1:1 scaled, looks almost like the real car, and with detailed interior and engine.
AG 1,2,3 for lights,
AG4,5 to open the doors and engine hood.
Pitch and Yaw to drive
Thanks for the 70th! @Kerbango
Thanks! Seems like you forgot to upvote? (I'm not begging for upvote) @Davisplanez
@QingyuZhou I know but I just feel as if it does. It remains me of one of the cars
This doesn't drift and it has nothing to do with Tokyo Drift, tbh @Pacman126
drifts around while the Tokyo Drift theme song plays in background
No, this is exactly the first generation Santana of China. The original German version is indeed a Jetta.
@QingyuZhou By the way, I think the front and the hood of the car resembled a second-generation Jetta instead of the first-generation Santana. Still, everything else are spot-on. Good Job!
A true masterpiece!
Oh this car is very nice indeed. The Brazilian version looks quite different to this China version though. @Fygaroh
@QingyuZhou the quantum is just the variation estate wagon (is very cool too) I was saying that this car had two very successful, that old and a little more current that was manufactured until 2003 (my neighbor has a 2000 2 doors cream I think very cool)
Same here, been in America for a year. But my nationality is still Chinese. @Solarisaircraft
@QingyuZhou Yes I am. I moved to America 3 years ago.
whoa! That's so awesome!
Yeah, and they are called VW Quantum, right? @Fygaroh