The Megapack-specific content. Enjoy! #tdu

Well, to start everything, Magnum's original ride needs to be in the game. The Ferrari 308 GTS, Rosso Corsa with Sabia interior. You can still enjoy this car in UCP and Platinum too if you want to, because it's still available in both games!
Well, to start everything, Magnum's original ride needs to be in the game. The Ferrari 308 GTS, Rosso Corsa with Sabia interior. You can still enjoy this car in UCP and Platinum too if you want to, because it's still available in both games!
Lexus LS600h L. Well, for starters, it might look like a car for businessmen or government officials, but you can actually use it for driving around and racing, despite my friends tent to call it a 'joke car' due to its size and purpose, since it was a luxury car, not a racing car. Sadly, it was no longer available in UCP and Platinum, it was replaced by the GS350 F-Sport.
Lexus LS600h L. Well, for starters, it might look like a car for businessmen or government officials, but you can actually use it for driving around and racing, despite my friends tent to call it a 'joke car' due to its size and purpose, since it was a luxury car, not a racing car. Sadly, it was no longer available in UCP and Platinum, it was replaced by the GS350 F-Sport.
The Saturn Curve concept. With the only appearance so far is only on the TDU Megapack DLC, this is definitely one of the cars in the video games to be forgotten. The UCP and Platinum one doesn't have the Saturn Curve, it was replaced by another GM car (presumably 1996 Chevrolet Impala SS).
The Saturn Curve concept. With the only appearance so far is only on the TDU Megapack DLC, this is definitely one of the cars in the video games to be forgotten. The UCP and Platinum one doesn't have the Saturn Curve, it was replaced by another GM car (presumably 1996 Chevrolet Impala SS).
The Lexus SC430, another car that was in the Megapack DLC and never be seen again in UCP and Platinum, and I actually want this car to return. The UCP and Platinum one replaces this with the 1997 Lexus SC300 (which you can choose as a starter car), complete with aftermarket upgrades. This car is actually one of the models you can restore in UCP and Platinum (the car body mesh is still available in the game files of both games), although I wouldn't recommend you restoring that since it could break both games.
The Lexus SC430, another car that was in the Megapack DLC and never be seen again in UCP and Platinum, and I actually want this car to return. The UCP and Platinum one replaces this with the 1997 Lexus SC300 (which you can choose as a starter car), complete with aftermarket upgrades. This car is actually one of the models you can restore in UCP and Platinum (the car body mesh is still available in the game files of both games), although I wouldn't recommend you restoring that since it could break both games.
The 1957 Chevrolet Corvette. An interesting fact is that both UCP and Platinum still had these, and fully drivable.
The 1957 Chevrolet Corvette. An interesting fact is that both UCP and Platinum still had these, and fully drivable.
The Dino 246 GT. In the Megapack, it was just considered as a 'simple' classic car with just 2 colors being available. However, both UCP and Platinum adds more colors and rim choices for the car, making it no longer simplistic.
The Dino 246 GT. In the Megapack, it was just considered as a 'simple' classic car with just 2 colors being available. However, both UCP and Platinum adds more colors and rim choices for the car, making it no longer simplistic.
The 1971 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible is actually among one of the cars that didn't saw a return in UCP and Platinum. Both UCP and Platinum had a 1971 Corvette, but it's the Stingray LT-1 Coupe, not the convertible one.
The 1971 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible is actually among one of the cars that didn't saw a return in UCP and Platinum. Both UCP and Platinum had a 1971 Corvette, but it's the Stingray LT-1 Coupe, not the convertible one.
The 1971 Dodge Challenger R/T was actually among one of the cars that didn't make a return for  both UCP and Platinum, with the 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T HEMI replacing them in both titles, although I would definitely say that the UCP and Platinum's 1970 Challenger were much better in any way.
The 1971 Dodge Challenger R/T was actually among one of the cars that didn't make a return for both UCP and Platinum, with the 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T HEMI replacing them in both titles, although I would definitely say that the UCP and Platinum's 1970 Challenger were much better in any way.
The 1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee was actually available in both 3 TDU variants, Megapack, UCP and Platinum.
The 1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee was actually available in both 3 TDU variants, Megapack, UCP and Platinum.
