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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
Really good suggestion, would definitely fit in well with WCA.
Bruckell Albatross (1956-1958):
It is a...
...1950s 2+2 sports/persomal luxury car. Based on the 1955-57 Ford Thunderbird, but with a 1958 Packard-style front and a 1957 Oldsmobile 98 rear. X-frame, FR drivetrain, front double wishbone, rear coil-sprung solid axle, drum brakes. Comes as a coupe and convertible.
Base - Equipped with a 365 ci V8 (280 HP), 3-spd manual/automatic, open diff, standard suspension, premium brake pads and 14x7 steelies with hubcaps and 14x8.00 bias-ply tires.
Deluxe - As above, but with HD suspension, a special interior, whitewall tires, gold trim and a continental spare tire.
Special - Like the Base, but with a supercharger (380 HP), 4-spd manual, sport suspension, sport diff, sport brake pads and 215/80 R14 radial tires.
Race - Based on the Special coupe, but with a stripped interior and early NASCAR sponsor stickers.
Beater - Based on the Base, but with a worn engine, gearbox and suspension, basic brake pads, retreaded 14x7.20 bias-ply tires and a rusty, faded paintjob.
Lowrider - Based on the Deluxe convertible, but with a stronger frame, lowrider suspension, special paintjob, custom sound system, chain-style steering wheel, bobbleheads, "EASTSIDE" plaque and 15x7 wire wheels with 205/50 R15 tires.
Stunt - A coupe equipped with a strengthened frame, base 365 ci V8 with a 3-spd automatic, lifted suspension, disc brake conversion with sport pads, 15x7 rims with 27x7.80 R15 offroad tires, stripped interior and exterior, a rollcage and an US flag paintjob.
Hot Rod - Based on the Deluxe, but with a Stage 2 supercharger (455 HP), 4-spd manual, sport LSD, lowered suspension, disc brakes with sport pads, 15x715x9 muscle rims with 225/65 R15/ 265/65 R15 sport tires, a hood scoop, a rear lip and racing stripes.
Drag - Based on the Base coupe, but with a strengthened frame, Stage 4 supercharger (1274 HP), 4-spd drag automatic, race LSD, drag suspension, race disc brakes with full-race pads, 15x4/15x14 drag rims with 105/100 R15/ 365/55 R15 drag radials, a stripped interior, a rollcage, a scooped hood, a rear lip and sponsor stickers.
1971 - 1979 Alessi Arcipelago - Alfa Romeo Montreal
1970s Italian, front engined, RWD 2+2 coupe/targa/cabrio. Mostly it would be based on Alfa Romeo Montreal, but with Lancia Stratos designed pop-up headlights, some Ferrari Dino styling cues (side air intake, rear end, bumpers). Interior would be mishmash of all Italian 1970s sports cars interiors. Versions pre 1974 would have double round tailights, and post 1975 versions would have single square tailights. This car would be available in coupe, targa and cabrio body styles. It would have few trim levels, based on engine power and some additional options (wheels, gearbox, interior trim, etc.). There would be some versions also, such as racing, beater, polizia, US-spec with large bumpers and bumper guards, etc. It would have just one engine 2.7 V6 producing 195, 215 and 255 HP. It would have 2 gearbox options: 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic (just for US market). Dimensions would be similar as Alfa, but this car would be lighter.
-Why it should be added?
-We don't have any Italian 1970s sports cars, and it would be nice for new Italy map.
1981-1986 Civetta Abilità (Ferrari 208 Turbo/Lamborghini Countach/Lamborghini Jalpa)
It is a...
80s Italian V8-powered mid-engine 2+2 sports car. Based off the 208 Turbo, but shares the front (except the headlights) and roof-line, and also shares the rear, headlights, wheels, and wing from the Countach.
Why do we need it?
Because we don't have other Italian sports cars besides the Bolide, nor do we have a official Lamborghini-inspired Italian vehicle yet.
Wedgey mid-engined V8 supercar?
That's basically an LWB Bolide.
Beam has wheels that look like AR Montreal wheels called "Beta Quebecois", so that's probably the Beamverse Montreal's name.
Maybe, but usually cars aren't named after their wheels.
I'm implying it's not the wheels' name, but the whole car's name.
That's what I said, which car has same name as its wheel's name?
They're just Beta Quebecois wheels marked as such.
Well, it's not impossible to have a sister/brother vehicle that share similar traits. Since they both start in 1981, maybe they could share the same platform (but the platform is extended a bit more)?
Honda N-Camp (new concept) (Ibishu Little Camper)
Gavril LV5/H5 Vanster (2001-2007, facelift in 2004):
It is a...
...2000s Gavril minivan in 4 versions - passenger SWB/LWB (LV5) and cargo SWB/LWB (H5). Based on the 2001-2007 Dodge (Grand) Caravan/C/V Ram Van, with a 2001 Chevrolet Venture (pre-lift) or Chevrolet Uplander (post-lift) front end and Ford Freestar taillights. Unibody, front transverse engine FWD/AWD, front MacPherson, rear 3-link solid axle, disc brakes. Understeery, sloppy handling.
