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2004 Acura HSC Concept 'Rossolini Tempesta'

2004 Acura HSC 'Rossolini Tempesta' in Burnout Paradise (Burnout Paradise Remastered), Racing, 2008

Class: Cars, Proto / Concept — Origin: JP

Playable Vehicle Unlockable Vehicle Playable and unlockable vehicle

How to obtain it : Get the A Class License

2004 Acura HSC Concept 'Rossolini Tempesta'

Picture provided by : Star Wars Fanatic

Comments about this vehicle

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Star Wars Fanatic EN (487)

2009-05-09 23:49

Road Wars Fanatic IE (3)

2009-05-12 20:10

That Looks like a Porsche Badge on the front
upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/5/55/Porsche_logo.png

108092 FR (1)

2010-12-03 20:56

i :love: the car in the game !

carcrasher88 US (20)

2011-04-06 02:07

In all honesty, this car looks nothing like a Koenigsegg. It looks like a 70% Ferrari 360, 30% Porsche Carrera GT mix.

stryder237 EN (3)

2011-04-26 21:24

Mix of differant cars, but not a Koenigsegg. Pink version is the best :lol:

Antonio00 PL (0)

2013-02-03 11:04

Ferrari 360 Modena with Lamborghini Diablo end.

Speedevil BE (181)

2013-10-27 00:47

Made for game I would say.

Attacker1997 BR (109)

2014-07-06 21:33

Koenigsegg?

burn rubber US (346)

2014-07-31 05:22

Acura hsc concept. I always thought it was this.

burn rubber US (346)

2014-12-13 18:25

I stand by my statement about it being an HSC

Burn Rubber US (346)

2015-05-09 22:45

HSC== gran-turismo.wikia.com/wiki/Acura_HSC_Concept_'04
Tempesta== Above

Burn Rubber US (346)

2015-05-26 04:06

Ok I'm getting annoyed.

It's obvious.

THIS is a CCX. igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=32055

This is a HSC. igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=39522

Now which is closer?

Here's some similarities.

Entire Shape.
Headlights.
Rear Shape.
Taillights.

So.
Year= 2004
Full Name= Acura HSC. (Concept in extra info)
Class== Proto/Concept.

Just look! It's so close it's uncanny! (Sorry I'm being a little angry but, Come on!)

GeoZR177 US (26)

2015-05-27 02:46

Definately not a CCX
overall body shape is much closer to a Gallardo or a Murcielago
the front seems to be CCX or HSC influenced

Burn Rubber US (346)

2015-05-27 03:32

GeoZR177 wrote Definately not a CCX
overall body shape is much closer to a Gallardo or a Murcielago
the front seems to be CCX or HSC influenced

THANK YOU! Someone agrees with me!

Burn Rubber US (346)

2015-08-04 01:17

With this new Edit feature (Yet another great feature added today) I finally put this to rest. It's now proudly an HSC. I actually got on Paridise and drove it (dont know why)

Silnev AU (55)

2016-05-16 02:02

I disagree Burn Rubber. To me the Tempesta looks more like a Noble M600. cdn2.evo.co.uk/sites/evo/files/styles/gallery_adv/public/images/dir_659/car_photo_329569.jpg?itok=ELRYP-Gt

Burn Rubber US (346)

2016-05-16 02:12

Noble's first production: 2010.

Game release: 2008.

It physically can't be a Noble. Not to mention the locks are wrong.

GeoZR177 US (26)

2016-05-16 02:22

Burn Rubber wrote Noble's first production: 2010.

Game release: 2008.

It physically can't be a Noble. Not to mention the locks are wrong.

Actually Noble first started producing cars in 1999.

Desscythe17 TK (3)

2016-05-16 02:29

GeoZR177 wrote
Actually Noble first started producing cars in 1999.


Burn Rubber wrote
Noble *M600's first production: 2010


-- Last edit: 2016-05-16 02:29:50

Burn Rubber US (346)

2016-05-16 02:48

Thanks for that Desscythe. :P

Razor440 KP (3)

2016-05-16 23:22

Uhh...what about the Noble M14? The M15?