The Ferrari 250 GTO is still using the lower quality models like other Megapack cars do, the UCP and Platinum variants had higher quality mesh.
The Ferrari 250 GTO is still using the lower quality models like other Megapack cars do, the UCP and Platinum variants had higher quality mesh.
The new class E king in TDU Megapack was this car now, the Audi S6 C6. This car is nowhere to be seen in UCP and Platinum, its successor would be either the S4 (B6 and B8), or the RS6.
The new class E king in TDU Megapack was this car now, the Audi S6 C6. This car is nowhere to be seen in UCP and Platinum, its successor would be either the S4 (B6 and B8), or the RS6.
Think about a family car that you can actually use for driving around and racing. You got the Lexus GS450h, a car that was half family-friendly, and half fast-DNA. Sadly, it was no longer available in UCP and Platinum, it was replaced by the 2013 Lexus GS350.
Think about a family car that you can actually use for driving around and racing. You got the Lexus GS450h, a car that was half family-friendly, and half fast-DNA. Sadly, it was no longer available in UCP and Platinum, it was replaced by the 2013 Lexus GS350.
Aside from the Lexus LS600h L, here's another car, a Lexus LS460 L, that could be suited for luxury car, not a racing car (although you can still race it). This one was less pronounced as a joke car due to having better performance than the latter. And furthermore, both UCP and Platinum still had this car, so not much of a miss. The UCP still retains the same available car options (wheels, body colors and interior) as the one on Megapack, but Platinum adds more available wheels for this car.
Aside from the Lexus LS600h L, here's another car, a Lexus LS460 L, that could be suited for luxury car, not a racing car (although you can still race it). This one was less pronounced as a joke car due to having better performance than the latter. And furthermore, both UCP and Platinum still had this car, so not much of a miss. The UCP still retains the same available car options (wheels, body colors and interior) as the one on Megapack, but Platinum adds more available wheels for this car.
The Lexus IS 350. For UCP players, well, this car can still be driven and playable in the said game, but not Platinum. Platinum had the IS 300 and IS F as its replacement.
The Lexus IS 350. For UCP players, well, this car can still be driven and playable in the said game, but not Platinum. Platinum had the IS 300 and IS F as its replacement.
The Cadillac CTS-V (2004) is one of (probably) the most simplistic sedan you can buy in Megapack, since the exterior and interior color choices were quite minimal. Although not in UCP and Platinum, since there were more rim variants for this car.
The Cadillac CTS-V (2004) is one of (probably) the most simplistic sedan you can buy in Megapack, since the exterior and interior color choices were quite minimal. Although not in UCP and Platinum, since there were more rim variants for this car.
A Crossfire SRT-6 is not really a miss since you can still bought (and obtain) both cars in UCP and Platinum. Although in Megapack, its variants were very simple, with only 4 exterior color choices being available.
A Crossfire SRT-6 is not really a miss since you can still bought (and obtain) both cars in UCP and Platinum. Although in Megapack, its variants were very simple, with only 4 exterior color choices being available.
Just like the Crossfire SRT-6 Coupe, the roadster is nearly identical to its coupe variant, albeit you can't tune it, making it a (rather) joke car in class D.
Just like the Crossfire SRT-6 Coupe, the roadster is nearly identical to its coupe variant, albeit you can't tune it, making it a (rather) joke car in class D.
The forgotten Holden Efijy Concept. Like the Saturn Curve, its only official appearance was the Megapack. The UCP also still had this car available, although not in Platinum.
The forgotten Holden Efijy Concept. Like the Saturn Curve, its only official appearance was the Megapack. The UCP also still had this car available, although not in Platinum.
The Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary. Definitely one of the cars that could not be forgotten. It was available in Megapack, UCP and Platinum.
The Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary. Definitely one of the cars that could not be forgotten. It was available in Megapack, UCP and Platinum.
996-series RUF RGT was somehow still available in all 3 variants. Megapack, UCP and Platinum. For Megapack and UCP, it's purchasable in the dealer, while in Platinum, you can convert a Porsche 996 GT3 into one.
996-series RUF RGT was somehow still available in all 3 variants. Megapack, UCP and Platinum. For Megapack and UCP, it's purchasable in the dealer, while in Platinum, you can convert a Porsche 996 GT3 into one.
