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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
I forgot to put down some variants in my last two variant suggestion posts, sorry about that.
Diablo: A modified jet black 450hp 423 Roadsport with a supercharger, hilborn blower, custom exhaust system, racing tires, and a flame paint job. Perfect for cruising around town or outrunning the law.
Hellbilly: A slightly rusty but ridiculously fast 291 V8. Powered by a 4.8L Tracksport V8 coupled to a 4 speed drag racing automatic transmission, this beat up Barstow still knows how to have a good time. Other features include a cowl hood, a Daytona wing, Alder Vector wheels, and a passenger door taken from an old derby car that has the number 01 painted on it. This car is for the king of the trailer park.
Rot Rod: This heavily rusted and slammed V8 Supermatic comes with a 272hp 6.9L V8, red wheels with chrome hub caps and whitewall tires, exhaust stacks, and faded shark teeth decals on the front fenders.
Lunatic: A heavily modified Hopper Crawler with a 650hp supercharged 5.5L V8 coupled to a 4 speed drag racing automatic transmission. Other features include a 100 shot of nitrous, a racing helmet spray painted on the hood, and various sponsor stickers all over the body panels. The perfect choice for racing against rally cars, dune buggies, and monster trucks out in the desert.
Student Driver: A manual 2.0 Sport with a student driver sign on the roof and a driving school livery. You didn't really expect driving schools to use the Ibishu Covet forever, did you?
The Nuisance: A bright purple automatic Sport S that's been modified by someone who has no taste or knowledge of how cars work whatsoever. Modifications include a body kit, stanced gold Okudai KRW wheels, a GT wing, a stickerbomb front fender, a carbon fiber scooped hood, and a straight pipe exhaust. Why would anyone ever do something as horrible as this to a car?
The Hick: An old, slightly rusty farm truck with a heavily modified 6.0L turbocharged Diesel V8 coupled to a 6 speed manual transmission. This old pickup may not look like much, but it's faster then a bat outta hell if you put your foot down.
Pavement Princess: A Lifted D15 V8 4WD Crew Cab with a lot of shiny accessories, shiny chrome wheels, rubber band tires, and smoke stacks.
Road Bully: The international truck of hot heads everywhere. A jet black D35 V8 Crew Cab with some very beefy brush guards on the front and back of the truck, a roll bar in the bed with light pods, side pipes that spew black clouds when you put your foot down, and a massive aftermarket turbocharger.
Underground Racer: A heavily modified 405hp 200BX LS straight out of the early 2000s. Modifications include a Mightyflex widebody kit, a massive Mightyflex spoiler, a bright orange paint job, black tribal decals, sponsor stickers on both of the doors, black Okudai KRW wheels, racing bucket seats, a nomi racing wheel, a roll cage, an aftermarket boost gauge attached to the A pillar, and a aftermarket tachometer with a shift light.
I think that's the last of the variant/parts suggestions I got, but don't be surprised if I end up posting more in the future.
I'm on board with this. 'Compact Wagon' is an archetype we haven't got in the game yet, and both this era of vehicle and the Bruckell lineup really do need more exploring in the game.
I'm not sure about the name 'Vulcan' though, or some of the more high-performance factory variants, but I think this is a good start.
I have seen the Balaz in the game, and I felt that the game should get another heavy duty crushing/hauling truck. So, I propose a TC-497 Overland Train Mark-II. Its huge, and has a lot of Power. I feel like it should be equipped with a ram plow. If someone is willing to do the Jbeam, I am happy to try and make a model of it in Blender. Please make this dream come true
This is what I've envisioned. Its based off a Mitsubishi Fuso Fighter. Modern Gavril Flat Front Truck.
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i'm not if this has been suggested yet but what about some movie vehicles either the delorean(BTTF) or trans am(smokey and the bandit). if it has what cars were used to get close to being movie accurate.
one thing i miss is like European busses like Setra S415 LE, the Scania Higer, VDL Citea or Iveco/MAN/Mercedes busses
if someone is gonna make them, styles arent needed it is only extra
I would love to see some big ol' British classics like a Humber Pullman, Daimler hearse or limo and obviously a London cab. Images attached.
I want more modern cars in the game. A modern supercar from the Civetta brand in the game would be awesome, with some Huracan styling. Maybe a modern muscle car, some more EVs. In my opinion the game has a lot of older cars and not enough modern. Sure there's the SBR and the Cherrier, but that's pretty much it.
And people say old American cars are underpowered barges...
that is another age of cars those are like just past ww2 cars and the american cars are like the 60s-80s sometimes
1984 - 1989 Burnside Eulogy (Based off the 1988 Lincoln Town Car and 1990 Cadillac Fleetwood Hearses)
"The dignified choice"
The Burnside Eulogy was the top of the line funeral coach back in the mid to late 1980s, equipped with options such as leather seats, real wood interior trim, opera lights, and whitewall tires as standard. The Eulogy is the dignified choice for a dignified farewell.
The Cadaver: A rotten Eulogy that's been built into the ultimate dirt racer. Modifications include exhaust stacks, a front brush guard, offroad tires, STX wheels, a skid plate, a roll cage, and ghost flames.
