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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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  2. No, it's impossible, sorry.

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  1. JDMguy05

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    2015-Current Hirochi Sunburst (gen 4 if you will)
    In 2014, Hirochi got tired of the Sunburst's design from 2009, so they redesigned it for the new year
    Based off of the 2015 Impreza/WRX and 2017 Impreza re-design:
    Sport RS-based models have this design (Sport RS, Off-Road, Rally, etc) 2015-Current

    Base models after/during 2017-Current have this design
    upload_2019-10-5_9-44-10.jpeg Base models 2015-2016 have this design.


    I was gonna include the Mitsu Evo, but the year ranges are really far apart with little to no facelifts and Mitsu's definitely not doing it again.
     
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  2. ManfredE3

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    After some research I learned that there is a 2 cylinder motorbike engine called a V7, though it only makes about 50hp
     
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    the 1986 Hirochi SBR (sucsessor to the SBR4) its just a fast sketch but its based on the subaru xt6, and lotus esprit, it has 4 seats RWD, Rear Boxer 4 2L with 120-160 HP, in my picture the greenhouse is a little to wide and high
     

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  4. nowysen

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    epic
     
  5. esesesel

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    The 2020 ETK L Series, a euro style van, only diesel, i4 2L 100-160 HP, i6 180-230 HP, variants include 3 different lenghths, 2 differemt heights, Ambulance, flatbed, Box upfit, RV, Electric Variant etkvan.png
     
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  6. nowysen

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    epic as all of your ideas
     
  7. ManfredE3

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    I'd like to have a chat about some racing disciplines currently missing from the game. For a physics sim with career mode coming up, we are rather light on racing disciplines.

    I was playing with the Big Rig in Wreckfest and realized how few games there are that have larger racing vehicles which drive alright. We already have the T-Series, so... May as well make it into a race truck.

    Bandit Big Rig Series: PDF of rules off of their website: https://www.banditseries.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/2019-Bandit-Big-Rig-Rules-v2.pdf.
    Stereotypical big rig circuit racing, just in the US instead of Europe or South America like the more well knows series are. Older class 7 Ford's and Peterbilts seem to be a common choice, so the T-Series would fit. From a quick look at the rules I don't see any reason why the T65 shorty wouldn't be an acceptable platform for this. Their 2019 schedule is all 1/2 mile paved ovals, but we could toss one around Belasco Motorsport Park's main circuit just for fun.



    Great American Truck Race: I can't find too much info on this and only learned about it 2mn ago, but it looks awesome.


    Drag Racing:
    I've seen a lot of forms of semi truck drag racing over the years. With or without trailers, sensible work rigs to factory looking trucks with specialized drive-trains to heavily modified/custom builds to jet trucks. I guess this is kinda doable already if you just take the ram plow off of the T65 Ram plow config. Still, seeing it properly in game would be a unique feature to see.

    Off-Road Truck Racing: The only one of these I can think of is Dakar, and those teams don't use stuff like the T-Series. So a bit of a dead end here without any new trucks going in game. There are a couple of one off trucks I've seen similar to the T-Series which have been modified for off road though.

    Monster Trucks: Well, I'm sure this one would be controversial. No, I'm not talking about the CRD mod, I mean old school lifted trucks for events. Just a fun way to mess around and maybe have a silly race once in awhile.

    Drag Racing: We already have drag cars, but it would be nice to see them organized a bit more. Modification parts for drag racing is limited currently and we don't have them split into classes at all. Drag racing could give a lot of game play value if it's given sufficient attention. Start out by racing an early game street car running way too much boost and work your way up to pro-mods, making some occasional stops for special niche events like gassers, pro FWD, and a Beat the Heat (https://jalopnik.com/drag-race-a-cop-in-beat-the-heat-challenge-5236317)

    Land Speed Cars: The obvious issue here is the lack of official salt flat map, but let's ignore that for now. These cars are just awesome looking. That's really just why I want them, they look cool. With the exception of the map, a lot of the content that would be required for these could be easily used elsewhere. General customization/speed parts, generally cool and versatile vintage cars, etc...

