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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
I'm ready for the big fight Gen 2 Kashira vs New upcoming Minivan
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I agree with you, it would be really nice to have a semi-sporty luxury Italian SUV, maybe based on the Stelvio (and maybe the Quadrifalgio???).
What about a 6-door Roamer, like the Excursion. I remember seeing one of these and saying, "Yo WTF". Good times.
Also how about normal cars converted to Offroading Beasts?:
80s Pessima Lifted
90s Pessima Lifted
GM Lifted (w/the paint job)
(P.S: Not to vanilla car couterparts.)
I think we need a front fascia for Roamer that looks like this.
Not long enough
possibly some sort of suv/offroad car
1968 - 1970 Bruckell Rodeo (Based off the 1968 Chevrolet El Camino and 1969 Ford Ranchero)
"Grab the bull by the horns."
The Bruckell Rodeo was the Ute that ruled them all back in it's day. With the option of having a massive 7.0L V8, the Rodeo is not only durable, but incredibly fast and goes through a tank of gas faster then your step-dad goes through a 6-pack of cheap beer.
Defiler: The Defiler is a rusted out Rodeo I6 with a 4 speed manual transmission that's been the front yard ornament of a mullet wearing gentleman for the past 20 years, and in those 20 years he has slowly been restoring this beat up pickup. It miraculously runs, but no one knows for exactly how long. The Defiler may not be much, but it has been the center piece for many front yard parties in the early 2000s as the empty beer bottles in the bed clearly show.
Party Boy: The Party Boy is the Rodeo for those who like having fun at other people's expense. This Rodeo SS may be a little beat up and covered in graffiti, along with having a giant black skull on both of the doors, but it is mechanically sound, so you won't have to worry about not getting to the next party, concert, or backyard wrestling match on time.
I6: The Rodeo I6 was the Rodeo that allowed everyone to experience the joys of owning a Ute in the late 60s/early 70s. Powered by a 155hp 4.1L I6 coupled to a 3 speed manual or automatic transmission, the Rodeo I6 is no where near being the fastest, but because it's not as desirable or well equipped as it's V8 brethren, it is the cheapest. It also makes for a good project car!
V8: The Rodeo V8 comes with a 220hp 4.9L V8 coupled to either a 3 speed auto or 4 speed manual transmission, but aside from that is almost identical to the I6 model.
SS: The SS is the Rodeo you will see at every car show in the country. Powered by 5.8L 300hp V8 coupled to a 4 speed manual or 3 speed auto transmission, the Rodeo SS one of the fastest Utes you will ever see. It also comes with a landau top, a LSD, sport tires, chrome Alder Rush wheels, sway bars, sport suspension, sport brakes, quick ratio steering, leather seats, and a tachometer.
GT: The rarest trim of the lineup, the Rodeo GT is for country boys with money to burn. Powered by a 370hp "Raging Bull" 7.0L V8 coupled to a 4 speed manual transmission, the Rodeo GT is the kingpin of the trailer-park. It also comes with everything the Rodeo SS has, along with a shaker hood scoop, racing stripes, GT decals and badges, Alder Magnum wheels, 4 wheel disc brakes, bed rails, and fog lights.
Hunter: The Hunter is a modified Rodeo SS built for drag racing on the street. It is powered by a 400hp 5.7L V8 coupled to a 4 speed drag racing automatic transmission. It has also been given a snorkel hood scoop, Alder Magnum wheels, racing bucket seats, a welded rear diff, and a roll bar.
Street Tuned: The Street Tuned Rodeo is a Rodeo I6 that's been brought up to speed. It is powered by a Turbocharged 3.0L I6 that's been modified to make 650hp coupled to a 5 speed manual transmission. It has also been given racing tires, suspension, sway bars, and brakes, a racing LSD, racing bucket seats, quick ratio steering, an aftermarket tachometer, and various meme stickers on the rear window.
Drag: The Rodeo Drag is a Rodeo GT that's been fed steroids. It is powered by a monstrous and absurd 2,075hp Twin Turbo 7.0L V8 with 25 pounds of boost coupled to a 4 speed drag racing transmission. It has also been given heavy duty racing suspension, semi slick tires, a locked rear diff, a stripped interior, racing bucket seats, nomi racing wheel, and a drag chute attached below the rear bumper to help slow this beast down. (Chute is deployed with X key)
Exterior and interior: (Based off the SS auto model)
1984 The Doggo
Year production: 1978-1984
Info:Car by Autobello that was produced in 1978 to 1984,car has 1.5 GLI engine,car originally from game #DRIVE.
