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    List of the cars with their electronic assists

    Hi. This is a list of all the cars in game and their electronic assists.

    LIST OF ELECTRONIC ASSISTS

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    This was created in the official WMD forum, before the release of the game. I’m currently updating the list and the spreadsheet that comes with it, including the new cars released with the DLCs. This will take a day or two, because I've created a new spreadsheet.

    The list below describe what electronic assists the cars use in real life and if they don’t have any.
    In the spreadsheet instead you will find things better organized and easy to find.

    I’ve included also the elements that can be adjusted by the driver in the cockpit, like brake balance adjuster, pit limiter, front and rear anti roll bars, turbo pressure, DRS, KERS, push-to-pass button, etc. Because this is stuff that the player can adjust on the fly while driving.

    The modern cars, especially road cars, use several electronic assists, that often works together as a combined system and for this reason in some cars they can’t be turn completely off. It’s the case of the small hot hatches, but also of some supercars that use active suspensions and wings, that to work need the data that comes from the wheels and the ABS sensors. A good example are the recent Toyota 86/GT86 ad Scion FR-S. These cars are basically identical and share the same system. Here you have ABS, brake assist, brake LSD (limited slip differential), electronic power steering, stability control and traction control. Now, you can adjust TC and SC using three buttons in the console near the gear's stick, you can create several combinations and even turn them off. But if you turn them off the ABS and the brake LSD will keep working. This information comes from the owner's manual of the cars.

    For some cars I used the owner’s manuals, for some racing cars I found the technical manual, for some others I’ve asked the informations to the drivers that race with them, or searched for the owners. However, for some one I haven't found enough informations, because I haven't found the manuals and the reviews available on the web or in the magazines don't describe in detail how their electronic assists work. For this reason there are few white lines in the spreadsheet, for now.

    Today I have updated the list in several lines, so from now on use this as a reference and not the old one in the old WMD forum (I'll delete the old spreadsheets as soon as I finish this new one).

    When you read “adjustable” it means that the driver can turn it off or adjust it in different position (0-1-2). When you don’t see the word the electronic assist can’t be turned completely off by the driver.

    ROAD CARS
    -2015 Aston Martin Vantage GT12: ABS, adjustable TC, adjustable SC, (adjustable dampers).
    -2013 Audi A1 quattro: ABS, adjustable TC, adjustable SC.
    -2013 Audi R8 V10 Plus: ABS, adjustable TC, adjustable SC (launch control).
    -2011 BMW 1 M Coupè: ABS, adjustable TC, adjustable SC.
    -2009 Ford Focus RS: ABS, adjustable TC, adjustable SC.
    -2015 Ford Mustang GT: ABS, adjustable TC, adjustable SC, (optional launch control).
    -2011 Gumpert Apollo S: adjustable ABS + TC (optional launch control).
    -1992 McLaren F1: no electronic assists, (active rear spoiler).
    -2013 McLaren MP4-12C: ABS, adjustable TC and SC, (active aerodynamic, active suspensions, launch control).
    -2014 McLaren P1: adjustable ABS, adjustable TC, adjustable SC, KERS, DRS, (active suspensions, active aerodynamics, launch control).
    -2011 Mercedes SLS AMG: ABS, TC, adjustable SC, (launch control, active rear spoiler).
    -2013 Mercedes A45 AMG: ABS, adjustable TC, adjustable SC, (launch control).
    -1999 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VI TME (GSR): ABS, no TC, no SC.
    -2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX FQ 360: ABS, adjustable TC, adjustable SC.
    -2012 Mitsubishi Evo X FQ 400: ABS, adjustable TC, adjustable SC.
    -2014 Pagani Huayra: ABS, adjustable SC, (active aerodynamic)
    -2016 Pagani Huayra BC:
    -2011 Pagani Zonda Cinque: ABS, adjustable TC.
    -2014 Radical RXC Turbo: no electronic assists, optional brake bias, (and a dash-mounted 5-levels power steering adjuster).
    -2011 Renault Megane RS: ABS, adjustable TC, adjustable SC.
    -2015 Renault Megane R.S. 275 Trophy R: ABS, adjustable TC, adjustable SC.
    -1987 RUF CTR "Yellowbird": no electronic assists, Turbo boost.
    -2012 RUF CTR3 Clubsport edition: ABS, adjustable TC + SC (combined system, not sure if the ABS can be turned off).
    -2012 RUF Rt 12R: ABS, adjustable TC + SC (combined system, not sure if the ABS can be turned off).
    -2013 RUF RGT-8: ABS, adjustable TC + SC (combined systemm, don't know if the ABS can be turned off)
    -2013 Scion FR-S: ABS, adjustable TC, adjustableSC.
    -2013 Toyota 86: ABS, adjustable TC, adjustable SC.
    -2013 Toyota GT86: ABS, adjustable TC, adjustable SC.
    -2014 W Motors Lykan Hypersport: ABS, adjustable TC, adjustable SC, active rear wing (don't know if the ABS can be turned off).

