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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
why anyone dont make knight rider and mustang hoonigan
Maybe learn how to write before you learn that there is hoonigan mod
thank you so much mate but i want this
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2004 - 2006 Gavril MZ200 (Based off the 2004 Ford GT and 2006 Lamborghini Miura Concept)
The Gavril MZ200RS, named after it's ability to accelerate over 200mph, from the 1960s was the car that beat Civetta in the 24 hour of Le Mans not just once or twice, but four times back to back. To celebrate Gavril's heritage, or rather to try fire up an old rivalry with Civetta, Gavril decided to bring back the MZ200 name. This mid engine, rear wheel drive American super car is all about speed, acceleration, handling, and showing the Italians that Americans are capable of making cars that can reach ludicrous speeds.
Standard: The standard MZ200 comes with a 550hp 5.4L V8 coupled to a 6 speed manual transmission, and nothing else. It also comes with top of the line AM/FM radio with a CD player, A/C and a heater, traction control, doors that take parts of the roof with them when they open, and not much else. Racing Stripes are optional.
The Heritage: The Heritage is a MZ200 that's been given a paint job mimicking the iconic Number 2 MZ200RS that won Le Mans back in 1966. It's engine has also been tuned to make 565hp and it has been given custom wheels that also mimic those that were on Number 2.
RS2: The MZ200RS2 was Gavril's attempt to win Le Mans and beat Civetta once more. It is powered by a 600hp race tuned 5.5L V8 that is coupled to a 6 speed sequential transmission. It has also been given racing suspension, Semi Slick tires, a full roll cage, a aerodynamic racing wide body kit, a GT Wing, and racing paint jobs that mimic the ones on the 1960s MZ200RSs. 6 of these cars were built, 4 were used to enter Le Mans, and none of them crossed the finish line due to accidents on the track.
Speed Freak: The Speed Freak is a heavily modified MZ200 that was designed to go as fast as possible in a straight line. It is powered by a custom built 1000hp 6.5L V12 that revs up to 11,000rpm and runs like Hell that is coupled to a 6 speed manual transmission with longer gear ratios that, in theory, take this MZ200 up to speeds around 267mph. The car has also been stripped of excess weight, given a aerodynamic racing body kit with front canards, and has been given a under-tray to eliminate excess drag. However, it's creator filed for bankruptcy and hid the car away before he could test out his creation. Do you want to see if his car can really reach the 260mph mark, or at least fail trying to?
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the Standard model)
1994-2000 Hirochi Zeitaku
The Zeitaku is a full-size luxury sedan manufactured by Hirochi from 1994 to 2000. The Zeitaku is based of the 1994-2000 Lexus LS400.
Engines: The Zietaku only came with 1 motor option: a 4.0L V8
ngl this idea is pretty epic too
why not a trophy truck?
How about a mod for a 2020 Toyota RAV 4
Or a newest gen Fusion/Mondeo
Moretti Automobili, Ltd.
The Berlina would be Beam's counterpart to the likes of the Maserati Ghibli and Alfa Romeo Giulia. Great engine noise, performance, styling, and luxury features, but with a questionable build quality. Styling would be a combo of both cars. Below are some trim levels ideas:
-Berlina L: Lowest trim with basic features and a V6 pushing out around 250HP; mostly show, not much go.
-Berlina S: Sportier trim with a turbocharged V6 and a quad exhaust system and larger brakes. Pushes around 300-325 HP.
-Berlina Lusso: Highest luxury-oriented trim offered by Moretti. Leather, hand-stitched seats with impact detection and advanced cruise control. Chrome-trimmed grille and 21-inch polished chrome wheels. V6 pushes around 350 HP.
-Berlina Veloce: Sportiest trim (excluding the Veloce R). Carbon trim with slightly adjusted front/rear fascias. Interior is more race-oriented, with the option for "Corsa" mode, which is the best option for track use. Paddle shifters with the option for a manual. Pushes out 430 HP.
-Berlina Veloce R: Most extreme road-legal Berlina with a bodykit and carbon trim. Flared fenders, 21-inch wheels, fat tires, carbon-ceramic brakes, and race suspension. Manual transmission. Race seats with a very minimal interior to save weight. V8 shared with GT4 track car puts out 500 naturally-aspirated Italian horses. Built with active track use in mind. Only 500 produced.