#DRIVE cars have no interiors so there is no picture of interior.
1995 - 2005 Bruckell Comet (Based off the 2002 Chevy Astro and 2003 Ford E350 Passenger Vans)
"King of the Cul-de-sac"
The Bruckell Comet was Bruckell's attempt to appeal to the market Gavril missed with their H-Series, Families. Offering such luxuries as a back seat, sliding rear doors, and optional AWD, the Bruckell Comet was one of the most popular Minivans in the later 90s and early 2000s before it was retired in favor of a more sleek and aerodynamic designed van in the mid 2000s.
Miscreant: The Miscreant is a RWD Base Comet that's had it's fair share of abuse over the past 15 years, but has been recently rebuilt into a dirt track racer destined for glory and a massive collision in the near future. It's been given a stripped interior, a roll cage, a bull bar, roof mounted spotlights, exhaust stacks, and a graffiti inspired paint job, thought it's heavily faded and covered in rust spots. It's 4.3L V6 has been tuned to make around 230hp and it's 4 speed auto has been tossed aside for a 5 speed manual transmission.
Base: The Base model Comet came with a 190hp 4.3L V6 coupled to a 4 speed automatic transmission. It also comes with the bare necessities a family friendly van needs, such as Cloth seats with a Vinyl trim, A/C, a Radio with a CD player, an excessive amount of cup holders, and plenty of space for your entitled and precious children.
AT: The AT is the middle trim of the Comet and comes with arm rests for the driver and passenger seat, third row seating, roof racks, stainless steel wheels, chrome trim, ABS, an LSD, and an optional AWD System.
LT: The LT is the top dog of the lineup. It comes with every option on the AT model, a two tone paint job, chrome mirrors, alloy wheels, 4 wheel disc brakes, leather seats, and an optional high top. It was also available in AWD.
Lowrider: I doubt you've seen many Lowrider Vans in your life, which is exactly why the owner of this Comet LT decided to find a way to make this old van hop. It's been given powerful hydraulics, Alder Luxo wheels, a custom body kit, a silver pinstripes and a purple paint-job, a billet grille that stretches over the headlights, a plush interior, a upgraded radio with massive sub-woofers in place of the third row seats, and a pair of gold fuzzy dice hanging from the rear view mirror.
V8: This modified Comet AT was designed by a couple of friends who were bored and wanted to see how quick they could make a fully equipped van go. The V8 is powered by a 385hp 5.0L V8 coupled to a 4 speed automatic drag racing transmission. It has also been given sport tires, bigger brakes, Clockwise 533 wheels, and a custom made hood scoop.
Drift: Unknown to most people, there's a certain sub-culture of people in Japan who import old American vans to their country and modify them for drifting. This Comet is one of those vans. It's been lowered and given a stripped interior, a roll cage, racing bucket seats, a welded rear diff, STX wheels, quick ratio steering, a carbon fiber hood, and a WW2 Fighter plane inspired livery. It's 4.3L V6 has also been turbocharged and modded to make around 450hp and it's 4 speed auto has been thrown aside for a 5 speed manual transmission.
Hellfire: The Hellfire Comet was built by a road bully and designed to ram as many cars as possible off the road and into the nearest wall or tree. It is powered by a 620hp supercharged 5.0L V8 coupled to a 5 speed manual transmission. It has been given a reinforced ram bar on the front, roof mounted spotlights, a small rear spoiler, side pipes, Alder Dragger wheels, sport suspension, sport brakes, a stripped interior, a roll cage, racing bucket seats, an aftermarket tachometer, and flame decals with a flame spewing skull on either side of the van.
Drag: Looking like a toy that would belong to a 6 year old, the Drag Comet is powered by a 1,100hp Stage 4 Supercharged 5.0L V8 coupled to a 4 speed automatic transmission. It's also been given a completely stripped interior, a roll cage, racing bucket seats, a digital gauge cluster, dual headlight intakes, a chop top, heavy duty suspension, Alder Dragger wheels, drag racing slicks, a wheelie bar, a drag wing, and a custom made "Halley's Comet" drag racing livery.
Exterior and interior: (Based off the AT trim)
i was wondering if anybody was working an a Chevy Kodiak like truck, maybe like a gavril c series?
1996 - 2001 Ibishu Prodigy (Based off the US Spec 1998 Honda Prelude and Lexus SC400 (The SC400 effects the Prodigy visually more then mechanically))
"Enjoy the ride"
The Ibishu Prodigy was Ibishu's attempt at making a lightweight, dirt cheap, and easily driveable sports coupe that came out during the height of Street Racing Fever. Because of this, most Prodigies are now either modified, wrecked, or both. While not being very powerful compared to other cars of it's time, the Prodigy does offer great handling and a great platform on which to start your journey of becoming a tuner.
