1988 Otnas Kucing Esprit W4 - Turbocharged Hooligan 2.4

Turbo Hatch with Supercar Capabilities

  1. Anueis
    Otnas Kucing Esprit W4


    The Otnas Kucing Esprit W4 is the sport trim of the second generation Otnas Kucing. It features an Inline 4 turbocharged engine that is able to push the car to either 280km/h or 328km/h depending on the trim

    TECHNICAL SPECS!
    Chassis

    The Kucing Esprit W4 features the same chassis as the second generation Otnas Kucing, featuring a set of double-wishbone front and rear suspension that is derived from F1 technology of its day. This improves its handling capability! It also has aluminium panels at some point that reduces its weight a lot. The Kucing Esprit W4 with its posh interior and AWD system only weighs at 1333kg which is very light! The car is also equipped with adaptive dampers that is able to change its hardness as you change its drive modes!

    Engine

    The engine of the Kucing Esprit W4 is a tuned version of the 'Purring Cat - II' engine, so called 'Angry Cat - II'. It's a 2.0 litre Inline 4 engine with 16 valves, DOHC, and a turbocharger which allows it to produce 317hp and 427Nm of torque, mated with a 5-speed manual transmission with limited-slip differential for Ver. 1

    For Ver.2 model, the car was given torque vectoring that improves its handling capabilities with active centre differential that can have its static power split changed on the run. Four F/R modes are available; 25/75, 45/55, 55/45, 0/100.


    Ver.1 and Ver.2 models can reach 100km/h from 0 in just 4.2 seconds and reach a 295km/h top speed.

    For. Sphinx and Sphinx-RS models, the output was bumped up to 357hp and 472Nm of torque and it's power was channeled by the same 5-speed manual + Torsen limited-slip diff + Quadvector torque vectoring for the Sphinx model but the Sphinx-RS model was given a 6-speed model transmission with Torsen limited-slip differential and torque vectoring.



    Both Sphinx and Sphinx-RS models can reach 100km/h in just 3.8 seconds and reach a 328km/h (limited) top speed.

    The new update includes the Sphinx-RA model that is requested by a friend of mine as a Group A homologation model. It features a 2.35 litre 'Angry Cat-II RA' engine that produces 370hp and 510Nm of torque. This model is able to reach 100km/h in just 3.5 seconds and reach the same 328km/h limited top speed.

    Although there are five trims and the highest output as stock is at 370hp, you can take it to 500hp+ since there are tuning parts included in this mod!


    The mod also includes interior dash camera!

    More pictures!






    THE FOURTH UPDATE ADDS MORE TUNING CHOICES TO THE OTNAS KUCING ESPRIT W4. You can change engine blocks, turbochargers, final drives and differentials, brakes, engine management, and etc. There'll be more tuning parts to come in the next updates too!


    Also try the classic, first generation Otnas Kucing that could do literally anything! https://www.beamng.com/resources/1971-otnas-kucing-the-little-car-that-could.15911/

Recent Reviews

  1. G-Farce
    G-Farce
    5/5,
    Version: 2.3
    I love the addition of the flywheel and engine swaps! Great job.
    1. Anueis
      Author's Response
      Thank you!
  2. roadkiller245
    roadkiller245
    5/5,
    Version: 2.1
    It is cool
    1. Anueis
      Author's Response
      Thank you!
  3. G-Farce
    G-Farce
    5/5,
    Version: 2.1
    Brilliant.
    1. Anueis
      Author's Response
      Thank you!
  4. Taffin Blur
    Taffin Blur
    5/5,
    Version: 2.0
    Amazing, simply amazing.
    1. Anueis
      Author's Response
      Thank you!
  5. abbymatha25
    abbymatha25
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    nice car
    1. Anueis
      Author's Response
      Thank you!
  6. Thomsen
    Thomsen
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Absolutely stunning design.
    1. Anueis
      Author's Response
      Thank you!
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