Automation Cars you're preparing to port to BeamNG

Discussion in 'Automation' started by Xelerate, Jun 16, 2018.

  1. Alewyx

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  2. Marcus_gt500

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    1988 Enula Mocca: A sporty and confortable kei car. Who knew something like this could exist?

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  3. RORCAT

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    1980 Wheelson VR-P

    90hp 2107cc I4
    It's Wheelson Automotive's answer to the VW Vanagon.

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  4. Marcus_gt500

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    I want to give another tip. Most coutries have tax limitations on engine capacity. So when building your engine, try to not be exact on the cc. If it's a 2,0 liters, go 1999cc, 1,599 for a 1,6 and so on. There's a huge market for "1 Liter" economy cars around here, and most of them are in fact 999cc.

    And I've remade the Imperator. In fact, that's the artist name of an brazilian ... actress.

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  5. Alewyx

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    that car looks REALLY nice..
     
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    1959 Regular Motors Winga Dinga Special. The ultimate in Rock and Roll transportation.
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    The new Madrid for 2011
     

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  8. CrashyJames

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    In 2001, Kumisa released the EcoSport, which gained lots of sales in the past year. Tollera wanted to make a rival to the EcoSport, so they made the Tollera Calero. It has gotten a slight better amount of sales but the EcoSport always managed to thrive.
     

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    not sure what it is, but i kind of like it! (especially the rear)

    by the way, anyone know of a good body to use to make a Volkswagen Thing?
     
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    2006-present Soliad/Bruckrell Duck (2006-2011 Pre-facelift):
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    2006-present Soliad/Bruckrell Duck (2011-present Facelift):

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    Had a go with the '75 van body.

    Idea behind it was to be a comfortable and relaxing long distance cruiser, whilst being affordable, reliable and economical.
    It supposedly has a bit of a retro look, being a late 60s influenced 80s design.

    I actually really like it, being a 1983 or so model, having a simple 3 liter V6 that seems to be suprisingly decent for being a carburated NA engine.
    As usual it is galvanised and has corrosion resistant steel, I just hate rust so much.

    Seating 8 poeple in relative luxury and managing 15l/100km fuel economy and 0-100 km/h in 9 seconds sounds great to me.
    With material cost of 8541 it seems easily affordable enough. Reliability is a tad low at 64.7.
     

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    Introducing, The all new, 2019 Wheelson Starfighter 1

    4.5L V16 with 369.5 HP, 6 speed manual, pushrod suspension, front and rear. Weight: 3205 Lbs.
    I like the looks of this one better than any other car I've made in automation.

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    I don't have Automation yet, but I will reserve these following marque/car names:

    Marque/Brand Names:
    Concord
    Blizea
    Malibu
    Norman
    Welkman
    Landcaster
    Forester
    Deep
    AMD (American Motor Division)
    Tornado
    TSD (Tornado Sports Division)
    Faylend
    Bahn
    Lawson
    Oakman
    BelVille
    GM (Generic Motors)


    Car Names:
    Baird
    710
    Boston
    Sicilian
    Pamelo
    Ville
    Clark
    Mk. I
    III
    J
    Iowa
    DeLone
    Jumper
    Cameo
    Accepter
    Landbite
    MP220
    SV6

    Brand names are open for use.
     
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    Made something modern for a change. Atleast as modern as a 2005 model could be:D

    It is a luxury sedan with a 5.2 liter naturally aspirated V12. Has a very nice interior, is limited production and goes up to 300 km/h.
    With a material cost of 26 000 and being limited production it would probably cost three times as much to actually buy. But 75 000 dollars does not seem too much to me. It is even fairly economical. 14 l/km isn't really that bad, specially for a huge V12 petrol engine moving a nearly 2 tonne car.

    I seem to be unable to get good reliability any more, probably due to having so much high end parts, my most reliable cars were always using simple technology and not that much equipment.

    It seems that making a car in Automation takes at least 45 minutes for me, but also never more than 2 hours. After 2 hours, I simply can not figure out what to change or add, and coming back to an older design is too difficult for me. Also the taillights lost color in "scene mode". I was inspired to make this car by Acrain7, with his tip to making own headlights:D And I do plan to port my posted vehicles(and many more) to BeamNG, so it is on topic:D
     

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    Introducing...
    The Japaneric Geco V6 GVA

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    it looks like a 1990s concept from pontiac, and i don't know why :p
     
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    2007 ETK DTM Touring Car
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    And the V8 powering it, this is probably my favorite engine I've created so far.
     
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  17. CrashyJames

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    That honestly looks like the Yurnis Yorkville TBH.
     
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    I don't have any builds yet, but when I get the new version of Automation and BeamNG I plan on using the following marques for my builds:
    Obiron Performance Motors
    A Petz Landian/Crystal Landian supercar manufacturer (Petz Land is a fictional American country in Oceania made up for my Petz 5 movie series on YouTube, Crystal Land is another fictional American/Oceanic country made for an upcoming fantasy series based on the same thing) known for its high performance supercars and sports cars
    Kansuki Motor Company
    A Japanese automaker known for its economy cars, family sedans and light sports cars and minivans
    Ledanti Auto Corporation
    An American automaker with ties to Petz Land and Crystal Land, known for its family sedans, muscle cars and pickup trucks and SUVs
    Berozi Compagnia Automobilistica
    An Italian manufacturer specializing in performance vehicles and supercars
     
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    Introducing the 2003-2015 Avanta X-Trac (Face lift variants not shown). Avanta saw that plenty of other manufacturers were jumping on the small, light-duty truck train and they decided to join in mid-ride. The X-Trac was made to compete with the 1997-2014 Nissan Frontier, 1998-2012 Ford Ranger/Mazda B-Series, and 1995-2015 Toyota Tacoma. The X-Trac's base engine is a V6. The one thing that makes this truck stand out from the rest is that it also comes with a V8 (version shown below). The X-Trac also came with 2WD, 4X4, and AWD. Due to it having 4X4, only 500 AWD variants were made because more people bought the 4X4 than the AWD.
     
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  20. Alewyx

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    ouch, i made this car like a week ago, never posted it. We had almost the same idea xD
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    its not finished tho
     
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