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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
make a european truck
2005 - 2010 Bruckell Mercenary (Based off the 2006 Hummer H3 and the 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe)
The Bruckell Mercenary started out as a Armored SUV designed for Military use that was eventually made available for the public to buy, and two generations later it devolved into a grocery-getter used by people who tried to join the army but never made the cut and spends their time going to the gun range, watching Football, and drinking cheap beer while chain-smoking 3 packs of Lama Cigarettes.
Base: The Base Mercenary is powered by a 220hp 3.5L I5 coupled to either a 5 speed manual or 4 speed automatic transmission, though after 2007 the 3.5 was replaced with a 242hp 3.7L I5. It also comes with ESC, TC, alloy wheels, a leather wrapped steering wheel, cloth seats, a AM/FM radio, CD player, and 4X4 capabilities. It was also available in a SUV or Pickup Truck body.
V8: The Mercenary V8 was the top dog of the lineup, coming equipped with a 300hp 5.3L V8 and a choice of a 5 speed manual or 4 speed automatic transmission. It also came with Chrome alloy wheels, GPS, leather seats, heated front seats, a premium 6 speaker sound system, a sunroof, and Parking assist. Like the base model, it was also available in a SUV or Pickup Truck body.
The Patriot: The Patriot is a customized Mercenary V8 Truck built to pay tribute to those who serve our country and pad the wallets of our Government Officials. It has been painted Desert Brown, Star decals on the front doors, Black STX Wheels, a Black brush guard, a black roof rack with spotlights, and a USA flag painted on the tailgate.
Bro-dozer: The Bro-dozer is a modified 2007 Base Mercenary SUV built by someone who wanted a truck that can go offroad, but he freaks out when a spec of dirt gets on his SUV. It's been lifted, given mud tires, a black bull-bar with a skidplate and fog lights, a Camo paint job, Black STX wheels, and it's 3.7L I5 has been given a turbocharger and had it's horsepower increased to 280.
Lunatic: The Lunatic is a Mercenary V8 SUV that's been heavily modified for off road racing. It's been given a Twin Turbo 7.2L V8 that makes over 870hp coupled to a 6 speed manual transmission, nitrous, Black STX wheels, racing offroad suspension, brakes, tires, sway bars, a stripped interior, racing bucket seats, a full roll cage, an exoskeleton around the cab, a reinforced bullbar, roof mounted spot lights, a Gunmetal Grey paintjob with WWII Fighter Plane decals, and a reinforced chassis that allows this behemoth of a SUV to bully smaller cars off the course and into a tree. She's also good for a few good jumps without needing a alignment.
Exterior and Interior: (Based on the Base Automatic SUV model)
1984 - 1987 Ibishu Kame (Based off the 1985 Toyota Corolla Sport and the 1984 Nissan 200SX)
This Ibishu Kame was a dirt cheap economy car that quadruped in value because Weeaboos would buy these cars in bulk, instantly think that they were drift experts, and then wrap them around a telephone pole within a few months of owning it. The Ibishu Kame may not be fast, good looking, cheap, and can get it's rear end kicked by a Covet ZXi, but at least they're reliable... kinda.
The Weeb: The Weeb is how most Kames look like now if they haven't already been wrecked. It's covered in rust spots, the paint is faded, the plastic bumpers are cracked, one of the headlights is stuck up, the 1.5L SOHC Carbureted I4 is barely making 60hp, it's been given a white and black two tone paint job with "Fumimoto Sushi Shop" stickers on the passenger door, and there's stickers of animated little girls on the rear window that will get you a surprise visit from Chris Hansen.
SX: The Kame SX is the Kame that was never advertised in brochures or on television because it was the base model of all base model cars. It came with a 80hp 1.5L SOHC Carbureted I4 coupled to either a 5 speed manual or 4 speed automatic transmission. There's not really much to say about this car, aside from that fact that it's less equipped then a V8 Bluebuck. It's also available in a Coupe or Liftback body.
