What do the front headlights of the Stinger GT based on. I know the body is based on a Jaguar E-Type II because my neighbor used to own a vintage car like this, but the headlights in the front I can't base that on.
- It looks to as it might be inspired by both the Ferrari 250 GTO and the Shelby Daytona, although none of these are rear-engined like the Stinger GT is. RedToyCar (talk) 19:55, October 9, 2013 (UTC)
- How is it inspired by the Pontiac Banshee? It's meant to be a luxury European tourer, which implies a build quality and luxury not found in anything as everyman as Pontiac. Suggest we remove? Endersigh (talk) 02:47, October 21, 2015 (UTC)
PerformanceIt has been proven that the GT is faster than the base model. Spoil-t 18:58, August 10, 2014 (UTC)
The statistic bars usually are very acurate, and it states that the cars have the same statistics. Also, from watch I watched in that video, nothing was said about a comparision between the two, unless it was in a different video. The guy who made this also seems to be racing the cars around one track, and I think races on mulitiple tracks would be needed to see if the GT is truly "faster", but this would be only on track times. Having footage of an unmodified Stinger and Stinger GT on a straight road at the same time at their highest top speed would be a better way of showing the true performance, if there really is one. Unless there is more proof, I think it should stay. Hinklebomber22 (talk) 20:59, August 10, 2014 (UTC)
He did both vehicles in different videos but his tests are sound. Straight line tests are meaningless & the in game stat bars are very inaccurate. Also more tracks are unneeded unless you use specialized tracks like all long straights or all tight corners even then the positions will barely change. Spoil-t 04:32, August 16, 2014 (UTC)