TRANSMISSION! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TIjC-lTi7I Driver San Francisco Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPkEjV3pWFtJsCQpROnVXbHKxXhSOFCn5 ___ Buy the game here: Uplay: http://bit.ly/1JjX4YE Steam: http://bit.ly/1Jv54lJ Or try to find a cheaper deal here: G2A: http://bit.ly/1ds4mmW ___ Social: Twitter: https://twitter.com/SkiStam Steam: http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198084152384/ Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=SkiStam Playlists: https://www.youtube.com/user/SkiStam/playlists ___ PC Specifications: http://pastebin.com/c4ka2xcg (2015-08-01) Gamepad: F310 Microphone: sE X1 (XLR) If you have any other questions about my videos you can write a comment in the comment section. ___ Feel free to comment in the comment section below about suggestions. I will also take any advice! ___ Music by Ninety9Lives Kozoro & Evence - Insomnia Video Link: http://99l.tv/Insomnia Outro Song Duko - Get Up On My Keys Video Link: http://99l.tv/GetUpOnMyKeys Channel: http://99l.tv/Subscribe Album Download Link: http://99l.tv/PressStart
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Driver: San Francisco - Chevrolet Camaro SS - Jones' Car (2010)
 
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Driver: San Francisco - Chevrolet Camaro SS - Jones' Car (2010) Gameplay PC The Chevrolet Camaro is an automobile manufactured by General Motors under the Chevrolet brand, classified as a pony car and some versions also as a muscle car. It went on sale on September 29, 1966, for the 1967 model year and was designed as a competing model to the Ford Mustang. The car shared its platform and major components with the Pontiac Firebird, also introduced for 1967. Four distinct generations of the Camaro were developed before production ended in 2002. The nameplate was revived on a concept car that evolved into the fifth-generation Camaro; production started on March 16, 2009. The Camaro received a complete redesign, and new platform for the 2010 model year/fifth generation. Based on the 2006 Camaro Concept and 2007 Camaro Convertible Concept, production of the fifth-generation Camaro was approved on 10 August 2006. The Oshawa Car Assembly plant in the city of Oshawa, Ontario, Canada began producing the new Camaro which went on sale in spring of 2009 as a 2010 model year vehicle. Following the development of the Zeta architecture and because of its position as the GM global center of RWD development, GM Holden in Australia led the final design, engineering, and development of the Camaro. Production of the coupé began on March 16, 2009, in LS, LT, and SS trim levels. LS and LT models are powered by a 3.6 L (220 cu in) V6 producing 312 hp for the 2010 & 2011 model mated to either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic with manual shift. The SS is powered by the 6.2 L (376 cu in) LS3 V8 producing 426 hp (318 kW) and is paired with a 6-speed manual. The automatic SS gets the L99 V8 with 400 hp (300 kW). The RS appearance package is available on both the LT and SS and features 20-inch wheels with a darker gray tone, halo rings around xenon headlamps, a unique spoiler, and red RS or SS badges. The 2012 model year marked the 45th anniversary of the Camaro and commemorated with a model available only in "Carbon Flash Metallic" paint. The 45th anniversary edition Camaro also included a unique stripe package, red white and blue interior stitching and 45th edition exclusive 20" wheels. The V6 was updated to a 3.6 L "LFX" engine producing 323 hp (241 kW). The SS model received an upgrade to the suspension system. All models received the RS spoiler and taillight details, wheel-mounted volume and radio controls, and Bluetooth connectivity controls as standard. The 2012 ZL1 Camaro included a 6.2 L LSA supercharged V8 producing 580 hp (430 kW). The LSA motor is the same used in the Cadillac CTS-V and makes it the fastest production Camaro ever produced. Other features included 2-stage exhaust, the addition of suede seats, steering wheel, and shift knob, as well as ZL1-exclusive 20" aluminum wheels. In 2012 Chevrolet unveiled the production of the 2013 Camaro ZL1 Convertible. On December 19, 2012 GM announced that the Camaro would return to being made in America, as production of the Camaro would be shifted to the Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant in Michigan, citing "lower capital investment and improved production efficiencies" as "key factors" in the move. This move is expected to start in late 2015 or early 2016. At the 2013 New York Auto Show, Chevrolet unveiled a line-up of 2014 Camaros with a refreshed body style and the highly anticipated return of the Z/28 Camaro. The 2014 Camaro received many upgrades, most notably to the exterior front and rear of the vehicle. The front end of the new Camaro received a slimmer, more refined grille along with a larger lower fascia and new fog lights. The rear end showed new taillights that took styling cues from the original first generation Camaro. The RS appearance package now incorporates LED's into both the headlights and taillights. The Z/28 returns paying homage to the original first generation iterations of the Z/28 that were a real force at the track. The Z/28 model features a high-performance 7.0 liter LS7 V8 engine that produces 505 hp, the same engine used in the Z06 Corvette. The new Z/28 features numerous upgrades intended to improve lap times, and true to the original Z/28, air conditioning is an option.
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Driver: San Francisco - Nissan 370Z Drift (2009)
 
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Driver: San Francisco - Nissan 370Z Drift (2009) Gameplay PC The Nissan 370Z (known as the Fairlady Z Z34 in Japan) is a sports car manufactured by Nissan Motors. It was announced on October 29, 2008 and was first shown at an event in Los Angeles ahead of the 2008 Greater LA Auto Show, before being officially unveiled at the show itself. The 370Z is the sixth-generation of the Nissan Z-car line, succeeding the 350Z. Almost every piece and component of the 370Z has been redesigned from the previous model (350Z). It is powered by the VQ37VHR 3.7 L (230 cu in) DOHC V6 with Variable Valve and Lift Control and produces 332 bhp (248 kW; 337 PS). Power delivery to the rear wheels comes through a new 7-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters or 6-speed manual transmission which features the world's first synchronized down shift rev-matching system, SynchroRev Match. The SynchroRev Match system is only available with the sports package. The differential offered with the Sport Package is indicated to be a viscous limited slip differential. The new driveshaft is made from a carbon-fiber composite material. Compared to the 350Z, the 370Z has a wheelbase 4 in (100 mm) shorter at 100.4 in (2,550 mm) and an overall length 2.7 in (69 mm) shorter at 167.1 in (4,240 mm). The overall width has been increased by 1.3 in (33 mm), the rear track by 2.2 in (56 mm), and overall height reduced by 0.3 in (7.6 mm). The smaller exterior dimensions and use of more lightweight materials help reduce weight. (Although it should be noted that a 2003--2005 base model 350Z is actually lighter than the 370Z, since federally mandated safety features add weight to models produced after 2008). The 370Z features a front aluminum subframe, aluminum-alloy engine cradle, aluminum door panels, an all-aluminum hood, and an aluminum hatch. Front body torsion rigidity is improved by 10 percent with an extensively revised body structure which includes a new front suspension cradle to reduce front body lateral bending, new rear structural reinforcements, and an underbody "V-bar" to help reduce rear lateral bending. Rear body torsion rigidity is improved by up to 22 percent and rear body vertical bending rigidity is improved by up to 30 percent. Additional enhancements include the use of a carbon fiber composite radiator housing and strengthening of the rear fender and hatch areas. The new structure weighs slightly less than the 350Z. The 370Z uses a front double wishbone suspension, with forged aluminum control arms and steering knuckle, the rear multi-link suspension uses a forged aluminum upper control arm, lower arm and radius rod, the toe control rod is steel and wheel carrier assembly is aluminum. The refreshed 2013 model uses new dampers with the Sport package models. The brakes have been changed from the more expensive Brembo racing brakes to Nissan branded brakes which are manufactured by Akebono. The coefficient of drag is 0.30 and 0.29 with the Sport Package, figures identical to the 350Z. Testdrive Review
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Driver: San Francisco - Dodge Challenger SRT8 (2009)
 