SXi: The SXi is what most think is the base model of the Kame simply because they've never heard of the SX model. It comes with the same engine and transmission as the SX model, but it comes with A/C, a Heater, a Radio with a Casette player, Aluminum Alloy Wheels, medium compound tires, partially colored bumpers, and SXi decals on the doors. It's also available in a Coupe or Liftback body.
SRS: The Kame SRS is the car that's had it's price inflated the most over the past decade and has sadly been the one that has been wrecked the most. It comes with a 118hp 1.5L DOHC I4 coupled to a 5 speed manual or 4 speed automatic transmission. It's also been given a two tone paint job, sway bars, sport suspension, a LSD, sport tires, basket weave wheels, sport brakes, bucket seats, and SRS decals on the bottom of the doors. It's also available in a Coupe or Liftback body.
Rally: The Rally Coupe is a modified Kame SRS designed to compete in Group A rally racing. It comes with a race tuned 1.5L DOHC I4 that makes 180hp, a quick ratio 5 speed manual transmission, rally suspension, rally tires, rally sway bars, a racing LSD, a skid plate, light pods, a full roll cage, racing bucket seats, a nomi racing wheel, Derid RallyPro wheels, rally decals, and a lip spoiler.
Race: The Kame Race Liftback is powered by a modified 1.5L DOHC I4 that makes 220hp coupled to a 6 speed racing manual transmission. It's also been given racing suspension, racing sway bars, a racing LSD, racing tires, racing brakes, a full roll cage, a nomi racing wheel, racing bucket seats, Clockwise 533 wheels, racing decals, a racing body kit, a carbon fiber hood, and a GT wing.
Street Tuned: The Street Tuned Liftback is built for one thing and one thing only, racing on the street. It is powered by a Turbocharged 250hp 2.0L I4 out of a 200BX coupled to a 5 speed manual transmission. It has also been given racing suspension, racing sway bars, a racing LSD, racing tires, racing brakes, a full roll cage, a nomi racing wheel, racing bucket seats, Okudai TWE wheels, a racing body kit, a lip spoiler and GT wing combo, fixed headlights, and aerodynamic rear view mirrors.
Drift: The Kame Drift Liftback is a Weeaboo's wet dream. It is powered by a 220hp modified 1.5L DOHC I4 coupled to a 5 speed quick ratio manual transmission. It has also been given racing suspension, racing sway bars, a racing LSD, sport tires, racing brakes, a full roll cage, racing bucket seats, a nomi racing wheel, black ETK F13-9 wheels, a white and black two tone paint job, a carbon fiber hood, sponsor stickers on both doors, and a lip spoiler.
Wangan: The Kame Wangan Coupe was designed for top speed runs on the interstate at the cost of any and all practicality. It is powered by a 800hp Bi-Turbo 2.0L I4 out of a 200BX coupled to a 6 speed racing manual transmission. It has also been given a heavily reinforced body and chassis, racing suspension, racing sway bars, a racing LSD, racing tires, racing brakes, a full roll cage, a nomi racing wheel, racing bucket seats, Okudai PR02 wheels, a racing body kit, a carbon fiber hood, and a lip spoiler.
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the SXi Manual Liftback model)
Toyota Corona, any generation
1968 - 1979 Streitwagen Bus (Based off the 1971 VW Type 2 and the 1972 Renault Estafette)
The Streitwagen Bus was the result of the need to make a utilitarian Van/Truck for Streitwagen's home country of post-war Germany. There's very few vehicles that are as mechanically simple as the Bus, but that just means that it's incredibly easy to modify these vans/trucks to be one of a kind, which people often do.
The Traveler: The Traveler is a modified Abenteurer Bus built by a paranoid Hippie who just wanted to have a good time he probably wouldn't remember the next day. It's been given a psychedelic paint job, the interior is lined with aluminum foil, the suspension is a bit worn from carrying various large amounts of cargo over the past 53 years, it's been given aftermarket 5 spoke wheels after it's original ones turned to rust, and the engine is held together via various bodge jobs and has been converted to run on used cooking oil. It's 1.7L Boxer 4 engine is making around 50hp and is coupled to a 4 speed manual transmission. Care to take a trip to the other side?