Banger: The Banger is a Prodigy Base that's been pulled out of the junkyard for the purpose of being in a demolition derby. It's had it's headlight and taillights removed, all the glass has been removed, the interior is completely stripped, and it's been given a racing bucket seat, exhaust stacks, large steel wheels, and a rattle-can paint job.
Menace: The Menace is a manual Base Prodigy that was "modified" in the early 2000s by a teenager with very little money and even less knowledge on how to modify a car. The Menace is powered by the same 2.2L I4 in the regular Base model, but it has been given a cold air intake and a fart can exhaust that makes this eyesore sound like a weed-whacker on drugs. It's also been given a "Mighty-flex" body kit, a GT wing, blue lighting bolt decals down the sides of the car, sponsor stickers, a GT wing that's been painted blue, replica Folk ZT55 wheels, a racing bucket seat for the driver, a nomi knockoff racing wheel, and a aftermarket boost gauge that isn't hooked up to anything, seeing how this car is naturally aspirated.
Soldier: The Soldier is a Prodigy GT that's being slowly restored by a high school student that has stars in his eyes and the goal of being the best Blackfinger in the country. It's paint job may be faded and it's front fenders may be flat black due to coming from a different Prodigy, but mechanically this car is in great shape... if you ignore the exhaust leak, clogged air filter, and worn out engine mounts.
Base: The Base model Prodigy is powered by a 195hp 2.2L I4 coupled to either a 5 speed manual or 4 speed automatic transmission. It also comes with the bare essentials a car needed to be considered sporty in the late 90s; lightweight cloth seats, a giant tachometer, ABS, anti-roll bars, an LSD, , alloy wheels, and quick ratio steering.
GT: The GT was the only other trim level available in the US. It is powered by the same 195hp 2.2L I4 and is offered with the same transmissions, but the cards up the GT's sleeve is in it's improved handling and a few more features. It's been given tighter suspension, a reworked LSD, a sunroof, an improved radio and speaker system, a small spoiler, and slightly bigger brakes.
Street Tuned: Built for corners and complex circuits, this Base Prodigy has been built into the ultimate budget race car. It's 2.2L I4 has been modified to make 265hp, and it's been given coil overs, sticky tires, Hirochi TR89 wheels, a stripped interior, racing bucket seats, a nomi racing wheel, a "Mighty-flex" that's actually a little tasteful, a small rear lip spoiler, and a sunstrip that has "Ibishu" printed on it.
Madman: The complete opposite of the Menace, the Madman was built for speed rather then looks, though it does have visual differences to it's stock brethren. It's 2.2L I4 has been heavily modified and turbocharged to make 700hp. It's also been given a 6 speed racing manual transmission, racing suspension, racing brakes, racing anti-roll bars, a racing LSD, a aerodynamic racing body kit, a GT wing, a stripped interior, two racing bucket seats, a nomi racing wheel, a digital gauge cluster, a and multi-LED shift light.
Exterior and interior: (Based off the GT Manual model)
a few quick-fire ideas for seperate cars that could be based on existing content, (more so ideas for mods than vanilla), that i've been throwing wround, but don't have the time or motivation to make all of them.
Autobello Bambina, a fiat 500 sized counterpart to the piccolina. equipped with 2 cylinder engines from 600-1000cc, and a soft top on all variants.
Autobello Vasca Speciale (or just barchetta)- a lightweight, low slung sports car, likely open top, based off the piccolina's platform, akin to a porsche 356 or abarth double-bubble.
no names for these, but any one of them could reasonably be called a "dove":
hopper based, a 80's hilux/bravo/navara inspired light truck, based on a hopper's frame, but with rear leaf springs, torsion beam IFS, and single/ext/dual cabs.
hopper based, an early 80's Commercial van/ cabover truck, akin to a toyota Dyna or Hiace.
hopper and pigeon based, a miniature kodiak/topkick style truck, with a crew cab pigeon body and bed on a lengthened hopper chassis.
miramar based, a sports coupe, similar to the datsun fairlady 1600.
Fourgonette, a FCV based compact MPV and commercial van, akin to a citroen jumpy/space traveller. the MPV version could have tograc inspired styling.
FCV MR sports car, an Alpine A110 inspired, (possibly retro style) Mid engine sports car, with vivace I4s and I5s.