    Obviously Wreckfest has the audience for most of these covered, but this game already exists so it may as well toss in some stuff to cover these. These would require some additional vehicle content such as relocated gas tanks and some tracks, but the tracks are always useful for general gameplay and this is a lot of possible racing content. A blindfolded taxicab race sounds like a hectic time and a banger caravan race would be a nice use for our caravan. Flagpole racing would be a nice way to take up something Wreckfest seems to have forgotten, which really annoys me because those look like fun.



    I'm just gonna plop a specific suggestion here just to have one in this post.

    Toyota MR2/Pontiac Fiero competitor: Another car which is not front engined would be nice to see. The MR2 is great for budget speed and the Fiero is great for kit car builds. I don't expect kit cars to be coming to BeamNG, but a Civetta kit car based on an American 4 cylinder car would be hilarious.
     
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  8. Subo M O D E

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    Ibishu joycab
    Toyota funcargo
    Specs v6 engine 4 cylinder
    Base version
    Comes with 2 airbags abs esc
    Sport version
    V8 engine 198hp
    I8
     

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  9. Alex_Farmer557

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    you couldnt fit a v8 or i8 into that
     
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  10. nowysen

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    V6 engine 4 cylinder...
    wtf?
     
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  11. Nathan24™

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    V8 in that? Dafuq?
     
  12. nowysen

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    also a I8, and V6 4 cylinder!
    my braincells:
     
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    1991-1996 Ibishu Tempo
    The 1991-1996 Ibishu Tempo is a RWD mid engined 2 seat roadster kei car based off the 1991-1996 Honda Beat.


    Engines:
    656cc Inline 3 (yep thats true)

    Transmissions:
    5-speed manual
    4-speed auto

    Variants:
    Base: Stock Tempo with factory Inline 3 motor with 656cc paired with either a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission. Also available with convertible soft top.
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    there really wasnt that much to put into that one
     
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  14. PS2THEME

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    yea probably an I4
     
  15. Subo M O D E

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    Gavril Rambo
    Dodge 1500 Ram
    3.9L v6 engine
    175hp 4800Rpm
    230 3200Rpm torque
    Rwd
    5 speed manual
    Ibishu E-Centurion
    Toyota rav4 EV
    Specs
    The battery pack is a 386 V lithium-ion battery pack comprising about 4,500 cells and rated at 41.8 kW. h of usable energy at full charge, with a maximum power output of 129 kW. The E-centurion
    features a 10 kW onboard charger (SAE J1772 240 V, 40 A input)
     

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  16. nowysen

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    nah, a V6 with 4 cylinders.
     
  17. SuperSonicSmasher

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    Bruckell Basher (1997 - 2002): Dodge Dakota, Dodge Ram

    Background

    As the Gavril D-Series started to enter its second generation, Bruckell did not have much to show for, due to them not having as much of a success as Gavril did when it came to trucks. But they wanted to give the truck market another try. So, they introduced their new revised pickup truck, named the "Basher". It got its name when a vehicle tester accidentally drove the new truck into the back of the head manufacturer's car. The car's rear was destroyed, but to the amusement of it, the truck was seemingly left unscathed. This made the man laugh as he said, "Yeah! You bashed it up pretty good!"

    Trim Levels
    Bruckell used a naming system similar to Gavril, but each had different meanings. Each trim level was made by mixing any of the naming conventions. The system had its own little convention: one for the cab, one for the size of the truck, and one for the specifications.

    The cab convention was as follows:
    "SC" stands for Single Cab. Only 3 can fit.
    "DC" stands for Dual Cab. You can fit 5, but the 2 in the back are a bit squashed.
    "TC" stands for Tetra Cab. Here, you can fit a huge family of 6 in the truck.