Base: The Base Bus is powered by a 50hp 1.6L Boxer 4 engine coupled to a 4 speed manual transmission, and is available in a Van or Truck body style. There's not much to say about this bus, it's as basic as a pair of blue jeans. Though for those who are wondering as to why the amount of horsepower for all stock Buses are so low, the boxer engines are focused on Torque, not horsepower.
Durchschnittlich: The Durchschnittlich Bus is the most common Bus you will see on German and Californian roads if you were around in the 1970s. It came with a 1.7L Boxer 4 that makes 66hp with a 4 speed manual transmission or 62hp with a 3 speed automatic transmission. The Durchschnittlich Bus also came with Chrome hub caps, chrome mirrors, floor mats, A/C, a Heater, and a AM radio.
Abenteurer: The Abenteurer Bus is the Camper version of the Durchschnittlich Van. It comes with everything a Camper needs; a working stove and sink, some chairs, a table, a bed put over the 1.7L Boxer 4 engine, window curtains and covers, tow hooks in case your Bus got stuck offroad, heavy duty suspension, and a mini fridge.
Meister: The Meister Bus is powered by a 67hp 1.8L Boxer 4 coupled to either a 4 speed manual or 3 speed automatic transmission and is available in a Van or Truck body. It also comes with every option on the Durchschnittlich bus as standard, along with some new ones, such as a Chrome badge on the front, chrome bumpers, a two tone paint job, chrome trim, roof racks for the Van body, and bed rails for the Truck body.
König: The König is the best Bus you can get. It comes with a 70hp 2.0L Boxer 4 coupled to either a 4 speed manual or 3 speed automatic transmission. It also comes with every option on the Meister, along with new ones, such as a sun roof, whitewall tires, a front mounted spare tire, a skid plate, and slightly different tail lights.
Restomod: The Restomod is a modified Abenteurer that's been given modern touches, such as a whole new gauge cluster, a brand new interior, a two tone Orange and White orange, chrome trim, chrome bumpers, a chrome roof rack, sport tires, Okudai KRW wheels, sway bars, and a 205hp Boxer 4 coupled to a 6 speed manual transmission out of a modern sports car.
Sleeper: The Sleeper is a heavily modified Base Van model designed to turn heads with it's speed instead of it's looks. It has a 565hp twin turbo Boxer 6 engine coupled to a racing 6 speed manual transmission, a stripped interior with a full roll cage, racing bucket seats, a wooden steering wheel, Alder Dragger wheels that have been spray painted matte black, semi slick tires, a coat of faded yellow paint covered in dirt, scratches, and rust spots, racing suspension, racing sway bars, racing brakes, and a headlight intake.
Exterior and Interior: ( Based off the Abenteurer model )
cherrier petite auto a 2020 renault clio
suggesting someone do something based on the F150/F250 raptor, we havent really seen modern trucks and i absolutely love this thing. It doesnt necessarily have to be based on ford trucks at all but just any modern truck would do i guess.
THATS A WAY BETTER IDEA
How about a Modern Supercar?
1982-87 M939 5-ton 6x6 Truck (Gavril T-Series TITANIUM)
= 8.3L I6 (240 hp)
= 8.7 L V8 (260 hp)
= 5-speed automatic + 2-speed transfer case
= 7-speed manual + 2-speed transfer case (aftermarket only)
= Stage 1
= Stage 2
= Stage 3
An all-electric car that has no gas-powered variant, and a huge infotainment screen similar to a tesla.
The Gavril Horizon (1998-2004)
Based of Volvo V70
Base : manual-5, Radio CD, Plastic, Basic tyres
Premium : Manual-6 or Auto-3, DVD, 60% steel, 16 inch tyres.
