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Discussion in 'Land' started by Re:Z_IA, Jul 17, 2018.
you pronounce it like "okay" minus the "o" at the beginning
Depends really from where you are from, for example, for an american it'd be Kay (because in english a sounds like ê), or for an Latin-American, it'd be pronounced Kei (or Key) because in latin america our e sounds like ê instead of i (or ee, y)
I don't know for sure how it's supposed to be pronounced either, but all the above are used so often that at the very least, I don't think anyone will call you out on using one over the other
I first found out about them from Gran Turismo, and the race series in that was just called K-somethingsomething, so I'm closer to the 'kay' way of saying it usually
woohoo a fellow gran turismo player
Lightweight K Cup, iirc, nice to see another GT player
if you play gran turismo say i play gran turismo
i play gran turismo
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oh yeah and say which one
i play 2, 3, and 4
That's a bit off topic for this thread
but while i'm at it I do play GT4, 5, 6 and Sport and currently trying to make my Ps2 run the 3.
I'm so glad the we can have a k-car in beamng
you mean kei car
the legran is a k-car and this is is a kei car
there's a difference
Really cool! Maybe a Bosozoku style variant? Like this:
The joke is that cars246 said k-car instead of kei car. K-car is a nickname for any car built on the Chrysler k platform, the Chrysler lebaron is one of which
I was thinking more of a Dodge Aries K or Dodge Spirit. lol
The LeGran is based off the GM N-body i.e Grand Am, Skylark, Somerset, and the Cutlass Calais. PLUS it goes with the N-body because of its engine choices and design cues from Buick and Olds. Sorry if this is a bit off-topic.
But anyways... its nice to see a Kei-car in BeamNG.
The first generation N-bodies were compact cars. The LeGran is a mid-size. If it had to be compared to a GM platform (and remember, it's not a direct copy of any real-life car), it would be the mid-size A-body (Celebrity, 6000, Century, Cutlass Ciera).