Mafia: Definitive Edition

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This mod changes both the car brand names and car names of all 54 vehicles in the game UI that best match their real life counterpart. It also comes with a VERY realistic but lore-friendly traffic variety feature and allows all 54 cars in the game to BOTH be be storeable in the garage and to be seen for display in the Carcyclopedia.

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"Tommy - The Car Enthusiast" mod originally created by nptr / hunter

Ultra Realistic but lore-friendly traffic variety, all cars appearing in Carcyclopedia, all cars being storeable in garage,
and car name improvements mod features are made by cloakedcollective.

If you have requests to merge or remove a particular mod in this mod, feel free to personally message cloakedcollective.

~ nptr / hunter & cloakedcollective

====================ABOUT THE MOD=====================

A mod created that is a product of 250+ hours of researching, analyzing, comparing, and matching the in-game vehicles to the ones found in real life.

Most names are based on the suggestions from both the Mafia Definitive Edition wiki AND the Mafia (2002) wiki,
some are personal interpretation and some are from users who conducted their own research.


- Changes the car brand names and car names of ALL 54 vehicles in the game to their real life counterparts that is displayed
  in the UI in the Carcyclopedia, Garage, and the car brand name UI that displays whenever you enter any vehicle.

- Changes traffic variety and car spawn behavior such that the cars will only spawn at the specific year their real car name suggests.
  This realistic traffic variety feature is based from Sparky66's Realistic Traffic Variety mod, except that this one improves it in many ways.
  Though the cars will only spawn at the specific year their real car name suggests, some cars were made as an exception to this rule in order
  to make it lore-friendly to the game's setting. They were made as an exception to the rule due to at least one of the following reasons:
           
- They appear in-game in a mission in Story Mode that is earlier than the year their real life counterpart was produced
  (e.g. the 1935 Ford 5-Window Custom Taildragger Coupe a.k.a Bolt V8 appearing as early as the 1930's era of Story Mode, specifically during
  the mission "Molotov Party" where the vehicle can be found parked facing the gates in Salieri's Bar and the yellow Smith V-12 that
  is used by the Morello thug that you will chase during the Story Mode mission "Ordinary Routine".)
- They appear in a cutscene in Story Mode that is earlier than the year their real life counterpart was produced
  (e.g. Don Morello's 1934 Mercedes Benz 500K a.k.a Celeste Mark 5 vehicle that appears during the cutscene with Joey Crackers that occurred in the 1932's era of the game)

^ This helps make the mod VERY lore-friendly.
 
- Allows literally ALL 54 vehicles in the game to be stored in the garage, including the unused Parry Betting Office and Smith Thrower.
- Allows all 54 vehicles to be driveable (e.g. the Parry Betting Office was undriveable in the vanilla game.)
- Allows you to view all 54 vehicles in the game in the Carcyclopedia since not all vehicles appear in it in the vanilla game.

This mod is best enjoyed with the "Free Ride Deluxe V2.6" mod being installed first BEFORE this one.
"Free Ride Deluxe V2.6" mod by 3LC - https://www.nexusmods.com/mafiadefinitiveedition/mods/51?tab=files
 
====================MOD FEATURES=====================

For reference as well as in order to avoid possible confusion, please be informed that there five (5) different year eras throughout the game.
- 1930
- 1932
- 1933
- 1935
- 1938

(1) All car names and car brand names of all 54 vehicles in the game will now display their real life counterpart
    in the UI of the Carcyclopedia, Garage, and the car brand name UI that pops up whenver you enter any vehicle.


    Here's the full and complete list of ALL 54 cars in the game that comes with their full and complete real life car names for reference.
    Take note that a lot of the names had to be shortened in order to fit the game's UI display since adding more results to the game NOT
    displaying the last few words of the car name. Not all vehicles are a 100% exact fit to their real life counterparts; they are simply
    the ones that  resemble the in-game version the most that is based from what we found in our 250+ hours of researching, analyzing and
    comparing the cars from the ones in the game to the ones in real life.


