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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
Good idea, but how about the automatic transmission?
2019 Hirochi carry
(based off of the 2019 toyota sienna)
Base 1.8 I4 (manual) (stock sienna wheels)
(Sport 5.5 liter V6 based off of the SE trim) DCT
Sport S stage 2 turbo V6 DCT
Sport RS stage 3 turbo V6 DCT
TurboBurger- for when you order 300 burgers for delivery w/ stage 3 turbo V6 DCT
Hillclimb 2.5 liter turbocharged n20 F4 engine.
The bus from SPEED movie with the best actor Keanu Reeves.
(2004-present) Nissan Diesel Quon (Ibishu Heavy Industries SuperHauler)
= 7-speed manual
= 12-speed automatic
= 10500 cc I6 engine
= 11600 cc V8 engine
= Wing Van 10-wheeler (10.5 L I6, RWD, 7MT/12AT)
= Wing Van 12-wheeler (10.5 L I6, RWD, 12AT)
= Wing Van 8-wheeler (10.5 L I6, RWD, 7MT/12AT)
= Crane truck (10.5 L I6, RWD, 7MT/12AT)
= Crane truck 12-wheeler (10.5 L I6, RWD, 7MT/12AT)
= Refrigerated Van (10.5 L I6, RWD, 7MT/12AT)
= Snow Plow (11.6 L V8, RWD, 7MT)
= Prime Mover (11.6 L V8, RWD, 7MT/12AT)
= Tanker (11.6 L V8, RWD, 7MT)
= Dump (11.6 L V8, RWD, 7MT)
= Self-loader (10.5 L I6, RWD, 7MT)
= Self-loader with crane (10.5 L I6, RWD, 7MT)
= Turbo Prime Mover (11.6 L V8 @ 750 HP, RWD, 7MT/12AT)
= Mixer (11.6 L V8, RWD, 7MT)
= Cargo 10-wheeler (11.6 L V8, RWD, 7MT/12AT)
= Cargo 12-wheeler (11.6 L V8, RWD, 7MT/12AT)
= Tow Wrecker (11.6 L V8, RWD, 7MT)
A modern Civetta Bolide based on the Lamborghini Huracan (AWD, V10, DCT)
- A "base" model with 610 hp
- A supersport model (Huracan Performante) with 650 hp and more aggressive look
- A special edition model with RWD and manual transmission
- A GT3 race version
1995 - 2001 Gavril Antibes - Ford Scorpio, VW Passat B4, Opel Omega B, Peugeot 406, Audi A6 C4
Late 90s German E-segment front longitudinal engined RWD saloon/wagon. Based on Ford Scorpio II, but with VW Passat B4 front, with some more rounded grille and headlight, and with smaller, rounded and lower positioned foglights. Sides would be the same as Ford, but with Opel Omega mirrors. On sedan rear would be similar to the Opel, with some changes, while the rear on the wagon would be from pre-facelift Peugeot 406 Wagon, but the lights would be longer and equally divided on red area (brake lights, rear foglights and rear lights itself) and grey area (indicators and reverse lights). Interior would be from Audi A6 C4, with Omega steering wheel, vents and gauge cluster. Would be available in RHD and LHD configs. Has a facelift from 1999, with changed headligths, grille, front bumper and tailights. Also, some trim bits and vents were changed.
Classic - basic model, with 15'' steel hubcapped wheels, ABS, black and grey cloth interior, electric windows, driver airbag, aircon, radio, alarm, immobiliser, central locking, black trim, silver interior trim, Classic lettering, small mudflaps, power steering, etc.
Luxe - Classic + 16'' alloy wheels, electric mirrors, foglights, chrome trim around windows and on door handles, passenger airbag, Luxe lettering, etc.
Royale - Luxe + 17'' alloy wheels, double exhaust pipe, beige or black leather interior, air suspension, two zone aircon, chrome trim on grille, chrome side trim, wood interior trim, rear tinted glass, etc.
Sport - based on Luxe, only with strongest engine, with black leather interior, without chrome trim and wood trim in interior, with bigger and lower bumpers, sideskirts, silver interior trim, sports seats, rear lips, 18'' alloy wheels, sports brakes, without trim on bumpers and doors, electrc adjustable seats, etc.
British Police - based on wagon version, with blue euro style lightbar, British livery and interior equipment.