    TRACK DAY, SPECIAL EDITIONS & DRIFT CARS
    -2011 Ariel Atom 300 Supercharged: no electronic assists, brake bias.
    -2011 Ariel Atom V8: no electronic assists, brake bias, (launch control).
    -2011 Ariel Atom Mugen: no electronic assists, brake bias.
    -2012 Bac Mono: no electronic assists, brake bias.
    -1973 BMW 2002 Turbo Stance Works Edition: no electronic assists.
    -2011 BMW 1M Stance Works Edition: adjustable ABS, adjustable TC, adjustable SC (data taken in game).
    -2011 Caterham Classic: no electronic assists.
    -2011 Caterham Superlight R500: no electronic assists, (optional launch control).
    -2015 KTM X-Bow R: no electronic assists.
    -2015 Mazda MX-5 RadBul Formula Drift: no electronic assists
    -2011 Pagani Zonda R: adjustable ABS, adjustable TC , no SC.
    -2013 Pagani Zonda Revolucion: adjustable ABS, adjustable TC, DRS (still looking for the full specs)
    -2015 Scion FR-S Rocket Bunny Edition: adjustable ABS, adjustable TC, no SC (data taken in game)
    -2015 Toyota GT86 Rocket Bunny GT Edition: adjustable ABS, adjustable TC, no SC, brake bias (data taken in game)

    HISTORIC TOURING AND GT CARS
    -1959 Aston Martin DBR1: no electronic assists.
    -1963 Aston Martin DP212: no electronic assists.
    -1974 BMW 2002 Turbo: no electronic assists.
    -1978 BMW 320 Turbo Group 5: no electronic assists, brake bias.
    -1981 BMW M1 Procar: no electronic assists, brake bias.
    -1991 BMW M3 E30 Group A: ABS, no TC, no SC, brake bias.
    -1966 Ford Mustang 2+2 fastback: no electronic assists.
    -1967 Ford GT40 MK IV: no electronic assists.
    -1972 Ford Escort RS 1600: no electronic assists.
    -1980 Ford Capri Zackspeed Group 5: no electronic assists, brake bias, turbo boost.
    -1988 Ford Sierra RS500 Group A: no electronic assists, brake bias, front anti roll bar adjuster.
    -1952 Mercedes 300 SL W194: no electronic assists.
    -1971 Mercedes 300 SEL 6.8 AMG: no electronic assists.
    -1991 Mercedes 190E Evo 2 DTM: ABS, no TC, no SC.

    TOURING CARS
    -1989 Audi 90 IMSA GTO: no electronic assists, brake bias, no pit limiter, adjustable front and rear anti roll bars.
    -2012 BMW 320 TC (WTCC): no electronic assists, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -1997 Ford Mustang Cobra Trans-Am: no electronic assists, front and rear anti roll bar adjusters, brake bias.
    -2012 Ford Focus S2000 TC WTCC: no electronic assists, brake bias, pit limiter. (license announced, but not in game)
    -2013 Ford Falcon FG (Aussie V8 CotF): no electronic assists, brake bias, pit limiter, adjustable front and rear anti roll bars.
    -2013 Mercedes C-Class Coupè DTM: no electronic assists, brake bias, pit limiter, DRS.
    -1999 Renault Laguna BTCC: no electronic assists, brake bias, adjustable front and rear anti roll bars. (license announced, but not in game)
    -2009 Renault Sport Megane Trophy II: no electronic assists, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -2014 Renault Clio IV RS Cup: no alectronic assists, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -2015 Renault R.S. Sport 01: adjustable ABS, adjustable TC, brake bias, pit limiter (and throttle control)