-Berlina GT4: Track-oriented beast with a stripped-out interior, race slicks, a roll cage, and a carbon-fiber front splitter/rear diffuser. Panels constructed of lightweight carbon fiber. Dual corsa exhaust system that spits flames between shifts. Very grippy and hugs corners well. V8 pushes out 500 HP, though it's de-tuned to meet class standards.
Think of a new name. Moretti is a real life brand that produced little sportscars in the 50s
1959 - 1961 Bruckell Hunter ( Based off the 1960 Chevrolet Impala and the 1961 Mercury Meteor 800 )
The Bruckell Hunter was Bruckell's attempt to make a car that could do anything you needed it too. From Coupes to Wagons, Cop Cars to Taxis, and Sedans to Hearses, the Bruckell Hunter was the jack of all trades that sparked a rivalry between Gavril and Bruckell.
Base: The Base Hunter is powered by a 136hp 3.9L I6 or a 185hp 4.6L V8 coupled to a choice of either a 3 speed manual or 2 speed automatic transmission with options such as front and rear armrests, an electric clock, dual sliding sun visors, crank-operated front vent windows, and even a six-way power seat if you payed a little extra. The Base hunter was available in either a Sedan or Wagon body style.
Taxi: The Hunter Taxi is a slightly modified base model Hunter sedan. It is powered by a 185hp 4.6L V8 coupled to a 3 speed manual transmission, but it's been given heavy duty suspension, steelies, a bright yellow paintjob, Taxi decals, and a front and rear bench seats taken out of a higher trim Hunter.
283: The 283 Hunter is powered by a tuned 200hp 4.6L V8 coupled to a 3 speed w/ overdrive manual or 2 speed automatic transmission, and is available in a Coupe, Sedan, or Wagon body style. It also comes with every option on the base model as standard, including a few new ones, such as decorative chrome trim, a cassette player whitewall tires, body matching colored wheels with chrome hubcaps, a white or black roof, and a limited slip differential.
283S: The 283S was the sport model of the 283 trim, coming with a 230hp 4 barrel carb 4.6L V8 coupled to a 4 speed manual transmission in a Coupe or Convertible body. It has every option available on the 283, and comes with some new options, such as special S badges, a compass mounted on the dash, sport suspension, sport brakes, sport tires, and leather seats.
Interceptor: The Hunter Interceptor is a Black and White 283 Sedan with the 230hp 4.6L V8 and 4 speed manual transmission out of the 283S made available only to law enforcement officers. It also comes with sport suspension, sport brakes, sport tires, a red "bubble gum" light and a siren mounted on the roof, police decals, and front and rear push bars.
348: The 348 Hunter was the top of the line model, coming with a 250hp 5.7L 4 barrel carb V8 coupled to a 4 speed manual or 3 speed automatic transmission while having every option available on the 283 model, along with some new ones, such as leather seats, sport brakes, sport tires, a two tone paint job, and a landau top for every body style, aside from the convertible for obvious reasons.
Hearse: The Hearse is a modified 348 Station Wagon designed to carry your family and friends once they all kick the bucket and leave you alone in this cold and bitter world. It comes with a rear seat delete to make room for the coffin, rear window curtains, rollers on top of a polished wooden slab in the back of the car, a divider between the rear compartment and the front leather seats, a black landau top with chrome landau bars, whitewall tires, heavy duty suspension, and a guarantee that if you drive this car, not a lot of people are going to ever talk to you.
348S: The 348S is the sport version of the 348 Coupe and Convertible. It comes with a 320hp 5.7L V8 coupled to a 4 speed manual transmission and every option available on the 348 and 283S.
348 Monster: The 348 Monster is a 348S Coupe on steroids built with the need for speed. It is powered by a 350hp triple 2 barrel carb V8 couple to a 4 speed manual transmission with extended gear ratios. It also has every option on the 348S, along with Monster badges, chrome Alder Powr-Push wheels, racing suspension, race brakes, wood trim, and the attention of every cop within a 10 mile radius.