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Driver: San Francisco - Dodge Challenger SRT8 (2009) Gameplay PC The Dodge Challenger is the name of three different generations of automobiles marketed by the Dodge division of Chrysler. The Dodge Silver Challenger was produced in 1959. From 1970 to 1974, the first generation Dodge Challenger pony car was built using the Chrysler E platform, sharing major components with the Plymouth Barracuda. The second generation, from 1978 to 1983, was a badge engineered Mitsubishi Galant Lambda. The third, and current generation, was introduced in 2008 as a rival to the evolved fifth generation Ford Mustang and the fifth generation Chevrolet Camaro. Production of the limited edition 2008 SRT8s ended in July 2008, and production of the expanded 2009 line-up started in early August of the same year. The expanded offering was the same as had been unveiled earlier that spring at the 2008 New York Auto Show. Chrysler debuted the full Dodge Challenger line for 2009, with four different trims -- SE, R/T, SRT8, and the SXT in Canada only. In addition to the SRT8, which remained unchanged except for the optional 6 speed manual, the line-up included the previously mentioned SE and SXT which offered the 250 HP 3.5-Liter V6. The R/T hosted a 5.7 Hemi sporting 370 hp (276 kW) and 398 lb·ft (540 N·m) of torque when coupled with the 5 speed automatic, and 375 hp (280 kW) with 404 lb·ft (548 N·m) when matched with the same Tremec 6-speed manual transmission as the SRT8. The 2009 SRT8, while still equipped with the 6.1L (370 cu in) Hemi V8, is virtually identical to its 2008 counterpart, with the main difference being the choice of either a 5-speed automatic or a 6-speed manual transmission. Standard features include Brembo brakes, a sport suspension, bi-xenon headlamps, heated leather sport seats, keyless go, Sirius satellite radio, and 20-inch (510 mm) forged aluminum wheels in addition to most amenities offered on the R/T and SE models such as air conditioning and cruise control. In addition, the 2009 had a true "limited slip" differential. A "Spring Special" SRT8 Challenger was also offered in B5 Blue, but due to rolling plant shutdowns, just over 250 Spring Special Challengers were built before the end of the 2009 model year. Testdrive Review
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Driver: San Francisco - Prologue: Part 1 - Walkthrough Gameplay PC
 
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Driver: San Francisco - Prologue: Part 1 - Walkthrough Gameplay PC A scene follows and then you'll appear in the car again, now chasing Jericho in an armored transport vehicle. He has a good lead on you, but all you really need to do is remain in pursuit. It shouldn't be hard to keep him in sight and the on-screen radar does a good job of directing you if needed. Be ready to take a few tight corners at intersections as Jericho tries to shake you. Keeping at a slight distance (but still close) makes it easiest to handle such surprises. When you chase Jericho through an alleyway area, you'll lose track of him during a scripted scene. Then he reappears behind you, chasing you along a narrow alleyway. Race along the alley and another scene follows. Then you're tasked with following Jericho again. Use the mini-map to find the armored vehicle. You'll have to race along several streets and though it seems like cutting through alleys would be a good idea, it's actually not because a lot of them are blocked off by translucent red barriers. Stick to the main streets and watch the indicators on-screen to know when to turn. Finally, you'll catch up to the vehicle. Another scene follows when you catch up to the armored car. Then you'll find yourself driving an ambulance. Your goal now is to get to the hospital while taking as little damage as possible. Again, the on-screen map will give a good idea where to go. You want to follow the longer streets and make turns onto side roads only as necessary. When you reach the hospital parking lot, pull into the space indicated by the quest marker and yet another scene follows as you transfer back to the hot rod vehicle with Jones. As you arrive back in that driver seat, he's telling you that next it makes sense to head to the chop shop. Do as he suggests, still relying on the indicator to make the task an easy one. To reach the next quest marker, it's easiest again to stick to the main street. The map indicator will show your destination off to the right as you speed along a main strip, but there are no access streets until you drive past it and then loop back around. When you finally arrive, another scene follows and then the game will walk you through the process of switching from one vehicle to the next. Follow the on-screen directions and familiarize yourself with the process, which you'll be putting to frequent use throughout the game's remainder. Your mini-tutorial ends with instructions to shift into a cab. That should be easy, as there will be several taxi cabs in the area. Pick one and shift to it, then drive it toward the area indicated on the map. You should come into view of a beautiful sports car sitting on the side of the road, and the game will instruct you to shift into it. Do as you are told and you'll find yourself taking a test drive in the car. The game explains that you can complete such missions to make other missions available in-game, which is definitely of interest. Drive around in the car and complete the on-screen directions. First you'll have to overtake 10 drivers (just race around the streets and pass a lot of people), then get some air within the indicated area. For the second task, just drive as quickly as you can and when you go flying over the top of a hill, you should easily get the required lift. The salesman will ask you to return to the lot, which you'll agree to do, but as you go you should find another challenge that you can complete. Here, the goal is to drive through 18 gates in a minute and a half or less. You'll descend along a series of switchbacks that do a good job of familiarizing you with the process of taking ridiculously tight turns, then after that you'll have to race along a relatively straight stretch with traffic. When you reach the end of the route, assuming that you do so before the timer expires, you will be instructed to return to Tanner's car. Tanner's car is indicated on the map by a yellow circle with a white letter 'T' in its center, so you should be able to look to the mini-map to find it. When you at last find it and try to return, though, you'll be informed that you need to complete more missions. Some police cruisers race past and you can leap into one of them to keep things going. The goal while you are in the police cruiser is to catch up to a speeder and then to ram him repeatedly so that he doesn't have a chance to get away. This must be done without falling out of range for 10 seconds. The car will speed through busy traffic in an effort to lose you, but if you drive cautiously you should keep up with him and you can hit him a few times from behind. You don't have to be going especially fast, just fast enough to overtake the other car. When you damage the vehicle enough, it will crash to a halt and then you can return to Tanner's car.
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Driver: San Francisco Demo HD
 