    GT RACING CARS
    -2013 Aston Martin Vantage GT4: adjustable ABS, adjustable TC, SC, no brake bias, no pit limiter.
    -2013 Aston Martin Vantage V12 GT3: adjustable ABS, adjustable TC, no SC, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -2014 Aston Martin Vantage GTE: adjustable TC (need more info)
    -2013 Aston Martin Hybrid Hydrogen Rapide S: adjustable ABS, adjustable TC
    -2013 Audi R8 LMS Ultra GT3: adjustable ABS, adjustable TC, no SC, front and rear anti roll bar adjusters, pit limiter, brake bias.
    -2013 Bentley Continental GT3: adjustable ABS, adjustable TC, no SC, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -2012 BMW M3 E92 GT4: ABS, TC, no SC, no brake bias, no pit limiter.
    -2012 BMW M3 E92 GT: no ABS, TC, no SC, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -2012 BMW Z4 GT3: adjustable ABS, adjustable TC, adjustable SC, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -2015 Cadillac ATS-V.R GT3: adjustable ABS, adjustable TC, no SC, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -2015 Chevrolet Corvette C7.R GTE: no ABS, asjustable TC, no SC, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302R1: ABS, no TC, no SC, no brake bias, no pit limiter.
    -2013 Ginetta G40 Junior: no ABS, no TC, no SC, brake bias, no pit limiter.
    -2013 Ginetta G55 GT4: (need info)
    -2013 Ginetta G55 GT3: adjustable ABS, adjustable TC, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -2012 McLaren MP4-12C GT3: adjustable ABS, adjustable TC, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -2012 Mercedes SLS AMG GT3: adjustable ABS, Adjustable TC, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -2014 SMS Ruf RGT-8 GT3: adjustable ABS, adjustable TC, brake bias.
    -2014 Ruf CTR3 SMS-R: adjustable ABS, adjustable TC, adjustable SC, brake bias, pit limiter.

    PROTOTYPES
    -2012 Caterham Lola SP300.R: no electronic assists, brake bias, push-to-pass button.
    -2012 Palmer Jaguar JP-LM: no ABS, no SC, adjustable TC (and adjustable engine maps).
    -2011 Radical SR3 RS: no electronic assists, brake bias, no pit limiter.
    -2011 Radical SR8 RX: no electronic assists, brake bias, no pit limiter.

    LE MANS PROTOTYPES
    -2009 Aston Martin DBR1-2: no electronic assists, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -2002 Audi R8 LMP900: no electronic assists, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -2011 Audi R18 TDI LMP1: no ABS, adjustable TC on the engine, no SC, brake bias, pit limiter (and launch control)
    -2014 Audi R18 e-tron quattro: no ABS, adjustable TC on the engine, no SC, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -2003 Bentley Speed 8 LMGTP: no electronic assists, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -1999 BMW V12 LMR: no electronic assists, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -1997 McLaren F1 GTR "Long Tail": no electronic assists, no pit limiter, brake bias.
    -1998 Mercedes CLK-LM: brake bias, turbo boost.
    -2013 Oreca 03 LMP2: no ABS, adjustable TC on the engine, no SC, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -1978 Renault Alpine A442B: no electronic assists (looking infos about a knob in the cockpit).
    -2014 Renault Alpine A450: no ABS, adjustable TC on the engine, no SC, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -1989 Sauber C9: no electronic assists, no pit limiter, brake bias.
    -2013 SMS Protoype RWD P30 LMP1: no ABS, adjustable TC on the engine, no SC, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -2013 SMS Prototype RWD P20 LMP2: no ABS, adjustable TC on the engine, no SC, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -2014 SMS Prototype MareK RP339h LMP1: no ABS, adjustable TC on the engine, no SC, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -2014 SMS Prototype Marek RP219d LMP2: no ABS, adjustable TC on the engine, no SC, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -2014 Toyota TS040 Hybrid: adjustable TC, brake bias, pit limiter, KERS.

    American Stockcars Series
    -1990 Caper Monterey Stockcar: no electronic assists, no brake bias, no pit limiter.
    -2013 Ford Fusion Stockcar: no electronic assists, brake bias, no pit limiter.

    FORMULA
    -2011 SMS Kart: no electronic assists
    -2011 SMS SuperKart: no electronic assists
    -2012 SMS Formula Rookie (based on Formula Ford): no electronic assists, brake bias.
    -2012 SMS Formula C (generic Formula 3): no electronic assists, brake bias, pit limiter.
    -2011 SMS Formula B (generic Superleague Formula): no electronic assists, pit limiter, push-to-pass button.
    -2011 SMS Formula A (generic F1 2011): no electronic assists, Kers, DSR, brake bias, pit limiter (and rev limiter, adjustable corner differential).
    -2013 Formula Gulf 1000: no electronic assists, brake bias, optional pit limiter.
    -2015 Formula Renault 3.5: DRS, pit limiter (and launch control).
    -2015 Dallara DW12 IndyCar: no electronic assists, front and rear anti roll bars adjusters, brake bias, pit limiter (and weight jacker).
    -1963 Lotus 25 Climax: no electronic assists
    -1965 Lotus 38 Ford Indy: no electronic assists
    -1965 Lotus 40 Ford: no electronic assists
    -1967 Lotus 49 Cosworth: no electronic assists
    -1970 Lotus 49C Cosworth: no electronic assists
    -1967 Lotus 51 FF (Formula Ford): no electronic assists
    -1972 Lotus 72D Cosworth: no electronic assists
    -1977 Lotus 78 Cosworth: no electronic assists
    -1986 Lotus 98T Renault Turbo: no electronic assists


    The cars in grey are the ones for which I still need the info, because I haven't found them or I haven't searched yet.
    I put in grey also the car licensed, but that aren't in game.