The RUF RK Spyder was somehow still available in all 3 variants. Megapack, UCP and Platinum. For Megapack and UCP, it's purchasable in the dealer, while in Platinum, you can convert a Porsche Boxster S into one. It was also interestingly still available as standard in TDU2.
The RUF RK Spyder was somehow still available in all 3 variants. Megapack, UCP and Platinum. For Megapack and UCP, it's purchasable in the dealer, while in Platinum, you can convert a Porsche Boxster S into one. It was also interestingly still available as standard in TDU2.
What do you call as the real 'midlife crisis' car? You got the basic Chevrolet Corvette C6 Convertible. Too bad that it was not available in UCP and Platinum, those 2 games had the Corvette Grand Sport Convertible as the replacement.
What do you call as the real 'midlife crisis' car? You got the basic Chevrolet Corvette C6 Convertible. Too bad that it was not available in UCP and Platinum, those 2 games had the Corvette Grand Sport Convertible as the replacement.
The lower-quality 512 TR is the playable variant of the 512 TR in Megapack. UCP and Platinum still had this car, albeit in higher quality model.
The lower-quality 512 TR is the playable variant of the 512 TR in Megapack. UCP and Platinum still had this car, albeit in higher quality model.
The Ferrari 612 Scaglieti, another car that was in the Megapack DLC and never be seen again in UCP and Platinum, and I actually want this car to return. The UCP and Platinum one replaces this with the 599 GTB Fiorano/599 GTO, since they're both grand tourers. This car is actually one of the models you can restore in UCP and Platinum (the car body mesh is still available in the game files of both games), although I wouldn't recommend you restoring that since it could break both games.
The Ferrari 612 Scaglieti, another car that was in the Megapack DLC and never be seen again in UCP and Platinum, and I actually want this car to return. The UCP and Platinum one replaces this with the 599 GTB Fiorano/599 GTO, since they're both grand tourers. This car is actually one of the models you can restore in UCP and Platinum (the car body mesh is still available in the game files of both games), although I wouldn't recommend you restoring that since it could break both games.
The TVR T440R Coupe is just among some of the cars that were available in all 3 TDU variants. Megapack, UCP and Platinum. The Megapack and UCP had the car purchasable from the dealer, while in Platinum it can be obtained by converting a TVR Tuscan S into one.
The TVR T440R Coupe is just among some of the cars that were available in all 3 TDU variants. Megapack, UCP and Platinum. The Megapack and UCP had the car purchasable from the dealer, while in Platinum it can be obtained by converting a TVR Tuscan S into one.
The Dodge Viper SRT-10 Coupe is the lower quality one in Megapack and UCP, but the one in Platinum had the higher quality, and more wheel and exterior color variants.
The Dodge Viper SRT-10 Coupe is the lower quality one in Megapack and UCP, but the one in Platinum had the higher quality, and more wheel and exterior color variants.
The Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale. This car can be bought without the stripes in Megapack, but UCP and Platinum requires you to go to the tuner shop to permanently remove the stripes.
The Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale. This car can be bought without the stripes in Megapack, but UCP and Platinum requires you to go to the tuner shop to permanently remove the stripes.
The Lamborghini Gallardo Coupe is still the exact same model with the exact options in all 3 TDU variants. Although in Platinum, you can use this car as a conversion base for the Gallardo Superleggera.
The Lamborghini Gallardo Coupe is still the exact same model with the exact options in all 3 TDU variants. Although in Platinum, you can use this car as a conversion base for the Gallardo Superleggera.
The Noble M400 is still the exact same model with the exact options in all 3 TDU variants. Although in Platinum, you can use this car as a conversion base for the Rossion Q1.
The Noble M400 is still the exact same model with the exact options in all 3 TDU variants. Although in Platinum, you can use this car as a conversion base for the Rossion Q1.
The Spyker C8 Spyder is still the exact same model with the exact options in all 3 TDU variants. Although in UCP and Platinum, you can only obtain this car by converting a Spyker C8 Laviolette into one.
The Spyker C8 Spyder is still the exact same model with the exact options in all 3 TDU variants. Although in UCP and Platinum, you can only obtain this car by converting a Spyker C8 Laviolette into one.