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Video 1 of 2 of Ubisoft's upcoming Driver: San Francisco, featuring the Prove It and Team Colors missions. Escapist footage can be watched here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJoNDs2jRs4 00:05 - Intro. Really neat style, fits the game perfectly! 01:24 - Menu, showing controller layout. 01:29 - Starting Prove It mode 02:55 - Gameplay start. 03:06 - Taking over the steering wheel of Mr. Jackass' car by using shift. When I first saw 'Shift' at the controller option, I was afraid I had to shift gears manually in this game, something I'm absolutely terrible at. I had almost cancelled the playthrough so you guys wouldn't have to be subjected to that wtf. 03:36 - Uh-uh. I'm the complete maniac. Tanner might be pro at driving, but I'm the best when it comes to crashing cars. Credit where credit's due. 04:11 - How to piss off a cop. 04:30 - I'm pretty lucky with the cop chase here. On my 1st playthrough I only had a few seconds left. The game is more difficult than it looks in this video. 06:24 - Team Colors mode 08:11 - Yeah not too good at taking corners. Don't bother pointing it out, I'm a girl, and this is the best I can do. OvO Sorry for some of the loading screens still in this video. I took most of them out, but I was kind of in a rush so I forgot a few. :( Next up will be El Shaddai demo, but I need a cup of tea first wtf. Driver: San Francisco is an upcoming sandbox-style action driving video game developed by Ubisoft Reflections, and it will be published by Ubisoft. The game is scheduled for release in North America on September 6, 2011 and in Europe on September 2, 2011.
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Driver: San Francisco - Nissan 370Z (2009)
 
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Driver: San Francisco - Nissan 370Z (2009) Gameplay PC The Nissan 370Z (known as the Fairlady Z Z34 in Japan) is a sports car manufactured by Nissan Motors. It was announced on October 29, 2008 and was first shown at an event in Los Angeles ahead of the 2008 Greater LA Auto Show, before being officially unveiled at the show itself. The 370Z is the sixth-generation of the Nissan Z-car line, succeeding the 350Z. Almost every piece and component of the 370Z has been redesigned from the previous model (350Z). It is powered by the VQ37VHR 3.7 L (230 cu in) DOHC V6 with Variable Valve and Lift Control and produces 332 bhp (248 kW; 337 PS). Power delivery to the rear wheels comes through a new 7-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters or 6-speed manual transmission which features the world's first synchronized down shift rev-matching system, SynchroRev Match. The SynchroRev Match system is only available with the sports package. The differential offered with the Sport Package is indicated to be a viscous limited slip differential. The new driveshaft is made from a carbon-fiber composite material. Compared to the 350Z, the 370Z has a wheelbase 4 in (100 mm) shorter at 100.4 in (2,550 mm) and an overall length 2.7 in (69 mm) shorter at 167.1 in (4,240 mm). The overall width has been increased by 1.3 in (33 mm), the rear track by 2.2 in (56 mm), and overall height reduced by 0.3 in (7.6 mm). The smaller exterior dimensions and use of more lightweight materials help reduce weight. (Although it should be noted that a 2003--2005 base model 350Z is actually lighter than the 370Z, since federally mandated safety features add weight to models produced after 2008). The 370Z features a front aluminum subframe, aluminum-alloy engine cradle, aluminum door panels, an all-aluminum hood, and an aluminum hatch. Front body torsion rigidity is improved by 10 percent with an extensively revised body structure which includes a new front suspension cradle to reduce front body lateral bending, new rear structural reinforcements, and an underbody "V-bar" to help reduce rear lateral bending. Rear body torsion rigidity is improved by up to 22 percent and rear body vertical bending rigidity is improved by up to 30 percent. Additional enhancements include the use of a carbon fiber composite radiator housing and strengthening of the rear fender and hatch areas. The new structure weighs slightly less than the 350Z. The 370Z uses a front double wishbone suspension, with forged aluminum control arms and steering knuckle, the rear multi-link suspension uses a forged aluminum upper control arm, lower arm and radius rod, the toe control rod is steel and wheel carrier assembly is aluminum. The refreshed 2013 model uses new dampers with the Sport package models. The brakes have been changed from the more expensive Brembo racing brakes to Nissan branded brakes which are manufactured by Akebono. The coefficient of drag is 0.30 and 0.29 with the Sport Package, figures identical to the 350Z. Testdrive Review
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Driver San Francisco Rapid Shifting
 
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We test out Driver San Francisco and take a look a rapid shift racing. To read our entire hands-on preview click the URL. http://thecontrolleronline.com/2011/08/driver-san-francisco-hands-on-preview/
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Driver San Francisco - The shifting
 
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First time shifting sensation. Watch more videos: http://gamecore.us/videos/
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Driver San Francisco Shifting to Protect the Van
 
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I protected the van, a couple got past me but still, mission complete.
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Driver-SF: Shift Protect Activity 2
 
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Part of a complete playthrough for DRIVER San Francisco. This is played on the PS3 version of the game.
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Driver: San Francisco | Garage Mission - Fan Service Achievement Guide - Blast From The Past [HD]
 
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New (2016) videos here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjQbiLk9GPQ&list=PL7ZGKycZHcY1CkaX2AZ41113hk9-AHXWg&index=100 Like this video? Don't forget to click the 'like' button, comment, and subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/VideoGamesNL The Garage Level from the first Driver game in Driver: San Francisco! You unlock it by buying a DeLorean and driving it up to 88 mph. (Back To The Future). Awesome! Complete the garage level and you get the 'Fan Service' achievement/trophy. It took me about 20 tries, but I finally got it :) Played and captured on Xbox 360. Game: Driver San Francisco. Developer: Ubisoft Reflections. Publisher: Ubisoft. Time of release: September 2011. Platforms: Xbox 360, PS3, PC, and Wii. Comment & Subscribe!
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Chevrolet Corvette (1960) Review Driver SF 2011
 
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In 1960, production of the Corvette finally reached and exceeded 10,000 cars. The base price had risen to $3,872. From 1960 through 1962, minor styling and performance enhancements were introduced to make the car more appealing to buyers. Briggs Cunningham, a famous American racer and sportsman entered three Corvettes into the 24-Hours of LeMans. One of the vehicles finished eight place. By 1960, the Chevrolet Corvette had clearly established itself as America's true sports car. Its racing successes continued to grow as did its popularity, with more cars being produced in 1960 than at any time in Corvette's seven-year history. Not coincidentally, Corvette's horsepower was continuing to grow as well. By 1960, the top horsepower rating for the optional 'RamJet' fuel-injected 283 CID small block V-8 had risen to 315 HP, translating to over 1.1 horsepower per cubic inch - a feat unrivaled at the time. This 1960 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster was offered for sale at the 2007 RM Auctions held in Amelia Island, Florida where it was estimated to sell between $75,000 - $100,000. The car is equipped with a 283 cubic-inch V8 engine with single four-barrel Holley carburetors and produces 230 horsepower. There is a four-speed manual gearbox and four-wheel drum brakes. 1960 was a big year for the Corvette. Briggs Cunningham entered three examples in the prestigious 24 Hours of LeMans, which marked the cars first attempt at competition in this race. One of the Corvettes finished in a very impressive 8th place finish overall. There were 10,261 examples of the Corvette produced in 1960. For this year, the car was given a revised rear suspension with a new sway bar which helped improved the performance. A three-speed manual gearbox was standard, as was the 230 horsepower V8 engine. This example shown has been recently re-painted and the chrome work has been refinished. The interior was reupholstered. It was ordered from the factory with a WonderBar radio and a black hard top. There are whitewall tires and the typical red and white, two-tone exterior. At auction, the car was sold, selling for $77,000.
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Driver: San Francisco - Kidnapped - Walkthrough Gameplay PC
 