    This list follows this format: Default Vanilla Car Name = Modded Car Name
                     
    Berkley 810 = 1936 Cord 810
    Parry Betting Office = 1927 AEC NS 2052 Tote Betting Bus
    Bolt Ace = 1926 Ford Model T Coupe
    Bolt Ace Pickup = 1926 Ford Model T Pickup
    Bolt Ambulance = 1931 Ford Model A Deluxe Sedan Ambulance
    Bolt Cooler = 1929 Ford Model AA Ice Cream Truck
    Bolt Delivery = 1931 Ford Model A Deluxe Sedan Delivery
    Bolt Hearse = 1932 Ford Model B Pickup Hearse
    Bolt Mail = 1931 Ford Model A Parcel Truck
    Bolt Model B = 1928 Ford Model A Business Coupe
    Bolt Pickup = 1929 Ford Model AA Pickup
    Bolt Truck = 1929 Ford Model AA Cargo Truck
    Bolt V-8 = 1935 Ford 5-Window Custom Taildragger Coupe
    Bulworth Packhound = 1929 Ford Model AA Step Van (assumed to be a heavily modified version of the Bolt Truck)
    Bulworth Sentry = 1929 Ford Model AA Armored Van (assumed to be a heavily modified version of the Bolt Truck)
    Brubaker Forte = 1932 Hupp Comet #4 Indy Car
    Carozella C-Series = 1933 Alfa Romeo 8C 2600 Monza
    Celeste Mark 5 = 1934 Mercedes-Benz 500K
    Crazy Horse = 1928 Ford Model A Coupe Hot Rod
    Culver Airmaster = 1934 Chrysler Airflow
    Disorder = 1905 Darracq Land Speed Car
    Eckhart Crusader = 1932 Mercedes-Benz 770 Grand Mercedes Cabriolet F (W07)
    Eckhart Elite = 1938 Mercedes-Benz 540K Autobahn-Kurier
    Eckhart Fletcher = 1933 Pierce-Arrow Silver Arrow
    Falconer Classic = 1932 Cadillac Series 452-B V16
    Flame Spear = 1927 Napier-Campbell Blue Bird
    Hank A Truck = 1932 Mack Model BQ Tractor Truck
    Haverley Black Cats = 1935 Indian Chief Bobber (BC)
    Haverley Tomahawk = 1935 Indian Chief Bobber
    Haverley Tomahawk Police = 1935 Indian Chief Bobber Police
    Houston Coupe = 1934 Cadillac 355D Series 30 V-8 Stationary Coupe
    Lassiter V-16 Appolyon = 1937 Cadillac V-16 Hartmann Cabriolet
    Lassiter V-16 Roadster = 1931 Cadillac V-16 452-A Boattail Roadster
    Lassiter V-16 Sedan = 1932 Cadillac 355-B Imperial Limousine
    Manta Prototype = 1938 Heinz-Schwartz Phantom Corsair
    Mutagen = 1926 Renault Type NM 40CV
    Parry Bus = 1931 Yellow Coach Model Z Bus
    Samson Tanker = 1929 Mack Model AC Tanker Truck
    Samson Drifter = 1970 Ford Torino GT
    Shubert Frigate = 1955 Chevrolet Corvette
    Shubert Luxe = 1935 Chevrolet Master Deluxe New Standard Sedan
    Shubert Luxe Taxi = 1935 Chevrolet Master Deluxe New Standard Sedan Taxi
    Shubert Luxe Police = 1935 Chevrolet Master Deluxe New Standard Sedan Police
    Shubert Luxe Detective = 1935 Chevrolet Master Deluxe New Standard Sedan Detective
    Shubert Six = 1931 Chevrolet Series AE Independence Sedan
    Shubert Six Taxi = 1931 Chevrolet Series AE Independence Sedan Taxi
    Shubert Six Police = 1931 Chevrolet Series AE Independence Sedan Police
    Shubert Six Detective = 1931 Chevrolet Series AE Independence Sedan Detective
    Smith Thrower = 1957 Ford Thunderbird
    Smith Moray = 1955 Ford Thunderbird
    Smith V-12 = 1932 Packard 1104 Dietrich Sedan
    Smith V-12 Chicago = 1932 Packard 1104 Dietrich Sedan
    Trautenberg Sport = 1932 Duesenberg Model J Figoni Speedster
    Waybar Concept = 1930 Henderson KJ Streamline


(2) All 54 vehicles in the game (including the unused Parry Betting Office and Smith Thrower) can now be
    stored in the garage and can be used freely at anytime in both Story Mode and Free Ride mode.
 

