Vehicle suggestions (See first post)

Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.

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It's possible to add a minivan from the 90s please?

  1. Yes, it's possible.

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  2. No, it's impossible, sorry.

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  3. We are going to think

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  1. Franz027

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    I'd like to see this truck in-game!
     
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  2. Noah Shhawww

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    Is it possible to make a replica of the Vulcan Cradle Snatcher with the D and T Series, here’s some photos.
     

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  3. instinctivebread

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    i have a question, what iphone is that....
     
  4. Driver_1

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    I have a few suggestions:
    1. A mid-2000s Civetta, based of the Ferrari 360, 430, and 458.



    Years: 2008-2013
    Trims:
    400: 4.0L N/A V8, steel wheels, just like the 320 trim on the Bolide, but with a bigger engine. Available with a 5-speed manual or 6-speed semi-automatic.
    450: 4.5L N/A V8, alloy wheels, just like the 350 trim on the Bolide, again with a bigger engine. Available with a 5-speed manual or 6-speed semi-automatic.
    450 GT: Again, just like the 350 GT on the Bolide, sport suspension, wheels, and tires. Available with a 5-speed manual or 6-speed semi-automatic.
    500 GTR: Race homologation version, with a single-turbo 5.0L V8 and wide fenders. Only available with a manual transmission.
    500 GTR Carbon Edition: "Just" a 500 GTR with some carbon fiber bits and a limited 500-unit production run. Only available with a manual transmission.
    GT3: Full GT3-style body kit, increased power, a sequential transmission, and race stuff all around.
    Turbo Rabbit: A 450 GT with race suspension, an upgraded turbo, and a widebody kit (Based of the Liberty Walk body kit for the IRL 458)





    2. Something based of the SN95 Mustang and "Catfish" Camaro, haven't thought of a good name:


    Years: 1991-1999
    Trims:
    Base: 4.5 V8, steel wheels, standard boring stuff. Available with a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic.
    Sport: 5.5 V8, alloy wheels, and sport suspension. Available with a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic.
    Luxe: 5.5 V8, chrome wheels and trim, a sunroof, a (fake) leather interior, and cutting-edge 90s tech; a CD player! Only available with an automatic transmission.
    RoadSport: standard 90s RoadSport config; supercharged 5.5 V8, Gavril Sport5 wheels, sport suspension, and a body kit, complete with an aluminum hood. Available with a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic.
    Police Interceptor: street racers shake in fear; a 6.9 V8 with a sport intake and ECU, sport suspension and tires, and police equipment. Is equipped with the 4-speed automatic.
    Race: standard race config; race tires and suspension, tuned engine, sequential transmission, and of coarse, the big wing.
    Drag: standard drag config; engine abusing steroids, stiffened springs and sway bars, and morbidly-obese rear tires.





    3. Ibishu Horizon, based off the R32, R33, and R34 Nissan skylines:



    Years: 1994-2001
    Trims:
    GT: base coupe, 200BX I4, steel wheels and hubcaps. Available with a 6-speed manual or 4-speed automatic.
    GL: same as the GT, but a sedan.
    GTS: 2.8L I6 and alloy wheels. Available with a 6-speed manual or 4-speed automatic.
    GLS: Sedan version of the GTS.
    GTS-TT: Twin turbo version, with sport suspension and a sunroof. Available with a 6-speed manual or 4-speed automatic.
    GLS-TT: again, sedan version of the GTS-TT.
    GTz: Top sport trim, with AWD, AWS, a sport ECU, and special wheels. Only available as a coupe, with a manual transmission.
    Custom: GTz equipped with a Nomi body kit, an upgraded turbo, race wheels, tires, and suspension, and racing seats.





