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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
What exactly are you high on?
It's a long shot, but maybe he means 'EyeOne' as in 'I Won', seeing as most Ferrari's are pretty quick
The 1957-1961 Bruckell Phantom
With the Burnside Special taking off like wildfire in the early '50s, Bruckell knew that they had to fight to keep their place as America's #1 luxury car brand. As such, at the 1955 Detroit National Auto Expo, they unveiled the Bruckell Autorama, a concept car that showcased what they believed to be the future of luxury cars; A long, swooping roof-line, wraparound front and rear windshields, large tailfins and and aggressive front fascia with revolutionary quad headlamps, angled slightly to give the car an aggressive look, combined with large chrome bumpers and a tooth-like grille. An instant success at the Auto Expo, the design was refined into the Bruckell Phantom, then-new for the 1957 model year. It was available for four years in its first generation, from 1956 to 1960, with the following trim and engine options:
-Base, featuring the most basic trim, paint-matched steel wheels on black rubber. Equipped with a 232 CUI I6 mated to a four-speed manual transmission, the same that would remain in Bruckell production until the mid-80s.
-Super, featuring a modest helping of chrome, paint-matched steel wheels with hubcaps on whitewalls. Equipped with a 355 CUI V8 w/two-barrel carbs mated to a three-speed "PowerDrive" automatic transmission, though one could personally request a four-on-the-floor transmission from certain Bruckell dealerships.
-DeLux, featuring the highest level of chrome trim, paint-matched steel wheels with large hubcaps on whitewalls. Equipped with the same 355 CUI V8 as the Super, but with four-barrel carbs mated to the same "PowerDrive" automatic transmission, again available with four-on-the-floor from certain dealerships.
-National, featuring the same trim level as the DeLux, but with black steel wheels with Bruckell branded hubcaps on whitewalls. Equipped with a low-compression 470 CUI V8 mated to a two-speed "PowerGlide" automatic transmission.
-Presidential, the same as the National, but with bulletproof glass, aircraft-grade armor plating protecting the engine block, gas tank and driveshaft. Also comes with an optional open-top. Built by request for the President of the United States himself, with two similar cars being built as part of the Presidential Motorcade.
-Drag, featuring 15x14 drag slicks on the rear, and 15x4 thin tires on the front, a roll cage and as much extra weight as possible removed. Equipped with a supercharged 470 CUI V8 and a four-speed drag transmission.
-Recluse, a specially built dirt-track car. Equipped with the same 232 I6 as the base model, but with a little something to give it an edge in dirt racing. Everything that isn't necessary has been stripped from the car, including the bumpers, grille, headlights, glass, etc.
Out of curiosity, if there was an official bus, what sort of bus would people like to see? I think a modern bus would be out of place for the game but some obscure mid-century design would be cool (though I would like some more obscure stuff in the game in general).
What are the current canon cars? (Ibishu, Bruckell, Gavril, Bitron, etc).
Ibishu, Bruckell, Gavril, ETK, Burnside, Hirochi, and Civetta.
A triple-axle American highway bus from around 1975-1989, combining features from MCI buses of the period with the classic "stepped roof" design of the GM Buffalo. These things are the largest, longest, heaviest fixed vehicles on North American roads, and the force of impact would be something to behold! Also, there's the rather unique feature of rear-axle steering!
Plus Soliad, even though it's still in-development. Until we hear otherwise, It's canon.
Less canon are Jargl and Charmand. These two automakers (believed to be Swedish and French, respectively) appeared on the notorious "concept list", which was an internal document of proposed (Proposed - not planned, but proposed) official vehicles. At this time, there is no word on whether or not any Jargl or Charmand vehicles will ever make it in-game, but it remains a possibility.
Also Jargl (Volvo, Kalmar), Soliad (Pontiac) and Charmand (Peugeot/Renault).
Charmand's nomenclature seems to be xxxxa, with the first 3 "x"s being engine capacity in cc divided by 10, the 4th "x" being the number of doors, excluding tailgate, and the "a" being the car's European segment. (e.g. 1204B - 1200 cc, 4-door, B-segment).
Jargl's nomenclature seems to be engine type code (eg. DT - Diesel Turbo), then series number, then engine's capacity in litres times 10. (e.g. DT825 - Diesel Turbo, 8-series, 2.5 litres).
I was thinking of JDMs.
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Gabe's got a similar luxury car, the Bruckell Albatross, on the concept list.
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Gavril Standard (1954-1959):
It is a...
...1950s barebones British 2-door saloon with many tuning options, based on the Ford Popular 103E. Built on a ladder frame, with an FR layout, rear longitudinal and front transverse leaf springs, cable-operated disc brakes, paintedmtrim and signal arm indicators. Styling mostly based off the Popular, with a Morris Minor rear and a decontented Austin A30 interior.
1000 - Has a 1.0 sidevalve I4 (26 HP), 3-speed unsynchronized manual, open diff, basic brake pads and 12" unhubcapped steelies with 4.50-12 bias-ply tires on them.
1200 - As above, but with a 31 HP 1.2 motor, 1st gear synchronization and hubcaps.
The Dreadful - A 1200 with a welded diff, stripped interior, no hubcaps nor glass, a painted racing number and big front+rear bullbars.
Custom - Equipped with a 109 HP Gavril 1.6 OHV I4 (Stage 1 carburettor), 4-speed synchronized manual, sport suspension, an LSD, hydraulic brakes with sport pads, 14x5 alloys with 165/75 R14 sport tires, chrome trim and racing stripes.
