EMG S560 2020 3.0

A road variant of a track beast

  1. TheCrySick
    Hi everyone!

    Here comes the second part of my biggest project: the road variant of the R-One concept.

    A big thanks to Neilogical!



    It uses a less powerful version of the 1.9L inline 6 engine (350hp), it’s heavier (1176kg), it has less wider wheels with sports tires. But it still has good rests of the race car it come from! See by yourself (values for the S560-2 DCT configuration):
    • 0-100kph: 3.2s
    • 80-120kph: 1.9s
    • 1/4mile: 11.35s
    • Side acceleration: 1.22g-1.36g
    • Top speed: 296kph

    Chassis:
    Like for the R-One concept, anything on this car is designed to be as light as possible, except 2 things. This car has a very luxurious interior, and a good security level. Therefore, the S560 is heavier than the R-One concept. It was tuned on mountains roads like ‘’Stairway Mountain’’, ‘’Mount Glorious’’, and ‘’Pike Peaks’’. So, this car is extremely precise and stable in corner. You can use the grip of the car in a corner for a maximum efficiency, but you can also choose to pass this corner in drift. For that, you just have to fully push the throtle in the corner! It also uses light aerodynamics, but nothing too crazy, it’s just here for the stability at high speed. Finally, the car is equiped with a multi-modes ESC (''Road ESC'', ''Sport ESC'', ''Track ESC'' and ''Off'')


    Thermal engine:
    The EMG S560 use the same 1.9L turbo inline 6 engine as the R-One concept, but retuned to produce 350hp. This engine keeps the same two downsides, BUT the torque appears at 2900rpm (4000rpm for the 530hp version), and because the engine is less powerful, the feeling of instant power is less marked. The vanilla sound still really ugly, and this is why this car use a custom sound. More of that, the engine gives you some sweat backfire, and you will hear the blow-off valve acting. ;)

    If you need more power, you can add a supercharger on this engine, pushing it until 440hp!

    Electric engine:

    If you want to protect the environment, you can find as an alternative of the thermal engine a true electric engine based on the standard rear electric engine of the eSBR! This engine produces 320hp, so it is a bit less powerful than the stock thermal engine, but as a true electric engine, the torque curve is absolutely amazing! With this engine, the EMG S560 is a drag strip monster!


    Configurations:

    • S560-2 M: stock thermal engine, RWD 6-speed manual gearbox, stock suspensions, sport tires
    • S560-2 A: stock thermal engine, RWD 7-speed automatic gearbox, stock suspensions, sport tires
    • S560-2 DCT: stock thermal engine, RWD 7-speed DCT gearbox, stock suspensions, sport tires
    • S560-2 M trackday: supercharged thermal engine, RWD 6-speed manual gearbox, race supensions, semi-slick tires
    • S560-4 M: stock thermal engine, AWD 6-speed manual gearbox, stock suspensions, sport tires
    • S560-4 A: stock thermal engine, AWD 7-speed automatic gearbox, stock suspensions, sport tires
    • S560-4 DCT: stock thermal engine, AWD 7-speed DCT gearbox, stock suspensions, sport tires
    • S560-4 DCT trackday: supercharged thermal engine, AWD 7-speed DCT, race supensions, semi-slick tires
    • S560-2 eCVT: electric engine, RWD CVT, stock suspensions, sport tires
    • S560-4 eCVT: electric engine, AWD CVT, stock suspensions, sport tires

    Global specs for the S560-2 DCT configuration:


    Like always, feel free to send me any criticism :)



    My replicas:
    Aston Martin DBS Volante 2009
    Dodge Charger Pursuit AWD 2015
    Ferrari F355 Berlinetta 1995
    Ferrari F355 Challenge 1998
    Ford Falcon XB GT 351c 1973
    Lamborghini Diablo VT 6.0L 2000
    McLaren 650S (collaboration with @G-Farce)



    My biggest project:
    race variant: EMG R-One concept 2020
    road variant: EMG S5 s560 2020

Recent Updates

  1. Global rework
  2. Electric Engine!
  3. jbeam editing

Recent Reviews

  1. G-Farce
    G-Farce
    5/5,
    Version: 2.0
    It's awesome how you actually update your stuff which is pretty perfect in the first place!
    1. TheCrySick
      Author's Response
      Hi, thanks for this new review! :)
      I have to say that I spend a lot of time for this update, because I’ve got to learn and understand how the .jbeam files work. Know that I can do some easy stuff, I am going to work on some other cars like the R-One, the F355 and the Charger, but I’m also working on something way more complicated for the S560. Soon, you will have an alternative engine for this car. It will be a bit less powerful (320hp), but the torque curve will be way better (the kind of torque curve you can only see on one kind of engine), and this new engine will also preserve your hearing ;)
  2. SirBlank
    SirBlank
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    This is amazing! I can't believe how you got the suspension this good, what suspension do you use?
    Also how did you put the files for the backfire? Do you use WinRAR? I had to extract the files and then I could modify the engine with backfire, but I had to then put the car file into vehicles and the sound file into art, so it's like a normal non automation mod.
    1. TheCrySick
      Author's Response
      Hi, first, thanks for your review!
      For the suspensions, this car use pushrods type suspensions with active sports springs, semi-active dampers and passive sway-bars. But the most important thing is: a lot of testing and tuning (a few hours for this built only) ;)
      For the backfire addition: I personally use Peazip, but I think it should work with all kind of unzipping tool
      - Unzip your car in a new folder, be sure to name the folder with the name of your mod
      - Follow this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iE5h_yHryIM
      - Select the ‘’vehicle’’ and the ‘’art’’ and compress them, the .zip should have the name of your folder/mod and act like a standard automation export! :)
      If you want more information, feel free to PM me :)
  3. G-Farce
    G-Farce
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    This is one of those mods that has to be experienced.
    I did not expect to be blown away, but here I am, blown away.
    How did you get that backfire flame on top of the backfire sound?
    The whole package is excellent. You can tell a lot of work went into this.
    Doesn't even feel like an automation car. Miles better quality than many cars on here.

    Rear takes the best parts of a 2013 viper and it looks stunning from the front too. Very well rounded package. Can't believe I'm only driving it now.

    My one gripe with it is it handles a little too realistically. By this I mean the finesse required to drive it is really high. I would personally only make cars handle this "tricky" if they look this good. I can imagine some will complain, but perhaps I need to get used to it, though in future, for your next cars, a touch of understeer can help minimise gamepad frustration. It handles very much on edge and realistic which is what I usually like but it's a double edged sword at the moment here. Maybe I need time to get used to it.
    1. TheCrySick
      Author's Response
      Hi!

      First, thanks for the review! I’m really glad you’ve liked it!

      For the backfire it’s actually quite simple. I’ve found this video and I’ve just followed it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iE5h_yHryIM

      Thanks for all those compliments, I don’t know what to answer!

      I play with a steering wheel, and I have to say that I really like the balance of this car. I’ve also tried it with my keyboard, and I didn’t get any problem to drive it, but I’ve drove it for many hours, so I’m not perfectly objective for this. So you have the point, I going to work on a keyboard/gamepad friendly variant! :)

      I think that I going to increase the rear grip for this new variant, for a better motricity and a less effectiveness front grip.
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