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Discussion in 'Official Content' started by Falkrum, Feb 12, 2020.
The taillights don't look alike but the floating roof does look similar I guess.
Every new car has that now. Every time I see a new car on the road I complain to anyone in the car with me about how useless and lazily executed it always is.
Yeah, it is becoming too common, but at least it doesn't look too bad :/
Well I read The Outsiders a little while back so I always think Cherry Valance when I see the name.
When this comes out, I'm going to try to make a Persona 5 Royal themed itasha skin for it.
On my 2014 Civic, it is configurable. There is a menu with settings navigated by controls on the steering wheel. That's a trend that will probably continue with cars too.
As a BeamNG person myself, I would love to take this off jumps and bash it around with a T-Series and a D-Series.
As you know, the ETK's DRL does not turn off when the engine is turned off.
Inline 5 and it sounds pretty good..I'm in! Not a fan of the front end, mainly the grilles but it'll grow on me.
Keen to see how it crashes with all this new chassis evolutions and stuff with the jbeam, will be fresh.
front end, if this car is stunning ( to me ) but maybe a standed headlight as well
My First impressions: great a new car. Upon seeing it: wow that's an ugly hatch with a cheesy name.
Rims are fitting, reminds me of the i30, but the i30 looks less french snobby and therefore better. Rear is nice however.
Design makes sense overall. Any modern design would be praised right now so why not push the bar?
Mclaren headlight cluster on a hot hatch. Nice. Very futuristic design indeed, fills the niche.
French car's have not looked good
This is BeamNG we're talking about. These are the people who've brought you the "Ibishu Pessima," "Bruckell Moonhawk," "Soliad Wendover," and most infamously, "Autobello Piccolina." Cheesy names are practically their specialty.
There are progressive french cars and there are decent looking french cars. Venturi atlantique, Renault Fuego anyone? The Renault Fuego is perhaps a decent example of a good looking, older french car, for the bodystyle. It's not really trying anything new, if you look at it now.
Are you sure...?
Yes, It will probably use the unused 'I3_2' engine synth. It sounds like any modern french I3 like the one fitted to the Peugeot 208 or Citroen C3.
It'd be awesome if we could combine an electric engine to an ICE, creating a hybrid.
Or, some Egg Basket Challenge, like the Citroën 2CV, instead of these stupid (and a tad offensive) memes...
Probably the "C R R" letters interwined, as in "CHERRIER".
Glad its got the rear door handles on the correct place, and not on the c-pillar, like some cars have and want to look "sporty" even tho its just stupid.
[QUOTE = "Born 2 Drive, poste: 1116941, membre: 363695"] Oui, il utilisera probablement le synthétiseur moteur "I3_2" inutilisé. Cela ressemble à n'importe quel I3 français moderne comme celui équipant les Peugeot 208 ou Citroen C3. [/ QUOTE]
Yes I hope because my Peugeot 2008 1.2L 3 cylinder sounds pretty good, a lot of people tell me
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the rims of the yellow cherrier are almost identical to those of the Renault megane 4 RS they are rather beautiful
I like that name.