The RUF RT 12 was somehow still available in all 3 variants. Megapack, UCP and Platinum. For Megapack and UCP, it's purchasable in the dealer, while in Platinum, you can convert a Porsche 997 GT3 into one. It was also interestingly still available as standard in TDU2.
The RUF RT 12 was somehow still available in all 3 variants. Megapack, UCP and Platinum. For Megapack and UCP, it's purchasable in the dealer, while in Platinum, you can convert a Porsche 997 GT3 into one. It was also interestingly still available as standard in TDU2.
The RUF RT 12 was somehow still available in all 3 variants. Megapack, UCP and Platinum. For Megapack and UCP, it's purchasable in the dealer, while in Platinum, you can convert a Porsche 996 GT3 into one. It was also interestingly still available as standard in TDU2.
The RUF RT 12 was somehow still available in all 3 variants. Megapack, UCP and Platinum. For Megapack and UCP, it's purchasable in the dealer, while in Platinum, you can convert a Porsche 996 GT3 into one. It was also interestingly still available as standard in TDU2.
The ill-fated Spyker C8 Spyder T (not to be confused with the base C8 Spyder). In Megapack, there's also the C8 Spyder T beside the basic C8 Spyder, but the UCP and Platinum didn't retain the car and replaces it with the C8 Aileron.
The ill-fated Spyker C8 Spyder T (not to be confused with the base C8 Spyder). In Megapack, there's also the C8 Spyder T beside the basic C8 Spyder, but the UCP and Platinum didn't retain the car and replaces it with the C8 Aileron.
Cadillac Cien. This car was the #1 car voted by TDU Platinum players as 'one of the cars that you missed the most'. It was available only in Megapack and UCP. Rumored that the W Motors Lykan Hypersport in Platinum replaces it.
Cadillac Cien. This car was the #1 car voted by TDU Platinum players as 'one of the cars that you missed the most'. It was available only in Megapack and UCP. Rumored that the W Motors Lykan Hypersport in Platinum replaces it.
B Engineering Edonis. This car's appearance in video games was only in TDU and its variants (UCP and Platinum) so far, In Megapack and UCP, it can be purchased straight from the dealer, while in TDU Platinum, it can be obtained by converting a Bugatti EB110SS into one.
B Engineering Edonis. This car's appearance in video games was only in TDU and its variants (UCP and Platinum) so far, In Megapack and UCP, it can be purchased straight from the dealer, while in TDU Platinum, it can be obtained by converting a Bugatti EB110SS into one.
The Koenigsegg CCR, the new fastest car in Megapack DLC. It's also another car that was in the Megapack DLC that was never seen again in UCP and Platinum, and I actually want this car to return. The UCP and Platinum one replaces this with the Koenigsegg CCX. This car is actually one of the models you can restore in UCP and Platinum (the car body mesh is still available in the game files of both games), although I wouldn't recommend you restoring that since it could break both games.
The Koenigsegg CCR, the new fastest car in Megapack DLC. It's also another car that was in the Megapack DLC that was never seen again in UCP and Platinum, and I actually want this car to return. The UCP and Platinum one replaces this with the Koenigsegg CCX. This car is actually one of the models you can restore in UCP and Platinum (the car body mesh is still available in the game files of both games), although I wouldn't recommend you restoring that since it could break both games.
The Lamborghini Murcielago Roadster is another car that was in the Megapack DLC that was never seen again in UCP and Platinum, and I actually want this car to return. The UCP and Platinum one replaces this with either the Reventon, or the Murcielago LP670-4 Superveloce. This car is actually one of the models you can restore in UCP and Platinum (the car body mesh is still available in the game files of both games), although I wouldn't recommend you restoring that since it could break both games.
The Lamborghini Murcielago Roadster is another car that was in the Megapack DLC that was never seen again in UCP and Platinum, and I actually want this car to return. The UCP and Platinum one replaces this with either the Reventon, or the Murcielago LP670-4 Superveloce. This car is actually one of the models you can restore in UCP and Platinum (the car body mesh is still available in the game files of both games), although I wouldn't recommend you restoring that since it could break both games.
The McLaren F1 GT was somehow still available in all 3 variants. Megapack, UCP and Platinum. For Megapack and UCP, it's purchasable in the dealer, while in Platinum, you can convert a stock McLaren F1 into one.