Burn Rubber US (346)

2016-05-16 23:28

I still say HSC. If you look it shares several features. Mainly the body shape.

speedfreak975 LB (404)

2016-05-17 01:16

Hmm the noble can actually be a good fit, HSC is kinda shorter than the tempesta
Edit : on second thought it's a mixture of m14 and m15 (dominant)

-- Last edit: 2016-05-17 01:19:05

Burn Rubber US (346)

2016-05-17 02:04

I just don't see it...

speedfreak975 LB (404)

2016-05-17 16:53

Burn Rubber wrote I just don't see it...

Seriously those two are older versions of m600 and the tempesta shares a lot with it kinda

Burn Rubber US (346)

2016-05-17 18:33

speedfreak975 wrote
Seriously those two are older versions of m600 and the tempesta shares a lot with it KINDA

Highlighted that for ya. :P

If you haven't learned, Its next to impossible to change my mind without exact proof. So... I'm still saying HSC. It looks more like one than a Noble anyway.

-- Last edit: 2016-05-17 18:34:06

speedfreak975 LB (404)

2016-05-17 19:12

Burn Rubber wrote
Highlighted that for ya. :P

If you haven't learned, Its next to impossible to change my mind without exact proof. So... I'm still saying HSC. It looks more like one than a Noble anyway.

Meh the HSC isn't exactly the right dimesions nor looks, however I the noble is a different story . so that kinda you highlighted is like a 70% and the HSC is like 60% , everything in unlicensed cars is a kinda. You should know that by now. Look at the sides and cabin for proof the HSC is kinda unique in the design ( the windows and such) This shares more with a noble

-- Last edit: 2016-05-17 19:14:30

Burn Rubber US (346)

2016-05-17 22:03

speedfreak975 wrote
Meh the HSC isn't exactly the right dimesions nor looks, look at the sides and cabin for proof the HSC is kinda unique in the design ( the windows and such) This shares more with a noble

All of that right there is wrong. Sides and cabin match up closer than a Noble, and the dimensions may be off, but like you said, it can't be exact. Noble is not a closer match than HSC. Its as easy as that. Noble is too boxy and squared off.

speedfreak975 LB (404)

2016-05-18 01:29

Burn Rubber wrote
All of that right there is wrong. Sides and cabin match up closer than a Noble, and the dimensions may be off, but like you said, it can't be exact. Noble is not a closer match than HSC. Its as easy as that. Noble is too boxy and squared off.

The HSC is also boxy, the rear of HSC is nothing like the tempesta from the bumper to the whole rear window to the weird taillights.
oldconceptcars.com/1930-2004/honda-hsc-concept-2003/ (Focus on the rear area and side area and it's way shorter and not even same width)
They are nothing alike (areas I mentioned, anyways...dunno m600 is best but that thing didn't exist when this was out....m14 is a squarish m600. But i dunno any third opinion

Burn Rubber US (346)

2016-05-18 01:35

speedfreak975 wrote
The HSC is also boxy, the rear of HSC is nothing like the tempesta from the bumper to the whole rear window to the weird taillights.
oldconceptcars.com/1930-2004/honda-hsc-concept-2003/ (Focus on the rear area and side area and it's way shorter and not even same width)
They are nothing alike (areas I mentioned, anyways...dunno m600 is best but that thing didn't exist when this was out....m14 is a squarish m600. But i dunno any third opinion

This is getting old and repetitve. Nobody else is chiming in so it should just stay the way it is.

In fact I'm not going to respond to this anymore. Unless of course the stubborn Admins do another useless name change.

-- Last edit: 2016-05-18 01:40:15

speedfreak975 LB (404)

2016-05-18 01:40

Burn Rubber wrote
This is getting old and repetitve. Nobody else is chiming in so it should just stay the way it is.

Did u even bother to compare rear ends. That rear glass in enough proof, and it's been like that for a while because no one thought of noble because almost no one thinks of them, it's like they don't exist..,.sadly. I'm not convinced with this staying a HSC but whatever :/

burnoutgt24 CA (12)

2016-10-03 17:13

to me it looks like a modernize version of the ferrari 360

carcrazedalex586 (5)

2016-10-09 08:41

Small resemblance to the ASL Garaiya.

Renz203 PH (12)

2016-10-09 09:12

carcrazedalex586 wrote Small resemblance to the ASL Garaiya.

It does look like a Garaiya, But I'm gonna say it's an ASL.

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