Custom: The Custom is a modified 348 Sedan that has been given some modern touches. It's powered by a 422hp 6.2L V8 out of a modern Muscle car coupled to a 5 speed manual transmission, leather bucket seats in the front, racing tires, 4 wheel disc brakes, electronic ABS, sway bars, and a modern AM/FM radio with a CD player.
Dragula: Dragula is a heavily modified Hunter Hearse that is powered by a heavily modified Supercharged 5.7L V8 that makes over 1600hp to the rear wheels coupled to a 4 speed automatic drag racing transmission that can get this Hearse from Hell across the finish line in the 1/4 mile in about 8 seconds. It also has a stripped interior, a full roll cage, semi slick tires, a custom Dragula livery, and a tendency to lift this 6000 pound barge's front wheels off the ground. Make sure you have a wheelie bar and working brakes installed!
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the 348 Coupe manual model)
Midsized american sedan, 1961-2030
2015-2020 | 2021 redesign, ss was released in 2016, gts was released in 2018
F- 2.5L i4, 3.8L i6 230-345hp bare bones essentials, common fleet car
B-2.5L i4, 3.8L i6 230-345hp base trim, cloth seats, AC, Radio
M- 2.5L i4, 3.8L i6 230-345hp mid level trim, leather seats, AC, Radio/GPS (8" screen), Minimal chrome trim
L- 2.5L i4, 3.8L i6, 3.8L turbo i6 230-345-415hp premium trim, Leather seats, AC, 3-level/back and/or leg heated seats, Radio/GPS (8" screen), Chrome trim
S-2.5L i4, 3.8L i6 230-345hp sport trim, Leather sport seats, AC, Radio/GPS (8" screen), red trim, aggressive intakes, small spoiler
LT- 2.5L i4, 3.8L i6, 3.8L turbo i6 230-345-415hp Luxury trim, Leather seats, AC, 3-level/back and/or leg heated seats, Radio/GPS (9" screen), heads up display, Excessive chrome trim,
GT6- 3.8L turbo i6 415hp sport trim, Leather sport seats, AC, Radio/GPS (8" screen), red trim, aggressive intakes, small spoiler
GT8- 5.0L v8 460hp sport trim, Leather sport seats, AC, Radio/GPS (8" screen), red trim, aggressive intakes, small spoiler
SS (street sport)- 6.5L v8 570hp sport trim, Leather sport seats, red trim, very aggressive intakes, medium spoiler, Leather seats, AC, 3-level/back and/or leg heated seats, Radio/GPS (8" screen)
GTS- 5.0L supercharged v8 670hp, sport trim, Leather sport seats, red trim, very aggressive intakes, medium spoiler, Leather seats, AC, 3-level/back and/or leg heated seats, Radio/GPS (8" screen)
Venom-6.3L v10 600hp exotic trim, Leather seats, AC, 3-level/back and/or leg heated seats, Radio/GPS (9" screen), heads up display, red trim
Venom Blood Red- 6.3L supercharged v10 837hp exotic trim, Leather seats, AC, 3-level/back and/or leg heated seats, Radio/GPS (9" screen), heads up display, red trim
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Dang, I was going to use that name! Great Idea! There should be a special with the 378 dual 790cfm 4 barrel, 425hp, 490lb ft (gross)
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Dang, I was going to use the Hunter name. Great idea! There should be a V8 Special version with dual hood scoops, a 425 gross horsepower 378, a set of 2 790cfm 4 barrel carbs, mag wheels, heavy duty suspension, front discs, black hood, and decals that portray a waving american flag with its pole crossing the pole of a checkered flag with "378 special" written out just above the crossing of the poles. The decals would be on the front fenders, steering wheel, and on the rear face near the right tail light.
1997-2004 Gavril Vendetta
The Vendetta is a front engine RWD 2 door and 2 passenger sports car manufactured by Gavril throughout 1997 to 2004 and is the successor to the older Vendetta. The 1997-2004 Gavril Vendetta is based off the 1997-2004 Chevrolet Corvette C5.
ngl this is also epic
Etk Mairo B5 1,9TDI Diesel
they literally said no real life cars
I can't understand there is no number plate
they said to not suggest cars from real life, if it doesnt have a number plate it doesnt change the fact that it is a real life car
Edited happy now???