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Driver: San Francisco - Chapter 1: With Great Power - Kidnapped - Walkthrough Gameplay PC Objective: Rescue the kidnapped woman. The woman who you are trying to rescue in this stage, Sarah Allen, is apparently locked in the trunk of a car. However, you're communicating with her by phone and she will direct you as you work through the mission. As things start, you have to follow her to the Plaza area. It's a bit of a drive, but you can mostly just stick to long straight stretches as you work toward the destination while consulting the on-screen map. When you arrive, the woman will give you additional information and you'll head for an underpass, which isn't terribly far away. Reach that location and you'll have to pass through a few more as the game directs you. Eventually, Tanner will think to try shifting to the body of the woman in the trunk. Do so and you'll find yourself in darkness, with directions on-screen to mash a button and open the trunk. Do so. You'll catch a glimpse of the outside scenery, then shift back to Tanner in the other car. Now you have to follow the car with the kidnapped woman, but you have limited time to reach each point (there's a timer on-screen). Make your way to the Embarcadero, and to the Downtown area, and then to a third location to find the stalled car with the open trunk. The car takes off again as you arrive, so you'll have to follow and the game will direct you to shift into a vehicle in the oncoming lane. You can do that and then produce a roadblock or ram head-on into the vehicle with the abducted woman. When you do so successfully, you'll have to repeat the process a second time and then the mission concludes.
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MEGA SHIFTING SKILLS! Driver:San Francisco Ep.1
 
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Today, I'm doing super mega awesome cool shifting skills with OceanSpray63! WE ARE SUCH NOOBS! Enjoyed this commentary of pro status? Shoot a star at that like button and subscribe! Ocean's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2x5... Want to see more? Follow me on social media! Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/cgcharoitegaming/
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Driver San Francisco Activity: Shift Protect Activity 2 Onboard cam HD
 
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Enjoy! PC specs: Asrock 880g-pro3 AMD Phenom II x2 555be@x3 b55 3.7ghz Scythe Mugen 2.revb 8gigs of Kingston Hyperx 1600mhz HIS 5830@AC Twinturbo pro Corsair HX650 160gb raptor, and 1tb samsung I'am playing on a 22inch Lg flatron monitor@1680*1050 Avarge fps Without fraps: 60+fps Avarge fps With fraps 30-60fps
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Driver: San Francisco - Dodge (Chrysler) Neon (2002)
 
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Driver: San Francisco - Dodge Neon (2002) Gameplay PC The Plymouth/Dodge Neon, sold in Europe, Mexico, Canada, and elsewhere outside the United States as the Chrysler Neon, is a compact front wheel drive car introduced in January 1994 for the 1995 model year by Chrysler Corporation's Dodge and Plymouth brands. It was branded as a Chrysler model in Japan, Europe, and Australia export markets (where it was the first car to be sold as a Chrysler since 1981), as well as in Mexico, Canada, and Egypt. It replaced the Dodge Shadow and Plymouth Sundance & Duster models and the Dodge & Plymouth Colt. The two-door model also replaced the Plymouth Laser in Plymouth's lineup. The Neon was offered in multiple versions and configurations over its production life, which ended on September 23, 2005. Sales of the second generation model started with model year 2000 and production ended with the 2005 model year. The second generation Neon was only available as a four-door sedan. In some global sales regions, including the U.S., the sole engine was the 2.0 L SOHC engine, the power output remaining at 132 hp (98 kW). An optional Magnum engine configuration (with an active intake manifold) that produced 150 hp (110 kW) was available. Both engines had a redline of 6762 rpm. The second generation was more refined than the first generation car. It was advertised that the second generation Neon had over 1,000 refinements from the original generation. The first generation's frameless windows were replaced with a full-framed door. Other NVH refinements were implemented. The new interior and greater size increased weight. The DOHC engine (Chrysler code name ECC) was no longer available. In 2000, The R/T trim returned after a one-year hiatus. The R/T consisted of a new 150 hp (110 kW) SOHC Magnum 2.0 L Engine, 16 in (41 cm) wheels, spoiler, dual chrome exhaust tips, quicker steering box and stiffer springs. The 2001 and 2002 R/Ts had a flat, 'hammerhead' spoiler. From 2000-2003, the R/T was sold as a Chrysler in Europe. The Neon was offered with a sport package for the 2001 model year only commemorating Dodge's return to the NASCAR scene. It consisted of an R/T wing, R/T 16 in (41 cm) wheels, R/T springs, Goodyear NASCAR raised yellow-lettering tires, 'Dodge Motorsports' side decals, white instrument cluster and R/T steering box. It was an R/T visually except for the lack of dual exhaust, R/T lower mouldings, fog lamps and R/T exclusive front bumper. The Sport only came equipped with the base model's 132 hp (98 kW) engine and was available with an automatic transmission (unlike the manual-only R/T model). 2001 was the last year for the Plymouth Neon,and the Plymouth brand as well, the last Plymouth Neon,which was also the last Plymouth ever produced, a silver four-door sedan, rolled off the assembly line on June 28, 2001. The former Dodge and Plymouth Neon were briefly sold under the Chrysler name in Canada from 1999--2002, until being renamed as Dodge SX 2.0 for 2003. In Europe, Australia, Mexico, and Asia, the car had always been sold as a Chrysler, as Dodge and Plymouth passenger cars were not marketed outside the U.S. and Canada at the time. Besides the 2.0 L engine, it used the same Tritec 1.6 L unit found in the MINI prior to 2007. The 1.6 L unit is a variation of the 2.0 L SOHC engine designed by Chrysler and built by Tritec. Originally, the second generation Neon featured a five-speed manual transmission using the former ACR gear ratios to improve acceleration. However, this hurt gas mileage and made the car noisier on the highway, and eventually the original gear ratios were restored. A four-speed automatic (41TE) was offered in the Neon for the 2002-05 model years, replacing the earlier 3-speed 31TH. The Neon's name was changed to SX 2.0 in Canada in 2002. In Australia and Canada, the Chrysler Neon was discontinued in 2002. In 2002, the front clip was changed slightly to match the R/T and ACR front clip with the exception of missing a lower lip, this was done by making the grille smaller. The Neon was facelifted once again for 2003 with large "crosseyed" headlights and crosshair grille to make it look more like a Caravan.Stratus. The ACR model was discontinued for 2003; the R/T model for 2004. The Chrysler Neon continued to be sold in Europe until 2004. In Brazil, the Neon was marketed as a luxury mid-size sedan; for Mexico it was a competitor to the Ford Escort, and sold as a Chrysler with either the 1.6 or 2.0 L engine and European-style taillights (with separate amber indicator lights), except for the R/T model, which was a Dodge, with U.S.-style taillights. For the Dutch market, the Neon proved more successful than for the rest of the Continent. Trim levels were 2.0 LX and 2.0 SE. However, some grey import versions came in from Mexico.
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Driver: San Francisco - Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser (1972)
 