Standard: Powered by a 155hp detuned 4.9L V8 coupled to a 4 speed automatic transmission. Whether you're in the front or back of the Eulogy, this car will be the most luxurious vehicle you will ever ride in.
Custom: A Eulogy with it's 4.9L V8 brought back up to speed, making 228hp to the rear wheels. Other modifications include a limited slip differential, sport suspension, upgraded brakes, sport tires, Alder Magnum wheels, quick ratio steering, and a Arnida racing wheel.
Sleeper: This modified and rusty Eulogy was brought back from the dead in the best way possible; by giving it a 405hp supercharged 6.2L V8 coupled to a 5 speed manual transmission.
Rot Rod: The Rot Rod is a Eulogy so fast it might just deliver you to the pearly gates itself. The Rot Rod comes with 1,589hp supercharged 6.2L V8 coupled to a 4 speed automatic drag transmission, a blower shaped like a skull, side pipes, Alder Dragger wheels, a welded rear diff, heavy duty suspension, a roll cage, a racing bucket seat, a nomi racing wheel, and a grim reaper livery.
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the Standard model)
Hi! I would be so happy if this was made as a mod
It's a 1987 Ford falcon XE Sedan, Something like this: (It used to be my Dad's old race car and It would make him so happy if he saw something he built in a game, thanks
yes! we need something like this.
1930 - 1933 Moore Motors Pioneer (Based off the 1931 Miller V16 and 1932 Hupmobile Comet)
"The future of racing"
In order to get his failing car company the recognition it desperately needed in order to stay afloat, Aaron Moore decided to build one of the fastest race cars the US has ever seen back in the '30s. Powered by a cutting edge V16 coupled to a 3 speed manual transmission, the Pioneer managed to make automobile racing even faster and more dangerous then it already was. However, because the Pioneer costs so much, and because the Great Depression made the dollar bill almost completely worthless, Moore Motors would sadly close it's doors in 1935.
The Bygone: A heavily rusted Pioneer that's spent the last 89 years inside of a barn up north. While still fixable, this Pioneer is nowhere near ready enough to return to the race track. However, if you manage to fix it up, you'll have a piece of racing history at your disposal.
Racer: Powered by a 300hp 5.0L V16 coupled to a 3 speed manual transmission, this metal death trap will take every ounce of skill you have in order to be tamed. Also, this goes without saying, but this car was built in a time before lap belts were a thing, let alone air bags, crumple zones, ABS, or any safety feature you can think of, so try not to crash it, because if you do, it'll be the last crash you'll ever be in.
Roadster: In order to make some extra money, Moore Motors made a dozen "street legal" versions of the Pioneer in hopes that a few tycoons would buy them. The Pioneer Roadster came with a detuned 235hp 5.0L V16, headlights, taillights, front and rear fenders, a different exhaust system, chrome front and rear bumpers, a trunk, and a convertible top.
Restomod: This classic Pioneer Racer has been given a few modern touches thanks to a car obsessed millionaire. These modifications include modern racing slicks, Beamline ZX3 wheels, a 563hp V12 and a 8 speed automatic transmission out of a modern luxury car, a racing bucket seat, a Legno Classico wheel, modern racing brakes, modern racing suspension, a modern racing limited slip diff, and a roll bar. Care to see what happens when you manage to teach an old dog new tricks?
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the Racer variant)
1963 - 1989 Begleiterin Coupe (Based off the 1989 Trabant 601)
"Der einzige Freund, den du jemals brauchen wirst"
The Begleiterin Coupe is a compact car from East Germany that is, for lack of a better word, vile. Slow as a brisk walk, brittle as a piece of soaking wet paper, and uncomfortable as those plastic chairs you use to sit on in school are only a few of the Begleiterin's major flaws. The only positive thing about the Begleiterin is that it is dirt cheap to everyone, unless you lived in the country this car was manufactured in that is. However, none of these things are the Begleiterin's fault, but are in fact the faults of the people who designed it, so try not to take out any aggression you have on this coupe.
The Rebel: This Begleiterin Coupe 594 that was one of the many other Begleiterins that was used to leave East Germany back in 1989, but has since been abandoned in a West German alleyway. Covered in graffiti and completely worn down, this old 594 has plenty of historical value, but that is all it now has.
Slav: The Slav is a 594 L Wagon that was exported to Russia in the mid 1980s and modified by a group of music loving teenagers. Modifications include a jet black paint job, three white stripes painted on the hood and roof, Folk ZT55 wheels that were stolen from a government official's sports car, an aftermarket stereo system, the biggest subwoofers that could fit in the trunk, and 49hp 1.1L I4 taken out of a West German economy car and a 5 speed manual transmission with a floor shifter.
594: Your average form of communist transportation. Coming equipped with only the bare essentials the 594 needs to be considered a car, such as a 23hp 594cc two stroke I2 coupled to a 4 speed manual transmission, headlights, taillights, seats, a steering wheel, a speedometer, and so on. The 594 is for those who aren't as equal as others.
