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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?

  1. Yes, it's possible.

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  2. No, it's impossible, sorry.

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  1. shade-S

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    1986 Gavril Roamer Sport (regular would be a four door version) 1986 Ford Explorer Sport/4-door 1999 Chevy Blazer 2-door/4-door
    Gavril was stuck in a bad spot in the 80's with no innovation for a new car design that no other brand had thought of. At a press meeting in 1984, head developer, Randal Smith, said he had a new idea, what they made a compact SUV with a 4 and 2 door variant? It couldn't fail! Right? The developers and designers started working on concepts in october of 1984, and eventually, after concept after concept, extreme over time, and headaches, they had the perfect model by january 1986. They started producing February 6th, 1986 in Utah. By 1987, they were selling it in more than 5 different countries including, Mexico, Poland, Italy, US, and Canada with over 50 different variants depending on the country! Their main focus on the car was in Italy, US, and Canada since the models were the same accept for a few different standards, the Canadian being the most popular with its handsome chrome grille and luxury trims, and high safety. But the US and Italy variants were the strongest due to the different body concept. By 1990, Gavril retired the compact design and moved to mid-sized. and in 2001, a new concept was released with the previous design but with a whole new look. The gavril roamer keeps selling to this day. And, you may be wondering, "when was the sport version released?" The sport 2 door version was released February 6th, 1987 on the car's first anniversary, but the sport design was dropped in '05 when a few countries changed safety standards.

    CONFIGS:
    Beater- Wow, you found a beater of this SUV? That's rare, dude. About 80% of the remaining models are still in mint- near mint condition, and that's in the hundred thousands of cars. You got lucky! A blown v6, dirty tires and rusty wheels, dirty, rusted paint, and a few dents and scratches. I still can't believe this was just laying around in a alleyway and no one took it before you! All yours! Good luck fixing it up!
    i4- This is a base RWD model with steelies and black trim. Italy never got one of these unfortunately. Its a great first time car and they are very common.
    V4- This engine was ceased of production in cars in the early 2010's. Its a FWD model, so I wouldn't suggest going off-roading with it. This was a limited model and ceased production in '88 due to the massive amount of recalls and issues this model had.
    V4 AWD regular and sport- This was a better side of the V4 model and was the first model with a sport trim. It was a great off-road car back in the day and attracted families to the 4-door model.
    V8 AWD and RWD regular and sport- This teen attraction was probably one of the first SUV models to have performance parts. Thousands of these were bought by teenagers so they could have a "fun, practical, and legitimate" car.
    SE RWD sport- The Sport SE model was a good car for all kinds of things; vacation, day-trips, getting the kids to school, etc. It had a basic v8 option and v6 option, and in the US came in over 7 different trims, including, white, chrome, black, gold, and body-color.
    Off-road- This was a car that was sold on every birthday of the car until the new model came out. It packed a AWD 4-door model on a lifted suspension with all the best off-road parts and a v8 engine
    Police: This was a popular model for all police departments, due to its easy access and multi functions, and the easiness to upgrade and downgrade it. it came in a v8 AWD and RWD form, with 4 and 2-door models. All the following were known police options that were made; S.W.A.T., Police, Sheriff, Highway Patrol, Military Police, Airport Police, Security variants, a pace car variant in sport, yes, a pace car, and a Park Rangers variant
    FD- This model was for F.D. cheifs and supervisors. It had a v-6 and came in sport model.
    Paramedic and Lifeguard- These packed v-6's under the hood as-well, the Paramedic version was a 4-door variant in RWD like F.D. variants. The AWD life-guard model was a sport model with a v-8 so it could get over the sand fast.
    Pics: (for a reference)
    Sport:
    o.jpg <-- front U9CTGEB1.jpg <-- Back
    4-door:
    1stexplorer.jpg <-- front chevy-blazer-used-1999-chevrolet-blazer-for-sale-pricing-features-edmunds.jpg <-- Back
    Interior:
    1999-ford-explorer-interior.jpg
    Credits for inspiration:
    Betatester
    - Gavril Roamer Sport and Gavirl Roamer Facelift
     
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  2. Alex_Farmer557

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  3. shade-S

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  4. FLyInG 2 YoUr SoUL

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    Italy of the '80s as one of the main markets for the BeamNG equivalent of a Chevy Blazer...?

    What...? :confused:
     
  5. MrAnnoyingDude

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    Poland is even more striking. I'm pretty sure the guy just threw darts at a world map.

