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Generic Car list with full transmission details

Discussion in 'Console Lounge' started by sula_rob, Apr 2, 2018.

  1. sula_rob

    sula_rob Rookie

    Hi all,

    I’ve seen the various car lists that list the cars’ details such as manual or sequential transmission (with interesting details such as dual clutch, dogleg etc) but what I’m looking for is one that identifies if a sequential car is a paddle shift or a sequential ‘nudge’ type.

    Off the top of my head, I think the only ones I know of that use a nudge sequential in the game are the Porsche GT1, Maserati MC12 GT1, Tatuus FA01, Lotus Evora GX / GTC, BMW M3 GT2 & Ferrari 458 GT2. That can’t be all, surely?

    I only want to know specifically about official cars and the console version, please, not mod stuff. I have all PS4 DLC.

    I have a Fanatec wheel base with paddles & a Clubsport Shifter SQ, so have all three options available & like to use as close to the real life setup as possible (although RHD).

    I really wish that when you choose a car in the menu it told you the IRL transmission method. Currently, unless you intimately know the car, you can’t find out what transmission you’re meant to use until you get into the cockpit & wait to see what your driver does! Sometimes I forget & it puts me off bothering with new cars I haven’t used before.

    Or am I missing this info in game somewhere?


    Last edited: Apr 2, 2018

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  3. olevet

    olevet Hardcore Simmer

    Here bud,

  4. sula_rob

    sula_rob Rookie

    Thanks, man. I’ve seen this but the problem is it doesn’t differentiate sequential cars with a separate push / pull shift & paddle shifts.


  5. olevet

    olevet Hardcore Simmer

    Oh ok I missed that part, as you said unless you're in cockpit view and start driving it looks like there's no way to determine whether it is paddle or push/ pull sequential shifting, at least on consoles.
  6. sula_rob

    sula_rob Rookie

    So, any advance on the following as being the only non-paddle sequential cars in the game?

    I reckon Porsche GT1, Maserati MC12 GT1, Tatuus FA01, Lotus Evora GX / GTC, BMW M3 GT2 & Ferrari 458 GT2.


  7. olevet

    olevet Hardcore Simmer

    Lotus 2-Eleven GT4 form #62 WHL challenge rings bell.
  8. Jon Legg

    Jon Legg Racer

    As far as I know the game, I mean sim, will only let you use the correct shift if you have it set to use H pattern. The Tatus is a sequential stick shift. You can’t use H pattern but the drivers hands leave the wheel when shifting.
  9. sula_rob

    sula_rob Rookie

    That’s right, but it won’t obviously stop you using paddles. When you have a sequential car, both paddles & sequential shifter will work but it’s a shame the sim doesn’t tell you in any other way if it’s a sequential shift or paddle shift.

    The reason I wanted to know is that I’ve finally managed to make my CSS SQ work properly, so wanted to know which games I could use its sequential mode with. And I like that method of shifting as it’s a very different, unique challenge to paddles & H pattern. I like using it in my real BMW car too.

    Will try the GT4, though I thought that was paddle shift.

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  10. Jon Legg

    Jon Legg Racer

    No it won’t stop you using paddles for a sequential stick. I always drive from the drivers eye view, you can usually see what type of shift is being used. If he takes a hand off the wheel and it won’t let me use H pattern It’s a sequential stick.
  11. olevet

    olevet Hardcore Simmer

    You can see it in overview video in beginning

    P.s. My bad it's not too clear, but article below confirms it
    Last edited: Apr 4, 2018
  12. olevet

    olevet Hardcore Simmer

  13. fantomas76

    fantomas76 Racer

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