So I've played NFS Heat for a week and I already have three cars.
NFS Heat has scarcity and moderate prices to keep you paying attention to your funds when starting out. I like that. It forces you to try and use the same car for a longer time. But if you want a new car, like I've done here, then they may have a specific role or they're just for fun. So let's see them cars!
'65 Ford Mustang GT
This is obviously the starter car. I wanted to be cheeky with it and at the same time pull a play on Bullitt. I know some people may s=chew me out for putting OwO on the windshield like it's "certified for your OwO" but I wanted to make it "my own."
1970 Plymouth Cuda
Here's my second car, my drift car! Which has such a brutal slide to it too. It's easier to spin it out instead of actually drifting it. But that's if you keep upgrading it that is, before on minimal performance it could dominate out of it's rating.
I wanted the design to be a change from what I make in Forza, 3D distortion and proper tears were a good mix. This is my only shared wrap.
'92 Nissan Skyline GT-R R32
If there are later rally events I'm already prepared. Here's my rally Skyline, though it turns nicely on road! I tried to do my own stickerbomb. I hope I can figure it out soon.
The lines in the back are obviously not well done but I don't wanna frustrate myself fixing dimensions to shapes just to get a specific look here. I just wanted consistency.
Cheeky plate is cheeky (I added it after when I forgot to do so).