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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
And then it'd look like the next busfag.
It'd look like it came right out of the game, which is the point.
Well, then play Jalopy.
There's no soft-body physics in the game, you crash and the only proof is either you get fined or you get engine damage
1886-1893 Kühn Fahrzeug (Benz Patent-Motorwagen)
It is a...
1880s German production automobile, and the first one of it's kind. It is mostly based off the Benz, although some parts will be altered minorly. It is powered by a one-cylinder engine, the same as the Benz.
Why do we need it?
Because we do not have any early automobiles in-game yet.
Could it be some ETK 1/Type 1/Model 1?
That could be possible, though ETK seems a bit too modern for the vehicle TBH.
(EDIT: I'm thinking the Benz could be my first fully-modded vehicle when I start modding, though it will not be made for the repository)
That wouldn't crash well, it's basically solid steel, and it couldn't go fast right? Though it'd be a fun sight for sure.
Well, what you expect from a 1880s vehicle now? Of course it wouldn't be as fast as a Celica or as strong as a F-150, especially that automobiles were just being introduced at the time.
Though it should be fun destroying it, especially with the bus.
Beamng isn't only about crashing
Well yeah, but driving around a vehicle that can maybe go 30mph doesn't sound like something interesting to do in BeamNG
The Heron was a old car that wasn't as fast, but people loved it. Fast =/= Good car mod
Where did logic go??
To recapitulate the versions of Ibishu Geisha:
Suzuki Wagon R (Ibishu Geisha)
= Type: City Car (Kei Car in Japan)
= Weight: 750 kg
= Engine: 658 cc
= Max speed reading in speedometer: 140 km/h
The automatic transmission:
The alto that sold in my country had a 1000cc engine...
GM sounds. Why???
Why you need to mention sounds at all? And kei car with 650, 700cc engine cannot have sound from 4.5L V8.
If you mention max speedometer value, you may as well mention sounds.
Just for aestethics. Anyway, how is the design of these models?
That is inappropriate.
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I based it from the Japanese version.