On the legendarymotorsport page, it says the Massacro has a 6.0 litre V6..... I'm not very familiar with how a V6 sounds, but I know that Astons IRL have a 6.0-litre V12...
Can someone confirm the engine?
"Just look at their "V8" which is an Inline 4"Thank you for saying that because I'm having trouble trying to get through to the heads of whoever is managing the F620 page that the engine modelled under that car is also an inline-4. Also, it shouldn't be long until someone reverts the edit I made to the Massacro article and brings back the non-sensical V8 and "eight manifolds" comment. --HashiriyaR32 (talk) 21:45, June 10, 2015 (UTC)
Theres no way this is a Aston Martin Vanquish! its too boxxy, the front bumper looks like a vanquish, but the head lights, and how edged the car is it looks more like a carbonizzare, and the Coquette. Zombo-tech (talk) 21:55, April 2, 2014 (UTC)
The car's body shape resembles a Ferrari, however, its headlights are based on a mixture of both the Ferrari and Aston Martin. Also, the rear already indicates it is instantly a Dewbauchee since the Massacro has the rear of the Exemplar and Rapid GT. () 04:35, May 15, 2014 (UTC)Smashbro8
Absolutely is an Aston Martin! Definitely the body shape is like the DBS and Vanquish, in fact, it's pretty similar to the SuperGT in body shape. But then again, most Dewbauchee cars have slight touch of Ferrari on their cars (SuperGT with 360 Maranello rear fascia, Rapid GT with Berlinetta details) but they have heavier design on AM.