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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
The question is: is someone making it happen?
I was teasing Nacho because he's currently working on the model for the Gavril Vertex NA2, that's all
In no way in hell
Note my new profile picture, as I am a HUGE V8 Supercars fan, I feel we need a few cars from Down Under/Oz/Emu Lamd/whatever the $@*% you wanna call it.
Will post suggestions soon.
This is not exactly a lore friendly vehicle suggestion but I would really like to see a Freightliner Cascadia in beam. There’s a Cascadia promotional trailer in this trailer skins Pack: https://www.beamng.com/threads/trucking-logistics-skin-pack-version-1-5.73438/
So because of that it needs a matching vehicle.
That would be nice actually, paired with an actual Australia map(probably all the states, my preference)and 5 trailers it would feel like Outback Truckers(if anyone knows what Outback Truckers is), one of my favourite Aussie shows.
Note: would love to replicate it in BeamNG.
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That would go well with your profile picture, as I noticed it’s another Freightliner. Don’t know what model though, I only know the Cascadia and M2.
There is an Australian/ New Zealand spec Cascadia that came out like last year, but before that the Cascadia was only in the North America markets.
I think his profile picture is the new generation Cascadia: https://freightliner.com/trucks/cascadia/
yes that is what it is
Little prop idea.
Breakable bicycles and bicycle rack like in driver san francisco
I cant find any resonable pictures so ill just leave it like this.
could we have a sort of transit connect 2021 fwd and awd maybe a transit custom (name could be something like : cherrier mover)
a vw transporter campervan 2018-2021 (name idea : etk 2000)
a sort of Porsche 911 and toyota supra mk5 combo ( engine from Toyota launch from Porsche chassis from gt3 rs)(name idea : hirochi sbr5)
Škoda Octavia vrs saloon and estate mk3 facelift or mk 4 (name idea : hirochi sunspeed)
tycan model s thing or 3 (name idea : etk t seires)
BMW 3 and 4 series updated (yes with big grill) (name : etk 800 facelift or just etk 800)
a town sort of like London Brighton or reading with a twisty road side of it and a motorway (highway)
Ai that have better awareness of road lines and don’t stop randomly and stop at traffic lights
the mpg and avg speed thing sometimes say na 0 could you fix that
1986 - 1993 Hirochi Masamune (Based off the 1986 Toyota Supra and the 1987 Nissan 300ZX)
"Satisfy your need for speed"
The Masamune, Hirochi's flagship GT car, has been the main rival of the Ibishu Miramar Starline since it was first debuted as a trim level for one of Ibishu's compact sports cars in the late 1970s. Advertised as having the performance of a sports car, the comfort of a luxury car, and the price of a sports car, the Masamune became one of Hirochi's best selling and most iconic cars of all time.
The Miscreant: A long forgotten street racer that's been sitting in a storage unit since the early 2000s. Equipped with a faded orange paint job, peeling custom decals, an aftermarket body kit, aftermarket spoiler, Nomi RT6 wheels, racing bucket seats, a Nomi racing wheel, and a 3.0L Turbo I6 that was put in after it's custom 2.5L Twin Turbo I6 blew up years ago.
Standard: Available with a 158hp 2.0L or 200hp 3.0L I6 coupled to either a 4 speed automatic or 4 speed manual transmission.
Turbo: Available with a turbocharged 207hp 2.0L or 232hp 3.0L I6 coupled to either a 4 speed automatic or 4 speed manual transmission. Other features include a front lip and rear lip, side skirts, a small rear spoiler, fog lights, a sport steering wheel, sport bucket seats, and a boost gauge.
Twin-Turbo: Available only with a 276hp Twin Turbo 2.5L I6 coupled to a 6 speed manual transmission. Other features include 5 spoke wheels, twin turbo decals, and stainless steel pedals.
Street Tuned: A 3.0L Turbo I6 with a bigger turbo, custom exhaust, aftermarket wheels, racing suspension, racing bucket seats, and a Nomi racing wheel.
