But who drives a majority of the cars?
This is a link to the car list. http://www.gran-turi...carlist_en.html
Of these cars, how many do you even use? How many are just undrivable (AC Cobra is the big one that comes to mind)? How many TVR's do we need (if any at all)? And the used cars seem to just recycle the same handful of cars. The same 3 Le Mans or GT500 cars (Skyline Le Mans or Falken Tire Skyline, the Xanavi 350Z) and the Online dealership has their theme (usually an specific automaker), that outside the Audi weeks, usually cars nobody wants (nobody wanted the Prowler car in real life, so why in GT5?).
Standard AC Cobra is fun to drive and I drive with it occasionally. There's no much TVRs either. But there's something for everybody.
Outside the Seasonal Events with the 650pp or 750pp cars, the AI is dreadfully bad. And even with those classes I've mentioned, Catching them might be a bit of a challenge, but overtaking them is quite easy, and once you get in front of them, you will pull away a bit quickly.
Remember that AI cars are not tuned. They have suitable tyres for event, but they lack all upgrades you can put into your car and adjust to fit your driving style perfectly.
For examble 750pp limit is for your car, AI might drive 400-750pp cars without upgrades.
But I understand your point, Forza 4 has ticker for AI to use tuned cars. They have variations of class-limit performance points and gives challenge.
The menu is just slow. Like a smartphone. You have to dig to where you want (I just want to change my damn tires), and backing out requires you to backtrack through every step (outside the race menus and the little button in the corner).
Race menu has wrench image you can go into setups and do all part changes and purchases - outcounting weight reducion kits and engine upgrades. I did count one step.
On main menu you click Garage -> Current car -> set ups. 3 steps.
Do you want magic wand now?
Edited by The Kanisteri, 27 June 2013 - 08:07.