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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
Olof 4200 (1974-1993)
Large 5- door sedan/wagon. Based on Volvo 240.
So, a Jargl. And the name does not suit Jargl's naming scheme.
What is Jargl?
2007 - 2014 ETK 3000-Series - Mercedes-Benz Actros MP3, MAN TGX
2000s German RWD/AWD front engined truck. It's based in Mercedes Actros, but with MAN TGX-styled front bumper and headlights. Sides would be mix between these 2 trucks. Interior is based on Actros's with MAN gauge cluster. It has one minor facelift in 2010, concetrating on front end. Available in 4x2, 4x4, 6x2, 6x4, 6x6, 8x4, 8x8 and 10x4 configurations. Previously suggested bus is built on this truck's chassis. Version would be numerous, for example tractor, tow truck, box truck, canvas top truck, fire truck, cistern, military, garbage truck, dumper, snow plow, mixer, etc. Cab options would be low deck single cab, single cab, extended cab and sleeper cab. Engine options are I6, V6 and V8 diesels y with power output from 310 to 530 HP. Transmission options are 6-speed manual and 8 speed automatic. Suspension is dependent solid axles with leaf springs. Brakes are air ones, with disc parking brakes.
-Why it should be added?
-We don't have any official European truck, nor modern trucks.
The Swedish brand that was in the concept list.
Well, if you wanna post well, check it.
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Clinton-Bamford CB11 (1996 - 2002):
It is a...
... 90s British exotic GT coupe. Based on the Aston Martin DB7, but with a TVR Cerbera rear fascia and Ferrari 456 interior. Unibody, FR drivetrain, front 2-wishbone, rear multilink suspension, disc brakes.
Six - Equipped with a 350 HP 4.4 supercharged I6, 6-spd manual/automatic, an LSD, base suspension, premium brake pads and 17x8/17x9 alloys with 245/65 R17/265/65 R17 tires.
Twelve - As above, but with a 405 HP 5.7 V12 and different alloys.
Twelve Highwood - As above, but with 435 HP, a sport LSD, sport suspension, sport brake pads, 17x9/17x10 alloys with 265/60 R17/285/60 R17 tires and a rear spoiler.
Custom - As above, but with 505 HP, lower suspension, semi-race brake pads, tuner 18x10/18x11 alloys with 285/55 R18/ 315/50 R18 tires, wide wheelarches, a bodykit and a mesh grille.
Stunt - Like the Twelve Highwood, but with a 150 shot of nitrous, bulletproofing, bulletproof tires, 2 missiles, 2 .50 cal machine guns, a spike dispenser and an ejector seat.
Race - Equipped with a 500 HP 5.7 V12, 6-spd sequential, race LSD, race suspension, race brakes with full race pads, 18x11/18x12 alloys with 305/50 R18/ 335/45 R18 slicks, a stripped interior, a fuel cell, a rollcage, a rear wing, a splitter, a widebody kit and a racing paintjob.
1951-1956 Maxis PL-300 (Maxis is one of the 5 Companies by BGM)
It Is a...
British Sedan like the Austin A40 Devon but with the A40 Somerset Front Grille
and A40 Cambridge Front Bumper and Blinkers, 3.2 L Straight-4 45bph,Disc Brakes
independent Suspension, a Wheelbase of 97.34 inches, RWD, and FR layout.
Burnside 1200 (1954-1962)
Burnside 1200 is a subcompact car made by Gavril's subsidiary Burnside. it has a 1200cc I4 engine producing 40 hp. The car has two variants, hardtop and convertible. Hardtop variant weights 830 kg, and convertible weights 810kg. Based on Nash Metropolitan.
1960 - 1963 Amphibian Type A - Amphicar, Renault Caravelle, Triumph Herald, Fiat 1200 Cabriolet
1960s German rear engined, RWD (longitudinally mounted, RR layout) amphibious 2-door convertible. Based on Amphicar, but with Renault Caravelle-styled front end and side line, Triumph Herald-styled rear end and Fiat 1200 Cabriolet-styled interior. Only available as LHD car.
Standard - basic version, with 14" hubcapped wheels, basic engine, 3 water pumps, chromed trim, black roof and interior.