Turbo : Manual-6, GPS, Dual 3 inch SDTV for passengers, 5 cylinders engine
Turbo + (2001-2004) : Manual-6, Auto-4 or Auto-5, GPS, Dual 3 inch SDTV for passengers, Aluminium, 5 cylinders engine
Price in 2001
Base : $11,000 (now $16,100)
Premium : $13,500 (now $19,700)
Turbo : $20,000 (now $29,200)
Turbo + : $22,500 (now $32,850)
1973 - 1979 Bowen Chahta ( Based off the 1977 Cadillac Eldorado and the 1978 Lincoln Continental )
"Larger then life"
Have you ever wanted to drive a 2 door coupe that's slightly older then cell phones, as big as a modern Crew Cab Pickup, and as luxurious as a mansion on Beverly Hills? If so, the Chahta, a RWD couple built by Bruckell's luxury car division Bowen, is here for you in all it's oversized glory!
Beached Whale: The Beached Whale is a 1973 - 1976 Chahta that's a few miles away from being scrap iron. It's covered in rust spots, the paint is faded, the suspension is shot, the interior looks like a rabid dog tore it to shreds, the 8.2L V8 will explode like an actual beached whale sooner rather then later. Sure, there's better used cars you can find online for the 3 grand the owner of this clunker wants, but I bet you can't find anything more luxurious... hey, stop looking at used LeGrans!
1973 - 1976 Chahta: The 1973 - 1976 Chanta is powered by a 235hp 8.2L V8 coupled to a 3 speed Automatic transmission. It also comes with a plush interior, "soft pillow" door panels, opera windows on the C pillars, a rear "lamp monitor" display which showed the driver the function of the turn signal, brake and tail-lamps, disc brakes, sway bars, and a landua top.
1977 - 1978 Chahta: The 1977 - 1978 Chahta is exactly the same as the 1973 - 1976 model, except it's 8.2L V8 has been swapped with a 7.0L V8 that only makes 180hp, but the body is also a full inch longer then the 1973 - 1976 version, so it has size going for it.
Thumper: Thumper is a modified 1973 - 1976 Chahta painted dark purple with a gold landau top and gold trim. It's also been given a white leopard print plush interior, hydraulics, gold Alder Luxo wheels, a bobble head of the famous basketball player Toby "Lightning" Monroe mounted on the dash, massive subwoofers placed in the trunk, speakers placed on the rear shelf, and given gold pinstripes along the sides, hood, and trunk of the Chahta.
Retro: The Retro Chahta is a modern luxury coupe in a old boxy body covered in ludicrous amounts of chrome. It's been given a Silver paint job, ETK xSport wheels, sport tires, sport suspension, sport disc brakes, sport sway bars, a modified 450hp 7.0L V8 coupled to a 4 speed automatic transmission, and a redone interior with a modern infotainment system.
Phantom: The Chahta Phantom is said to be the ghost of a racer who wiped out during a street race in the west coast. The Chahta Phantom has been given a black paint job, racing internal components, a massive air scoop from a drag car, rear tail fins, Chrome Alder Dragger wheels, and a nitrous snorting 700hp Supercharged 7.0L V8 coupled to a 6 speed racing transmission. Care to take a trip to the other side at over 150mph?
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the 1973 - 1976 model)
that kinda ugly doe
but i kinda like the idea
or Hirochi BR4 GTi (1987-1996) (based of Honda Civic Si 5th generation or Peugeot 205 GTi)
Starting at $11,500 ($19,500 (inflation))
GTi : I4 1735cc 170hp engine, 126 mph, 7.7s 0-60mph, Radio, automatic air conditioning, automatic windows, GTi seats
Gavril F1 (Based of McLaren F1 but budget) (1995-1997)
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Nice the anti-Bruckell or the Luxury Bruckell
The Civic in the picture is a 4th gen one, note a 5th gen. This is a 5th gen Civic.
And if you did mean a 4th gen civic, isn't the Ibishu Covet suppose to be heavily inspired by the 4th gen Civic hatch?
BeamNG needs a modern muscle car, or some kind of modern V8 sedan. I feel like the FCV wasn't needed really, I mean it's basically an ETK 800 and a sunburst.