    Also, the V4 engine...
     
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  6. shade-S

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    2003 Ibishu Ryokō-sha (Traveler in US markets) Combination: '03 Mazda Tribute, '03 Hyundai Santa Fe, '03 Jeep Grand Cherokee, '03 Toyota Rav4 Japan Version
    Ibishu was looking forward to making a new small SUV in '03. It was '02, they were discussing ideas. They settled on a small SUV that would have different looks in Japan and the US. The US would have a smoother family design (Grand cherokee), and the japan marketed one would have a more modern and comfortable interior (Rav4 Japan Version). It was released December 5th, 2002 in Tokyo and Newyork. (Im suggesting US variant, the Japan version is more for just extra info stuff)
    Configs:
    Base- a humble yet efficient FWD model with a 3 speed automatic transmission and a I4 engine. $3,500 USD
    GLS- A AWD model with a V6 engine and a 4 speed automatic transmission. $3,600 USD
    LX- Another FWD model with a V6 and a 4 speed automatic transmission. $3,700 USD
    DX- A 4wd model with a 4-cylinder engine and a 5-speed manual transmission. $4,000 USD
    ES- A FWD model with a V6 and a 4speed automatic transmission. $4,100 USD
    Sport (fictional)- A AWD model with a V8 and a 5 speed manual transmission. $5,600 USD
    2003-mazda-tribute-frontside_mttri031.jpg Front Hyundai_Santa_Fe_35L_4WD_2003_14949376771.jpg Back 2003_jeep_grand_cherokee_laredo-pic-1154766370741724669-640x480.jpeg US interior images10101.jpg Japanese interior-----------------------------------------------------------------^
     
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  7. MrAnnoyingDude

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    Were there any more conspicously Japanese names for a not-so-culturally-rooted car industry?

    Barely any Japanese cars have had Japanese names.
     
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  8. shade-S

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    ok then, I guess all the things I suggest are gonna get critizized because I do something people don't like. I won't do anymore.
     
  9. MrAnnoyingDude

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    Don't take it hard.

    But I do have quite a few reservations.
     
  10. veyasan.ragulan

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    Criticism doesn't equal hate, most of what was said were suggestions to make your idea more 'realistic' or 'lore-friendly'.
     
  11. shade-S

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    2016 Ibishu M-Two (Honda N-One)
    Ibishu is obviously a kei car loving & producing brand. In 2016, The Ibishu M-two needed a new design, a new look. They came up with a simple yet modern design that was sure to make a big hit. When it rolled out in early '16, it instantly became a hit in Japan.
    Configs:
    It has 3 yet simple configs; Base with a simple I4 and 3-speed transmission, LE with a I and 4-speed transmission, SE with a I6 engine and a 5-speed transmission. all of these cost roughly $6,700 USD (I don't live in Japan so I don't know how currency works there)
    Fictional configs: Turbo with a powerful V6 and a 5-speed transmission. $7,000 USD. Race with a V8 (lol) and a 6-speed transmission. $8,000. Tuner with a I3 and a 3-speed transmission, but comes with cardboard tuning parts! :p $3,000 USD (more lol). Drag with a astonishing V10 engine and 10 speed transmission (like a honda odyssey XD). $12,000 USD. A Track Day version with a V8 and a 5-speed transmission. $8,000 USD. And finally, a drift car with a v16 and unfortunately, just a 3-speed transmission :< but it is a drift missile so yeah! XD
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    note: you don't have to do the ones with insane engines, its just a suggestion to make it a little crazy XD
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    I hate my imagination for suggesting a drift variant with a v16 and 3-speed transmission XD
     
  12. MrAnnoyingDude

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    M-Two sounds rather unimaginative.

    Who the hell would put a transmission with less than 5 speeds in a modern car? Especially connected to an I6 with 110cc cylinders?

    Money in Japan works like money in any other country. You receive it, mostly in exchange for labor, and exchange it for a variety of goods. It's backed by the government, but not by gold.

    10 speeds for a drag car are overkill,,especially in a sport where a gearshift too much will lose you a lot of time. And who would couple a V16 to a 3-speed in a drift car?
     
  13. MrAnnoyingDude

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    Ibishu FSV (2001-2006):

    It is a...

    ...2000s compact Japanese SUV. Mostly based on the 2nd gen Honda CR-V, though with 2nd gen Toyota RAV4 front end and some Mazda Tribute cues. Unibody, front transverse engine FWD/AWD, front MacPherson, rear multilink suspension, all-wheel disc brakes.