DeLuxe - Standard + 14" whitewall tires, white roof, black and white interior, 4 water pumps, etc.
Police - bases on Standard, with US livery and red beacon light.
Rusty - based on Standard, with rusted body, worn interior, misfiring engine, etc.
Spoiler: Technical data
Glenn 1196cc I4 50 HP
4-speed syncromesh manual
Unibody 2-door convertible with boat features
Independent with front trailing arm w/coil springs and rear swing axle with transversally positioned leaf spring.
All 4 drums
-Why it should be added?
-We don't have any amphibious vehicles, nor German cars from 60s.
2007 - 2011 Neptune 700 - Saturn Aura, Mercury Milan, Ford Five Hundred, Toyota Camry XV40
2000s American FWD, front engined (FF layout, transversally positioned engine) midsize sedan. Based on Saturn Aura, but with Mercury Milan-styled headlights and window line, Ford Five Hundred-shaped tailights and Toyota Camry XV40 interior. Only available as LHD car. It has 5 trim levels, TI (basic, with black interior, 16'' alloy wheels, etc.), TX (more equipped, beige interior, 17'' alloy wheels, satnav), TS (same as TX, but with stronger engine, 17'' alloy wheels, small trunk lip, etc.), TL (high end trim, with 18'' alloy wheels, chrome trim, infortainment with satnav, leather interior, etc.) and TE (based on TX, but with hybrid engine, aero grille, etc.). Versions would be: taxi, rental car, police, beater, etc. Engines would be: 2.5 I4 Petrol 167 HP, 2.8 I4 Petrol 185 HP, 3.3 V6 Petrol 240 HP and 2.2 I4 hybrid 165 HP. Gearbox options are 6-speed manual and 4-speed automatic. Body is unibody 4-door sedan. Suspension is independent with front McPhersons and rear double wishbone. Springs are all 4 coilovers. Braking system is all 4 ventilated disccs.
-Why it should be added?
-We don't have any modern midsize cars, nor modern American cars.
Gavril's division similar to Mercury and Saturn, which existed from 1990 to 2012.
That's a Milan, not a Sable.
It's corrected now.
Soliad Isos (1972-1976)
It is a...
70s mid-size American sports sedan/coupe. Based off the Grand Prix, but with a similar front end to the Galaxie XL (also was the inspiration for the sedan variant) and a similar interior to the Firebird.
Charmand 1050 D (1960-1975)
It is a... Upper-middle class French car made by Charmand. Based on Peugeot 404. Every configuration has drum brakes and is rear-wheel drive.
Berline (Sedan) - It has a 1,5 liter I4 gasoline engine producing 62 hp. It is available with either automatic or manual transmission. Optional roofrack is also available.
Break (Wagon) - Only difference between sedan and wagon is the different body style and the optional roof rack is longer.
Coupé - It has a 1,6 liter fuel-injected gasoline engine producing 80 hp. It is only available with automatic transmission and doesnt have an optional roof rack.
Cabriolet (Convertible) - Only difference between coupe and convertible is that Convertible has a soft-top roof.
Pick-up - It has a 1,9 liter diesel engine producing 68 hp. It is only available with manual transmission and it doesnt have an optonal roof rack.
Gavril wasn't a small company that would take chances with niches.
The GP was a midsizer, and such a car would be the Moonhawk's corporate cousin eith a similar interior.
The Wendover seems to be a fictional Bonneville, seeing that Wendover is near Bonneville Salt Flats.
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Seems that the number is approximate engine capacity in cc + number of side doors.
Think of it, having a hybrid car like a prius or prius-inspired car would mean a lot to the game. We would get a brand new FWD econobox that could serve as a modern taxi replacement for the grand marshall since nobody uses crown vics anymore, besides, it would serve as another testing bench for the dev team to try and see how an hybrid system that changes between car battery and ICE to power the wheels would work and what would be the logic behind it.
It would be great to use as a punching bag to vent my hatred towards Priuses.
Well, that should be fun. I mean, who doesn't want a Prius (or something like a Prius) in-game to do whatever they want with it?
"nobody uses crown vics anymore". Plus, shouldn't this be in vehicle suggestions?