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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
good point actually
No, since they are RC controlled cars.
2020 Escar Sunset,Also Known As The Naga Based On The Kia Morning
The Creepy:abused car with multiple destroyed car parts
Base:base model with base suspension/transmission/front/rear bumper/and even more
7dr:Entry-level '1' trim is as bare as a derelict cottage, with steel wheels and no air conditioning. However, you do get automatic lights, a trip computer, remote central locking, a passenger vanity...
1.0.2 7dr:Move up to 2 trim and you get more of the niceties you might expect in a modern car, including 14in alloy wheels, four stereo speakers, electrically adjustable door mirrors, air-con, all-round...
1.0 2 7dr Auto [4 seats] Move up to 2 trim and you get more of the niceties you might expect in a modern car, including 14in alloy wheels, four stereo speakers, electrically adjustable door mirrors, air-con, all-round...
SportX-Line:SportX-Line trim may appeal with its sporty styling, but you miss out on a fair bit of the 3’s kit including sat-nav, but you do get 16in alloy wheels and...
D-Line trim may appeal with its rugged styling, but you miss out on a fair bit of the 3’s kit including sat-nav, but you do get 16in alloy wheels, faux-leather...
1.0 3 7dr [4 seats] We reckon '3' is the trim to go for. Its equipment bonanza includes 15in wheels, a front armrest, power-folding door mirrors, climate control and cruise control. It doesn’t stop there, either
1.0 SportX-Line 7dr Auto [4 seats] SportX-Line trim may appeal with its sporty styling, but you miss out on a fair bit of the 3’s kit including sat-nav, but you do get 16in alloy wheels
1.0 3 7dr Auto [4 seats] We reckon '3' is the trim to go for. Its equipment bonanza includes 15in wheels, a front armrest, power-folding door mirrors, climate control and cruise control. It doesn’t stop there, either,
1.0 D-Line X 7dr More rugged styling and lots of kit including faux leather seats, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, keyless entry and start, wireless phone charging, 16in alloys and privacy glass,..
1.0T GDi SportX-Line 7dr [4 seats] More sporty styling and lots of kit including faux leather seats, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, keyless entry and start, wireless phone charging, 16in alloys and privacy glass,...
Rally:the rally car produces a cool grave/asphalt car that makes the car feels insane to drive
Man, where i can find a thread for suggestions for game, in general? Cars apart
2019 ETK Seychelles based on the 2019 porsche cayenne
Base:base model comes with the normal variant and it has v8
E-Hybrid:hybrid model with a 253Kw battery
S:a bit sporty would make the car very cool
GTS:Get your drive on with the 2019 ETK Paprika GTS top speed of 168 mph. This vehicle is precision at its finest, with a 4.0L V8 twin-turbo engine and 453 hp.
1981 Ibishu Tabion
1981 Honda Vigor
specs: FWD 5 speed Manual and 3 speed automatic 97HP
2021 Hirochi Cosmic
2021 Subaru Chiffon
specs: CVT 52HP FWD,4WD 64HP 0.7L
Configuration Cosmic max
Nooo, Not ETK Paprika
Call it ETK Seychelles
why would a car from 2020 thats barely a year old be abused
1956-1965 ETK 800 Series
FR Midsized Executive
801- 1.9L OHV I4, 75hp
802- 2.0L OHC I6, 90hp, leather
803- 2.4L OHC I6, 100hp, leather
804- 2.4L OHC Dual-Carb I6, 110hp, leather, hood ornament
804 V8- 3.1L OHC Dual-Carb V8, 125hp, leather, hood ornament
800/C- 3.0L OHV I6, 120hp, leather, hood ornament
824- 2.4L OHC I6, 105hp, leather
828- 2.8L OHC I6, 115hp, leather
835- 3.5L OHC V8, 135hp, leather, hood ornament
2012-2015 Dkf CD
Based on Porsche 911 (Front), Mazda Miata (Rear), and Audi TT (Side)
Transverse RMR Sportscar
CD15- 1.5L I4 135hp, RWD
CD20- High revving 2.0L I4 170hp, RWD
CD20S- Higher revving 2.0L I4 185hp, sport suspension, sport exhaust for increased engine output, spoiler, RWD
