You don’t have to justify it, if it were true, it would be applied to all cars. Each car was produced in a certain period of time, but this does not mean that it need to specify all the years of its production. I think it’s just a mistake.
OK, what about Aston Martin V12 Vantage S?
Sorry, I couldn’t understand that it was a joke, because I don’t speak and understand English very well. So far it’s hard for me.
P.S. And the right year for Honda should be 2016. It’s the same car that was in Forza Horizon 3, and there it was 2016, not 2015. The same goes for Aston Martin, in FH3 it was 2013 not 2014.
Yes, I just didn’t really understand how to say it correctly, name or internal code. I think it would be more correct to say that 911 is an index. But again, I could be wrong.
But the error still remains. It must be 911 not 991.
Oh yeah, all Forza Edition cars are labeled as (FE), and only this Jaguar suddenly became the Motorsport Edition (ME). Good guess.
It’s all funny, especially the assumption about Morza Edition:)))
I agree, these are really minor mistakes. I just noticed them and decided to talk about them. It is possible that someone from Turn10 will see this and decide to fix it.
I don’t know the process for T10 introducing cars into the game but I’d imagine that as everything is licensed the manufacturer/team would sign the cars off. There may be the odd error but they may not be T10s error.
As for year, there’s often a difference between when a car is launched and it’s “model year” as very few cars are launched Jan 1.
Model Year seems to be an American thing more than anything else, which does get confusing when you’re looking at cars on a global scale (ie the exact same car might be a 2018 model in Europe or Asia but a 2019 model in the US)