German Police (Polizei) - based on sedan, with green livery and German style lightbar. There would be normal (Polizei) and interceptor variant based on Sport trim (Autobahn Polizei).
Beater - based on Classic, with rusty body, without hubcaps, smoking engine, worn interior, tow hitch, German D country oval, dealer sticker on rear glass saying ''Gavril Fischer.''
Escort - based on Royale, with tuned V6 engine, tinted glass, automatic gearbox, blue beacon and blinkers, etc.
Extended Limousine - also based on Royale, with extended wheelbase, tuned V6 engine, tinted glass, refrigerator between rear seats, etc.
Armored - based on Extended Limousine, with armored windows, doors, and with tuned engine, etc.
Custom - based on Classic, with tuned V6 engine, 18'' custom alloy wheels, large diameter exhaust, custom paint, woofers in boot, black tailights, badgeless grille, air suspension, etc.
Race - with stripped interior, roll bar, rear racing wing, race graphics, front spoiler, tuned engine, racing steering wheel, race wheels, etc.
Spoiler: Technical data
1.9 I4 8V 116 HP (1995 - 1999)
1.9 I4 16V 138 HP (1997 - 2001)
2.2 I4 150 HP (1996 - 2001)
2.8 V6 180 HP (1995 - 2000)
2.9 V6 195 HP (1998 - 2001)
3.0 V6 210 HP and 260 HP (tuned) (1995 - 2001)
2.1 Turbo Diesel I4 114 HP (1995 - 1999)
2.3 Turbo Diesel I6 125 HP (1999 - 2001)
2.6 Turbo Diesel I6 140 HP (1997 - 2000)
Unibody 4-door sedan/5-door wagon
McPherson's with coilovers
Multilink with coilovers
All 4 discs (on higher specs and sports and custom variants ventilated)
-Why should it be added?
-We don't have any Euro E-segment 90s cars, and this would be good '96 Pessima alternative.
Seems a good idea, through.
Gavril FV5 (2004-2011):
"Back in the 2000s, compact minivans were a mixed bag. On one hand, every magazine article about them had to mention the phenomenon of their popularity. On the other, they were seen as cars for those too uncool to buy an estate or SUV. Now the image has cleared - minivans are uncool and unpopular, with crossovers having pushed them off to low-budget use in the east end of the European Union."
It is a...
...2000s German compact minivan. Based on the 1st gen Ford C-Max, but with a 2nd gen Opel Zafira rear and interior. Unibody, front transverse engine, front MacPherson strut, rear torsion bar suspension. Facelifted in 2007.
Lounge - Equipped with a 1.6 105 HP/115 HP/1.8 130 HP gasoline/1.6 95 HP/110 HP/2.0 130 HP turbodiesel I4, 5-spd manual, open diff, standard suspension, basic brake pads, 15x6 steelies with 195/65 R15 tires, ABS, ESP, a radio and A/C.
Style - As above, but with an optional 150 HP 2.0 gasoline/turbodiesel I4, optional 4-spd/6-spd automatic or 6-spd manual, automatic A/C, traction control, three seat rows and 16x7 alloys with 205/60 R16 tires.
Luxe/Premium - As above, but with no 95 HP and 105 HP engine options, a glass roof, a GPS, different alloys and a Luxe pillar badge on the pre-facelift models.
S - As above, but with a 235 HP 2.0 gasoline turbo I4, no automatic option, torque vectoring, sport suspension, sport brake pads, 18x8 alloys with 225/45 R18 tires and a slight bodykit.
Beater - Based on the 2.0 130 HP manual turbodiesel Style, but with worn injectors, slight oil burning, corrosion around the door edges, dented-up bodywork and cheap 19x7 alloys with 205/45 R19 tires.
Taxi - Based on the 1.6 95 HP manual Lounge, but with a 3rd seat row, a German taxi paintjob, lightbar and ad stickers.
Polizei - Based on the 2.0 150 HP manual turbodiesel Lounge, but with a German police paintjob and lightbar.
The Awful - Based on the 2.0 150 HP manual turbodiesel Style, but with a stripped interior and exterior, welded doors and tailgate, dirt racing/banger paintjob, a rollbar and steel wheels.
Custom - Based on the S, but with 310 HP, an LSD, race suspension, 19x8 alloys with 245/40 R19 tires and a larger bodykit.
I think it should have some differences on the front. I would put headlights from Renault Scenic II Phase II.
