Outdated Scarperi 442 London 2.0

Front Engine, great Weight

  1. Scarperi Autos
    V8 4204cc
    451HP
    0-100Km/h in 3,7s
    Top Speed 300Km/h
    6 Manual Gearbox
    1395Kg

    The Scarperi London gives incredible performance and luxury. This car is very easy to control but it will get an update soon.

    Images

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Recent Updates

  1. Less TC and better in turns.

Recent Reviews

  1. Geoda Motors
    Geoda Motors
    3/5,
    Version: 2.0
    Boring look, but good performance and lite weight
    1. Scarperi Autos
      Author's Response
      The next wil be more powerful with a better look
  2. 8lastMeOff
    8lastMeOff
    3/5,
    Version: 2.0
    You need to spend more effort on your cars. I will be detailed:

    On the exterior side of the car, it looks awfully empty and blank, please add more fixtures to make it look nicer. Also, I don't know if you noticed it, but the fixtures are way too small to look good on the car. The mirrors are teeny-tiny, I can barely see them, and the lights/grill are also a bit small (try to increase their size and realign them and they'll look great.

    The mechanical side of the car doesn't make much sense either. It is strange for a luxurious sportscar to have drum brakes (which are usually used for trucks, vans, etc.), and it is even stranger for one to have a manual transmission. Looking at the performance stats, I think that your car should be somewhat close to a Porsche 911/Jaguar F-Type Coupe, and both of these use auto transmissions, not to mention your transmission being a 6-speed.

    The handling though, is awesome! I really liked it.

    So keep it up and this car will become better.
  3. TheCrySick
    TheCrySick
    4/5,
    Version: 2.0
    Hi, it’s only the second car you post here, so I’m not going to give you a bad grade, but I perfectly understand why you’ve got only 3 stars on your two cars.

    You need to put way more work on them. Esthetically talking, your car is too basics, you need to use way more fixtures, and place them with the correct dimensions (unlike your mirrors, they are too small). For your next car, try to take a picture of a real car that you like, and use it as an inspiration for your fictional car, and try to add as much detail as you see on the real car. Those details can be fixtures, but also some body morphing or wheel alignment! On your pictures, we can see a big gape between your rear wheels and your rear body panels, use the ‘’Rim Offset’’ parameter in automation to fix this ugly mistake ;)

    https://www.beamng.com/resources/emg-s560-2020.10411/
    As an example, you can find here the creation I am the proudest of. I have used pictures of many cars like the dodge viper, some BMW, the latest Peugeot 508 and so on.

    For the handling part, it’s actually not so bad, and this why I take the time to give you such a long review. It’s a fun to drive AWD car with a gamepad. The suspensions are quite good, but your car need to have wider wheels and tires, maybe twice the current width. But the main point is: Why the hell did you use drum brakes instead of disc brakes on a modern sport car? XD They lower the brake capability of your car, and they tend to quickly fade.

    I think I have said all that I wanted, so for your next cars, try to put more work on them, and then release them when you are sure it’s a nice and clean build. Good luck! :)
    1. Scarperi Autos
      Author's Response
      Thank you, i will
  4. ToyotaCelica2000gt
    ToyotaCelica2000gt
    3/5,
    Version: 2.0
    its bland
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