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<small>[[Getting more cars|English]] - [[Getting more cars/it|Italiano]]</small>
 
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The following cars are distributed with VDrift. Some of them are only available in the [[Getting VDrift|development version]].
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A small selection of cars are distributed in the release VDrift packages. This page describes how to get some more.
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= List of cars =
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The following cars are in the [[http://vdrift.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/vdrift/vdrift-data data repository] of VDrift. To see pictures of some of the cars visit the [http://cars.vdrift.net cars.vdrift.net] website.
  
 
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= Getting more Cars =
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= Downloading cars =
  
Additional cars are available for VDrift. To install them, follow the instructions below.
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Click the links in the list above then click the "Download GNU Tarball" link near the bottom of the page.
  
== Getting Cars ==
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= Installing cars =
  
* A number of cars can be found on the [http://cars.vdrift.net cars.vdrift.net] website. Navigate to the car you'd like to download and if the car status says it's playable in VDrift, download the .zip or .tar.gz file.
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Uncompress the .tar.gz file. This should create a folder with the short name of the car containing files like about.txt and body.joe. Move that folder to '''vdrift/data/cars''' folder. Run VDrift and your new car will be ready to drive!
* You can also download cars from the svn. Click the links in [[List of cars]] to go to the page for each car then click the 'Download GNU Tarball' link.
 
  
== Installing Cars ==
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= Updating cars =
  
You should have a .zip or .tar.gz file at this point. The .zip or .tar.gz extensions are both file compression formats. Uncompress the files with a decompression program such as the free tool [http://www.7-zip.org/ 7zip]. This process should create a folder with the name of the car. Move that folder (which should contain files like about.txt and body.joe) to '''vdrift/data/cars''' folder. Run VDrift and your new car will be ready to drive!
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You can update cars from within VDrift itself. Click "Updates" on the main menu, then "Check for updates". If any are available go to the car in the "Manage Cars" section and click "Apply Update".
  
 
= See also =
 
= See also =

Revision as of 15:34, 8 February 2012

English - Italiano

A small selection of cars are distributed in the release VDrift packages. This page describes how to get some more.

List of cars

The following cars are in the [data repository of VDrift. To see pictures of some of the cars visit the cars.vdrift.net website.

  • 350Z: Nissan 350Z
  • 360: Ferrari 360 Modena
  • 3S: Mazda 3
  • AX2: Fictional Concept Car
  • C7: Lotus Super Seven
  • CO: AC Shelby Cobra
  • CS: Porsche 911 Clubsport
  • CT: Porsche Carrera Turbo
  • EF: Ferrari Enzo
  • F1-02: F1 car (2002)
  • FE: Ford Escort MKII Rally
  • FF: Formula Ford
  • G-P34: Tyrrell P34
  • G4: Ford GT40
  • GT: Ford Mustang GT
  • GTR: Ford Mustang GT (non-drift version)
  • GTV6: Alfa Romeo GTV6
  • LE: Lotus Elise
  • M3: BMW E30 M3
  • M3D: BMW M3 SPEED World Challenge
  • M7: Mazda RX-7 FC
  • M8: Mazda RX-8
  • MC: Mini Cooper (new style)
  • MI: Mini Cooper (old style)
  • NS: Nissan Skyline R32
  • RG: Renault 12 Gordini
  • RS2: Subaru Imprezza RS 2.5
  • SB: Sand buggy
  • SV: Lamborghini Miura SV
  • T73: Lotus 43
  • TC: Toyota Celica ST185 Rally
  • TC6: Toyota Celica (6th generation)
  • TL: Toyota Levin
  • TL2: Toyota Levin (model version 2)
  • XG: BMW 330cxi
  • XM: BMW M3 SPEED World Challenge
  • XS: Honda S2000
  • Z06: Chevrolet C5 Corvette Z06

Downloading cars

Click the links in the list above then click the "Download GNU Tarball" link near the bottom of the page.

Installing cars

Uncompress the .tar.gz file. This should create a folder with the short name of the car containing files like about.txt and body.joe. Move that folder to vdrift/data/cars folder. Run VDrift and your new car will be ready to drive!

Updating cars

You can update cars from within VDrift itself. Click "Updates" on the main menu, then "Check for updates". If any are available go to the car in the "Manage Cars" section and click "Apply Update".

See also