Convertible and four-door
Or maybe the convertible name, is possibly, Drop Diamond and the 4door is Super Diamond but this is only my guess...--Blaff 60 19:40, October 22, 2009 (UTC)
It'd be really dumb if they shared the same name since they don't even have similar chassis.--Thescarydude 19:53, October 22, 2009 (UTC)
Maybe....--Blaff 60 19:57, October 22, 2009 (UTC)
But maybe the Drop Diamond was changed to two door to 4door.--Blaff 60 19:58, October 22, 2009 (UTC)
Maybe I was wrong, the angles of the pictures screwed me up, maybe they have similar chassis.--Thescarydude 21:32, October 22, 2009 (UTC)
Does anybody know where to find this car? --Master-newport 10:59, November 22, 2009 (UTC)
We all know that the Super Diamond bears no badges but i have heard that it is made by Enus during a police chase. I could be wrong, as it was hard to hear with the sirens going off and such. Any thoughts? --Hehe5 03:34, November 29, 2009 (UTC)
uhmm... there is only a Super Drop Diamond with softtop not hardtop so. can you find it easier with softtop too?
It's not based on a Rolls royce phantom. It's based on a Rolls Royce Sapphire.. even the name tells u that ;P u know sapphire.. diamond :D the phantom is thicker
Max speed and accelleration
Quality of performance info & Mike Cui
Technical information is required if this article is to have a high level of quality. Also saying "RWD layout" is technically incorrect because RWD is not a drivetrain layout.
Following this, Gran Turismo WATCH_DOGS, Need for Speed games, etc. are also video games and no matter what form they take, the fact of the matter is that each vehicle has an engine position and a drivetrain configuration that should be referenced in order to produce a detailed article.
Finally, the objective of the wiki is to inform and educate the public in a correct manner, if they do not know what FR is then they can easily learn it.
Sorry bout that. I will start editing pages like you do, putting the technical drivetrain layout info on all car pages, but however, I'd just like you to do so. Putting the fact where the engine is located is actually good! I'm just really sorry. Mike Cui (talk) 19:18, October 27, 2012 (UTC)