Welcome to the 1991 Belasco International Motor Show!
Celebrating one of the finest years in BeamNG's car history, this venue is dedicated to showcase one of the biggest lineups in a single year in the game.
Featuring Ibishu, Gavril, ETK, Bruckell and Soliad, each stand displays the current and upcoming cars in most trims, and some historical models as well.
The most important feature is of course, for the Gavril Roamer, the first SUV of the brand...and the game so far! The Phase II D-Series, and the latest ETK I-Series restyling, as well as the current Ibishu 200BX lineup, and the final edition Ibishu Pessima Mk.I and Covet will be there too.
New for the 2.0 version of course, is the addition of both Bruckell and Soliad, showcasing the current 2nd phase for the LeGran and the Wendover respectively.
- 100% Custom build pavilion with light system, and background music
- Custom stands for each brand, with main buildings with furniture and individual information displays for each car shown for sale.
- Every main object in the building is an individual dae file, which means you can move and/or delete anything you want for a custom stand order, or just having a really big empty place to play around.
- 2 'versions':
- The freeroam version features the motorshow with all stands, but NO cars.
- The included scenario, has every single car placed on their spot.Version 1.0 Showcase video by davidinark:
Some/all the license plates in the scenario don't work (they show up as 100% black filled):
Perform as much standard cache cleans as needed until they all show up, it's the only workaround I managed to find.
Sometimes, after loading the scenario, two of the Roamers in the ramp exhibit might roll down crashing into what's in front of their path:
Known bug. Only workaround is to reload (R) the scenario, and normally they will remain in place after just one reloading.
Please note that the scenario will load 75 cars at once, which may have a big impact on performance on your PC, depending on your specs. Best case scenario, it will take up to 5 minutes to fully load for the first time, and driving around will be measured in a single digit FPS figure on high-end PCs. I advise using this scenario just to make pics.