(3) All 54 vehicles in the game (including the unused Parry Betting Office and Smith Thrower) now all appear in the
    Carcyclopedia. The vanilla game didn't allow all cars to be shown in the Carcyclopedia.


(4) All 54 vehicles in the game are now driveable (e.g. the Parry Betting Office was undriveable in the vanilla game.)


(5) All vehicles in the game now appear in traffic (with a few exceptions listed below) in both Story Mode and Free Ride
    mode, including the unused Parry Betting Office truck and the one-time-only used Bulworth Sentry van.
    
    - Smith Moray
      This vehicle only started its production in 1955-1957 in real life.
    - Smith Thrower
      This vehicle only started its production in 1955-1957 in real life.
    - Waybar Concept
      The design and aesthetic of this motorcycle looks too futuristic to the look and feel of
      1930's Lost Heaven Empire Bay or the 1930's in general. Plus, you're supposed to only unlock
      this vehicle through a Free Ride Mode-exclusive mission.
    - Manta Prototype
      Same issue with the Waybar Concept, but add the fact that there's only one (1) copy
      of this car that was ever produced in real life.
    - Brubaker Forte
      It's a race track car that's supposed to only be used in the race track.
      Don't see any reason of adding this car in traffic whatsoever.
    - Carozella C-Series
      It's a race track car that's supposed to only be used in the race track.
      Don't see any reason of adding this car in traffic whatsoever.
    - Haverley Tomahawk (Black Cats)
      It's a DLC-exclusive vehicle and thus, it should only be available to you.
    - Crazy Horse
      It's a vehicle that can only be unlocked through a Free Ride-exclusive mission.
      Also, having hot rods in traffic looks game-breaking and just feels wrong.
    - Smith V-12 Chicago
      It's a DLC-exclusive vehicle and thus, it should only be available to you.
    - Disorder
      It's a race track car that's supposed to only be used in the race track.
      Don't see any reason of adding this car in traffic whatsoever.
    - Flame Spear
      It's a race track car that's supposed to only be used in the race track.
      Don't see any reason of adding this car in traffic whatsoever.    
    - Haverley Tomahawk P
      This vehicle will only appear when you gain a 2 star or higher wanted level from the cops.
    - Mutagen
      It's a race track car that's supposed to only be used in the race track.
      Don't see any reason of adding this car in traffic whatsoever.
    - Samson Drifter
      It's a DLC-exclusive vehicle and thus, it should only be available to you.
    - Shubert Frigate
      It's a DLC-exclusive vehicle and thus, it should only be available to you.
    - Shubert Luxe Detective
      This vehicle will only start to appear when you get a 4-star or higher wanted level
      from the cops. The Shubert Six Detective is replaced by this vehicle starting from the
      1933's era and onwards.
    - Shubert Six Detective
      This vehicle will only start to appear when you get a 4-star or higher wanted level
      from the cops. Get this vehicle before the Story Mode mission "A Trip To The Country".
   
     
(6) Traffic Variety is as realistic as it can possibly be but it is also VERY lore-friendly.
   
    All cars STRICTLY only start to spawn in traffic in the specific years their real car name suggests. For instance,
    you won't see the 1934 Chrysler Airflow aka Culver Airmaster appear in traffic during the 1933 or earlier eras
    of the game in Story Mode. Once a car starts spawning in traffic, they will continue to appear in all other
    proceeding years (a 1932 car will continue to appear in the 1933 era, 1935 era, and the 1938 era of Story Mode).

    Some vehicles will appear in traffic much earlier than the specific year their real car name suggests in both Story
    Mode and Free Ride Mode:
    
