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Discussion in 'Automation' started by MrAnnoyingDude, Aug 28, 2018.

  1. MrAnnoyingDude

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    Not sure if I'll find the right body, but might try.

    I'm still much more focused on production cars.
     
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  2. Fenneko

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    Modern SUV inspired by the Stelvio?
     
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  3. MrAnnoyingDude

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    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?
     
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    FWD V6 sounds good
     
  5. MrAnnoyingDude

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    Why?

    I think I'm gonna go V8, the more oddball cars seem to be more popular.
     
  6. Fenneko

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    Reminds me of that one time Pininfarina designed a sedan that had Ferrari badges.
     
  7. MrAnnoyingDude

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    I'm thinking about possibly doing another car pack later. Any ideas?
     
  8. Fenneko

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    Maybe some 80s/90s JDM cars?
     
  9. MrAnnoyingDude

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    Maybe, but they've never moved me that much.

    I was also thinking about family cars, middle-class cars and supercars through the years.
     
  10. Fenneko

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    Maybe some more 50s/60s cars from any country? (As in using the available brands given and a few fictional brands)
     
  11. MrAnnoyingDude

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    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.
     
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  12. Fenneko

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    I can accept that, you do you.

    Anyways, is it possible for you to do some sort of 70s econobox in the future?
     
  13. MrAnnoyingDude

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    Maybe.

    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.
     
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