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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
yeah, I forgot to check the wendover's model years... Otherwise it would sorta make sense.
why would two mid/fullsize personal luxury cars suddenly transform into a compact muscle car?
2017 Ibishu "Miramar" GT-Z (Trims: Regular, Ibissmo, 50th Anniversary, Special Pursuit Vehicle, etc.)
1986 Soliad Beretta (Trims: S, SE, RS, SS, Berlinetta, Flaming Hawk, Drag, Track, Highway Patrol)
2016 Hirochi Trail Seeker (Base, LE, LS, LX, LT, LXR, Larado)
2019 Hirochi CF4 (Trims: Same as SBR4 but with a Front Engine and Coupe body)
2018 Gavril Barstow (Trims: EcoCharged/Premium, RS/Premium, RS350 Lancehead, RS500 Kingsnake)
2017 Soliad Stilleta (Australian) (Trims: S, SE, SX, SR, SRX)
2016 ETK e3
1990 Bruckell (Legran Variant) GS by Civetta
2019 Civetta Venice
2020 Civetta Tourisma
1999 Modena DaVinci (GT, IV (Iperveloce), IV/GT Roadster, Policia)
2017 Cherrier RSC (Trims: 160, 190d, S 270, S 310, qE)
2019-present Hirochi Woodland (based off 2020-present Subaru Forester (design) and 2017-present Honda CR-V (some powertrain options)
1.5L I4 turbo (CVT or 6 speed manual)
1.6L turbodiesel I4 (9 auto or 6 Manual, not sold in USA or Canada but could be equipped in any trim level AWD or below by choice outside of those countries)
2.0L Flat 4 (CVT)
2.0 hybrid F4/12.3kW electric motor (eCVT) with either 24kW standard or 40kW extended range battery pack.
2.5L F4 naturally aspirated or Sport RS turbo (CVT or 6 DCT [Sport and up only] or 6 manual [Sport RS only])
Configs (factory only):
Base- 1.5 turbo, front wheel drive, black trim, 15 inch steel wheels with basic hubcaps, manually controlled halogen headlights without fog lights, simple grey interior with plastic paneling, basic cloth seats and conventional radio (no touchscreen) and no driver assistance features.
2.0 Base- 2.0 F4, otherwise identical to the base.
2.0- 2.0 F4, front wheel drive, chrome trim, 16 inch steel wheels with nicer hubcaps, automatic LED lights with or without fog lights, grey, tan or black cloth upholstered interior panels, cloth seats with power back adjustment and optional heat, touchscreen infotainment and active driver assistance (backup camera, lane keeping, emergency braking, blind spot monitor)
2.0 hybrid- hybrid drivetrain, front wheel drive, hybrid exclusive backlit Hirochi badges, otherwise identical to the 2.0.
2.0 AWD- all wheel drive, leather seats and upholstered interior panels, 18 inch brushed chrome wheels, otherwise identical to 2.0 with all other standard features and options available.
2.0 AWD hybrid- all wheel drive trim, equipped with a hybrid drivetrain and backlit Hirochi badges. Otherwise identical to non-hybrid counterpart.
2.5 Sport LUX- top of the line model with all wheel drive, 19 inch turbofan wheels, automatic LED lights, chrome trim, black, red or tan leather upholstered interior, leather seats with micro holes for ventilation and full power adjustment, as well as heat and lumbar support. All other features standard, including active driver assistance systems and premium infotainment suite.
2.5 Sport RS-
High performance model with all wheel drive, 18 inch dark gray alloy wheels, high gloss black trim with red trim accents, two tone black and red interior with matching leather bucket seats, and various other standard features. Has a backup camera and sport ESC, and is the only trim with a button to turn off all other safety/assistance systems on demand.
Pictures, left to right: 2.0 AWD, 2.0 AWD Hybrid, 2.5 Sport RS, 2.5 Sport LUX, 2.0 AWD interior
how are some supposed to have I4s but some have flat-4s how does the drivetrain packaging work?
does it have an enormous transmission tunnel, like a rover 75?
The I4s are transversely mounted and the transmission tunnel is mostly covered by the center console in the front. The boxers are longitudally mounted.
1975 - 1979 Algar Mercury (Based off the 1976 AMC Pacer)
"Roomier than most"
Algar, a American car manufacture that specializes in dirt cheap family cars, decided to throw their hat into the compact car ring during the oil crisis with the Mercury. Advertised as a compact with as much interior space as a sedan, thanks to it's very wide body, the Mercury is a car that sold well for a few years, but was quickly disregarded when people realized that it's just as thirsty as a sedan.
The Monstrous: A rotten Mercury with a rusty paint job, mismatched wheels, tacky fender flames, and a 4.2L I6 that's halfway to the morgue.
Base: Equipped with a 89hp 3.8L I6 coupled to either a 3 speed automatic or 4 speed manual transmission.