    The size convention was as follows:
    "15" meant the truck wasn't that long; the size of your average base model truck.
    "25" meant the truck gained an extra 10" on the frame.
    "35" meant the truck gained another 5" on top of the previous 10, and it came with dually wheels in the rear.
    "45" and "55" models gained only 5" extra, and only came with the cab on the frame; the customer could ask for a bed, however.

    The specification convention was as follows:
    If nothing was at the end, then the truck came with a 3.9L N/A V-6 and it was rear-wheel-drive.
    If a "V-8" was added, the truck either came with the 5.2L or 5.9L N/A V-8 (The "15" and "25" models came with the 5.2L, while the "35" models came with the 5.9L).
    If a "4WD" was added, the truck came with the optional four-wheel-drive system.
    If a "Diesel" was added, the truck came with the 6.2L N/A diesel V-8 (The "45" and "55" models had this engine standard; it could be fit into the "35" model).
    If an "SS" was added, the truck's engine came with a supercharger (Stage 1 or Stage 2) or a turbocharger (Stage 1 or Stage 2; "35" models only).
    If an "R" was added, it could be one of two things, depending on the model. The "15" and "25" models came with a Stage 3 supercharged 5.9L V-8. The "35" model came with a Stage 3 turbocharged 8.0L V-10. The 35 R versions were nicknamed "Boss".

    From these conventions, the customer could make any pickup he or she wanted by mixing up the conventions to create their own, personal, customized trim level. Due to this, some trim levels have become very rare.

    Here are some example trim levels:
    Bruckell Basher SC-15
    Bruckell Basher DC-25 V-8
    Bruckell Basher TC-35 Diesel SS
    Bruckell Basher DC-45 Diesel
    Bruckell Basher SC-55 Diesel 4WD R
     
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    1968 - 1971 Bruckell Wombat (Based off the 1968 Chevrolet Corvette (C3))

    ( Gonna try listing cars in a new way, let me know if I should go back to the old way or stick with the new way )

    The Third Gen Bruckell Wombat is a late 60s American Sports Car designed to compete with the likes of Civetta and ETK in the late 60s and early 70s before getting a complete redesign in 1972. Built for going fast in a straight line and filling every Boomer with envy for it's driver, the Bruckell Wombat is a time capsule from a almost forgotten and hated era of American Culture.

    Parts available:


    Engines:
    5.4L V8 (300 - 350hp)
    5.7L V8 (270 - 350hp)
    7.0L V8 (390hp)
    7.0L 3 Carbureted V8 (400-435hp)
    7.4L V8 (360 - 430hp)
    7.4L V8 Modified (450hp NA, 650 - 1350hp Supercharged)

    Transmissions:
    3 speed automatic
    3 speed manual
    4 speed automatic
    4 speed manual

    Other:
    Convertible, Hard, or T-Top
    Side Pipes
    Chrome Wheels
    Wood Trim
    Ram hood scoop
    Sway Bars
    Anti-Roll Bars
    Racing Tires
    Drag Tires
    Racing Suspension
    Roll Cage
    Bucket Seats

    Exterior and Interior: (Based on Convertible 4 speed manual model)
     

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    1980-1987 Bruckell Hawk
    The 1980-1987 Bruckell Hawk is a compact 4WD passenger vehicle built by Bruckell from 1979-1987 and is based off the 1980-1987 AMC Eagle


    Engines:
    2.5L I4
    4.2L I6
    3.6L I6 Turbo Diesel

    Transmissions:
    4-speed Manual
    5-speed Manual
    3-speed Automatic

    Body Styles:
    2-door Coupe
    2-door Liftback
    2-door Hatchback
    4-door Sedan
    4-door Station Wagon
    2-door Convertible

    Variants:
    Offroader: Custom Hawk with 10in lift, big offroad wheels and tires, snorkel, fog lights, and a roof rack. Equipped with 3-speed automatic or a 4-speed manual with all body style options available.
    Police: A Police Hawk with police liveries and lights and available as a station wagon or sedan.









     
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