    - Parry Bus - Starts appearing in traffic during the 1930's era. This vehicle is literally the only bus-type vehicle
            in the game. Plus, buses were a thing way before the 1930's.
    - Shubert Luxe - Starts appearing in traffic during the 1933's era. they appear as early as the 1933 era of Story Mode
            because I can't seem to find a way as to how to change the police vehicles that spawn that patrol
            the city and the ones that spawn during various wanted levels. Also, in the 1933 era Story Mode
            mission "A Trip To The Country", Ralph sends you off to a warehouse by giving you a Shubert Luxe to use.
            Again, this is to make the mod lore-friendly.
    - Shubert Luxe Taxi - Starts appearing in traffic during the 1933's era. they appear as early as the 1933 era of
            Story Mode because I can't seem to find a way as to how to change the police vehicles that
            spawn that patrol the city and the ones that spawn during various wanted levels. Also, in
            the 1933 era Story Mode mission "A Trip To The Country", Ralph sends you off to a warehouse
            by giving you a Shubert Luxe to use. Again, this is to make the mod lore-friendly.
    - Shubert Luxe Police - They appear as early as the 1933 era of Story Mode because I can't seem to find a way as to
            how to change the police vehicles that spawn that patrol the city and the ones that spawn
            during various wanted levels. Also, in the 1933 era Story Mode mission "A Trip To The Country", Ralph sends you
            off to a warehouse by giving you a Shubert Luxe to use to get there. Again, this is to make the mod lore-friendly.
    - Shubert Luxe Detective - Starts appearing in traffic during the 1933's era but ONLY WHEN YOU GET A 4 STAR
            OR HIGHER WANTED LEVEL. They appear as early as the 1933 era of Story Mode because I
            can't seem to find a way as to how to change the police vehicles that spawn that
            patrol the city and the ones that spawn during various wanted levels. Also, in the
            1933 era Story Mode mission "A Trip To The Country", Ralph sends you off to a
            warehouse by giving you a Shubert Luxe to use to get there.
            Again, this is to make the mod lore-friendly.
    - Shubert Six - They appear as early as the 1930 era of Story Mode because you are literally driving a
            Shubert Six in the prologue mission "An Offer You Can't Refuse".
            Again, this is to make the mod lore-friendly.
    - Shubert Six Taxi - They appear as early as the 1930 era of Story Mode because you are literally driving a
            Shubert Six in the prologue mission "An Offer You Can't Refuse".
            Again, this is to make the mod lore-friendly.
    - Shubert Six Police - They appear as early as the 1930 era of Story Mode because you are literally driving a
            Shubert Six in the prologue mission "An Offer You Can't Refuse".
            Again, this is to make the mod lore-friendly.
    - Shubert Six Detective - Starts appearing in traffic during the 1930's era but ONLY WHEN YOU GET A 4 STAR OR HIGHER
            WANTED LEVEL. They appear as early as the 1930 era of Story Mode because you are literally driving a
            Shubert Six in the prologue mission "An Offer You Can't Refuse".
            Again, this is to make the mod lore-friendly.
    - Haverley Tomahawk - Starts appearing in traffic during the 1930's era. It's the only motorcycle available to the public in the game.
    - Haverley Tomahawk P - Starts appearing in traffic during the 1930's era but ONLY WHEN YOU GET A 2 STAR OR HIGHER
            WANTED LEVEL. It's the only motorcycle available to the public in the game and
            thus, the police version should be available as well.            
    - Bolt Mail - Starts appearing in traffic during the 1930's era. It's the only mail delivery-type vehicle in the game.  
    - Bolt Hearse - Starts appearing in traffic during the 1930's era. It's the only funeral-type vehicle in the game.
    - Celeste Mark 5 - Starts appearing in traffic during the 1932's era. It appears during the cutscene with
            Don Morello and Joey Crackers set in the 1932 era.
    - Bolt V8 - Starts appearing in traffic during the 1930's era. It appears during the 1930's era Story Mode
            mission "Molotov Party" where it can be found parked facing the gates in Salieri's Bar, right
            before you meet Vincenzo for the very first time.
    - Bolt Delivery - it's the only delivery-type car sedan available in the game.
    - Bolt Delivery Ambulance - ambulance services are always needed, regardless of the year. It is also the only
            ambulance-type vehicle available in the game.
    - Smith V-12 - starts appearing in traffic during the 1930's era. It's the car used by the Morello thug that you will
            chase during the Story Mode mission "Ordinary Routine".
    - Houston Coupe - starts appearing in traffic during the 1933's era. Though the car appears
            in much earlier eras in the game (the opening cutscene of the Story Mode mission "An Offer You Can't Refuse" set in
            the 1930's era where you see a White car parked in the distance moments after Tommy closes the car door upon exiting
            his taxi for a quick smoke break, the opening cutscene of the Story Mode Mission "Sarah" set in the 1932's era where the
            car makes its very-short-and-easy-to-miss appearance that is located and parked right in front of Salieri's bar while talking
            to Luigi, and during the opening cutscene of the Story Mode mission "A Trip To The Country", particularly, the Turquoise Blue
            car that you see right before Tommy crosses the street to get to Salieri's Bar), it's looks much better and more fitting for
            it to appear in the 1933's era in the long run, just in time for the Shubert Luxe to replace the Shubert Six in traffic.
    - Lassiter V-16 Sedan - starts appearing in traffic during the 1930's era. The car appears during the opening
            cutscene of the prologue Story Mode mission "An Offer You Can't Refuse", particularly
            the car that fires a Tommy Gun at Paulie & Sam and also the same vehicle that got
            its tires shot by Paulie and crashes afterwards.
       