The McLaren F1 GT was somehow still available in all 3 variants. Megapack, UCP and Platinum. For Megapack and UCP, it's purchasable in the dealer, while in Platinum, you can convert a stock McLaren F1 into one.
This is one of the cars from the Megapack that still appeared in UCP and Platinum, the Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR Street Version.
This is one of the cars from the Megapack that still appeared in UCP and Platinum, the Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR Street Version.
The Pagani Zonda C12S Roadster was somehow still available in all 3 variants. Megapack, UCP and Platinum. In all variants, they're all purchasable in the dealer. It was also interestingly still available as standard in TDU2.
The Pagani Zonda C12S Roadster was somehow still available in all 3 variants. Megapack, UCP and Platinum. In all variants, they're all purchasable in the dealer. It was also interestingly still available as standard in TDU2.
The only bike in the Megapack, the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-12R. And it's still available in UCP and Platinum!
The only bike in the Megapack, the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-12R. And it's still available in UCP and Platinum!
The Ferrari F40 was somehow still available in all 3 variants. Megapack, UCP and Platinum. In all variants, they're all purchasable in the dealer. It was also interestingly still available in TDU2, albeit in DLC.
The Ferrari F40 was somehow still available in all 3 variants. Megapack, UCP and Platinum. In all variants, they're all purchasable in the dealer. It was also interestingly still available in TDU2, albeit in DLC.
The McLaren F1 LM was somehow still available in all 3 variants. Megapack, UCP and Platinum. In Megapack and UCP, they're all purchasable in the dealer, while in Platinum, it can be obtained by converting a stock McLaren F1 into one.
The McLaren F1 LM was somehow still available in all 3 variants. Megapack, UCP and Platinum. In Megapack and UCP, they're all purchasable in the dealer, while in Platinum, it can be obtained by converting a stock McLaren F1 into one.
The Alfa Romeo Brera was somehow still available in all 3 variants. Megapack, UCP and Platinum. In all variants, they're all purchasable in the dealer. It was also interestingly still available in TDU2, albeit in DLC.
The Alfa Romeo Brera was somehow still available in all 3 variants. Megapack, UCP and Platinum. In all variants, they're all purchasable in the dealer. It was also interestingly still available in TDU2, albeit in DLC.
AI-driven RUF RGT 996
AI-driven RUF RGT 996
The Megapack-specific content. Enjoy! #tdu - Gaming
The Megapack-specific content. Enjoy! #tdu - Gaming
The Megapack-specific content. Enjoy! #tdu - Gaming
The Megapack-specific content. Enjoy! #tdu - Gaming
The Megapack-specific content. Enjoy! #tdu - Gaming
My Viper, and AI-driven CLK GTR
My Viper, and AI-driven CLK GTR
My 1971 Challenger, and AI-driven Noble M400
My 1971 Challenger, and AI-driven Noble M400
AI-driven RUF RK Spyder
AI-driven RUF RK Spyder
The Megapack-specific content. Enjoy! #tdu - Gaming
The Megapack-specific content. Enjoy! #tdu - Gaming
The Megapack-specific content. Enjoy! #tdu - Gaming
No, we're not talking about the DB9 Volante, but the AI who drives a Saleen Mustang
No, we're not talking about the DB9 Volante, but the AI who drives a Saleen Mustang
The Megapack-specific content. Enjoy! #tdu - Gaming
AI-driven VW W12 Roadster
AI-driven VW W12 Roadster
The Megapack-specific content. Enjoy! #tdu - Gaming
The Megapack-specific content. Enjoy! #tdu - Gaming
My 612 Scaglieti, and AI-driven F1 GT
My 612 Scaglieti, and AI-driven F1 GT
My GS450h, and AI-driven LS460 L
My GS450h, and AI-driven LS460 L
The Megapack-specific content. Enjoy! #tdu - Gaming
AI-driven Saturn Sky
AI-driven Saturn Sky

Extra:

This is a super-secret 'Eden Bike' that can actually be obtained in online if you didn't have Megapack. It can be seen if you're racing an opponent with a Kawasaki Ninja ZX-12R online.
This is a super-secret 'Eden Bike' that can actually be obtained in online if you didn't have Megapack. It can be seen if you're racing an opponent with a Kawasaki Ninja ZX-12R online.
The Megapack-specific content. Enjoy! #tdu - Gaming