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Discussion in 'Official Content' started by gabester, Jan 28, 2013.
low and good
Here's what I think would be non stock variations that would come at release.
Raggare (why not)
A beater would be cool. If there’s not a stock one, I bet someone will make one.
Here's a thought, some popular vehicles were at one point trim level names ( For example: Malibu, Impala, and Crown Vic ) and have evolved into completely separate cars. it would be cool if the devs would include " Grand Marshall " as a Trim level.
Some wild-ass speculation: models may include the Gavril Bluebuck as the mid-range model, the Grand Marshal as an entry-luxury trim level like the Caprice, and a new Burnside at the very top of the line. As for the base model - analogous to the Biscayne - I have no idea what that would be called. Maybe the concept vehicles list can offer some insight?
Also, as it is known that it will have more content than the Autobello, it will likely feature several facelifts, some potentially quite radical. Options may include bucket seats and additional chrome, while aftermarket mods may include a low-rider and/or a donk.
I do expect to see a version with hydraulics. And also maybe a luxe variant, based on the fact that we have seen luxe versions in both the Grand Marshal and the LeGran.
Hydraulics (hydropneumatic), or air-ride? air suspension would be period/lore correct. Hydropneumatic was available in that period but was not included in a US produced vehicle. a french vehicle based on Citroen would be more appropriate for hydropnuematic, as that was really the only company to mass produce factory hydraulic suspension at the time.
As in low rider hydraulics? The video posted to twitter essentially confirmed that.
As for the Luxe version, having at least one high end version called the Grand Marshall would be a nice nod to Chevy's nomenclature, including that of the Impala which heavily inspires the Bubu
Hydropneumatic would make sense as one of the 'custom' models, in the same vein as the street tuned cars. I sort of hope its not meant to be a "factory option" but I would be content despite.
I do agree with you, because low riders are pretty much always tuned and modified on the aftermarket and not original.
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OT: The Bluebuck will be out when It's is ready™.
New Bluebuck video out poggers.
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I like it, and I love the fact that there is a coupe version, but the grille should be a lot bigger - just look at real-life low-priced three's 1963 cars:
bad bubu lmao
I just hope that the lowrider has ACTUAL wire wheels instead of those fugly LeGran meshed alloys.
I was actually about to post the exact same thing, but wasn’t sure if it was worth remaking the grand Piccolina war of ‘18 (‘19? How does time work, again?) - but that’s neither here nor there; either way I still feel like the grill and maybe even the headlights too are just a bit too small, making the whole thing seem less confident and more small-minded, if you catch my drift. Any who if the devs love their design (which, aside from that front bit i TOTALLY love too!), and feel that this is the way that they want the car to look, then I’m sure someone will mod-up a new one within the week! -maybe make it taller so that it spans from the bottom chrome outline to the top one?- (If I were the devs I’d make the whole space behind the headlights, which is currently Grayish chrome, into grill, that way the chrome surround around the grill will look more at home and make the whole front fascia look more complete. (And maybe make the vertical and horizontal lines in the grill closer together while also adding more of them, so that when the grill’s behind the headlights it won’t look so black and cheap, instead looking as chrome-y and imposing as the grills of the 60s’ were.)
I just hope it comes before September hits...
If I were you, I wouldn’t credit myself for the derby variant. It’s on all the other cars of the era, I think we all expected it.