594 Automatisch: The 594 A is a regular 594 with an automatic clutch, that's all.
594 Besondere: The 594 B comes with the same 594cc engine and 4 speed manual transmission as the regular 594, but what the B gives you is a optional fog lights, a reverse light, an odometer, and a economy gauge.
594 Luxus: The Luxus is the best 594 a civilian can get. The 594 L comes with an optional two tone paint job and chrome bumpers, and it's horsepower was increased to 26. The Luxus was also available in a two door wagon body, if you had the extra money for it of course.
594 Stärke: The 594 S is an offroad version of the 594 that was exported to countries such as Africa, Greece, Russia, and Italy when the 594 was still in production. The 594 S' features include offroad tires, a skidplate, removed doors, a convertible top, stronger bumpers, and a locking diff.
771 Rally: This modified 594 B was designed to show the rest of the world what East German engineering could do in the racing world. Modifications include a 771cc two stroke I2 engine that makes 64hp, a 5 speed racing manual transmission, a skid plate, extra fog lights, rally tires, racing bucket seats, a roll cage, and a BRT (Begleiterin Rally Team) livery.
Street Tuned: Powered by a 79hp 600cc fuel injected I3 coupled to a 5 speed racing manual transmission, this modified 594 B will leave people both impressed and confused as to why you chose to modify a Begleiterin of all cars. Other modifications include LED headlights, a nomi racing wheel, racing bucket seats, a roll cage, Autobello Type 2 wheels, racing tires, racing suspension, racing brakes, a limited slip differential, and racing stripes.
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the Luxus coupe model)
1973 - 1977 Gavril Izamal (Based off the 1973 Ford Maverick and 1974 Chevrolet Vega)
"Simplicity at it's finest"
The '73 oil crisis hit the American auto industry like a runaway freight train. Suddenly, the oversized sedans with V8s the size of a whale's heart manufacturers churned out by the thousands on a weekly basis were no longer selling like hotcakes, since they went through a tank a gas faster then a abusive stepfather goes through a case a beer. Gavril desperately needed to design a car they never had before, and the Izamal was the result of their quick thinking. Advertised as a simple, dirt cheap 2 door sedan that merely sipped on gas, the Izamal was just popular enough to insure that Gavril would survive through those hard times, but not popular enough to insure it's own survival afterwards.
The Pest: This rusty base model Izamal was designed to crash into other cars for other people's amusement. Modifications include exhaust stacks, a cut hood, pointy metal bumpers, a derby cage, mud tires, and a demolition derby livery.
Base: The base model Izamal comes with a 105hp 2.8L I6 coupled to a 3 speed automatic or 4 speed manual transmission, cloth bench seats, chrome hubcaps, and a whole lot of boredom.
LX: The Izamal LX was the "Luxury" version of the Izamal, coming equipped with a 120hp 3.3L I6 coupled to a 3 speed automatic transmission exclusively. Other features included leather bucket seats, a "center console" shifter, Alder Royale wheels, whitewall tires, fake wood interior trim, and even a optional landau top.
Stinger: A very special version of the Izamal, the stinger was advertised as "A affordable muscle car", and comes with a 210hp 4.9L V8 coupled to either a 3 speed automatic or 4 speed manual transmission. Other features include sport suspension, a sport LSD, sport steering, sport brakes, Alder Powr-Push wheels, body colored trim on the dash, sport gauges, ram air hood scoops, a single racing stripe on the top and sides of the car, sport bucket seats, a sport steering wheel, and a rear lip spoiler.
Sleeper: This lightly rusty base model Izamal has been given a 400hp 4.9L turbocharged I6 coupled to a 3 speed heavy duty automatic transmission. Other features include a limited slip differential, racing suspension, racing tires, a racing bucket seat, a pro street roll cage, and plenty of bumper stickers on the back of this Izamal.
Street Tuned: This Izamal Stinger has been given bolt on wide-body fenders, fender mirrors, LED headlights, Alder Kingsnake wheels, racing tires, racing suspension, racing brakes, and a 565hp supercharged 4.9L V8 coupled to a 5 speed racing manual transmission. It'll look decent at a modified car show, but it'll most likely be a pain to drive.
Drag: This heavily modified Izamal LX, tuned by the legendary drag racer "Dynamite Dan" himself, comes with a 770hp twin 4 barrel carb 6.9L V8 coupled to a 4 speed drag racing automatic transmission, a welded diff, heavy duty suspension, racing brakes, a full professional roll cage, a racing bucket seat, a Arnida racing wheel, Alder Dragger wheels, drag racing slicks, and a Dynamite Dan livery. Care to take a spin in a piece of drag racing history?
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the automatic Stinger variant)
I would like to see a Crew Cab uplift for the D-Series. So I can make something similar to this -> https://www.uab.edu/news/media/k2/items/cache/eb8c0a46c2085216dea7d19f92a60fd7_XL.jpg for a ambulance uplift and this -> https://i.ytimg.com/vi/-WSqv90ZznU/maxresdefault.jpg for a tow truck uplift.