Anarchy, Mira Sport 1.55

Hybrid-Terrain Sports Sedan With Adaptive Suspension and Working Dashboard

  1. Halcyon80
    The first ever sedan of the company, the Mira is focused on bringing a reasonable, but fun experience.

    It comes with a sleek, simplistic exterior, aswell as an high detailed interior, keeping your eyes comfortable no matter where you look.
    It comes with over 400 horsepower, a 4X4 Select-Drive transmission, and very good gas efficiency, so you're covered no matter what the circumstance!
    And now with adaptive suspension! Polished from the Mako Gt, changing esc modes will also soften/stiffen dampers and sway bars for whatever suits your mood!
    You can find and use these suspensions for yourself from TheCrySick's Mod.

    With special compound tires and raised suspension, it performs very well on both asphalt, gravel, and even on harsher terrain such as mud! No matter what your environment holds, the Mira's got you covered.
    Now, with a new working dashboard (Thanks Endfinity), you can properly enjoy the first person camera! (The Steering wheel still doesn't work, but we'll see about that...)
    And but with a low buying price of $50,000, who can argue?

    Ex Animo

    Detailed Stats:

    Camera: @TheCrySick

    Engine: Axrod-400 (Civilian)

    401 Bhp @ 8,200 Rpm
    289 lb-ft Torque @ 6,200 Rpm
    4.1 litre Naturally Aspirated 90 Degree V8
    Variable-Valve Length Technology
    8,200 Rpm Redline
    4 Geared Advanced Automatic Transmission
    32 Mpg

    204 Mph Top Speed (328 Kph) (It takes forever to get there)
    0-62: 5.6 seconds (RWD mode)
    0-62: 5 seconds (AWD mode)

    4,195 lbs (Unoccupied Weight)
    ~1,000 lbs Downforce (Max Speed)

    Medium-Compound Tires
    Front-Engine Longitudinal
    4X4 Transmission
    50/50 power Split in AWD mode.
    Geared Differential

    Adaptive Suspension and Sway Bars.

    2-Step Launch Control Enabled (Sport mode only)

    62-0: ~120ft


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Recent Reviews

  1. AlexDig
    Version: 1.55
    Hello. I tested your car on different tracks and there's my conclusion about this car:
    It does average on track, but it doesn't do any good in off-road, even if it is trying to be good in both asphalt and off-road. Breaking feels like needs to be better, but it at least isn't that bad, as it seems.
    I understand, why you did only 4 long gears, that's because you wanted it to be fast even on low gearing. That's sad, that you can't set low and high gears as you want to, because on high gears this car feels like it's gearing is too long, but on low gearing it's just fine.
  2. PowerstrokeHD
    Version: 1.5
    wouldnt it be more realistic with a 5 or 6 speed adv auto or dct?
    1. Halcyon80
      Author's Response
      Technically, yes.

      I made this choice purely for the way it would drive, wanting it to be more rugged, and have a smooth power curve.

      But in the end It was for character, besides it was never meant to reach the actual top speed is has now XD
  3. G-Farce
    Version: 1.35
    Very nice! The styling reminds me of a car from burnout revenge!
    1. Halcyon80
      Author's Response
      Thanks! And yeah it kinda does XD
  4. Daaxoo
    Version: 1.0
    Great car! The handling is awesome, on and off road. And I love the styling. Two slight issues though: 1) the fixtures tend to start falling off when going offroad, and 2) the brakes tend to overheat after repeated high-speed braking.

    1. Halcyon80
      Author's Response
      I see I see, at least that's a couple easy things to fix, thanks for letting me know!
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