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Autobello Piccolina

Discussion in 'Official Content' started by gabester, Oct 3, 2018.

  1. Dayz Me Rollin'

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  2. FLyInG 2 YoUr SoUL

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    Well, by "guessing", 2 months ago, a common characteristic in absolutely every car of the time - again, there's not a single european car I can think of with separate position lights, they were either one with the blinkers or incorporated in the main unit, and funnily enough, the solution you adopted is also in contraddiction with regulations in Italy, which is the country of origin of this car!

    If I was merely "guessing", you could have said so long ago, instead of letting speculation run rampant. My first posts on this matter start on page 10 in this thread, early October...
    Yes, but pre-facelift would ideally have no auxiliary lights in the nose at all. For the sake of accuracy, these lights would have replaced the fender-mounted "gem" units. It would have been simpler for you to develop and more realistic, too. In real life, that's what happened with both the Beetle (blinkers were moved to the front bumper) and the 600 (blinkers where moved to the front fascia, just below the headlights), just sayin'...

    It makes little sense to have an expensive solution such as dedicated position lights in early models being then superseded by cheaper and much simpler integrated unit for both functions. Would it be possible to have a single light layout for early models instead?
     
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  3. Jaime Palmer

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    Just I want to congratulate the great team of BeamNG.drive, the trailers of Italy and the Piccolina are great!, I don't follow much the forums and just being reading this one for a while and apart of programing skills, men you got a hole a lot of patience!

    Have a nice Christmas to all the team and please enjoy a deserved rest!, we CAN enjoy the Piccolina with blinkers even in the f***ing roof !
     
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  4. TheMultiTuber™

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  5. Brickturn

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    How can it be a video comparison when its the same video...
     
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  6. fufsgfen

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    We could of course compare words compression and comparison.
     
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  7. Falkrum

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    You want to say there was a regulations in Italy not to have separate position light?
    And what about gems regulations, if we will use position lights as blinkers instead of gems it will be accurate?
     
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  8. FLyInG 2 YoUr SoUL

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    No, but regulations in most countries pushed manufacturers toward integrated units: white front blinkers were still allowed (in Italy, they were mandatory) so that a single unit working both as direction and parking light could be used. Pretty much every small/medium-sized car of the time went for this cheaper solution.
    This would be ideal:



    - Early models with fender-mounted "gems" only, working as blinkers and position lights.
    - Late models with auxiliary lights in the front fascia where they are now, working as blinkers and position lights.

    See how the Beetle also underwent a similar process of evolution...


    ... except blinkers (amber) were moved from fenders to bumper in this case, and position lights merged with the main headlight units, as mandated by german regulations.

    German regulations were later extended to all Europe and that's pretty much what we still have today.
     
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  9. TheMultiTuber™

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  10. Jota3214™

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    Until now, you're just screenshotting the photos that are already on the video and then you spam them in here.

    BTW, until now this looks interesting, but honestly, I'm not too hyped for it. So well, I won't join the hype train, choo choo, the Hype Train is marching all over the world, without me. :)
     
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  11. Tommy1995

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    Chaps, calm a bit down. It's just a game and is made to enjoy, plus, there are always mods which could fix such things :)
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    do you really need to post random pictures from the trailer video?
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    do you really need to post random pictures from the trailer video?
    sounds are WIP afaik
     
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  12. EozCompanyCZ

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    Low price of petrol in 50-70s Europe?! you must be joking! There were many reason why Europe had and still has got small cars, And one of them is the price of fuel. Fuel wasn't and isn't cheap especially not in Italy.
     
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  13. SHOme1289

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    ive never people carry on about something this much in my whole life lol
     
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  14. BeamNG.Lover2002

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    The dashboard seems a bit plain

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  15. EozCompanyCZ

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  16. The Amazing Whale Shark

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    Most of the 50's car dashboards are "simple".
    So what? At least they're simulating the based car things.
     
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  18. vmlinuz

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    Fair point. Still, the mileage is probably excellent anyway.
     
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  19. Driv3r1142

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    I guess you haven't watched anything on U.S. news networks or a political debate.


    Plain is how I like it though :(


    Plain and simple, looks like I'm going to finally have a new favorite official car next to the Pigeon :D
     
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