S: The Mercury S comes equipped with a 112hp 4.2L I6 coupled to either a 3 speed automatic or a 4 speed manual transmission. Other features include a front sway bar, a sport steering wheel, vinyl bucket seats, and custom trim.
Luxe: Powered by either a 112hp 4.2L I6 or a 140hp 5.0L V8 coupled to a 4 speed automatic or manual transmission. Other features include a two tone paint job, leather seats, a leather wrapped steering wheel, Alder Magnum wheels, and a roof rack.
Street Tuned: With a 445hp 5.0L V8 taken from a 1960s muscle car connected to a 5 speed racing manual transmission, a racing LSD, racing suspension, racing 4 wheel disc brakes, Alder Powr-Push wheels, racing tires, racing bucket seats, and a roll cage, this modified Mercury is ready to tear some asphalt right out of the ground.
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the automatic base model)
3 door cherrier tograc
Inspired by land rover evoque 3 door and suzuki jimny. Somethink between this two cars (somethink what is my dream to have in real live) It will be not a off road car like jimny and not a car to lans like land rover more like small suv what you can go to city but also go to trip out out off road with out situation that it will break. With
4WD and HI-LOW gear like jimny, and high suspension. It will be shorter than orginal tograc. Compatibile with openable mod
Fast Photoshop in paint
Ibishu Mart Miser (based off the Mart Cart model range, all specs from https://martcart.com/ )
M700- 700 lbs capacity, 39 amp hour battery, up to 14 hr runtime, recharges in 5 hrs.
M750- 750 lbs capacity, 12v 35 amp hour battery, 11 hr runtime, recharges in 5 hrs.
M1000- yes, this thing can supposedly move up to 1000 lbs. 24v 35 amp hour battery, 12 hr runtime, recharges in 5 hrs.
The I4s are mounted transversally in real life Honda CR-V as well.
The Subaru boxers are longitudinally mounted
why would a car maker go through the trouble of having 2 completely diffrent engine types and layouts ?
thats like if the 350z had a 2.2 fwd option for the base model
etk x series
Four body styles: pickup, convertible, two door suv and 4 door suv
Engine options: 3.0 turbo diesel v6, 6.2 v8, 4.0 twin turbo v8
Trims: rugged, rugged pickup, luxury, luxury convertible, gt, gts, military spec, undercover, 6x6
Custom variants: crawler, bagged, mud truck.
Transmission: 6 or 8 speed auto
1966 - 1975 Montgomery Scabbard (Based off the 1969 Rover P5 and the 1970 Jaguar XJ6)
"Luxury for everyone"
The Montgomery Scabbard is a low-end luxury car that focuses on reliability, build quality, and being affordable. While it may not have things like hydraulic suspension, pillowly seats, and as much interior space as a limousine, the Scabbard does offer a comfortable ride, decent performance, and a price tag that won't leave you flat broke.
The Smasher: With it's durable body and heavy duty chassis, the Scabbard has been a popular choice for banger racing since they started showing up in junkyards, and this Scabbard V8 is no exception. The Smasher comes with a banger racing roll cage, a stripped interior, removed lights and windows, welded doors, a bolted hood, a derby radiator, derby bumpers, exhaust stacks, and a Union Jack derby livery.
I6: The base model, equipped with a 115hp 3.0L I6 coupled to a 3 speed automatic or 4 speed manual transmission.
I6 Luxe: Equipped with the same engine and transmission options, but now comes with fog lights, decorative chrome trim, wood interior trim, leather seats, and a optional two-tone paint job.
V8: Very similar to the I6 Luxe model, but it comes with a 161hp 3.5L V8, twin chrome exhaust pipes, Alder Magnum wheels, heavy duty suspension, and a two tone interior.
Rally: This modified Scabbard V8 has been turned into a custom rally car, equipped with offroad tires, rally suspension, a skid plate, roof mounted light pods, a stripped interior, racing bucket seats, a Nomi racing wheel, quick ratio steering, a roll cage, and a rally livery.
Custom: With a 3.5L V8 that's been bored up to 4.0L and had it's power increased to 275, this grandpa car is ready to shred it's rear tires all day long. Other modifications include side pipes, Clockwise 533 wheels, removed bumpers, racing bucket seats, quick ratio steering, sport suspension, a sport LSD, racing 4 wheel disc brakes, and a hood scoop.
Exterior and Interior: (Based on the automatic V8 model)
Montgomery woulnt work because Burnout Paradise already has that name
So... Basically, just rename a bunch of cars? Not a very creative suggestion imo.
ah yes very bmw
ETK is both Mercedes and BMW, atleast that's what the wiki says.
the older ones are very much a mix, but modern 2010s ETK is nearly all bmw design wise
Mazda made a car called Savanna in the 1970s, but there's a car in GTA SA called the Savanna. I don't remember Rockstar having to deal with legal issues when that happened.