Cherrier subcompact car- essentially a scaled down version of the vivace, using the 1.2 I3 as the largest engine option. closer in size to a twingo. only 2 door variants, perhaps have the engine transverse rear mounted for extra funkiness.
and while this one isn't vivace based, it's too cool to leave off the list. (plus, you could make it with bits of the piccolina,burnside,bluebuck,etc.):
Cherrier Cinetique, a car inspired primarily by the citroen DS and NSU Ro80. a 4 door luxury car, with hydropneumatic suspension, and possibly even wankel rotary engines. bonus points for futuristic, if questionable french styling.
SFM Smyk B30
Power: S03 11HP from Junak motorcycle
Max speed:70 km/h or 43 mph
2003-2007 Hirochi HR-4 (supposedly stands for Hirochi Recreational 4WD... or maybe they just threw together some random letters and numbers lol)
Hirochi's new entry into the compact crossover market, this Sunburst based vehicle proved extremely popular and quickly became a bestseller. It's not exactly an off roader by any means, but the available AWD and rugged styling can tackle any snowy supermarket parking lot you can throw at it.
Adventure and safety, for the whole family!
Small crossover based on Sunburst platform
Resembles 2nd generation Toyota RAV4/Honda CR-V
Available in FWD or AWD
Uses 1.8L I4 or larger 2.0L I4 from the Sunburst, available with a 5 speed manual or a 3/5 speed automatic
Available trim levels:
x- The x is a pure base model, only available with the 1.8L engine. It comes standard with either the 5 speed manual or a truly antiquated 3 speed automatic transmission, steel wheels, and no ESC. It's got ABS because the European market required it by 2004, but don't expect much in the way of luxury. Available with FWD or AWD, both with open differentials.
xr- The xr was one of the most popular trim levels. Equipped with the 1.8L engine and standard AWD along with the upgraded 5spd automatic, it also features additional safety in the form of ESC and traction control. It's equipped with alloy wheels, body colored bumpers, and- Wow! A 6 disc CD changer!
xe- The xe was the top trim level for most markets. Equipped with all the features from the xr, it adds leather seats, a sunroof, and a much needed power boost. Only available with the 2.0L I4 and the 5 speed automatic, it also comes with limited slip differentials in the front and back for added traction. It also has larger alloys and a stylish spoiler, just to show everyone how much you've spent!
xti- The xti was a performance model that was exclusive to the Japanese market and some European markets. It's essentially a turbocharged xe with stiffened "sport" suspension, sturdier anti-roll bars, summer tires, and either the 5 speed automatic or manual transmissions. Don't let appearances fool you- this family crossover was a lot faster than its humble styling would suggest!
The Rental- It's an HR-4 x with the 3 speed slushbox, FWD, white paint, steelies- you get it. Equipped with balding tires and a thirst for oil, this car will get you from the airport to the motel that your company paid for. It smells like last night's Turbo Burger takeout, cigarette smoke, and dollar store air freshener. You only got it because they were out of Ibishu Covets and gave you a free "upgrade," but a car's a car I suppose...
The Adventurer: Hirochi built this to show off at a trade show, but it never made it into production. It's based on the HR-4 xe, but it adds a locking center diff, skid plates, raised suspension, and chunkier tires. It's also ONLY available in Canary Yellow with a silkscreened "4WD" graphic on the side because... well, adventure?
The x-EV: Hirochi built this electrified HR-4 to satisfy some emissions standard somewhere, and it shows. It's a pretty early attempt at an electric car, equipped with a small 30 kWh battery, an underpowered 70hp motor, and FWD. The batteries don't love to hold a charge for the complete estimated 75 mile range, and the motor struggles to propel the x-EV to its electronically limited 80mph top speed, and to add on to the misery, production only lasted for two years.
The “Lena”: a used car, akin to the trim level available on the Gen 2 Ibishu Kashira. This HR-4 xr has been nearly driven into the ground over the past 15 years. Serving faithfully as a family vehicle, it's now been passed down to a high schooler. While this HR-4 now has over 200,000 miles, it's been pretty well maintained considering its age. However, it absolutely consumes oil, it's got balding tires and worn suspension, and there are countless squeaks and rattles from the engine that thankfully disappear once it warms up for a while. It also won't hesitate to overheat if you push its limits, and of course, the A/C doesn't work anymore, but all in all, there are a lot of memories in this old beater.
