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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.

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It's possible to add a minivan from the 90s please?

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  1. Fenneko

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    Sure, why not?
     
  2. MrAnnoyingDude

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    Would also be cool if it had an alphanumeric name, Cadillac/Lincoln/Chrysler-style.
     
  3. Fenneko

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    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:
    L-972
    Would this fit?
     
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  4. MrAnnoyingDude

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    What about Bolger B2?
     
  5. Fenneko

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    Sounds a bit too close to Citroen. I'll take it though anyways.

    Also, should I make the next suggestion based off the Mercury Milan?
     
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    2008-2012 Garvil HV4 (Mercury Milan/Ford Taurus)
    It is a...

    2000s-2010s American mid-size AWD family sedan. Based off the Milan, but takes some cues from the Taurus.

    Why do we need it?
    Because we don't have any modern American mid-size vehicles yet.
     
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  7. MrAnnoyingDude

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    We already have 3 brands that can be Gavril's midrange and would nicely go into the Pontiac-Oldsmobile-Buick structure, we do not need a fourth.

    Maybe a Bruckell?
     
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    3 Gavril brands? What's the third one?
     
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    Burnside is already stated to be Gavril's brand, and Bruckell and Soliad are exclusively based on GM designs.
     
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    Bruckell and Soliad are separate from Gavril, but relation between them is unknown.
     
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    It's never been said; as GM-based brands, their relationship with Gavril is very likely the same as Burnside's.
     
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    I hate comparing BeamNG brands to real ones, but Gavril is based on Ford and Bruckell is on GM.
     
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    Gavril has a ton of GM elements - the D-Series looks like an 88-97 C/K truck, the Bluebuck is pretty much a fictional '64 Impala, the Grand Marshall's front looks like a Caprice and has similar engine choices (4.5 and 5.5 V8 to 4.3 and 5.7 V8).
     
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    OK, but then Bruckell is not 100% GM either, since Legran's styling is similar to that of K-cars, and Moonhawk is Monaco plus Chevelle with some Aspen mixed in.
     
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    The LeGran looks as much as a K-Car as any 80s sedan, and the Moonhawk is first and foremost a GM A-Body, with a rear window that looks like the Aspen's because the GM one did, and a grille that shares the mesh and stacked headlights with the Monaco... and a shitton of 70s cars.
     
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    That's because almost every BeamNG car is a fusion of different real life ones, hence why I said I hate comparing them. As for Gavril-Bruckell relationship, there is no official proof that they are one company (unlike Gavril-Burnside). It is highly unlikely that Gabester would narrow all American vehicles down to one manufacturer.
     
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    He took all main midrange US car inspiration from a single corporation, so there you have it.

    Although the Bruckell Albatross seems to have a Thunderbird-inspired name and a Lincoln Mark III-style body.
     
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    You seem to forget about design, but who cares because "it looks like every similar car out there". Care to explain why Legran, which is mechanically and size-wise a copy of Cutlass Ciera, doesn't look like it at all?
     
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    The LeGran totally looks like a Buick Century. Boxy, somewhat tall shape, sloping front, rectangular grille, C-pillar window.
     
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    I see now
     
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