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Automation Cars you're preparing to port to BeamNG

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

  1. JBatic

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    It will be interesting to see how hydropneumatic suspension works since there are currently no cars in beam with it
     
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  2. Slammington

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    I'm guessing it'll just be quite smooth, but none of the fancy stuff you get in a real hydropneumatic setup.
    It would be nice to see proper self-levelling and manually adjustable hydropneumatic suspension for automation cars in BeamNG, in the future :)
     
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  3. obeseUFO

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    I don't have automation but I would like to make a 60's touring car
     
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  4. GenexixsCz

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    Ghostie Bontray SS 1955
     

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  5. Dietrick Wiles

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    Here's a few I'm excited to drive (pretty new to Beam so its gonna be a steep learning curve :)) 1989 LMC Nessus, 1965 LMC Maladus GT, and an '88 Maladus
     

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  6. Slammington

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    These look incredible!
     
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  7. workclock1©

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    Here's one of my favorite I've created:

    the WCMC Pelican V8, and Pelican V10.

    first set of pictures set the Pelican V8.

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    The Pelican V8, With a starting price of 25K (in 2010 keep in mind) gives you this:
    395 Horsepower and 348 foot pounds of torque
    the option of paddle shifting or a manual

    a sporty interior, not the most comfy though.


    The Pelican V10 Is an entire new ballgame in performance.
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    This amazing V10 Powered Mid Engine sports car gives you this for 45K:
    497 Horsepower and 512 Foot pounds of torque
    A Sequential gearbox or an manual, whatever your mind desires!
    Again, not the best, but sporty interior
    and does a 0-60 in 5.0 seconds flat!
     
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  8. iplaybeam

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    lol i ment if they function like headlights.
     
  9. silvermanblu

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    I made a knockoff Ford Taurus. It's a fwd v6 that makes 160 horsepower and it weighs 3098 pounds (i'm quite proud of this because the real car weighs 3100 pounds). It should be slow and absolutly boatish in beamng, I can't wait.
     

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  10. Brickturn

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    They will still work, You just have to play with the light materials to get it to work the way you want it to.
     
  11. RobertGracie

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    I have a few in my head, but its been so long since I played Automation I need a week off to formulate the monster I have in my head!
     
  12. BaldurIsCool

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    1985 Napsun - SNX
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    (Yes im quite aware that Napsun sounds alot like Nissan and Nissan didnt make the NSX, Honda did.)

    2018 Devillion - Stinger
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    Keep in mind this is only 2 of 28 cars im gonna import.
     
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  13. Dietrick Wiles

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    A few more cars that would be interesting to drive...1953 Series 6 Restomod, 2020 LA Epoch (dieselpunk), TVR Project 7/12 miniature replica, 1973 LMC Scorpius
     

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  14. HIderi

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    I can tell people are gonna be competing for downloads like in the real car world lol
     
  15. BaldurIsCool

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    haha imagine turf wars for virtual cars and burning down each others computers to kill competition xD
    netflix would probably pick up that show hahaha xD
     
  16. blueshift

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    This will be just one of many cars I plan to try out: The 2020 Urban R9, a street-legal trackday car which makes 908 horsepower. Options include a sunroof, wing delete (pictured below), and fire extinguisher, a useful tool in case of a hillclimb.

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    Technical specs:
    4102 cc twin-turbo DOHC flatplane 90° magnesium V8
    Horsepower: 909 @ 9700 rpm
    Torque: 582 lb-ft @ 7100 rpm
    Redline: 10000 rpm
    Wheelbase: 107.1 in/Length: 180.2 in
    Transmission: 7-speed dual clutch sending power to all 4 wheels (Power dist. 35F/65R)
    Dry weight: 3959 lb (Dist. 44F/56R)
    Top speed: 234 mph
    0-60 mph: 2.4s

    What could possibly go wrong?
     
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  17. HIderi

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    Oh my gosh! how much is that it looks beautiful!
    Why does that remind me of a Zenvo ST1
     
  18. stenyak

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    Hah such a cute TVR, love it! :oops:
     
  19. blueshift

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    $423,100 USD with a 0% profit margin, making it the trackday car of choice for budget racers.

    After taking a second look it does sort of look like an ST1, mainly the angle of the headlights and the rather large grille.
     
  20. HIderi

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    Are you gonna upload this as a mod? I might download it.
     
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