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Mass Effect 2, Crop Shuttle Reference. by Troodon80 Mass Effect 2, Crop Shuttle Reference. by Troodon80
I don't know the real name for this ship, but it is referred to as a "Crop Shuttle" in some files, and just "Shuttle" in others.

Mass Effect 2, and all ships and vehicles therein are BioWare/EA.

You are free to use this reference however you wish. You can also download the full size version for a better quality image.

My full list of references can be found here.
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MissRandomnessity Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2014
anyone know what ship this is ? Its one of the ships you buy as a model in your cabin
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Zathaghil Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2013
That's actually what I'd envisioned the style of salarian ships to be like...
Follows their style... Look at salarian made weapons, flowing bulging forms that make you think of water rather than space really...
Whereas the ingame human ships are way more straightlined and square. Almost turian in style. Makes you wonder who two cultures with blocky, linear styles come up with a sleek, rounded design like the SR1... 
Doesn't look like a mix of turian and alliance, it looks more asari/human  if anything.
So, yeah...

This is what the Normandy'd look like if they'd partnered up with salarians instead of the turians. Well atleast in my mind... ;)
Those engines are what makes ships look like alliance ships. Or rather human ships, since Cerberus use the same template.
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TheBleachDoctor Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Looks like an Asari ship.
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Johnnyboyyy Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2012
Thats actually the model for the old Alliance Geneva class Cruiser. It was replaced by the Alliance Cruisers we see mostly in the series. But Cerberus makes good use of them in the comics. And Cortez comments about them while viewing a decommissioned one cruising by on the Citidel on ME3. That Ship is actually bigger than the SR-2 lol :P
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Troodon80 Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2012
Nice to know :).
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CrashLegacy Featured By Owner May 29, 2012
must have been designed by the same guys responsible for the Normandy.
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Snazz84 Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
The cockpit windows make this thing look massive. Pity we never saw it properly. Thanks for putting this one up (as well as all the others of course), it always fascinates me when people find stuff in the game files that never made it into any levels, or just couldn't be seen properly.
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upshdragoon Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I for the life of me can't remember seeing this vehicle. :?
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Troodon80 Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2012
Heh, I'm not surprised. There's one scene where it comes up in Mass Effect 2 (the intro cinematic for the Stolen Memory DLC (you see it in the background). It may appear in other places, too, but I can't find it referenced in the files anywhere else), but some may recognise it as appearing in the comics.

It also appears in Shepard's cabin as a small model.
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TheBrownCoat Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2012
Gatatog Uvenk arrives in a shuttle like this after you complete the Rite of Passage, as well.
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