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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
1968? ZiL-131 (Евро-транспорт политбюро (Euro-truck Politburo))
Actually none of them look like a Hopper.
The closest car to the SBR4 is a Porsche, yet it doesnt mean SBR4 and Hirochi are German.
Austria isn't the place for such a thing to come from, as in the circa-WWII era, a time to launch an off-road car due to the army's needs (e.g. Willys Jeep, Land Rover, Dodge Power Wagon, all the GAZ stuff) Austria was not even a thing.
This gargantuan family wagon shares nothing with its army jeep predecessor except the name. Maybe its ingame counterpart doesn't even need such predecessor?
The only car that is related with the Willys MB are the Wrangler, and CJ. Other than that, none of the others share army jeep traits.
It had to start somewhere.
It's like saying that because you aren't like your greatgrandfather, you don't need one to exist.
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They don't, but the evolution jumping-off point is needed.
Why couldn't this manufacturer have started with conventional cars?
Because the Jeep Grand Commander is the evolutionary end of softening an army vehicle.
Grand Santa Fe, Atlas and Q7 are the same, yet they didn't need an army vehicle predecessor.
Here's a MFG car suggestion, that does have inspiration of the cars shown below.
2012-2019 Shiok Lagoon (Volvo V40/Audi A3/Vauxhall Corsa)
It is a...
Singaporean-based compact car sold in Europe, with the UK and other European countries having their own differences in equipment and the exterior designs (although it's not too major), and received a facelift in 2015. The car is mainly based on the Volvo V40 (Not the one related to the S40), but has cues from the front of the Vauxhall Corsa and cues from the rear of the Audi A3, but all of the inspirations are altered to the point of being classified as a MFG car.
More info coming soon...
I love watching Draegast, especially his Besiege series but recently his BeamNG series as well. I've seen many odd vehicles that people have made in Besiege and I'm curious if anyone want's to try and bring some odd vehicles to this amazing game as well. Ones like:
A clothes Iron plane?
Multiple kinds of vacuum cleaners
A street sweeper (If there isn't one already, I actually haven't bought the game yet...)
A toaster roadster?
A shopping cart
Maybe some pinewood derby cars, that'd be funny
Of course these are just my random ideas, if they already exist please feel free to correct me and post a link
A shopping cart already exists for the game: https://www.beamng.com/threads/shopping-cart-trolley.53930/
How about an office/ gaming chair
Yeah, that'd be awesome too!
Why a roomba?
Why not a roomba?
Prop that's a cat inside of a carrier crate (like a pet carrier type of crate, not a box with no air holes).
Complete with growling, hissing, and cat-puke sounds when you really smash it up :x
I can provide a bunch of 1998-quality wave files (sounds), too, I just found a bunch of mine.
1x 30-second cat-fight full of lots of angry kitty cat sounds
1x cat growl + hiss
1x cat yowling as if it was smacked with the mic
1x cat bringing up it's dinner sounds. yup. hear this often, in-fact.
They may be helpful. I didn't make them, in-stead downloaded them & I tried to make them into a music instrument 20 years ago on my Awe64 sound card (and succeeded, much to the dismay of every other person/animal in audible distance/the house). Way back then that was a thing, and I recently found a very very old disc.
Would be very very priceless to have a car, moving truck, or RV with a cat in it, while you drive about and it makes worse and worse sounds the more you mess up. Maybe I can even get "Cat doesn't like being in the car sounds" too from youtube or somewhere.
i would like to see a maybe another hatch back?????
They don't have Jeep's offroad snobbery.
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Either way, a case study for Austrian carmaking is Steyr.
Thanks to the Germans and Soviets, the brand is gone.
I wouldn't see a Singaporean car brand, as the country does not have the car culture or domestic market to support that.
I don't see any offroad snobbery. I only see a big, high, ugly wagon.