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Driver: San Francisco - Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser (1972) Gameplay PC The Vista Cruiser is a station wagon manufactured and marketed by the Oldsmobile Division of General Motors from 1964 to 1977 and noted for its fixed-glass, roof-mounted skylight over its second-row seating with sun visors for the second row passengers, a raised roof behind the skylight and lateral glass panels over the rear cargo area along the raised roof. Introduced on February 4, 1964, as a 1964 model, the Vista Cruiser was based on the Oldsmobile Cutlass/F-85 model but prior to the 1973 model year it utilized a wheelbase which was 5 inches (130 mm) longer than that of the Cutlass/F-85 sedan. The raised-roof, skylight wagon body style was shared with the Buick Sport Wagon. Subsequent Oldsmobile mid-size wagons featured a skylight concept as did the 1991--92 full-size Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser wagon and the 1991--96 Buick Roadmaster wagon. The Vista Cruiser featured a forward-facing third row seat which had been the norm until the late 50s but was unusual for car-based wagons, which more often favored rear or side-facing seats at the time. The 1971--76 full size GM clamshell models would also use a forward-facing third row, and employ a similar elevated roof over the cargo hold, though without the skylight. A major restyling of the GM A-body car line for 1968 replaced the split skylight with a one-piece skylight, and stretched the wheelbase from 120" to 121". From 1968 to 1972, a 350 cubic-inch V8 became standard with a larger 400 cubic-inch V8 from the 442 muscle car optional in 1968-69 and a 455 cubic-inch V8 from the 442 available from 1970 to 1972. Transmission offerings through the years included one of two automatics—the two-speed Jetaway (1968) or three-speed Turbo Hydramatic (1968--72), or very rarely, a standard three-speed manual with column shift or optional four-speed manual with floor-mounted Hurst shifter. In 1969, the "Dual-Action" tailgate was first offered, as standard equipment on the three-row models and as optional equipment on the two-row models. In 1970, a redesign reshaped much of the exterior sheet metal, making the edges and curves sharper. Although it closely resembled the 1968-69 models, and is essentially considered to be a second-generation car, many of the body parts were no longer interchangeable with the earlier second-generation cars. The dashboard was also completely redesigned. (The GM Skywagon Club recognizes the 1970-72 models as "Generation 2a") For 1971, Olds brought back the full-sized Custom Cruiser wagon on the 98 chassis utilizing GM's disappearing clamshell tailgate, but the glass-roofed Vista Cruiser continued until 1972. A small number of 1972 Vista Cruisers were modified by Hurst Performance, then based in Warminster Township, Pennsylvania for support car duties at the 1972 Indianapolis 500 and equipped with 455 cubic-inch Rocket V8s along with the official pace car, a 1972 Hurst/Olds, also powered by a 455 V8. Two are known to survive as of 2012, a press car and a medical director's car. As of 2012, the medical director's car is owned by a relative of Ray Harroun, the winner of the first Indianapolis 500 in 1911. Although the roof glass was substituted for an optional pop-up front-row sunroof and the wheelbase was shortened to the same 116-inch (2,946 mm) length as Cutlass sedans for the 1973 model year when the Cutlass and other GM intermediates were completely restyled, the Vista Cruiser name continued for five more model years as an elevated trim level of the Cutlass Supreme station wagon until the Cutlass Cruiser was introduced for the 1978 model year. Engine offerings during this period included a standard 350 cubic-inch Rocket V8 or optional 455 cubic-inch Rocket V8 through 1976, which was replaced by a 403 cubic-inch Rocket V8 in 1977. The three-speed Turbo Hydra-matic transmission, power steering and power front disc brakes were standard equipment on Vista Cruisers during the 1973-77 period.
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Driver: San Francisco - Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 (2009)
 
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Driver: San Francisco - Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 (2009) Gameplay PC The Lamborghini Gallardo was a sports car built by Lamborghini, their most-produced model to date with over 10,000 built in its first seven years of production and 14,022 being produced throughout its lifetime. Named after a famous breed of fighting bull, the V-10 Gallardo has been Lamborghini's sales leader and stable-mate to a succession of V-12 flagship models—first to the Lamborghini Murciélago (4,099 built between 2001 and 2011), then to the current flagship Lamborghini Aventador. On November 25, 2013, the last Gallardo was rolled out of the factory; it was a Gallardo LP 570-4 Spyder Performante in Rosso Mars which was purchased by a private collector. Presented at the 2008 Geneva Motor Show, the Gallardo LP 560-4 was a significant refresh of the Gallardo, powered by a new 5.2 L (320 cu in) V10 engine that produces 560 PS (412 kW; 552 hp) at 8,000 rpm and 540 N·m (398 lb·ft) at 6,500 rpm of torque. Featuring "Iniezione Diretta Stratificata" direct fuel injection system to improve efficiency; fuel consumption and CO2 emissions have been reduced by 18% despite the increase in performance. It also has a new design inspired by the Murciélago LP 640 and Reventon. The new engine, 40 PS (29 kW; 39 hp) more powerful than in the previous car, comes with two transmission choices: 6-speed manual or 6-speed E-gear, the later of which was revised to offer a Corsa mode which makes 40% quicker shifts than before and decreases traction control restrictions, a Thrust Mode launch control system was also added. Accompanied with a 20 kg (44 lb) weight reduction all the improvements add up to a claimed performance of 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.7 seconds, 0-200 km/h (120 mph) of 11.8 and a top speed of 325 km/h (202 mph). The MSRP base price was $198,000 in the US and £147,330 (including NavTrak vehicle tracking system and delivery package) in the UK. The first US car was sold in 16th Annual Race to Erase MS charity auction for $270,000 to former True Religion Jeans co-founder/co-creator Kymberly Gold and music producer Victor Newman. The Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 Spyder was unveiled at 2008 LA Auto Show. as the replacement for of the previous Gallardo Spyder. It was the convertible model of the Gallardo LP 560-4 and as such possess all of its improvements like the new 5.2 L (320 cu in) V10 engine, improved E-gear transmission and 20 kg (44 lb) weight reduction. Performance has been improved to 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.0 seconds, 0-200 km/h (120 mph) of 13.1 and a top speed of 324 km/h (201 mph) Testdrive review
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FIRST TIME DRIVING STICK SHIFT!
 
