Vade Concerto EcoTurbo 1.1

Don't judge a car by its hood.

  1. foxvnop45
    This car is living and driving proof that you shouldn't judge a book by its cover-or a car by its hood. The Vade Concerto EcoTurbo is a very calm, average looking city car. It is nice and narrow to fit through the back alleyways of Belasco City and also very short so that it's easy to parallel park. But under the hood of this car lies a big secret. The 3951cc Twin-Turbocharged flat 6 engine. The engine produces 724 hp in this tiny car. The car handles too well for its own good. You can go around 90 degree corners at 40-50 mph! The engine is paired with a six speed manual and has a top speed of 204. 0-62 mph is 3.7 seconds and the car just keeps going. The car has double wishbone suspension in front and pushrod in back, some of the best racing suspension in the present day. So if you want a city car that packs a punch, the Vade Concerto is for you.

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Recent Updates

  1. Better Brakes

Recent Reviews

  1. Not Batman
    Not Batman
    Version: 1.0
    So close to a five-star. Love the concept and the performance, but it has a few issues: brakes are constantly failing halfway through a lap of the test circuit (ignore Automation's engineering notes) and sometimes it spawns with spiky graphical glitches near the rear windows.
    1. foxvnop45
      Author's Response
      I've never had the spawn issues, but I'll work on the brakes. That seems to be a problem with lots of my automation cars in BeamNG. The brakes won't work as well as they should.
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