The new RoR Gavrils were quite like mid-10s Fords in their styling.
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Well, I'm bored so I may as well talk about my favorite car to suggest every time in this useless low quality rambling dump of a thread, an early 1930's American vehicle. Not bothering to cite sources here because this isn't exactly an academic piece.
This car is the embodiment of many of the things I wish the official vehicle roster: lots and lots of real world car culture, massive customization opportunities, plenty of alternate body styles and even an export version for a country missing in game, and it would be healthy addition for career mode.
Vehicles of this era were the transition between motorized buggies and proper cars, but still early enough that there isn't much to them engineering wise. Yet these were early enough that there was some funky options. For example, the 1930's Cadillacs had 7.4L V16's. These were the only V16's in street legal factory vehicles that I know of, which means it's our only chance to see a V16 in game. Meanwhile, the Ford model B had a 3.3L i4 and the Model 18/40 had the flathead V8 (This was the first V8 for the masses). Cadillac's and Lincoln's of this era had a variety of 6-7L V12 engines. A more standard engine options would be a 6 cylinder. In other words, such a car has a wide variety of engine options which are unlike anything currently in game for reasons other than its age.
As for body styles, pretty much anything imaginable is fair game. 3/5 window coupe, 2/4 door, sedan, pickup, roadster, cabriolet, phaeton, panel van (image in spoiler below), tow truck (image in spoiler below), etc... A more interesting body to note is the 1934 Model 40 Special Speedster (image in spoiler below). It isn't the most useful or practical to have in game, but it's certainly unique.
As for that export version I mentioned, GAZ based their cars off of Ford's at this time, so this is a cheeky way to get a Soviet car in game. That's all I have to say about that. Image in spoiler below.
Spoiler: Body Style Images
Ford Panel Van
Chevy based tow truck
1934 Ford Model 40 Special Speedster
As for car culture and customization, these sorts of vehicles are iconic of American car culture in multiple genres, as well as having multiple famous appearances. The Beach Boy's 1932 Little Deuce 3 window Ford Coupe, Billy Gibbons' 1933 Ford Eliminator Coupe, Bonnie and Clyde's 1934 Ford sedan, Who Framed Roger Rabbit Toon Patrol car, and the American Graffiti 1932 Ford Coupe just to name some. These cars are associated with the mafia, law enforcement, rat rods/hot rods/mad max cars, and nearly all types of racing. This is also probably the only way we could see an open wheel car officially in game, which is a big deal. Also, although this is more of mod territory, a mini version of one of these could make an adorable legends race car. Customization parts for these in general, well... There isn't really a limit here.
Spoiler: Image Dump
Beach Boy's Deuce Coupe
Billy Gibbons Eliminator Coupe
Bonnie and Clyde car
As for how useful it would be in game: Our only chance at an open wheeled car, highly customizable, first prewar car, great for vintage racing, another police car option, another pickup truck, etc...
How about D Series truck caps? I know there are mods of it but they’re only for certain D Series trucks.
There is already an official one in game. It is called a “camper shell”, and can be found in the parts selector under “bed accessory”.
1959-1966 Wentward 1T, symbol looks like the vw one but ww instead of vw.
modifications: camper pop-up, tonneu cover for pickup, subaru flat 4
No backstory on how these vehicles fit into the lore or anything like that, just thought we needed more buses.
1. 2009 - 2018 Wentward Carrier (New Flyer XD40 (pictured) and/or XDE40 and/or XE40 (Respectively Diesel variant, Diesel-Electric Hybrid Version, and Battery-Electric Version))
Modifications/Variations: Maybe 60ft (articulated) version and maybe electric/electric-diesel hybrid/battery-electric versions like mentioned before
2. 1994 - 2017 Bruckell L-Series (Nova Bus Low Floor Series) (L stands for low, real creative name I know, same goes for "carrier" I guess)
(note it doesn't just come in articulated variants, it's just a picture I found)
Modifications/Variations: Maybe articulated variants, or opposite way around, maybe electric variants, and maybe different generations, as the Nova Bus in real life has 4 different generations (Google it if interested)
Both pictures were taken from the CPTDB wiki (Canadian Public Transport Disscussion Board)
i think a 1970 elco would be cool
the beggining of the Gavril T series.
