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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
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?
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?
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.
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?
3 Gavril brands? What's the third one?
Burnside is already stated to be Gavril's brand, and Bruckell and Soliad are exclusively based on GM designs.
Bruckell and Soliad are separate from Gavril, but relation between them is unknown.
It's never been said; as GM-based brands, their relationship with Gavril is very likely the same as Burnside's.
I hate comparing BeamNG brands to real ones, but Gavril is based on Ford and Bruckell is on GM.
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).
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.
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.
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.
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.
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?
The LeGran totally looks like a Buick Century. Boxy, somewhat tall shape, sloping front, rectangular grille, C-pillar window.
I see now