Vehicle suggestions (See first post)

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. korbitr

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    It seems that every time I drive down to San Francisco, my mind consistently wanders to the kinds of vehicles I'd like to see in this game. And since I have to drive down nearly every week, I've had a lot of time to brainstorm. So here's a few more vehicle ideas I've been thinking about the past few weeks:

    - A German city car from the early to mid 2000s. This little runabout won design awards and art museum placements the world over when it first came out. Not that it means much nowadays as some things that were strikingly beautiful in the early 2000s, are now horrendously ugly in the early 2020s. This car, however, is more than just it's design. This car is the essence of the early to mid 2000s distilled down into a tiny 700cc package. From that distillation, you get variants like the one that has no roof or doors, the one that came out of a partnership with a trendy tech company to promote their brand-new MP3 player, and the one co-developed with a high-performance tuning house that added a retuned engine and performance parts...to a city car. There's also the JDM kei car variant that nobody in Japan bought, and the weird looking elongated 5-door hatchback variant...that nobody in Europe bought. And how could we forget the weirdest variant of them all, the one converted into a monster truck by the manufacturer? Mid 2000s Germany, everybody.

    - A South Korean fullsize sedan from the late 2000s/early 2010s. The 2008 financial crisis was momentous for many reasons, and one of those reasons was that it actually made Korean cars desirable for once. Nothing like losing all your money and having to only buy a brand-new luxury Korean car instead of that ETK or high-end Ibishu you were thinking of prior. However, the thing was that...the cars were actually good! Not only did you get a bargain on a luxury fullsize sedan, you also got a car that could outperform that Ibishu and outlast that ETK. Money well spent, I'd say.

    - A Japanese cabover medium-duty truck from the early 2010s. Previously, I suggested an American medium-duty truck from the same time period, but I think something like this would add more diversity to the vehicle selection. A true world vehicle, this truck is sold in markets from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, under different manufacturers from different countries with limitless possibilities for upfits. A fire truck from South Africa? Why not? A tricked-out freight truck from Thailand? Of course! A motorhome from Australia? Definitely! JDM, USDM, UKDM variants? You want it, we got it.

    - An Australian sports saloon from the mid 2010s. Part muscle car, part fullsize commuter, this monster from The Land Down Under is certainly a force to be reckoned with. In some cases, literally so, as it was converted to LHD and exported to the United States where it was solely used as a patrol vehicle for police forces that wanted to replace their aging Grand Marshal Police Interceptor fleets but didn't want to give up RWD. Obviously, a 2 door coupe and ute variant built on the same platform is a given, as well as a wagon body. A sort of last hurrah by this Australian automaker, they truly went out with a bang and not a whimper. Except that's not the case here, since the next generation was just a rebadged 2018 Bruckell LeGran, which Bruckell then pulled the plug on in all markets except China for the 2021 model year. What a shame.

    - An American minivan/midsize van from the mid 1990s. Yeah, I know what you're thinking. Hasn't this idea been suggested for the umpteenth time? Minivan this, minivan that, there's even a minivan poll on the top of this very thread. The devs must be sick of all this buggering over a minivan! And to that, I say: give the people what they want. But don't do it in the way that seems obvious. No, spice things up a bit. Give that minivan a high roof, short nose, and boxy, angular design. Have it use truck parts to keep costs down and performance up. Make it the ideal van for both families and businesses. Bonus points if you can somehow make it front-mid-engined.
    (And yes, my idea of spicy design language is the Ford Aerostar and Chevy Astro.)
     
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    Porsche 944 would be a cool addition to Beam :D

    but for real an official rotary powered vehicle would be cool : D
     
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  4. killercar34

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    1928 Bruckell Series 4 (Based off the 1928 Chevrolet Series AB National and Ford model A)

    The Bruckell Series 4 was a jack of all trades but a master of none, offering plenty of body styles on the same chassis with the same engine, interior, suspension, lights, etc. The Series 4 may have only been built for one year, but because over 750,000 cars were built, it's hard to say when they'll all completely fade away into the pages of automotive history... or be chopped up and rebuilt into hot rods by some group of 30 year olds, whichever comes first.

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    The Fallen: The Fallen is a Series 4 Coupe that's had it's fair share of abuse over the past decades. Heavily rusted, battered, and bruised, it's a miracle this wreck can even move under it's own limited power. Hope you've had a tetanus shot!

    Standard: The Standard Series 4 is powered by a 35hp 2.8L I4 coupled to a 3 speed manual transmission. It was also avalable in plenty of body styles, such as coupes, convertibles, two and four door sedans, and pickup trucks.

    Taxi: This Series 4 four door sedan has been given Taxi Decals, a bright Yellow and Black paint job, A Taxi Meter, and a roof mounted Taxi Sign.

    Police: This modified four door sedan has been given police decals, police lights, a siren, and it's 2.8L I4 has been tuned up to make 47hp to give the long arm of the law a extra boost.

