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Update Speculation thread

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by crazikyle, Jan 26, 2016.

  1. HeepXJ40

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    looks like the roads are PBR and everything else is still old materials. though i'm sure the ETK driving place has full PBR
     
  2. ManfredE3

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    How so? The fifth gen Mazda 626 and some Toyota Carina's had AWD, both of which are close IRL counterparts.
     
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  3. Keon_

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    Touring cars of that era, especially BTCC, were FWD. The Carina E touring car was FWD, for example. Plus, the 2.7 V6 would probably not be able to fit with an AWD gearbox, since the motor would be too high up.
     
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  4. ktheminecraftfan

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    You just get a 404 warning these days unless he created a new one.

    never mind.

    Yeah nothing out of the ordinary.
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    Oh by the way open the images from Nadeox's gallery in separate tabs and remove the .jpg. will tell you how old the image is.
     
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  5. YellowRusty

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    Well, would you zoom in and take a look at that...
    BeamNGH-seriesFacelift.png

    That's new. I think it's safe to say that the H-series is going to get at least two new grilles in the next update. While the one in today's teaser looked more like a high-end version for the existing fascia, this looks like a true facelift. Note that the hood has changed to match.
     
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  6. ktheminecraftfan

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    One thing that's strange is this.
    BeamNGH-seriesFacelift.png


    Did this come from an earlier dev build which means the fascia was made before the side doors were made? but the interior looks different to the current public build.
     
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  7. YellowRusty

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    I'm guessing that the existing body will remain, but the side door body will be available as an option.
     
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  8. Formula24

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    Tbf there where RWD and AWD cars in BTCC at the time, with Audi and BMW but they obviously were designed as RWD and AWD cars before being turned into race cars. Anyway as we have went over BTCC at the time was limited to 2L motors and there was only one case of a manufacture (Ford/Mazda) taking a V6 and making it small enough for the rules.
     
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  9. Yash_gamin144

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    im sounding like a idiot, but where did you guys find these images? just askin
     
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  10. Blue Bird Gaming

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    Maybe it’s a revised interior to go with the facelift version. That would make the most sense, although the older looking vanbus appears to have it as well so I can’t be sure. (But remember they said that what’s shown in those pictures is not final)
    upload_2021-12-1_0-30-53.jpeg
     
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  11. HadACoolName

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    I would say its a possibility that passenger & cargo versions have dashes.
     
  12. Blue Bird Gaming

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    Could be, although the other van with it is a cargo van.
    upload_2021-12-1_0-39-9.png

    We could say that in the older generation, only passenger vans got the nicer dash and interior but in the newer one, all of them get the same interior. Or that the orange vanbus only has the newer generation’s dashboard because it’s customized, which it likely would be since it has a raised roof and might be slightly lifted too.
     
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    where did you find the picture? just askin
     
  14. dumpling

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    Man so much things, I can't take them all! :)
     
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  15. Blue Bird Gaming

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    I just copied it from this post
     
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  16. ktheminecraftfan

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    Here.
     
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    got rick rolled by a image
     
  20. Blue Bird Gaming

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    That picture is literally just mixed in with the screenshots. Maybe just making fun of how people search for leaked updated photos and beg to be drip fed teasers
     
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