     
       
    All vehicles should appear at a balanced amount. No one (1) or two (2) cars will appear too often but it can still VERY rarely
    happen due to the game's algorithm as to when and how often a vehicle spawns in traffic. I can't really control that.
    It also depends on what specific year era (1930, 1932, 1933, 1935, and 1938) you are playing in in Story Mode.
    Fewer cars will appear in traffic during the 1930 era and 1932 era so it may make some vehicles spawn more often.
    Again, I cannot control this since it's the game algorithm that does that. Lastly, throughout my testing of the
    realistic traffic variety in both Story Mode and Free Ride Mode, I observed that the game has a limit on how many
    vehicles of the same type ("type" = delivery cars, delivery trucks, luxury cars, regular cars etc.) can spawn at one time.
    For instance, for delivery trucks, you may see the Parry Bus, Parry Betting Office, and Bolt Truck spawn in traffic but
    not the Hank A Truck and Bulworth Packhound, which are vehicles that also belong on the delivery trucks category. Same applies
    to the other car type categories. Think of it as a rotational shift where a randomized batch of cars of the same car type category
    will spawn first and will stay that way for a while before another randomized batch of that same car type category will spawn
    that replaces the previous batch, with at least one (1) of the cars from the previous batch having a probability to also be
    one of the cars present in the next batch. That's how the traffic behavior works in this game. Unfortunately, I cannot control this since
    it's the game algorithm that does that.

        
 
(7) All vehicles that appear in traffic in both Story Mode and Free Ride mode now only appear in the specific
      neighborhoods that they are supposed to appear in.  
    
    - All sports cars and luxurious cars will only mostly appear in urban areas like Downtown, Oakwood, Central Island,
      and Beech Hill.
    - All trucks, industrial vehicles, and buses will appear more often in the industrial and poorer parts of Lost Heaven like
      Little Italy, Holbrook, Works Quarter, North Park, Chinatown, and the Countryside / city outskirts. All delivery vehicles
      and taxi vehicles can appear anywhere by default but they now appear in the Countryside / city outskirts as well
      (all except the Bolt Ace Pickup since it's not realistic for that vehicle to travel far and wide into the Countryside
      / city outskirts but it may still appear there).
    - The Bulworth Sentry now appears in traffic and can be found anywhere, including the Countryside / city outskirts.
      It can be found everywhere except Oakwood and Beech Hill. Although it is a police vehicle by design, think of it
      as an armored van that drives around carrying precious cargo such as money that will be deposited in the bank or a
      transport for prisoners. It appears in the Countryside / city outskirts not only because they carry precious cargo
      or transporting VIPs and prisoners alike, but also because it says "Border Patrol" on it so it would only make
      sense for the vehicle to appear in the far corners of the map as well and not just in the city. I don't know how
      to change what vehicles the police use for normal patrols and during various wanted levels since I really tried to
      but to no avail and thus, I decided to make them appear as civilian cars instead.
    - All other regular vehicles like the Shubert Six, Shubert Luxe, Bolt Ace, Haverley Tomahawk etc. can practically appear
      anywhere in the map.
       
 
(8) With all these features, it is possible to get almost all vehicles in the game through Story Mode alone.
    The only vehicles you can't get in Story Mode are
       
    Smith Moray
    Smith Thrower
    Waybar Concept
    Manta Prototype
    Brubaker Forte
    Carozella C-Series
    Crazy Horse
    Disorder
    Flame Spear
    Mutagen
      
    because they all require you to complete a Free Ride Mode-exclusive mission.


======================CHANGELOG =====================
1.0.0       - 2021-4-15
Initial version. Most names are changed. Supported languages are CZ, DE, EN and RU.

