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Discussion in 'Automation' started by MrAnnoyingDude, Aug 28, 2018.
Not sure if I'll find the right body, but might try.
I'm still much more focused on production cars.
Modern SUV inspired by the Stelvio?
I'm making a 90s Italian executive sedan now. Should I go for an FWD version with a midrange V6, or an AWD Civetta V8-engined sporty one?
FWD V6 sounds good
I think I'm gonna go V8, the more oddball cars seem to be more popular.
Reminds me of that one time Pininfarina designed a sedan that had Ferrari badges.
I'm thinking about possibly doing another car pack later. Any ideas?
Maybe some 80s/90s JDM cars?
Maybe, but they've never moved me that much.
I was also thinking about family cars, middle-class cars and supercars through the years.
Maybe some more 50s/60s cars from any country? (As in using the available brands given and a few fictional brands)
Maybe, but all things considered, I think I'm not gonna do packs. It takes loads of time, with my loosely estimated time on the Italian one around 6-10 hours and counting.
I can accept that, you do you.
Anyways, is it possible for you to do some sort of 70s econobox in the future?
Although the 50s and 60s aren't a bad era - you've got early post-war unibody cars, the 50s cars of the people (500, 2CV, Mini, Trabant, etc.), late 50s US styling excesses, the fall of small luxury makers (Facel-Vega, Gordon-Keeble, Studebaker, etc.), slowly maturing off-roaders (Jeep, Land Rover, GAZ, Land Cruiser), rise of the supercar (Lamborghini, Ferrari) and personal luxury/sports (Spitfire, Capri, Thunderbird, Corvette, etc.), sharply-styled middle-of-the-road sedans (GM B-Body, Rover P6, Datsun 510) and rising muscle cars (SS, R/T, GTO).
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However, I'd be more partial to a 2000s/2010s car pack - we'd have stuff from legacy 50s and 60s designs to high-end twin-turbo luxury cars, from spartan microcars to high-end heavy-duty trucks, from American to Chinese cars, there could be the decline of the traditional midrange fullsize sedan, the compact MPV, ultra-luxury or hypercar boom, the rise of the crossover or retro car, etc.
Working on a car based on 2000s custom twin-turbo Lambos.
Should it have a relatively mild tune, a wilder (and laggier) one, an even wilder one or a balls-to-the-wall one?
I'd say even wilder, in my personal opinion.
Though we're dealing with 1200+ HP, so when it lags, it does kinda hard.
But I'll have to test in Beam.
Also, I'm building a hot hatch based on the Fiat Punto GT Mk1 and VW Golf GTI/VR6 Mk3.
Should I build an NA ~140 HP car, or a turbocharged ~170 HP one?