    Bootlegger: At first glance, this Flat Black Series 4 2 door sedan is nothing special. However, if you notice subtle clues, like the wide tires, custom exhaust, missing tail light, and the modified 220hp 3.6L 4 barrel Carb V8 under the hood, you'll find out exactly what this car was built to outrun on a back-road at 4 in the morning and what it's precious cargo is.

    Fireball: This heavily modified Series 4 convertible was made to turn heads and leave nothing but tires tracks and smoke behind. Powered by a 350hp Supercharged Twin Carb V8 with twin side exit exhausts coupled to a 4 speed manual transmission, this death trap will get you the attention of every cop, doctor, and mortician in town. It has also been given Flame Decals, Alder Dragger wheels, whitewall tires, a Fox tail attached to the antenna, and the word "Fireball" painted on the trunk lid.

    Hot Rod: This modified Series 4 coupe was built for one purpose and one purpose only; pure speed. Powered by a 600hp 5.7L V8 with open header exhausts coupled to a 5 speed manual transmission, this Series 4 will wipe the smile off most sports car owners faces, and no, the owner of this dark red, chopped top, flame spewing beast doesn't need justification. After all, no one with a good car does.

    Exterior and Interior: (Based off the Standard Coupe)
     

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  5. Adry Reza

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    The old one
     

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  6. Lukaz987

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    There's pessima city which is basically shortened pessima, and also there's 2D wagon upload_2020-6-30_15-4-26.png upload_2020-6-30_15-4-39.png upload_2020-6-30_15-4-51.png
     
  7. JsZ

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    just make it yourself, it would be a good learning experience for someone new to modding
     
  8. ByteGuy

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    But thats an RX----oh wait...
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    For real though I 100% agree. But it shouldnt be ibishu, it should be a new Brand to rivial Ibishu so we would have Ibishu (Nissan/Honda) Hirochi (Subaru/Mitsubishi) And a new brand thats like Mazda that does rotarys. Good idea
     
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  9. FLyInG 2 YoUr SoUL

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    Or a new German brand, given Felix Wankel first developed the so-called Wankel Engine at NSU Motorenwerke...
     
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    Garvil
     
  11. gebs

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    My idea is something like the skylines with the vspec which could be called.... w(inners)model gtr and gtst the 4-door and stuff you could call it... ibishu Sunrise t0-t5
    (Typ 0,Typ 1, Typ 2 etc.)
    And a car based off of the Nissan Silvia s13/14/15 (‘Cause sogar we only have the 200BX) and the upcoming s16. Another idea would be a wankel rotary engine based off of the rx line, or an ae86 based car or generally corollas
     
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  12. nortenho

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    1977 chevy opala

    -super(standart)
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    -deluxo
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    -ss


    opala sedan
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    -deluxo
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    sw edition (caravan)

    -super(standart)
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    -deluxo
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    1977 ford maverick (coupe)

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    1977 ford maverick (sedan)
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    -ldo
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    bonus

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    -sw
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    -spoiler kit
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    -eleanor
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    -shelby
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    dodge charger
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  13. PURE88

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    I'm willing to pay someone aswell as help alongside in development. I own a 1995 Corvette and would love if someone could implement it in. Since i own the car i could give any shots needed to complete. Someone could PM if interested?
     

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  14. Dr. Death

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    Hey, you do know that when you were making this thread there was a little window to the bottom right saying "Please dont suggest cars here?"
     
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  15. Phym

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    Why are these threads a thing. Like if you have an idea, execute it, learn blender, learn how to jbeam. But start off with something simple, or else you’ll probably quit.
    Just please stop suggesting cars here
     
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  16. ltwoodstock

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    a second 1990s coupe, with elements from the 944, 300zx z32, rx 7, and the supra. Hirochi SVH2 (sport-vehical-hatch-2 adults)
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  17. Nick Xu

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    We want a modern Europe-style Coach, configured with two or three axis
     
  18. killercar34

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    2003 - 2012 Montgomery Elegance (Based off the 2005 Rolls Royce Phantom and the 2006 Bentley Arnage)

    "To the Richest Go the Spoils"

    The Montgomery Elegance is a coach-built sedan designed for those who've got money to burn and a interest in everything luxurious. Tailor made for every customer, the Montgomery Elegance is the ultimate status symbol.

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    Peasant: The Peasant is a Elegance that belongs to one of the snobbiest people you will ever meet that was vandalized, stolen, and nearly wrecked during the 2020 riots. Instead of being repaired, it's owner simply replaced it because he could "smell the poor coming off of it," afterwards.

    Bling: The Bling is a Elegance bought by someone with more money then style. All of it's exterior trim has been changed to gold, it's been given gold ETK ttSport wheels, gold badges, a Plum Purple paint job, and a aftermarket speaker system that's so loud at full volume it might blow the trunk right off it's hinges.