Race Tuned: A modified Twin-Turbo Masamune with stage 2 turbo chargers, a racing radiator, upgraded intercooler, racing ECU, a racing 6 speed manual transmission, Clockwise 533 wheels, side exit exhaust, racing suspension, racing LSD, racing brakes, racing tires, racing body kit, a rear GT wing, fixed headlights, a vented hood, a roll cage, racing bucket seats, a Nomi racing wheel, and racing decals.
Avenger: Said to be haunted by the ghost of it's deceased driver after being in a horrific accident in the 1990s, this rebuilt and heavily modified Race Tuned Masamune is ready to set lap records or hunting down the racers that took it's previous owner's life. Modifications include stage 3 turbo chargers, a racing exhaust system, a 6 speed racing manual transmission, racing suspension, racing LSD, racing brakes, racing tires, black Folk ET73 wheels, a reinforced chassis, reinforced bumpers, a roll cage, racing bucket seats, a Nomi racing wheel, and a jet black paint job.
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the 3.0L Turbo manual model)
just a question is the avenger referencing anything?
I've been listening to Phantom Racer by TWRP a lot as of late.
In game there are several American brands, so why would Cherrier make the Transit? Wouldn't that be a Gavril thing to follow the H-series? (much like the E-series and Transit in real life?)
1960 - 1975 Cherrier Pierre (Based off the Peugeot 404 and the 1968 Renault Caravelle Coupes)
"Enjoy the ride"
The Pierre is a relatively inexpensive but very enjoyable compact coupe from Cherrier's early days. While even the higher trim leveled Pierre's are not very powerful, all of them offer great handling and decent comfort, which made them very successful with European teenagers who would spend a lot of time modifying them in order to make them a lot faster and dangerous.
146: The Pierre 146 comes equipped with a 60hp 1.5L I4 coupled to either a 3 speed automatic or 4 speed manual transmission.
161: The Pierre 161 comes with a 71hp Carbureted 1.6L I4 coupled to either a 3 speed automatic or a 4 speed manual transmissions. Other features include leather seats, front and rear fog lights, and a wrapped sport steering wheel.
161 MFI: The Pierre 161 MFI was only available after 1966, and came equipped with a 85hp fuel injected 1.6L I4 coupled to either a 3 speed automatic or 4 speed manual transmission. Other features include whitewall tires, a two tone paint job, sport suspension, a reworked LSD, bucket seats, and MFI badges.
Auto X: A lightly modified 161 MFI built by a teenager and their father over a few summers that is designed to drive through short and complex racing circuits as fast as possible. Modifications include a sport exhaust system, Okudai TWE wheels, racing coilovers, racing sway bars, racing brakes, a stripped interior, a Nomi racing wheel, removed bumpers, and a custom livery.
Rally: A Modified Pierre 161 MFI designed to drive as fast as it can on dirt, gravel, and snow. Modifications include rally suspension, rally tires, a front skid plate, racing bucket seats, a roll cage, rally light pods, a racing intake, racing exhaust, racing LSD, a shift light, a Nomi racing wheel, and a 1960s Cherrier rally team livery.
Street Tuned: Equipped with a 169hp 1.6L DOHC I4 taken from a modified Ibishu Miramar, coil overs, ETK F13-9 wheels, and "Vive La France" custom decals, this modified Pierre 161 is ready to cruise around the country side and annoy anyone in town.
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the 161 Manual model)
Heck yeah! I'm adding stuff now
EDIT: Added BMM (British Moors Motor-Cars), Ainsley, Chorley, Lyons and Marlon
I feel this game has too many old cars and not enough new cars. I also feel like this game is sedan-centered as a lot of the cars are sedans, it only has one SUV, 2 wagons, one pickup truck, and the rest are either hatchbacks or sedans. (not counting the Semi or the Wentward. Maybe add something like a '05 Sienna or a '05 Odyssey. Also maybe something like a '11 Subaru Forester or '11 Ford Flex.