Mercedes SLK AMG, BMW Z4, and Lexus
Here are some pictures and clips that I made from Mercs in D.C., and other cars (like that BMW Z4). Sorry about the video clips, they're a little shaky. I spotted a black Lamborghini Gallardo, an Aston Martin V8 Vantage, a blue Ferrari F430 Spyder and a Ford GT around Washington as well, but I don't have any pictures for proof.
TDU-My A Class Garage
These are my supercars in the game Test Drive Unlimited for the PSP. All of them are stage 3 tuned. They include Pagani's, Koenigseggs, McLarens and more.
Midnight Club 3 DUB edition: My garage
Here are my cars in the psp version of Midnight Club 3 DUB Edition. Mitsubishi EVO VIII Ducati SS1000 Lotus Esprit Dodge Ram SRT10 Mercedes Benz SL55 AMG Kawasaki ZX 12R Cadillac Cien Chysler ME FOUR TWELVE Lamborghini Gallardo McLaren '95 F1 LM Lamborghini Murcielago Cheverlot '68 Corvette Saleen SR Hotmatch Skully Cadillac Sixteen Lexus SC430 Saleen S7 Chrysler 300C Toyota '98 Supra Nissan '02 Skyline Lexus IS300 Cheverlot Corvette Z06 Cheverlot '57 Bel Air Cadillac Esclade EXT Dodge Viper GTS-R Gemballa turbo Coupe Songs: Cornbread, Spaced Out, and Deep South by RATT PAKK Real Big by Mannie Fresh
Evolution and history of Test Drive (1987-2011)
Test Drive is a series of racing video games. Originally published by Accolade, which was later bought by Infogrames, the first game was released in 1987 and has since been followed by several sequels. The Test Drive games are now published by Atari, the name which Infogrames renamed itself to in 2003. In Test Drive, the player typically uses one of several exotic performance cars to race to a finish line against opponents or in a time limit, while avoiding traffic and police. 1987- Test Drive 1989 Test Drive II The Duel 1990 Test Drive 3 the Passion 1997 Test Drive 4 1998 Test Drive 5 1999 Test Drive 6 2001 TD Overdrive 2004 Test Drive Eve of Destruction 2006 Test Drive Unlimited 2011 Test Drive Unlimited II