    Configs:
    • Base - Equipped with a 132 HP 1.8/150 HP 2.0 petrol/155 HP 2.2 turbodiesel I4, 5-spd manual/4-spd automatic (column shifter for automatic), open diff, FWD/AWD, standard suspension, 15x7 steelies with 205/70 R15 tires, no radio, no A/C, a fabric spare tire cover and black bumpers.
    • DX - As above, but with an optional 168 HP 2.2 petrol/170 HP 2.2 turbodiesel I4, body color bumpers and roof rails, a radio, A/C and alloy wheels.
    • LX - As above, but with a sunroof, a floor shifter for automatics, a plastic spare tire cover and different alloys.
    • Limited - As above, but with no 2.0 engine, 16x7 alloys with 215/65 R16 tires, dual sunroof and a GPS.
    • Sport - As above, but with 17x8 alloys with 225/60 R17 tires, a mesh grille, a hood scoop and a rear spoiler.
    • Beater - Based on the 2.2 diesel automatic 4x4 LX, but with a rusty, dented body (including some holes), worn suspension, steering and tires, smoky engine and slipping transmission.
    • Street Custom - Based on the 2.2 petrol manual 4x4 Sport, but with 196 HP, lowered suspension, 19x8 black alloys with 235/45 R19 tires, murdered-out trim, a roof box, JDM culture stickers and a sport steering wheel.
    • Offroad Custom - Based on the 2.2 petrol manual 4x4 LX, but with 196 HP, a lift kit, 15x8 alloys with 31x8.60 R15 offroad tires, a bullbar, a snorkel and extra front lights.
    • Police - Based on the 4x4 Base, but with the 170 HP engine, a 2000s British police paintjob and equipment.
    • Fire Service - As above, but with a fire service paintjob and equipment.
     
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  14. RockyBrown

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    Hello, i have an suggestion for a car from 1912, the Mclaughlin model 41 Touring 1912.



    It will of course only be based on the Canadian car because of rules saying you cannot use real cars. I have no idea if you are able to make the car look exactly the same with a different name, or if everything have to look different, but i hope any solution work, as long the car stays in a 1912 setting.

    Reason for such an old car: I have always been a HUGE fan of old cars, and i mean HUGE! But being a fan and crying for a car doesn't work here so i will jump right into the reason. The car is old and slow, but because of how light, weak and tiny it is will it become a funny vehicle to see crashing into stuff (or being smashed by other vehicles). Such cars will be funny to see chasing you down while running away, or you chasing them with their slow speeds, a destruction derby would be funny as well.

    Why this car would be good: Having this car will open more ideas for old classic cars, it would be completely different from the already known race cars, BeamNG will become more inclusive when it comes to cars from different time periods.

    The car idea is inspired from this clip showing look-alike cars being destroyed:
     
  15. Monkeyswetz

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    Gavril D10 (1993-2003 (2001-2004 for Crew Cab models)):
    fordranger2.jpg fordranger3.jpg fordranger4.jpg chevrolets102.jpg dodgedakota2.jpg
    It is a...
    ...1990's-2000's compact American Pickup-Truck. Mostly based on the 2nd gen Chevrolet S10 with the 2nd gen Ford Ranger front end on pre-facelift models and 3rd gen Ford Ranger front end on facelift models and some Dodge Dakota cues. Body on Frame, front longitudinal engine FWD/RWD/4WD/AWD, front Independent suspension, rear solid axle leaf suspension, all-wheel disc brakes, and an optional airbag on 1993 and 1994 models, which then became standard for 1995-2004. It even received a minor facelift in 2001, thus giving it a 3rd gen first facelift ford ranger front end.

