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Exodus (formerly Contendiente) - The future is today




I think that the tail looks Alfa inspired on many of the models, but I guess we all see things differently :stuck_out_tongue:


Ooh hell yeah, those exhausts rear vents look hot as hell


Nice car!


That thing reminds me of a Quattro Sport meshed with a Delta S4 or Integrale… in a good way. But what really seals the deal for me is the fact that I’m absolutely sure that the Group B Conquista could be adapted for use in the Dakar Rally or the Pikes Peak hillclimb soon after its namesake category is axed. It wouldn’t look out of place on either event with its crazy aero kit and immense power!


Official statement from the new CEO of Contendiente.

Contendiente has revealed today their plans to crossoverize their whole lineup and axe the Enemigo and Victoria sports models.

“People want practical and fuel saving cars, and there’s nothing better than FWD crossovers for that. We’re also developing our very own CVT that will replace the manual and dual clutch options we’re offering as of 2018; we believe human intervention should be removed from the drivetrain as it may negatively affect fuel economy and allow for reckless driving wrongly known as ‘spirited driving’.”

The Enemigo and Victoria are expected to be axed from production next week, and their names will be reused for their upcoming vehicles, the Enemigo XSport and the Victoria CrossCoupe.

TreadKillers Tuning House

Even though this April Fool’s Day joke is more believable than most, it’s still bizarre and nonsensical - which is the point of such a statement!


Uhh getting the Mitsubishi europe vibes here :joy:
Isn’t even to unrealistic if you look at the brand I called out … kind of sad :zipper_mouth_face:


You might have noticed the main post has changed and there has been a post massacre. Yep, I decided to overhaul Conte the same way I fleshed Vega out. Don’t panic.


RiP Ataque nameplate, 2017-2018


Contendiente Estrato Mk1

Contendiente Estrato Copa (3 Puertas).

Contendiente Estrato Pasión (5 puertas)

Contendiente Estrato Senda (3 puertas).


“DCT available at no additional costs”

Do you want the death of the manuals
Because that’s how you get the death of the manuals


The death of the Manual will only occur when the Manufacturer stop giving customers the choice.



oh my god that is one heckin b e a u t :heart_eyes::heart_eyes::weary::weary:imageimageimageimageimage:sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops::sweat_drops:


Okay, we need a full Automation Gran Turismo menu.
I’ll try to do Photoshops for FAAL :thinking:


I am a huge fan of the Gran Turismo series! :smile:



Immediately stolen for comparative purposes.

Conte has been rebooted more times than Spiderman. This is a soft reboot, ish.

Headlines 23/08/2014: Contendiente is bought out by the Module Corporation.

The Module Corporation, and more precisely, Module Automotive, is known for the UR series of sports cars. Their pedigree is tied to high end sports cars, and not to affordable motoring for the average consumer.

Despite that, Module has decided to go global and more sensible in order for them to keep growing as a conglomerate. A deal signed with Contendiente for $2 billion signed last Friday marks the end of a prolongued era of independence for the Spanish car manufacturer since they went independent in the early 80s and cut ties with Znopresk.

We wonder what this will bring to both Module and Contendiente, which according to Module officials, will receive a facelift as a brand, with future models being rebranded as Exodus models. Will this mean an increase in quality in rather affordable cars or will this mean Module tech will be available in lower end models?