How about a 959 that is a close rival of F50 and Countach? Or a 914 that might fit into their existing Escort or GTA historic touring class that both has no other models to race with? Or a 908 that will go well with the Ford GT and cancelled 330 Tipo? How about a Carrera GT, the car that killed Paul Walker and ex-Group B drivers dont even dare to touch? What about a 911(997) chassis GT3 or GT2? Thats 5 Porsches that will fit in just right with their existing content than another one on the long list of single car classes. Heck, even till now, there isn't even a sign of a Lotus Espirit in the game when the game has almost a dozen of Evoras. That pretty much show how awful is Kunos in licensing. Also, how you would explain that AC only has 2 Fords, 2 Chervolets, 3 Mercedes Benz, 3 Nissans or 10 Ferraris when these licensed manufacturers could easily provide a dozen more cars? In the meantime, did R3E/AMS/rF2 has the wealth of resource as AC in terms of finances and manpower? These studios are clearly much smaller studios. R3E had shown that they know that people want rivals for the car classes which is partly why the R90K is held back when they find it some friends to race with. While Audi 90 GTO started out as a single make, it eventually was expanded into a full class. Also, I do not mind if AC adds in a Moby Dick now then expand their Group 5 with a 512 BB or Ford Capri next year or so. Evidently, they added Ford GT last year then recently claimed it's rival car, 330 Tipo is cancelled despite it was in production with all the references collected. Then, also denied that Ferrari P4 will be in AC which Ford GT will be a single car class with no car on equal performance to it. They just don't care how well the content fit into existing content as they just concentrate on the easy manufacturer when many promised content such as the Ford GT GT3 that R3E has, various Lamborghini models, P4/5 road and hybrid and so on are pushed low priority or cancelled. Knowing that they openly claim Japanese car manufacturers are too hard to work with on a livestream, it is pretty sure that I wont see another Group 5 in the game after the Moby Dick. Then, I remember Jay Ekkel said that Japanese manufacturers are quite easy to work with along with other developers saying the same. It is a shame as I think AC's Group 5s will be a tonne of fun to drive. I don't think it is contradictory to slam AC as it shows that they have no to little planning on how their car list fit together in the game. Their GT1, 60s Le Mans, 60s touring cars, GT4 and so on probably needs more car models to expand the classes which most aren't getting more cars than what is in the game. Instead, expand the SUV class when nobody asked for more. My problem with AC's licensing aspect is, there is absolutely no planning involved or any attempts to produce a more cohesive car list with less single car classes. Try playing GT4, Historic touring or Historic Supercars in AC, those classes are some of the worst match up of cars in the game. Stefano even called the Levante as a joke content when it was releasing then they proceed to add more joke content. I can't say much, another game that I am part had added a rather controversial vehicle which I did not complain at all because they do have content that is suitable for it. Having SUV in the current version of AC is like putting karts into R3E with no kart tracks, it is probably fun to drive karts on Brands Hatch but it would felt so out of place. I don't mind SUVs, as I enjoyed cruising with them or go offroad in The Crew and Forza Horizon 3. No doubt it is manufacturer contractual agreement, the question remains why they signed up for such a contract in the first place when most other games in the market doesn't? I still stay by AC is one of the worst. Any criticism on their forums would result in a ban because they don't like to hear people complaining or even criticising. Heck, even people posting car wishlist got banned because their staff claims car wishlist makes them felt depressed. Or mark issues with the game As Designed without listening to the reasons behind it? Then, a lot of it's fans loves to go around criticising how awful other games are because other games doesn't drive like AC. Kunos staff behaviour too, is also contributing a lot to the toxicity like how Marco mocks Ian Bell from SMS over the Porsche license exclusivity until it stopped recently. I don't believe in content that only the hardcore folks do not want because "hardcore" folks does not want a lot of things from street cars, open wheels to even GT3 these days because they are everywhere. It has less to do with what unique content a game brings in the market, the issue is how the content come together in a package. I argue R3E also offer a driving experience that each car has it's own unique character and feeling, it isn't only AC doing it. While R3E excel in bringing it's content together cohesively which AC failed at it.