1993 - 2001 Supōtsu Dangan ( Based off the 1997 Mazda RX7 and 1998 Toyota Supra )
"The third generation Dangan is the carrier of the TR901 Rotatory Engine, now with a Fuel Injection system instead of carburetors like the second generation. It's compact engine was well known for keeping the weight of the car down as well as giving it 50/50 weight distribution, however, reliability is not what the TR901 is known for across any generation of the Dangan."
Blown: This Dangan is the result of what happens when you don't take special care of the TR901 engine. It's engine has blown as a result of the apex seals wearing down, which allowed all fuel inside the engine to combust at once, including the fuel still being pumped in by the injectors. The TR901 now barely starts, let alone runs, but when it does run, it will be with constant misfiring and the possibility of the car stalling at the worst moment.
TR: The TR Dangan, or Turbo Rotor Dangan, is the base model of the Dangan. Given a 252hp twin rotary TR901 engine and the option of a 4 speed automatic or 5 speed manual transmission, the Dangan was a very competitive car when it came to track days and autocross events.
TTR: The TTR Dangan was exactly the same as the TR Dangan, expect it made 261hp and lost 350 pounds in weight. Still given the TR901 engine and the choice of a 4 speed automatic or 5 speed manual transmission, and with the additional choices of a optional spoiler, sunroof, and sport compound tires, the TTR Dangan was the most desired sports car by 12 year olds on forums and weeaboos.
SP: The SP Dangan was the best trim available to the public. Given a 276hp TR901S twin rotor engine, a 5 speed manual transmission, sport suspension, sport brakes, and every option available on the TTR Dangan, the SP Dangan was the closest you could get to a street legal race car from Supōtsu.
Street tuned: This modified SP Dangan makes 412hp to the rear wheels, has a Roll cage, bucket seats, 5 point racing harness, aftermarket allow 18' wheels, drilled rotors, a 5 speed manual transmission with elongated gears, and a aftermarket body kit complete with a massive spoiler. Do you think you have what it takes to drive this Dangan without winding up in a flaming wreck?
GT: The GT is the racing version of the Dangan. Given a 565hp Twin Turbo TR901GT Triple Rotor engine, a 6 speed manual transmission, and a aerodynamic racing body kit with a GT wing, this Rotary powered race car dominated the racing circuit for many years before being outrun by the next generation of GT cars a few years later.
Exterior and Interior: ( Based off the SP 5 speed manual model )
I Think Someone Should Make A BMW Similar to this
1983 - 1988 Bruckell Relajante (Based off the 1987 Buick Century and Mercury Colony Park Station Wagon)
"This station wagon was the king of the cul-de-sac in the 1980s. From the I4 base model to V8 Luxury editions, the Bruckell Relajante is the station wagon you trade in your grandpa's muscle car that you've inherited for after your wife says those 3 tragic- I mean tremendous words."
Worn: This Relajante Woodie has spent the last few decades being abused and poorly maintained by a family who couldn't care less about cars and only view them as appliances. It's worn 3.0L V6 barely starts and only makes 86hp, it's 4 speed automatic only works in Park, Reverse, Neutral, and Second gear, and it's paint job is worn and peeling off the body. Do you want to take this Deathtrap for one last ride or try to fix it up? I'll let you decide.
Base: This Relajante comes with a 90hp 2.5L I4, a RWD Drivetrain and a 3 speed automatic transmission. It also comes with the basic essentials; A/C, a Heater, a radio, seats, steering wheel, pedals, etc.
KL: The Relajante KL comes with a tuned up 2.5L I4 that makes 100hp and the choice of a 3 or 4 speed automatic transmission. Also comes with optional power seats, power windows, power locks, roof racks, allow hubcaps, and a compass mounted on the dashboard.
Woodie: The Woodie is the most popular trim of Relajante, given a 3.0L V6 that makes 110hp and a 4 speed automatic transmission plus all of the options available for the KL and wood trim.
Sport: The Relajante Sport is the compromise you and your wife had when discussing the car to get for your family. With it's 3.8L 150hp V6 and 4 speed automatic transmission with overdrive, it has the performance of a sports car with the practicality of a Minivan. Also comes with the same options as the KL.
Custom: This modified Relajante was turned into a V8 Monster by a teenager who wanted a car to troll every Civetta or modified Sunburst that came across it on the interstate. Given a 5.6L Supercharged V8 making 670hp and a 5 speed manual transmission, this wagon will go faster then a bat outta Hell with even the slightest blip of the throttle.
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the Woodie model)