Base LV5 - Equipped with a 2.0 145 HP I4/2.5 170 HP I5 petrol/2.7 140 HP I5 (pre-lift)/2.0 155 HP I4 turbodiesel (post-lift; all only for Europe)/3.3 190 HP (pre-lift)/3.6 245 HP (post-lift) petrol V6, a 3-spd (pre-lift) or 4-spd (post-lift) automatic, FWD, an open diff, standard suspension, base brake pads and 15x7 hubcapped steelies with 205/65 R15 tires.
GV LV5 - As above, but with different hubcaps and a standard 4-spd gearbox.
GL LV5 - As above, but with optional AWD, a front sunroof and 16x7 alloys with 205/60 R16 tires.
Tow Package LV5 - Based on the AWD GL with either the V6 or the diesel, but with a rear tow hook and an uprated radiator,
Luxe LV5 - Like the GL, but with a rear sunroof, a GPS system and different alloys.
H5 Vanster - Like the Base, but with panelled-up rear windows, no rear seats or carpeting, a cargo divider, Tow Package mechanicals, HD rear suspension and dog dish hubcaps,
Beam Delivery - Based on the US Vanster, but with a Beam Delivery livery,
Beamcom - As above, but with a Beamcom livery and a roof rack,
Taxi - Based on the US Base, but with an uprated radiator, a taxi paintjob, an ad carrier and a wheelchair ramp.
Minicab - Based on the European diesel Base, but with a taxi livery,
Beater - Based on the GV LV5, but with a blown head gasket, worn gearbox, suspension and brakes, rusting body, cheap tires and miscoloured, dented panels.
Stanced - Based on the Beater, but with a stanced suspension and 15x13 steelies with stretched tires.
Derby - Based on the US base LV5, but with a stripped interior and exterior, welded hood, doors and trunk, derby fuel tank, derby rollbar, hood exit exhaust, 195/75 R15 derby tires and a derby paintjob.
Banger - Based on the post-lift minicab, but with a stripped interior and exterior, welded doors, hood and trunk, banger H-frame, floorplate, number fin, paintjob and fuel tank.
2009-2012/2014-2020 Bolger Lake/521/B2 (Lincoln C, Peugeot 107)
It is a...
American intercontinental comfortable production city-car. Based off the Lincoln C concept, but takes some cues from the production 107. Has two generations (currently), the second one continuing until 2020 in place for a new successor.
Why do we need it?
Because we don't have any modern city-car yet.
Maybe utility and construction trucks? for example, a knapheide kuv (for those in the USA)
Sorry for misleading you, but I revisited the Heron, and Ytrewq was right - Auriga is British.
What 'bout Bolger?
Where did you find that Auriga is British? Because Auriga Heron's thread is hidden.
2001 - 2007 ETK 200-Series - Audi A2,
Mercedes-Benz A-Class W169
Early 2000s German FWD, front engined premium small minivan. Overally it's based on Audi A2, but with some Mercedes A-Class styling elements (front bumper vents, front grille style, etc.). Interior would be same as Mercedes's, but with Audi A2 steering wheel. Only available for Europe.
Spoiler: Trim and versions
253, 254, 253d, 254d - basic version, with I3 (I4) engine, 15" hubcapped steel wheels, ABS, ESC, grey interior, all 4 power windows, power mirrors, aircon, MP3 radio, black trim, electronic power steering, 6 airbags, all 4 discs, etc.
253c, 254c, 253cd, 254cd - 253, 254 + 15" alloy wheels, TCS, EBD, black interior, etc.
253t, 254t, 253td, 254td - 253c, 254c + infortainment system, body colored trim, twin exhaust pipes, beige interior, 8 airbags, 16" alloy wheels, etc.
253x, 254x, 253xd, 254xd - crossover-like version, with black fender flares, crossover bumpers and side skirts, roof rack, 16" alloy wheels with M+S tires, black interior, infortainment system, all 4 power windows, power mirrors, 7 airbags, etc.
253e, 253ed - economic version, includes, I3 engine 15" aero alloy wheels with low rolling resistance tires, aero grille, grey interior, aero bumpers, aero spoiler etc.
254s - sporty version, with 16" alloy wheels, sport bumpers, side skirts, black interior (seats, steering wheel), spoiler, etc.
Police - based on 254 and 254c versions, with German and British livery and blue euro LED lightbar.
Taxi - with German taxi livery, with small taxi sign.
Used - based on 254 with faded lights, worn out interior, slightly rusted steel wheels, various stickers on the tailgate, etc.
Spoiler: Techical data
1.4 I4 Petrol 80 HP
1.6 I4 Petrol 105 HP
1.8 I4 Turbo Petrol 130 HP
1.3 I3 Petrol 67 HP
1.5 I3 Diesel 77 HP
1.5 I4 Diesel 90 HP
1.7 I4 Diesel 110 HP
3856mm x 1698mm x 1568mm
Kerb weight: 1003 - 1233kg
-Why it should be added?
-We don't have any small minivans ingame, neither minivans, nor 3 cylinder engined cars.
253 - version with 3 cyl engine.
254 - version with 4 cyl engine.
t - touring version
c - comfort version
x - cross version
e - economic version
s - sporty version
d - diesel version
Sure, why not?
Would also be cool if it had an alphanumeric name, Cadillac/Lincoln/Chrysler-style.
That would be a interesting choice.... I could do that as well. I was also thinking that the European market version would have a standard Peugeot-style numerical name, as this car is half-Lincoln, half-Peugeot.
I got this from a generator:
Would this fit?
What about Bolger B2?