CD25- High revving 2.5L I5 200hp, sport suspension, RWD
CD25S- Higher revving 2.5L I5 215hp, sport suspension, sport exhaust for increased engine output, spoiler, RWD
CD30S- Higher revving 3.0L F6 250hp, sport suspension, dual exhaust, spoiler, RWD
CD20X- High revving 2.0L I4 170hp, raised suspension, foglights, AWD
CD25X- High revving 2.5L I5 200hp, raised suspension, foglights, AWD
CD25RS Turbo- High revving 2.5L Turbo I5 320hp, raised sport suspension, skidplate, rally wing, foglights, AWD, AWS
CD30S Turbo- High revving 3.0L Turbo F6 350hp, sport suspension, low wing, Widebody, RWD or AWD
CD25S Turbo- High revving 2.5L Turbo I5 320hp, sport suspension, low wing, widebody, RWD or AWD
CD30GT- Race Tuned 3.0L F6 300hp, sport suspension, high wing, widebody, RWD
1984-1991 Dkf PS
Audi quattro side, porsche 944 front, porsche 924 rear
Longitudinal FMR GT
PS18- 1.8L I4, RWD
PS25- 2.5L I4, RWD
PS30- 3.0L F6, RWD
PS30S- 3.0L DOHC F6, Sport suspension, RWD
PS30L- 3.0L F6, Luxury interior, RWD
PS40S- 4.0L DOHC V8, Sport suspension, RWD
PS40L- 4.0L DOHC V8, luxury interior, RWD
PS20S- 2.0L DOHC I4, sport suspension, RWD
PS25S- 2.5L DOHC I5, sport suspension, RWD
PS20S Turbo- 2.0L DOHC I4 Turbo, Sport suspension, RWD
PS25S Turbo- 2.5L DOHC I5 Turbo, sport suspension, RWD
PS30S Turbo- 3.0L DOHC F6 Turbo, sport suspension, RWD
PS40X- 4.0L DOHC V8, sport suspension, AWD
In which car is inspired?
I like the idea but wouldn't you think this would be a horochi because the sbr4 seems like a porche.
This is a concept of 2 vehicles I've come up with. I'll appreciate any concept art, suggestions/ideas, or a mod for these vehicles.
What is Brighton?
Brighton is a fictional British luxury car brand that was founded in the 1920s, primarily making race cars in the 1920s-1930s. They started lagging behind in racing in the 40s and began making roadsters to fund their racing efforts all the way through the 50s. They eventually dropped out of racing in the 1960s and swapped over to making luxury cars, but they didn't get much attention and the brand nearly went bankrupt in the 1970s, until they revealed one final car, which revived the brand, and they began making a healthy amount of sales. Over the last few decades, the brand has been growing slowly but surely, and they still make luxury cars to this day. Their current available models are the Brighton Starlight and the Celestial. Which we'll be talking about.
The Brighton Starlight
The Starlight is a full-size ultra-luxury sedan. Powered by a German 6 Liter W12 engine that has been paired with a 6/7/8 speed automatic. The car itself is comfortable to drive with its unique suspension setup, and other luxury features, such as a hydraulic suspension for rougher roads. Even though the car is quite heavy, it's W12 engine allows it to still go surprisingly quick. With a quick 0-60 time, and a reasonable, limited top speed.
The Starlight's body design is based on the Bentley Mulsanne & Continental, with the grille, headlights, taillights, and some other design features base on the ones from the Rolls-Royce Phantom and other Rolls Royce Sedans.
Base Model Stats and Info (Approximately):
Top Speed: 158 mph (254 kph)
Acceleration: 5.0 seconds 0-62 mph (0-100 kph)
Power/(Torque): 550 horsepower (590 ft/lbs)
Transmission: 6 speed automatic
Weight: 4900lbs (2222kg)
Model Years: 2017-Present
-6 Official Models from Brighton, lower end models will have a bit less horsepower and torque, also with 6 speed automatics. Higher end models will have 7 or 8 speed automatics with more horsepower and torque.
-A Limousine Variant of the higher end Starlight, a few extra feet longer with a longer wheelbase. Primarily used for pulling up at parties in style.
-A Custom Drift Limousine Variant, made by a private team of mechanics who wanted to have some fun. Swapped in a 5 speed manual transmission, lightened up body, stiffened suspension, RWD drivetrain, etc.