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i used my dji phantom 3 standard for all drone shots. It is being really problematic so if you know what's wrong with it please comment below lol. This car is a 2004 jeep wrangler that mi amigo ryan just bought. if you have any tips leave them below CHECK OUT MY LAST CAR VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXY28L-EgK8&t=71s SUBSCRIBE!
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Driver: San Francisco - Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 (1970)
 
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Driver: San Francisco - Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 (1970) Gameplay PC The Oldsmobile Cutlass is a line of automobiles made by the Oldsmobile division of General Motors. The Cutlass began as a unibody compact car, but saw its greatest success as a body-on-frame intermediate car. Introduced in 1961 as the top trim level in Olds' compact F-85 line, over the years the Cutlass name accumulated great brand equity, and became one of the most popular nameplates in the industry in the 1970s. By the 1980s, Oldsmobile was using the Cutlass as a sub-marque, with numerous vehicle lines bearing the name simultaneously. These included the Cutlass Calais compact, the midsize Cutlass Ciera, the Cutlass Cruiser station wagon, and the premium midsize Cutlass Supreme. The 1970 Cutlass was available in seven body styles: the base F-85 two-door sedan, as well as two-door hardtops offered in both notchback Cutlass Supreme and fastback Cutlass S and 442 body styles - a practice similar to Ford and Mercury intermediates of that time, which were offered in both notchback and fastback coupes starting in 1968. Also available were a four-door hardtop, four-door sedan, a convertible and a flat-top station wagon called the Custom Cruiser, as well as the fancier Vista Cruiser station wagon. With GM tossing out the 400 cubic-inch limit for intermediates and the 4-4-2 now coming standard with the larger 455 cubic-inch Rocket V8 from the big Oldsmobiles and previously used in the 1968-69 Hurst/Olds, Olds discontinued the 400 engine entirely and also offered the 455 as an option in the Cutlass S models and the Vista Cruiser wagons. There was an SX option that became available in 1970 and was available only on the Cutlass Supreme hardtop and convertible. The SX cars all had the 455 engine and TH-400 automatic transmission. The same assortment of three- and four-speed manual transmissions were carried over from previous years with Hurst shifters used on floor-mounted three-speeds and all four-speeds. The two-speed Jetaway automatic transmission was discontinued entirely with the three-speed Turbo Hydra-matic now the sole offering for shiftless driving. Cutlass S coupes with the optional Strato bucket seats and Turbo Hydra-matic could be equipped with the Hurst Dual-Gate shifter (also known as the "His and Her-Shifter") in conjunction with the extra-cost center console. The Hurst Dual-Gate made it possible to either put the transmission in Drive, and let the transmission decide when to shift. Or it could be placed in a manual mode, much like today's computer-controlled automatics. Testdrive Review
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Driver San Francisco- Film Director, Like never before
 
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Using Film Director mode, I show you parts of the San Francisco map, which you can never get a close look at, heights for the manual camera which are normally never allowed (apart from shift of course), and some other stuff. It is limited as always. If you'd like to find out how to do it or don't understand parts please message me or leave comments below. It can be difficult to explain, I may put a video up in the future to show how it's done.
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Driver: San Francisco - Cadillac CTS V (2010)
 
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Driver: San Francisco - Cadillac CTS V (2010) Gameplay PC The Cadillac CTS-V is a version of the Cadillac CTS. The CTS-V series includes three body styles, all of which feature a pushrod OHV V-8 engine and a sport-tuned suspension. The 4-door CTS-V sedan was introduced in 2004, and the CTS-V sport wagon and coupe were introduced in 2010 for the 2011 model year. The sedan competes in the North American consumer market against other high-performance, luxury sedans as the Audi RS6, BMW M5, and Mercedes E63 AMG. Production of the CTS-V sedan began in the summer of 2008 in the Lansing, Michigan GM plant. Total production of the CTS-V for the 2009 model year was approximately 3,500 out of approximately 59,716 CTS model production. The 2009 CTS-V has a base price of US$59,995, and was available for purchase as of November 1, 2008. Standard features include: leather seats, lateral acceleration gauge, 19-inch aluminum alloy wheels, Michelin Sport Pilot PS2 tires, a built-in 40 GB hard drive to store music, and LED flash tracers to tell the driver when to shift. Options include polished wheels, sunroof, navigation system and, for the first time, Cadillac offers 14-way adjustable performance Recaro seats. Official 0-60 mph time for the second-generation CTS-V is 3.9 seconds, while the quarter mile is run at 12.0 seconds at 118 mph (190 km/h). These numbers were duplicated by Road and Track magazine (0-60 in 3.9 seconds for the automatic and 4.1 seconds for the manual). Cadillac CTS-V´s top speed is 198 mph (319 KPH), which makes this car the world's fastest production sedan. (Citation needed; BMW e60 M5 2006-2010 top speed is 204 mph) Coinciding with the release of General Motors' Viability Plan, the automaker has disbanded its High Performance Vehicle Operations team, the crew responsible for the line V-series Cadillacs, the Chevrolet Cobalt SS, the HHR SS, and the V8 version of the Colorado. According to Vince Muniga, a spokesman for GM, "All high-performance projects are on indefinite hold. The engineers are moving into different areas of the organization, and they will work on Cadillacs, Buicks, Chevrolets and Pontiacs." Muniga went on to say that there are no plans for high-performance versions of upcoming plans, but once GM is in a better financial position, the team could be reinstated. For the 2010 model year, GM badges were dropped from near the doors, although earlier models still had the badges.
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996 Porsche 911 Turbo Stalling On San Francisco Hill
 
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Like my Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/?ref=logo#!/ManusFilms Heres another clip from the 2008's Gumball 3000 in San Francisco of a 996 turbo being driven by someone who needed some more practice on stick shift. Enjoy!
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How to use the swap weapon DRIVER San Francisco
 
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SHIFT - As Tanner recovers from a terrible crash, he realizes he has acquired a new ability, SHIFT, enabling him to instantly change vehicles and take control. Experience unprecedented intensity, diversity and freedom; Shift into a faster car, deploy civilian vehicles to destroy your enemies and even take control of your opponents' car to force their demise. Shift also allows for thrilling new Multi-player modes within the game. With crime lord Charles Jericho now on the loose San Francisco faces a terrible threat. Only one man can stand against him. He has driven the streets of a hundred cities, spent his whole life putting criminals behind bars. But to take Jericho down, there can be no turning back, and he knows that this may very well be his last ride. His name is John Tanner. He is the Driver. Driver: San Francisco marks the return of the blockbuster driving franchise. Gamers play John Tanner, a hardened detective involved in a relentless manhunt throughout the City by the Bay. Thanks to a groundbreaking gameplay feature, players can now seamlessly shift between more than a hundred licensed vehicles, keeping them constantly in the heart of the action. With its timeless atmosphere, unique car handling and renewed playability, Driver: San Francisco offers the free-roaming, classic, cinematic car chase experience. Genre: Racing Action Publisher: Ubisoft Developer: Ubisoft Reflections Online Play: 8 Versus Local Play: 2 Co-op
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Driver: San Francisco - Chevrolet Corvette (1960)
 
