What BeamNG car would you drive in real life??

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Glitchy, Sep 12, 2016.

  1. Pengi Wan Kenobi

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    A solar yellow Ibishu Miramar. The base model is perfect, looks awesome, has adequate power, nice handling and simple enough to figure out what’s wrong when it won’t go.
     
  2. ItsFrozenGD

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    2016 Hirochi SBR4 base version in Flame Red.
     
  3. TheBlueS14

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    the interior picture says "WORLD OF MODS" Lmao another russian site
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    Oh, and "BEAMNGDRIVEMODS.COM"
     
  4. maty

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    Hirochi SBR4 AWD :)
     
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  6. Fujiwara Takumi

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    1st gen pessima in EX trim (if possible a Luxor EC2000 (an acura version of a pessima)
     
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  7. Spede3

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    D-35 Rancher or a 1st gen Moonhawk.
     
  8. STEVIE_G4M1NG_YT

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    Hirochi MusicaFicta AKA Piano!
     
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  9. PriusRepellent

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    Hirochi Sunburst with CVT. I like the feel of CVTs.
     
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  10. welshtoast

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    The classic, grey Gavril D-Series Off-Road. Probably was the best vehicle to do stuff back then
     
  11. WentwardB60

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    Wentward DT40L!! :):oops::D:cool:
     
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  12. Slammington

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    Are we being reallistic? Do I have to pay for the car, maintenance, insurance, tax, fuel etc.? Within those limits I'd just daily a base fuel injected covet since it'd be the cheapest thing to run.

    With an unlimited budget, likely a tuned Miramar or a 200BX. Prehaps in the name of originality a Burnside Special or a dreaful malaise barge dressing up like a sports car, AKA the Moonhawk :p
     
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  13. KaiserimnopYT

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    Etk k and s
     
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  14. SebastianJDM

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    i've only driven a crosstrek with a cvt, and it was a really weird feeling. i think i'd prefer an auto or dual-clutch over a cvt. i particularly didn't like the cvt holding 3000rpm at very light acceleration (pushing the pedal almost as light as possible) and i really didn't like how even when i let off the gas it would stay at 3000 for about 4 seconds before revving down to around 1500.

    i like the g-forces of gears shifting. my preference is a manual, but i do like DCTs. autos can be good, depending on what they're for (economy vs sport), but CVTs are a no-no for me.



    i'd really like to daily drive the 1.5ZXi covet or the Type-LS 200BX. i really love tiny little go-kart stick shift hatchbacks, but it always puts a smile on my face when i clutch kick a little corner in the rain or dirt. i enjoy drifting, but i really love tiny cars that handle amazing. miata is always the answer for me i guess
     
  15. PriusRepellent

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    I have a 2014 Honda Civic EX with a CVT in it, and that does not behave in that manner. The RPMs start dropping immediately after letting off the throttle, unless it is in S or L mode in which case it will hold a higher RPM (which is useful for engine braking in slippery conditions). I do know that Nissan CVTs are to be avoided like the plague, but I'm not sure on Subaru's CVT... it doesn't sound great though.
     
  16. rottenfitzy

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    But CVTs make noises usually associated with cows.

    They make a good motor sound pathetic.

    My carpool had a loaner outback with a 3.6 that sounded like..... a cement mixer. Getting to listen to an EZ30 with an auto afterwards was fantastic.

    The 3.6 is a decent sounding engine, but it was ruined by a CVT.
     
  17. SebastianJDM

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    i wonder if all transmissions one day will be continuously variable? they do offer a lot of advantages.
    or maybe they'll just be the cheap/efficient option, like the manual transmission. base model = cvt, higher-end model = auto

    i wonder when a cvt will be used on a production truck. like a semi, not a pickup. i'm no expert on it, but it seems like it could offer a huge advantage in acceleration, fuel mileage, and smooth driving while towing. theoretically, it would let you use the maximum amount of torque available from the engine, without having ratios that are preset for certain speeds/loads/rpms. you could always be in your perfect max torque range when towing heavy loads.
    i think it hasn't been done yet, or at least effectively enough to be used in mass production, because most cvts available are not constructed to handle very much torque, and building a stronger one would be expensive and take lots of development time. (?idk lol)


    anyways, this is a pretty interesting concept: useless manually-controlled cvt
    i think a better design for the shifter would be like this:
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  18. BeamNG-For-Life

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    i just got those pics off the internet. i didn't feel like going in game to get pics of that car.
     
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  19. MRcrash

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    Sunburst RS DCT, maybe with rally-ish suspension;)
     
  20. Enforcer_98

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    Mine would have to be an I series. Preferably a 3L 6 with a mild bodykit. Either that or have an Australian "Group C" spec bodykit. like this.

     
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