The Brighton Celestial
The Celestial is an ultra-luxury SUV made by Brighton to appeal to wealthy families who need a car that is more practical than the Starlight. The Celestial uses much of the same platform, chassis, engine, and transmission setup as the Starlight. Just more tuned for torque and raised suspension to suit worse roads.
It's price is a little bit cheaper than the Starlight, but not by a whole lot.
The Celestial's body design is mostly based on the Bentley Bentayga, with the grille, headlights, taillights, and other design features based on the ones from the Rolls-Royce Cullinan.
Base Model Stats and Info (Approximately):
Top Speed: 146 mph (234 kph)
Acceleration: 5.1 seconds 0-62 mph (0-100 kph)
Power/(Torque): 550 horsepower (630 ft/lbs)
Transmission: 6 speed automatic
Weight: 5840lbs (2648 kg)
Model Years: 2018-Present
-8 Official Models from Brighton, lower end models have a bit less horsepower and torque, also with 6 speed automatics. Higher end models will have 7 or 8 speed automatics with more horsepower and torque.
-An Amateur Rally Variant with mostly stripped out interior, special livery, rally tires, roll cage, etc. It will still be pretty heavy for a rally car, but it won't perform terribly.
If you guys have any ideas or suggestions, please throw them my way. And mods or concept art for the vehicles here would be greatly appreciated.
Various BMWs of the era, with mercedes interior and jaguar size
The front of this car actually reminds me a lot of the front of the vanilla Covet in terms of shape and styling, so it could easily fit in with the game.
my favorite van
1998 - 2005 Ibishu Miramar (Based off the 2000 Lexus IS200/IS300 and the 2001 infiniti I35)
"Return of a classic"
After being discontinued for a good few decades, Ibishu decided to bring back the Miramar as a brand new luxury car, while paying homage to it's 1960s ancestor by keeping it's front engine, rear wheel drive layout. The second gen Miramar is rather popular with tuners thanks to it's decent performance and wide variety of aftermarket parts.
The Malcontent: This long lost ride of a cop hating street racer comes from a bygone era of tuning. With a gaudy body kit, plenty of faded but still embarrassing skull decals, and tacky bright red wheels are only some of the things on this Miramar GTz that will make you feel sick to your stomach.
Base: Equipped with a 153hp 2.0L I6 coupled to either a 6 speed manual or 4 speed automatic transmission.
GT: Equipped with a 217hp 3.0L I6 coupled to either a 6 speed manual or 5 speed automatic transmission. There's not many visual differences between the Base and GT models, aside from HID headlights, tinted back windows, a two tone interior, and a upgraded stereo in the GT model.
GTz: A Miramar GT that's been given twin turbos and has had it's power bumped up to 320. Other features include an upgraded rear diff, sport bucket seats, a boost gauge, upgraded sport suspension, drilled brake rotors, a small rear spoiler, a front lip, and a sunroof.
Amateur Track: With a minor bump in power, racing suspension, racing tires, racing brakes, a stripped interior, a roll cage, a racing bucket seat, a Nomi racing wheel, a racing body kit, a racing spoiler, and a amateur circuit racing livery, this Miramar GT is perfect for those who want to start their racing career, or just have a fun car to take to the Hirochi Raceway Track Days.
Drift Missile: A modified Miramar GTz with a front bash bar, mismatched wheels, a stripped interior, racing bucket seats, a roll cage, a welded rear diff, and a drift missile livery.
Street Tuned: With stage 2 turbos and a few performance bolt-ons, this Miramar GTZ is making over 500hp to the rear wheels, making it perfect for racing on the freeway and gaining the unwanted attention of every cop looking to fill their quota. Other features include racing suspension, aftermarket wheels, a Mightyflex Beam-sport body kit, a rear duck-tail spoiler, dragon decals on the sides, and a few stickers on the rear window.
Sleeper: A rather bland looking Miramar GTz that's been dressed up to look like the base model, but has a 800hp 3.0L secret under it's hood. Perfect for outrunning unsuspecting Bolide drivers on the interstate!
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the GT manual model)
I like the idea of a highly tunable late 90s early 2000s Ibishu car. Especially with the 2nd gen pessima being quite disappointing.