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Driver: San Francisco - Chevrolet Corvette (1960) Gameplay PC The Chevrolet Corvette is a sports car by the Chevrolet division of General Motors (GM) that has been produced in seven generations. The first model, a convertible, was designed by Harley Earl and introduced at the GM Motorama in 1953 as a concept show car. Myron Scott is credited for naming the car after the type of small, maneuverable warship called a corvette. Originally built in Flint, Michigan and St. Louis, Missouri, the Corvette is currently manufactured in Bowling Green, Kentucky and is the official sports car of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The first generation Corvette was introduced late in the 1953 model year. Originally designed as a show car for the 1953 Motorama display at the New York Auto Show, it generated enough interest to induce GM to make a production version to sell to the public. To keep costs down, GM executive Robert F. McLean mandated off-the-shelf mechanical components, and used the chassis and suspension from the 1952 Chevy sedan. The drivetrain and passenger compartment were moved rearward to achieve a 53/47 front-to-rear weight distribution. It had a 102-inch wheelbase. The engine was the same inline six that powered all other Chevrolet models, but with a higher-compression ratio, three Carter side-draft carburetors, and a more aggressive cam. Output was 150 horsepower. Because there was currently no manual transmission available to Chevrolet rated to handle 150 HP, a two-speed Powerglide automatic was used. 0-60 mph time was 11.5 seconds. To keep tooling costs in line, the body was made out of fiberglass instead of steel. First production was on June 30, 1953. This generation was often referred to as the "solid-axle" models (the independent rear suspension was not introduced until the second generation). 300 hand-built polo white Corvette convertibles were produced for the 1953 model year. The 1954 model year arrived quickly. It could now be ordered in Pennant Blue, Sportsman Red and Black, or Polo White. 3,640 were built, and sold slowly. The 1955 model offered a 265 cu in (4.34 L) V8 engine as an option. With a large inventory of unsold 1954 models, GM limited production to 700 for 1955. With the V8, 0-60 mph time improved to 8.5 seconds. A new body was introduced for the 1956 model featuring a new "face" and side coves; the taillamp fins were also gone.[9] An optional fuel injection system was made available in the middle of the 1957 model year. It was one of the first mass-produced engines in history to reach 1 bhp (0.75 kW) per cubic inch (16.4 cubic cm) and Chevrolet's advertising agency used a "one hp per cubic inch" slogan for advertising the 283 bhp (211 kW) 283 cu in (4.64 L) Small-Block engine. Other options included power windows (1956), hydraulically operated power convertible top (1956), heavy duty brakes and suspension (1957), and four speed manual transmission (late 1957). Delco Radio transistorized signal-seeking (hybrid) car radio, which used both vacuum tubes and transistors in its radio's circuitry (1956 option). The 1958 Corvette received a body and interior freshening which included a longer front end with quad headlamps, bumper exiting exhaust tips, a new steering wheel, and a dashboard with all gauges mounted directly in front of the driver. Exclusive to the 1958 model were hood louvers and twin trunk spears. The 1959--60 model years had few changes except a decreased amount of body chrome and more powerful engine offerings. In 1961, the rear of the car was completely redesigned with the addition of a "duck tail" with four round lights. The light treatment would continue for all following model year Corvettes until 2014. In 1962, the Chevrolet 283 cu in (4.64 L) Small-Block was enlarged to 327 cu in (5.36 L). In standard form it produced 250 bhp (190 kW). For an extra 12% over list price, the fuel-injected version produced 360 bhp (270 kW), making it the fastest of the C1 generation. 1962 was also the last year for the wrap around windshield, solid rear axle, and convertible-only body style. The trunk lid and exposed headlamps did not reappear for many decades. Testdrive Rview
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Dodge Charger SRT8 (2009) Review Driver SF 2011
 
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The new mill adds 0.3-liters to the top SRT offering, and along with that comes an estimated 465 horsepower and 465 lb-ft of torque - that's an 80 horsepower bump at 2,900 rpm compared to the outgoing range-topper. Dodge has also added some new tech to the 392, including an all-new active valve exhaust system that provides for improved efficiency, as well as Fuel Saver technology that drops the engine down to four cylinders for improved fuel economy when cruising. An active intake manifold and high-lift camshaft with cam phasing also provide improved low-end torque. But that's not all Of course the big engine is the big news for the new Charger SRT8, but Dodge has also added other exciting tidbits and firsts, such as standard paddle-shift technology for those who opt for the AutoStick five-speed automatic transmission. Also new for the latest SRT Charger is an adaptive damping suspension that measures a myriad of inputs such as vehicle speed, steering angle, steering speed, brake torque, throttle position and lateral acceleration to automatically tune and adjust the suspension for optimal handling on the fly. For added control, drivers can also pre-select from either "Auto" or "Sport" modes, which quickly adjust the vehicle to pre-set conditions based on driver demands. The performance SRT-tuned, fully hydraulic steering system is also improved with a new, heavy-duty pump and revised gearing to give drivers more direct feel and on-center response. New, split five-spoke, 20-inch lightweight forged and polished aluminum wheels with black painted pockets provide help get the power to ground while giving the SRT8 a menacing style, along with available three- or four-season tires. Stop it! Of course with all that power the Charger SRT8 is capable of some serious performance figures, such as: zero-to-60 in under five seconds, quarter miles in under 13 seconds, .88g skidpad performance and a top speed of 175 miles per hour. Driver: San Francisco is a sandbox-style action driving video game developed by Ubisoft Reflections and published by Ubisoft. The game formally was unveiled at E3 2010 and was released in Australia on 1 September 2011, Europe on 2 September and North America on 6 September [2] on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360[6] and the OnLive[7] system,[7][8] while the Microsoft Windows version was released on 27 September 2011.[3]
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Driver: San Francisco - Ford F-150 XLT SuperCrew (2010)
 
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Driver: San Francisco - Ford F 150 XLT SuperCrew (2010) The F-Series is a series of full-size pickup trucks from the Ford Motor Company which has been sold continuously for over six decades. The most popular variant of the F-Series is the F-150. It has been the best-selling vehicle in the United States for the past 32 years, and the best-selling pick-up for 43 years, and the best selling vehicle in Canada, though this does not always include combined sales of GM pick-up trucks. In the tenth generation of the F-series, the F-250 and F-350 changed body style in 1998 and joined the Super Duty series. During the post-World War II era, smaller Canadian villages had access to either a Ford dealer or a Lincoln-Mercury-Meteor dealer, but not both; a Mercury-badged version was sold at Lincoln-Mercury-Meteor dealers there from 1946--68. Other than the grilles, trim, and badging, these pick-ups were identical to their Ford counterparts. As of 2014, the Ford F-150 is sold in the United States, Canada, Mexico, most Caribbean countries(except Trinidad & Tobago, St. Kitts & Nevis, and Cuba), Suriname, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, the Middle East, Iceland, Dutch territories of Aruba, Curaçao, and St. Marteen, and British territory Cayman Islands. While the SVT Raptor is sold in the United States, Canada, Mexico, the Middle East, Ecuador, Chile and Peru. And both are available in LHD only. Also called the rebadge version of the Ford F-150 is Ford Lobo in Mexico. The current-generation F-150 was introduced for the 2008 model year as a major update of the Ford full-size truck platform. These trucks are distinguished by their Super Duty-style grilles and head lamps; standard cab models again have two-doors instead of four. The FlareSide bed was dropped along with the manual gearbox; outside of Mexico, the Lincoln Mark LT was replaced by the F-150 Platinum. A new model for 2010 included the SVT Raptor, a dedicated off-road pick-up. As part of a major focus on fuel economy, the entire engine lineup for the F-150 (excluding the SVT Raptor) was updated for the 2011 model year. Along with two new V8 engines, the F-150 gained a new 3.7-Litre base V6 engine, and a powerful twin-turbocharged 3.5-Litre V6, dubbed EcoBoost by Ford. The automatic gearbox is the only option. Other modifications include the addition of a Nexteer Automotive Electric Power Steering (EPS) system on most models.
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Driver: San Francisco - Ruf CTR 3 (2010)
 