Hot Rod - Equipped with a 4-bbl Gavril 353 ci V8 (245 HP), 4-speed synchronized manual, front double-wishbone and rear coil spring narrow-tub suspension, an LSD, disc brakes with sport pads, 16x7 alloys with 225/50 R16 sport tires, chrome trim, a flame paintjob and wing mirror dice.
Drag - Equipped with a Stage 4 supercharged Gavril 423 ci V8 (1291 HP), 4-speed drag automatic, drag double wishbone+coil spring suspension, an LSD, drag disc brakes with full-race pads, 15x14 (rear) and 15x4 (front) alloys with drag radials, chrome trim, a wheelie bar, a stripped interior, a racing seat and a rollcage.
Why should it be in the game?
Because I'd love to see a bare-bones car with huge tuning possibilities, and because it's a hot rod icon.
A Ford Excursion (or a gavril variant of it) would be really awesome to see in the game!
Gavril AV3 (1997-2002 (pre-facelift), 2002-2007 (facelift)):
It is a...
...1990s/2000s European city car, based off the Mk1 Ford Ka, but a little bit smaller. Looks mostly like the Ka, but with a Daewoo Matiz (pre-facelift) or Mk1 Chevrolet Spark (post-facelift) rear, and a Fiat Seicento dashboard. Front longitudinal FWD, MacPhersons up front, a torsion beam in the back, disc brakes up front and drums in the back.
1.4 (pre-facelift) - 64 HP 1.4 I4 petrol engine, 5-speed manual, open diff, front-only sway bar, basic brake pads, 13x5 steelies with 155/65 R13 tires and hubcaps, black bumpers.
1.4 Van (pre-facelift) - As above, but with no rear seats, carpeting or windows.
1.2 (post-facelift) - Like the 1.4, but with a 72 HP 1.2 I4 petrol engine, premium brake pads, front and rear sway bars, different hubcaps and painted bumpers.
1.2 Van (post-facelift) - As above, but with the van modifications.
1.4 GDTi (post-facelift) - Like the 1.2, but with a 78 HP 1.4 I4 turbodiesel.
1.4 GDTi Van (post-facelift) - As above, but with the van modifications.
Roadsport (post-facelift) - Has a 1.6 94 HP I4 petrol engine, sport brake pads, sport suspension, limited-slip diff, 15x6 alloys with 185/55 R15 tires, sport bumpers, a rear spoiler and white racing stripes.
Race (post-facelift) - Based on the Roadsport, but with 110 HP, race suspension, full race brake pads, 16x6 alloys with 195/45 R16 slicks, a racing paintjob, a stripped interior, a rollcage and a racing steering wheel.
Rally (post-facelift) - as above, but with rally suspension, 14x6 alloys with 195/65 R14 rally tires and a rally paintjob.
The Underwhelming (pre-facelift) - Based on the 1.4, but with no bumpers, lights, trim nor windows, a welded hood, doors and trunklid, cut fenders, a roof number fin, a stripped interior, a banger H-frame and floorplate and a banger racing paintjob.
Custom (post-facelift) - Equipped with a Stage 1 turbo Gavril 2.0 petrol I4 (221 HP) with nitrous, a 6-speed manual, racing suspension, sport brakes with sport pads, limited-slip diff, 16x7 alloys with 225/45 R16 sport tires, the Roadsport appearance package and a tuner steering wheel.
Drag (pre-facelift) - Equipped with a Stage 4 variable-boost turbo Gavril 2.0 petrol (628 HP) with nitrous, a 5-speed manual, drag suspension, sport brakes with full-race pads, a limited-slip diff, 15x10 (front) and 15x4 (rear) drag rims with drag radials, a stripped interior, a rollcage and a racing steering wheel.
Why should it be in the game?
Because BeamNG doesn't have such a small, light car, because it would be quite fun to toss around, and because it would be a nice input to the race, rally, drag and banger communities of BeamNG.
How about a 80's America/Japanese sports car kind of like this
but with a mix of this it comes with a 2.0 L VG20ICUP V6 Turbo
2.0 L RB20DIK I6 Turbo
3.0 L VG30E3 V6
3.0 L VG30ETK V6 Turbo
3.0 L VG30XDE V6
151 cu in (2.5 L) Soliad I4
173 cu in (2.8 L) "X" V6
191 cu in (3.1 L) "X" V6
231 cu in (3.8 L) Soliad Turbo V6
305 cu in (5.0 L) Gravil V8
350 cu in (5.7 L) Gravil V8
maybe a 928 i like it to see in game
Did you just copy the engine list off Wikipedia?
Koenigsegg Agera -Goanigsek Ekera
No one will make it for you.
Dont suggest Real cars.
A Koenigsegg wouldnt crash well, because Caron Fibre Shatters, not crumples like steel.
Ibishu Apollo (1979-1985)
Standard: "Japanese engine, Australian design and Deustch engineering stuffed in one compact sedan"
1.8 diesel i4 or 1.6 i4, RWD, 5 gear MT, standard interior, standard suspension
Abandoned: "Standing on a parking for 7 years. Looks like a woman went shopping"
1.6 smoking i4, falling off trim, RWD, 5 gear MT (often gets stuck), stolen radio (only cables) and worn seats, broken suspension
Special Edition GT240 "Released to celebrate 10th anniversary after winning the first race in the legendary GT240 race car"
1.6 turbo I4, 5speed sports manual, Sport RWD, sport seats and steeringwheel, custom radio, sports suspension plus some extras as seen
Stanced: "The poor man's VIP car"
1.4 diesel I4, 5speed manual, RWD, luxury interior, folding GPS in place of the radio, stanced bag suspension and some aesthetic extras.
This car was made to fill the gap between the Miramar and the first-gen Pessima. It is based on the Holden Gemini. All images go to their respective owners.