    Configs:
    • I4 FWD - Equipped with a 2.2 liter I4, a 5 speed manual, steel wheels without center caps, an open front differential, a front driveshaft, no rear differential, and no rear driveshaft, this model is only for the regular cab.
    • I4 RWD - As above, but with no front differential, no front driveshaft, an open rear differential, and a rear driveshaft this model is only for the regular cab.
    • V6 FWD - Same as I4 FWD, but with a 4.3 liter V6, steel wheels with center caps, chrome bumpers, and a chrome grill this model is for all cabs.
    • V6 RWD - Same as I4 RWD, but with a 4.3 liter V6, steel wheels with center caps, chrome bumpers, and a chrome grill, this model is for all cabs.
    • V6 4WD - As above, but with open differentials and a driveshaft in the front and rear, alloy wheels, trim on the body, a 4WD transfer case, higher ground clearance, and a 4-Speed Automatic, this model is for all cabs.
    • V6 4WD Chief Rancher, same as above, but with a Two-Tone paint job, and body colored bumpers, and limited slip differentials, this model is for all cabs.
    • V6 AWD Sport - Same as the V6 RWD, But with a black grill, body colored bumpers, a bed cover, and a supercharger, this model is only for the regular cab.
    • Beater - Same as the I4 models, but with a rusty, dented body (including faded paint), worn suspension, steering and tires, an overheated engine, a slipping transmission, and faded brakes.
    • Custom - Same as V6 AWD Sport, but with rear wheel drive, a welded differential, custom wheels, and a racing steering wheel, even a V8 Swap.
    • Off-Road - Same as V6 AWD, but with off-road bumpers, a black grille, custom wheels with off-road tires, an off-road roll bar, a roof rack with lights, a racing steering wheel, a supercharger, a bug shield, and more ground clearance.
    • Pig - As above, but with bigger off-road tires, a 2.2 liter I4, a Crawler 4WD transfer case, a normal front bumper with a bull bar, no rear bumper, no mirrors, and a flatbed.
    • Marauder - A custom military version with a camper shell, a roof rack, custom wheels with off-road tires, a bull bar, a racing steering wheel, and a supercharger
    • Beast - A maxed out crazy truck with every accessory possible, only as a crew cab
    • Border Patrol - Same as V6 4WD Chief Rancher, But with a camper shell, a bull bar, steel wheels with off-road tires, a police light bar, and a border patrol livery.
     
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  16. MrAnnoyingDude

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    Why would there be an FWD and an AWD option? Why not have a V8 swap in the custom ones? Why does a milspec car have tuner accessories and a gasoline engine?
     
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    1. The S10 in real life had FWD and there was a truck by GMC called the Syclone and it was an S10, and it has AWD.
    2. That's a great idea, it would be stupid, but it would work.
    3. This is because the D-Series Marauder has both in BeamNG.Drive.
     
  18. MrAnnoyingDude

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    1. There was no FWD S10, and the Syclone was a special performance model.

    2. Swapping a small-block V8 is one of the most common-sense compact truck mods.

    3. The Marauder is a green civilian vehicle.
     
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  19. killercar34

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    1993 - 1999 Gavril Florid ( Based on the 1996 Dodge Neon and Honda Civic coupe )

    A cheaply made economy car popular with the middle and low class families of the Southern half of America. It may not be fast, good looking, well built, reliable, or better then taking the bus, but at least you can get a brand new Florid for less then 7 grand!

    Trims:

    Beater: Remember how we said this car was popular with the Southern half of America and low class families? Well we weren't kidding. We found this beaten and rusty Florid in a run down Trailer Park on the southern coast. It has a horribly maintained 1.8L SOHC that makes about 85hp, a 5 speed manual transmission that hates getting in gear, and a broken driver side window from when someone tried to steal it. That thief must've been really dumb if he wanted to steal this hunk of junk.

    Base: Just your standard Florid, it doesn't have a radio, AC, power windows, power locks, but it does come with a 1.8L SOHC I4 that makes 115hp and a 5 speed manual transmission.

    EX: Comes with a SOHC 2.0L I4 that makes 132HP, a choice of a 4 speed Automatic or 5 speed Manual transmission, a Radio, and Air Conditioning!

    LS: Comes with a DOHC 2.0L I4 that makes 150hp, a choice of a 4 speed Automatic or 5 speed Manual transmission, and every option available. It's the most luxurious lemon that you can buy!

    Custom: Well, someone decided to modify this Florid for some reason. No clue why anyone would dump a few thousand dollars on a 900 dollar car, but we're not here to judge, right? It has a Turbo Charged bored up DOHC 2.0L I4 that makes 250hp, a 5 speed manual transmission, big subwoofers in the trunk, bucket seats, a roll cage, lightning bolt decals, bright neon underneath it, a spoiler, body kit, aftermarket rims, and hydraulics.


    Exterior and Interior: (Reference for EX 5 speed model )
     

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  20. OffRoadNutshell

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    I always though a side by side (UTV) would be a blast in this game! I don't know if its already been suggested but i figured i'd suggest it.
     

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