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Driver: San Francisco - Ruf CTR 3 (2010) Gameplay PC The Ruf CTR3 is a mid-engined sports car built by Ruf Automobile of Germany. The CTR3 was released 20 years after the original Ruf CTR, on April 11, 2007 at the Bahrain International Circuit in Sakhir, Bahrain, and 12 years after the CTR2. Continuing the Ruf tradition of enhancing Porsche automobiles, the CTR3 shares both the body panels and engine from Porsche. For the first time, however, it features a Ruf designed body. Additionally, Ruf decided to use a mid-engine layout for the new car, rather than the traditional rear-engine layout of the previous CTR models (CTR and CTR2). Built out of steel, aluminum, and kevlar-carbon, the car altogether weighs 1,375 kg (3,031 lb). The engine of the CTR3 is a Porsche derived 3.8 L flat-6 paired with twin KK&K turbochargers; this means the CTR3 produces 515 kW (691 hp) at 7,000 rpm, and has a maximum torque of 890 N·m (660 lb·ft). As for performance, the CTR3 has a top speed of approximately 375 km/h (233 mph), and accelerates from 0--100 km/h in 3.1 seconds. For the 2012 model, the engine has been upgraded to 552 kW (740 hp) and 960 N·m (710 lb·ft). The Clubsport package, which is available since 2012, boosts the power and torque to 572 kW (767 hp) and 980 N·m (720 lb·ft). All can be ordered with 6-speed manual or 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox. Testdrive Review
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Driving a manual stick shift as a Rideshare driver Uber Lyft Juno
 
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Thank you for checking out my video and spending some time with me. Once we get 1,000 subscribers I'm giving away 6-8 hours of FREE driving to one lucky person. Timeframe depends on distance to winners pickup and destination compared to where I live. If you are thinking about driving below are the links. Drive for Uber http://partners.uber.com/i/twzad92kue Drive for Lyft https://www.lyft.com/drivers/DANIEL59551 Preregistration for Juno http://gojuno.com/ref/code/2566-607 Please send a email to Bear@DesignatedDiscoDriver.com This way we can coordinate me sending you a starter package. If you haven't been a passenger for either Uber or Lyft below are links to get $15 in ride credit off your first ride. Uber Ride Credit https://get.uber.com/invite/twzad92kue Lyft Ride Credit https://www.lyft.com/invite/BEARDDD To Follow Me On Social Media Twitter @TheDiscoDD Instagram @TheDiscoDD Facebook The Disco DD (There are spaces for FB that's how I had to do it to get the caps) Drive safe everyone and May The Money Be With You :-$ Bear🐻
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Driver: San Francisco - Pontiac Trans Am (1977)
 
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Driver: San Francisco - Pontiac Trans Am (1980) The Trans Am was a specialty package for the Firebird, typically upgrading handling, suspension, and horsepower, as well as minor appearance modifications such as exclusive hoods, spoilers, fog lights and wheels. In using the name Trans Am, a registered trademark, GM agreed to pay $5 per car sold to the SCCA. Four distinct generations were produced between 1969 and 2002. These cars were built on the F-body platform, which was also shared by the Chevrolet Camaro. Despite its name, the Trans Am was not initially used in the Trans Am Series, as its smallest engine exceeded the SCCA's five liter displacement limit. The second generation was available from 1970 to 1981 and was featured in the 1977 movie Smokey and the Bandit, the 1978 movie Hooper and the 1980 movie Smokey and the Bandit II. The third generation, available from 1982 to 1992, was featured in the 1983 movie Smokey and the Bandit Part 3 and the 1984 movie Alphabet City. KITT, the automotive star, and its evil counterpart KARR, of the popular 1980s TV series Knight Rider, was a modified third generation Trans Am. The fourth generation Trans Am, available from model years 1993 to 2002, offered between 275 bhp (205 kW) and 325 bhp (242 kW).The Trans AM GTA (Grand Turismo Americano) was an options package available on the Firebird Trans Am which added Gold 16 inch diamond spoke alloy wheels, a mono-chromatic paint scheme and special cloisonné GTA badges. The GTA (along with the Formula model that was intended to fill the gap between the base model Firebird and mid-level trans am) was the brainchild of former Pontiac marketing manager Lou Wassel. It was intended to be the "ultimate" Trans am and was the most expensive Firebird available. The GTA equipment package officially went on sale in 1987 and avoided a gas-guzzler tax thanks to its lightweight PW 16" gold cross-lace wheels. The high-performance Ws6 suspension package was also re-tuned to offer a more compliant ride while still maintaining tight handling characteristics. Engine choices consisted of a L98 5.7 liter (350 ci) TPI (Tuned Port Injection) V8 mated to GM's corporate 700r4 automatic transmission or the 5.0 liter (305 ci) TPI V8. A five speed manual was available but was mated to the 5.0 liter only. The fastest TA Originally conceived by Bill Owen of Pontiac, the 20th Anniversary Turbo Trans Am project was outsourced to PAS, Inc., an engineering firm led by Jeff Beitzel. Beitzel and his team did most of the TTA development work. The V6 turbo engines were built by PAS at their 40,000 square foot City of Industry, CA plant. From there, they went to GM's plant in Van Nuys, CA to be installed into GTAs on the F-Body assembly line. The cars were then shipped back to PAS for final assembly, testing, and quality control. Incidentally, the GTA chassis were selected at random, thus there is no correlation between the VIN and production sequence number. The actual number of cars to be produced had ranged from 500 to 2,500 until GM finally settled on 1,500. In all, a total of 1,555 Turbo TAs were manufactured. Firebird Trans Am GTA (Third Generation F-body) 1980 saw the biggest engine changes for the Trans Am. The 301, offered in 1979 as a credit option, was now the standard engine. Options included a turbocharged 301 or the Chevrolet 305 small block.
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Driver San Francisco - Dev Diary #2
 
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http://playnation.de | Im nunmehr zweiten Entwicklertagebuch zu Driver San Francisco spricht unter anderem Studio Manager Gareth Edmondson über das revolutionäre Shift-Feature im Spiel.
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Driver San Francisco dash cam pursuit ( NO HITS)
 
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Pursuit in safe mode, no hits If you play DriverSF, you know: - you can not PIT - backup always hit you or others cars - the suspect do the same __î I DARE YOU TO DO BETTER!
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Driver: San Francisco - Driving Lesson
 
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I just love interacting with passengers in this game :P ------------------------------------------------ NEW VIDEO COMING FRIDAY! ------------------------------------------------ Also, why not take a peek at my website?: http://tomatoeproductions.tk For questions or collab ideas, please e-mail admin@tomatoe.tk Please be kind in the comments, and always remember to subscribe! Cameras I use: Stills: Nikon Coolpix L110 Video: Sony Handycam HDR-CX240 Editing Software I use: Final Cut Pro X Credits: -------------------- Director - Jakob Cameraman - Jakob Editor - Jakob