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I have finally been reunited with my dear old friend Albert, better known to most as the sedan. I found Albert at the factory north of Solnichniy and I was, to put it mildly, overjoyed. Oh, how I have missed you Albert! My companion and I worked tirelessly finding tyres and all the bits and bobs Albert needs and finally we were rewarded when the engine turned over...okay, I must confess, I'd completely forgotten how to drive and sat there asking 'Why aren't you moving, you horrid bucket of rust and malevolence?' till I remember the concept of gears.
During my little outing, I uncovered a few...hiccups...and I would like to share a few of my observations with you, dear reader.
First Observation - The speedometer and the gear thingy (you know, the numbers at the bottom left of the screen) are fabulous. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Second Observation - I'm something of a veteran of the slightly flighty sedan. Once, you never dared to take it above 2nd gear for fear of spinning wildly out of control. I am delighted to report that the drive was firm and not a hint of a wiggle even at 70+kpm. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Third Observation - Oh dear God, the desync! According to what I saw, I'd past the high school in Zelenogorsk and heading on the road to Pogo. According to what my companion saw, I'd crashed into a lamp post just up from the police station. Goodbye two tyres.
Fourth Observation - It is entirely possible to drive at 70+kpm on two wheels.
TL:DR The cars are back! Or, according to another thread on this esteemed forum, they are in fact camouflaged cows.