hey guys. how are u all? i hope good. in these days i had 35 cars suggestion. i show you some of them
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1) 1950-1980 Autobello Moschino (Based in 1957-1975 Fiat Nuova 500)
Configurations: Base, Beater, Carabinieri, Polizia, Cabrio, Wagon (based in a Fiat 500 giardiniera), Autobello 40th anniversary (based in Abarth 595 1970), American Version (Based in 1957-1961 fiat nuova 500 America), Facelift 1980 (Based in Francis Lombardi Fiat 500 my car)
Autobello 40th Anniversary:
Price: 2.000 $ - 30.000 $
Engine: 0.4, 0.5 Petrol
Transmission: 4-speed manual transmission
Max speed: 95 Km/h
Horsepowers: 14 PS
Acceleration: 56 seconds
Layout: Rear engine, FWD
Body: 3-door Sedan Unibody, 3-door Semi-Convertible Unibody, 3-door Estate Unibody, 3-door Panel Van Unibody
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2) 1996-2004 Montgomery Birmingham (Based in 1997-2002 Jaguar X308)
Configurations: Base, LWB (Based in Jaguar Sovereign), Turbo (Jaguar XJR), Undercover Police
Price: 590.000 $
Max Speed: 250 Km/h
Acceleration: From 0 to 100 in 5.5 seconds
Engine: 3.2 V8, 4.0 V8 (Petrol)
Layout: RWD, Front Engine
Transmission: 5-speed Automatic Transmission
Horsepower: 240 CV
Body: 4-doors Saloon Unibody, Limousine Unibody
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3) 1989-1998 Gavril Lutherson 1st Gen (Based in 1991-1997 Ford Crown Victoria 1st Gen)
Configurations: Base, Beater, Facelift, Taxi, NYPD Police, NYC Police, Detective, Lowrider, Drag, Fire Rescue
Price: 20.000 $
Engine: 4.6 L V8
Transmission: 4-speed Automatic Transmission
Layout: Front Engine, RWD
Max Speed: 193 Km/h
Acceleration: From 0 to 100 in 10 seconds
Horsepower: 190 HP
Body: 4-door Sedan Unibody
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4) 1999-2013 Gavril Lutherson 2nd Gen (based in 1998-2012 Ford Crown Victoria 2nd Gen)
Configurations: Base, Beater, Taxi, NYPD Police, Fire Rescue, Detective, Lowrider, Drag
Body: 4-door Sedan Unibody
Price: 9.000 $ - 15.000 $
Engine: 4.6 L V8
Transmission: 4-speed Automatic Transmission
Layout: Front Engine, RWD
Max Speed: 177 Km/h
Acceleration: From 0 to 100 in 10.1 seconds
Horsepower: 200 HP
5) 1996-2007 ETK Van Buren 1st generation (based in 1996-2006 Volkswagen LT 35)
Configurations: Base, Passenger, Polizei (blue and green livery), Notarzt, Rettungsdienstwagen, Beater, ETK Showcar, Prototype, Undercover Police, Denmark Police, British Police, LWB, Flatbed, Tow truck, Box Truck, 2000 facelift (Based in front-end of Mercedes-Benz Sprinter W901/5).
Max Speed: 220 Km/h
Transmission: 5-speed manual transmission,
Price: 15.750 $ - 32.000 $
Engine: 2.3 petrol I4, 2.5, 2.8 diesel I4 and I5
Horsepowers: from 75 to 160 PS
Acceleration: From 0 to 100 in 10.2 seconds
Traction: Front Engine, RWD
Body: Van (Cargo/Passenger) Unibody, Pickup Unibody, Minibus Unibody, Crew cab Unibody, Chassis cab Unibody
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6) 2007-present ETK Van Buren 2nd Gen (Based on 2006-Present Volkswagen Crafter)
Configurations: Base, Passenger, Polizei, Notarzt, Feuerwehr, Rettungsdienst, LWB, XLWB, 2016-2020 Facelift, Box Truck, Tow Truck, Flatbed, Minibus (Based in VW Crafter Sirius), Campervan (Based in VW Grand California 680), DHL, GLS, TNT
Engine: 2.0 L (Diesel), 2.0 L (BiDiesel), 2.5 L (Diesel), 2.5 L (Diesel Turbo)
Transmission: 6-speed Manual Transmission, 6-speed Automatic Transmission
Layout: Front Engine, RWD
Price: 15.500 $ - 50.000 $
Horsepowers: 88-163 PS
Max Speed: 205 Km/h
Acceleration: From 0 to 100 in 12 seconds
Body: SWB, MWB, LWB, XLWB (All of these W/High Roof too), Minibus, Campervan