1.0.0-EXT   - 2021-4-21
Same as above, but with garage extension and more traffic variety.

1.0.1       - 2021-4-21
Fixed having a wrong file in the "for_manual_patching" folder. No functional changes.

1.1.0       - 2021-5-3
Added release years to most models. Further changed some manufacturer and model names
as they only fit M1 but not M1DE for example.

2.0.0       - 2021-6-4
Fixed and improved car names. Mod now includes Ultra Realistic but lore-friendly traffic variety,
all cars appearing in Carcyclopedia, and all cars being storeable in garage.

2.0.1       - 2021-6-16
Fixed "Black Cats" outfit UI display in Wardrobe selection menu.

2.1.0       - 2021-6-19
- Houston Coupe will now start to spawn in traffic in the 1933 era instead of the
  1935 era due to its very-short-and-easy-to-miss appearance in the opening cutscene of the
  Story Mode mission "A Trip To The Country", particularly, the Turquoise Blue car that you see
  right before Tommy crosses the street to get to Salieri's Bar. Again, this to make
  the realistic traffic variety lore-friendly. (my apologies since I only noticed
  this now ahhh >_<)
- Culver Airmaster is now a LUXURY class car instead of a REGULAR class car due to its
  rarity and special properties like waterproofing, tire-blowout proofing (a very early attempt on
  making bulletproof tires during the 1930's in real life) and reinforced glass windows in real life.
  Changing the car to LUXURY class simply means that the car will now appear mostly only in urban areas
  like Downtown, Oakwood, Central Island, and Beech Hill.
- Further fixes and improvements in car names.

3.0.0       - 2021-6-20
- The Bulworth Sentry now spawns in traffic in the correct era (1930's).
- Finalized fixes and improvements in car names and all aspects of the mod
  in general.

3.1.0       - 2021-6-20
- Spent a whole day's worth of re-researching, double-checking and verifying the real life car names of
  all 54 vehicles in the mod to see if each and every real life car name truly is the best real life counterpart
  out there. Everything is great as it is except the Lassiter V-16 Roadster since I found a better model for it,
  thus updating its name. Since the year of its real car name was changed (from the
  previous year of 1930 to the newly updated year of 1931), the Lassiter V-16 Roadster
  will now only start to spawn in traffic in the 1932 era.


3.1.1       - 2021-6-25
- Further specified the real life car name for the Bolt V-8.
- Added new version of the Custom Edition version that is EXACTLY THE SAME BUT WITHOUT THE "Playstation Icons" mod
  upon a user's request.


=====================INSTALLATION=====================
* Best Case: You have no other mods that change the same .sds files.
Copy the sds_retail folder and its contents into your Mafia Definitive Edition main
directory and overwrite existing files.

* Not so ideal: You have a mod that changed these specific files.
Unpack the currently used .sds files and patch them manually with "Mafia Toolkit".
hud_vehicle_info.gfx            in  /gui/ingame_gui.sds
menu_carcyclopedia.gfx          in  /gui/shared_gui.sds
vehicles_game_group.xbin        in  /tables/tables.sds
stringtable_XX_common_group.xml in  /string_tables/stringtable_XX.sds

* Worst Case: You have a mod installed that changed the very same files IN the .sds
Basically you'd have to manually redo all the changes in the .xbin files.
If you have requests to merge or remove a particular mod in this mod, feel free to personally message cloakedcollective.

=====================HOW IT WORKS=====================
* The cars model names are stored in the string tables and can be replaced there.
Some manufacturer names are also there. They don't affect what is shown in the
UI most of the times however.

* The cars manufacturer name displayed when entering a car or in the carcyclopedia
is stored as vector graphic in:
/gui/ingame_gui.sds/gui/hud_vehicle_info.gfx
/gui/shared_gui.sds/gui/menu_carcyclopedia.gfx
Use "JPEXS Free Flash Decompiler" to export and import the graphics.
The graphics itself are best changed with "Inkscape". Convert all objects to path
and then save as "Optimized SVG" with most boxes ticked for best compatibility.

* vehicles_game_group.xbin "ties" the vehicles together. It defines a cars brand
for example. If you'd like to have a car show up as another brand, you'll have
to change "LogoNameUI" and "BrandNameUI".

~ nptr / hunter & cloakedcollective