    I'M STILL EDITING THE FILE.

    If you want to help, write a post with the informations needed for the car, and possibly your source. Thanks.
    Last edited by deadboy; 03-03-2016 at 16:52. Reason: added GOTY cars, still loooking for the details
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    First: Its the 2014 GTE Aston. Second: They have TC but no ABS and SC

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    Great job!

    Something to ponder: Is it necessary or even useful to mention what sort of AWD systems and such any given car has in real life, when we can't model most of them? There are some AWD cars in-game with variable torque distribution in the center diff, but AFAIK the game doesn't simulate active locking diffs (like the Evo center diff), electronic brake diffs (like the 12C and P1 rear diff) or lateral torque vectoring diffs (like the Evo rear diff).
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    ABS, TC and SC don't cover all the electronic assists that we can find in a modern car nowadays.
    There is lot of stuff going on, and I can't write this stuff in a single line of a spreadsheet.
    Also, from car to car these systems change in the way they work and also in the names used.

    I searched the manuals of the Scion and the Toyota 86 and GT86 this afternoon. The cars share the same system. Well, only in the brakes there are three different assists: ABS (anti locking system), brake LSD (a limited slip differential that works on each wheel when needed), brake assist (a system that reduces the time needed to push down the pedal when the computer finds that you are doing an emergency stop). And this stuff can't be turned off, it stays on when you turn off the TC and the SC of the car. But the effect is basically the same of a stability control: it helps the driver to keep control of the car.
    And these cars aren't certainly the more complicate of the list.
    If I think at the Mitsubishi in game we would need a 50 pages manual just to describe in detail how their complex system work.
    I don't know how the devs simulate all this stuff, but I wouldn't blame them if they'd decide to give the single car a more simple system at the end. There are too much variables to keep in control. In a real car there a hundred of sensors tracking everything and controlling the electronic assists. How can you simulate this in a videogame? I think it's impossible.

    Anyway, I have another spreadsheet with the specs of the cars (power, weight, engine configuration, etc.). I'll see if I can edit also that one, or merge some of the infos in the one I've posted today. But first I want to fill the missing voices.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jussi Karjalainen View Post
    ...Something to ponder: Is it necessary or even useful to mention what sort of AWD systems and such any given car has in real life, when we can't model most of them? There are some AWD cars in-game with variable torque distribution in the center diff, but AFAIK the game doesn't simulate active locking diffs (like the Evo center diff), electronic brake diffs (like the 12C and P1 rear diff) or lateral torque vectoring diffs (like the Evo rear diff).
    On the right side of the spreadsheet there are the notes for each car. Most of them have a description of the systems used, like the Mitsubishi Evos, but in a spreadsheet of this kind it's better to write things briefly. Anyway, as I've said I see what I can do editing the file.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deadboy View Post
    On the right side of the spreadsheet there are the notes for each car. Most of them have a description of the systems used, like the Mitsubishi Evos, but in a spreadsheet of this kind it's better to write things briefly. Anyway, as I've said I see what I can do editing the file.
    Sorry for the misconception, I was referring to the things listed in the post, and implying that it's not important to know that an Evo has S-AYC since it's not simulated in the game.
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    Uh, my bad Jussi, I haven't read well your post. Anyway, those infos regarding the complex system of the cars are included only for some cars and only in this thread. In the spreadsheet you can read that only in the side notes, while the main infos about the assists are basic.
    At the end I'll clean up everything, deleting the not necessary infos, even in the first post.
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    When I copied the list here from the old thread of the WMD forum, I copied also some cars that aren't in game.
    Before I edited the list, some members had the time to read those names. Let me explain something, before someone start dreaming.
    During the development of pCars 1 the devs shared with us a sort of whishlist, in which there were the list of the cars that they wanted for the Career. They did this to help the WMD members to understand the direction they wanted to go with the game and its career. In fact that list was called Cars and Career's plan. And probably they did this also because we were transforming every thread of the forum in a car whishlist. Was a way to keep us quiet.
    Most of those cars arrived in the game, like McLaren, Aston Martin, Audi and others, but a couple of brands no and these cars won't arrive in pCars 1. The budget was limited guys.
    The cars that haven't been licensed were in my list only because I collected the data for all the cars of the career's plan.
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