    4. Cherrier Vitesse: Based off the Bugatti Veyron:

    Years:2006-2013
    Trims:
    "base": 12.0L V16, 8-speed DCT, all the luxuries you'd expect from a top-trim ETK.
    Turbo: quad-turbo model, with AWD.
    Plus: Tuned engine, with even wider tires than the base trims.
    Ultimate: 12-speed transmission with a tall final drive, reaching a top speed of over 400 km/h (250 MPH for American plebs such as I)





    5. ETK 900-series, based off the Porsche 911

    Years: 1973-1982
    Trims:
    914: base flat-4 model, with steel wheels. Only available with a 5-speed manual.
    916: flat-6 model with a passenger-side mirror and alloy wheels. Only available with a 5-speed manual.
    914t: one of the first turbos in the Beam-NG universe, releasing in 1974. Only available with a 5-speed manual.
    916t: same as the 916, but with a spinney-boi. Only available with a 5-speed manual.
    918: very limited flat-8 model. Only available with a 6-speed manual
    916-TTsport: the first ETK ever to bear the TTsport name, releasing in 1978. Only available with a 6-speed manual
    Custom: based of the IRL "Rauh Welt Begriff", or "RWB" Porsche tuning house cars, with extra-wide bolt-on fenders, deep-dish wheels, and some extra beans under the hood.




    Ibishu GT300, based off the Toyota 2000GT:

    Years:1967-1971
    Trims:
    Standard: Equipped with a 3.0L I6 and special steel wheels. Only available with a 4-speed manual.
    Luxe: Equipped with a nicer wood-trim interior and chrome wheels. Available with a 4-speed manual or a 3-speed automatic.
    Sport: Equipped with upgraded carburetors, sport suspension, wheels, and tires, a 5-speed transmission, and a "sport" steering wheel.
     
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  5. Noah Shhawww

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    XS sadly
     
  6. instinctivebread

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    sadly, i have the same phone as you have
     
  7. Noah Shhawww

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    Yea I need to upgrade, I like the cars you posted though
     
  8. instinctivebread

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    well uh thanks!
     
  9. Noah Shhawww

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    Yw, do they really look at the request or just choose what Looks best
     
  10. instinctivebread

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    i think both i don't remember actually
     
  11. Noah Shhawww

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    Ahh ok, hope they take effort into looking
     
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    2021 Autobello Talladega Based On The 2021 Fiat Pulse The Rear Is Fiat 500X And The Interior Is A Mazda CX5 and the steering wheel will be a volvo styled steering wheel



    Configs Count: 3
    Pulsed:A Regular version of the Talladega deliveres a safe journey for the car, the engine has a 2.3L Diesel 4 Cylinder
    Hybrid: Electric half diesel converted car makes it cool with a 4.3 Kw Battery Engine And A 4 Cylinder Engine
    Camouflage: this looks like a prototype you know, it can be tested in nordschleife

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  13. ExistingUser

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    We need a luxury division of Ibishu, just like how Toyota has Lexus. I dunno what we'd call it at the moment but still. Yeah.

    I've got a couple ideas lined up, but they're not original at all.

    - Something along the lines of the Lexus RX350 or maybe even the NX. At this point I'm just waiting for something modern. It could be a direct competitor for that ETK 1300 mod.

    -A luxury sedan off of the LS? Or a smaller but a tad sportier IS? Could be a competitor for the ETK 800 series or something.

    - A van! Something running along the lines of the Lexus LM. We hardly have any passenger vans in this game and I'd like to see something like this or a USDM minivan at least.
    But on the topic of the LM. Those guys are bulky and big, the pinnacle of status in Asian countries. We could make it only for the European market / Asian market in-game.
     
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    i..... really like this!
     
  16. Noah Shhawww

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    They seriously need these put these trucks in the game
     

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    *clears throat*
     
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    ???
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    your browser is probably broken
     
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  19. instinctivebread

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    sorry, i was meant to post anything
     
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    Got dumb and posted onto the wrong section of the forums but here it is.

    Okay... y'all are going to hate this but please hear me out.

    I very much understand that Cherrier is a French car company. However sometimes when I look at the modern styling on the cars I can't help but think of Hyundai for some reason (I KNOW, don't yell at meee).

    And I was thinking... hey! What if Cherrier could make a pickup truck? Kind of like how Hyundai has their Santa Cruz. A modern pickup that could be based off of a extended Tograc frame, maybe?

    And we'd call it the Cherrier Camion or sm.. idk
     
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