    Standard: The Standard Elegance is powered by a 454hp 6.7L V12 coupled to a 6 speed automatic transmission. It also comes with wood trim, heated leather seats, thick rear carpets, a TV for the rear occupants, fog lights, GPS, TC, and even an umbrella you can get from the rear door.

    Street Tuned: The Street Tuned Elegance has been given a twin turbo system, a remapped ECU, and a giant twin cold air intake kit, all of which boosts this 2.7 Ton whale's horsepower all the way up to 856! Why only be fancy when you can also be fast?

    Exterior and Interior: (Based off the Standard model)
     

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    that would be awesome
     
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    1992-1996 ibishu Vista

    Background story: In the 1980's, Ibishu started to realize that their FWD midsize sedan was being dominated by it's more powerful, luxurious competitors that were RWD and had bigger, more powerful engine. In 1989, they decided to come up with a vehicle that was sleek, more aerodynamic, more powerful, luxurious, but still remained true to it's brand image. They hired a man by the name of Nagata Keiichi to design their next flagship midsize sedan (who was also the designer of the civetta bolide, the Bruckell Caldera and the Bruckell Legran.) Ibishu specifically asked him to retain the original style of the (what was then) the current gen pessima to apeal to the market. They also hired yohari ( a brand that built many engine designs and musical instruments) to design their new performance engine. Though Ibishu wanted to create a fast sports sedan, the also wanted to retain their reputation of fuel efficient, affordable family cars. So they developed a fuel efficient engine that had the right amount of torque and power to get the car moving smoothly. As soon as they were finished with the final design, they started to focus on reliability and handling of their next gen vehicle. The 3 liter dual over head cam 24 valve gasoline direct fuel injected 6 cylinder engine built by Yohari produced 217 horsepower and 230 Nm of torque, and the 2.2 liter dual over head cam 16 valve gasoline multi-port fuel injected 4 cylinder engine built by ibishu themselves produced 154 horsepower and 180 Nm of torque. Both engines were offered with a 4 speed automatic with overdrive, but a 5 speed manual transmission was offered for the 4 cylinder varaints It used an all round double wishbone suspension. Adjustable air suspension was offered in the 6 cylinder. Both variants came with 14 inch disc brakes with anti-lock braking system, both 2.2 liter and 3.0 liter variants were offered with an open differential. In It's debut at the 1992 tokyo motorshow, it turned heads and everyone fell in love with it at first sight. Ibishu also debuted their north american brand called "Luxora" so it would be able to sell higher class vehicles under a more luxurious name to compete with other car brands around the world, instead of just japan. In 1992, the Luxora S- series and the Ibishu Vista (japan) started sales in ibishu and Luxora dealerships around the US and the rest of the world. The only problem was that it suffered from underpower due to it's weight, but aside from that. It was selling like hotcakes, though that was the case, Ibishu was unsatisfied with the result of the power issue, and turned to nomi for a little surprise. in the fall of 1993, a 3.0 twin turbo 6 cylinder with a 6 speed manual transmission and 16 inch ventilated disc brakes and a Torsen LSD were announced for the Vista, the Twin Turbo was said to have stiffer shocks and thicker sway bars with a strut bar, and was released in summer of 93 as the Vista 3.0 GT-T/ Luxora 300TT (3.0 Twin Turbo). This decision caused the Vista to be the fastest ,most reliable and most comfortable vehicle for the next three years. Over at the US, the Luxora S series became the import car of the year two consecutive times. the twin turbo 6 cylinder managed a 0-62mph (100kmh) time of just 5.7 seconds and a quarter mile time (400m) in just 13.6 seconds at 113 mph, where as the 3.0 N/A did 0-62 in 7 seconds flat,
    n/a 4 speed: 17mpg city, 23mpg highway, 19 combined. TT 6 speed: 18 city, 23 highway, 20 combined. na 1/4 in 16.2 seconds at 94. tt 1/4 in 13.6 seconds at 113
    2.2 N/A 5 speed did 0-62 in 8.9 seconds, 1/4 mile in 17.4 seconds, 24 city, 35 highway 28 combined.

    Variants (Luxora):
    300S:
    Luxurious version of the S series with a 3.0 Liter 6 cylinder with a 4 speed automatic and adjustable air suspension with 16 inch polished wheels.
    300TT:
    TwinTurbo 3.0 6 cylinder version with a special nomi built 6 speed manual transmission, a Torsen LSD and bucket leather seats with 16 inch ventilated disc brakes and 18 inch polished 5 spoke sport wheels.
    Variants (Ibishu):
    Vista GS: 2.2 Liter 4 cylinder fuel efficient unit with a 5 speed manual transmission

    Vista 3.0G: Luxe variant with a 3.0 I6 N/A, a 4 speed over drive automatic transmission
    Vista 3.0VZ: Twin Turbo sport model with a twin turbo I6 and a nomi built 6 speed manual with the same features as the 300TT Luxora but with optional KSH Seats and bodykit
     
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