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Your opinion: More modern cars or more classic cars?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Илья Каримов, Oct 20, 2020.

  1. ManfredE3

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    I've been asking for more platform sharing for ages. The Moonhawk and LeGran platforms could both give us a ton of content in terms of platform sharing for not much development recources, which is all the more ironic being that Bruckell has 2 vehicles to Gavril's 7 or 8 depending on how you count the Charro/Kentarch
     
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  2. vmlinuz

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    Classics are fun, plus we still don't have a '69-'71 proper muscle car
     
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  3. MrAnnoyingDude

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    The Barstow is pretty close - some muscle cars, even midsized ones like the Ford Torino, mirrored its unibody/front 2-wishbone/rear leaf springs setup.
     
  4. EvilMcSheep

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    While I like the look (along with the styling trends of the time period), I do agree that the car is on the 'boring' side visually;
    Thing is - compared to all the features that you listed, I find AWS to be far more interesting, as it makes the car surprisingly fun to drive, which is what ultimately matters the most for me :)
    I see what you mean, just jumping in to defend one of my favorite cars :)
     
  5. Cory5503

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    While the Barstow is close, it is certainly not a "true" late 60s-early 70s muscle car. As stated by devs in the past, it's dimensions are similar to that of a 1st gen Mustang. That factor, combined with the fact that it's a unibody car, lead it to be considered more of a pony car. What I would like to see as a "true" '69-'71 muscle car, and what I believe @vmlinuz is getting at, would be a full-frame, fullsize with multiple body styles (2dr fastback, 2dr coupe, 4dr sedan, wagon, ute) and multiple engine choices, ranging from mid-power-level small blocks to torque-monster big blocks, like the iconic GM 396 and 427 of the late '60s. The best example I can think of is the '72-'73 Ford Torino/Ranchero, although slightly newer than the aforementioned time period.
     
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  6. vmlinuz

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    I'm thinking of something along the lines of the Oldsmobile Cutlass, a midsize car complete with sedan, wagon, formal coupe and fastback styles. Maybe even a 1968-1972 Moonhawk?
     
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  7. Ayca

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    Just getting in here, Maybe a RAV-4 and CR-V mix up as an early 2000s Cross-over, and maybe a version of it for 2020. Don't be upset, I really like modern vehicles.
     
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  8. jonthefuzz

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    we need more 2000 to 2010 cars, there's only 4 at the moment. Only one started production in that era and it was at the end of it.
     
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  9. HeadlightsThePerson

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    I personally think that we need a 1960s SUV, like the Chevy Suburban. And maybe an early generation of Wentward. Like this:
    9690665C-5F63-4C73-90BE-277BFA69E5FC.jpeg
     
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  10. General S'mores

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    This is literally becoming the second coming of vehicle suggestions now at this point.
     
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  11. Belvedere58

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    I think the 1980s-2000s are pretty well covered. I'd like the 1950s and 2010s/2020s to be filled in a bit.


     
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  12. ManfredE3

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    These threads always become that. It is inevitable.
     
  13. Kueso

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    did i ever say the styling was bad? i only capped on the interior because it was utilitarian, and thats actually fine also because its a mass market econosedan.
    the pessima is also a favorite of mine, just wished we had a cooler "older brother" to the pessima. See my previous posts here for what it might look like
     
  14. EvilMcSheep

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    What?
    No, but you don't exactly sound excited for the car's looks, and I agree with you there, that it simply looks "fine".
     
  15. Seawolf9214u8

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    race cars
     
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  16. Kueso

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    lol i am not excited by its looks but thats ok
    its not meant to be "exciting"
     
  17. EvilMcSheep

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    Yeah! It's not! No disagreement here!
    You clearly said that it looks "fine" earlier, and at no point did I try to imply that you said otherwise
     
  18. korbitr

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    I feel like platform sharing could also kick off the much needed revamp to the game's vehicle selector. You could start off by choosing a manufacturer, then a platform, and then a model. Then, you would fine tune your selection through a series of menus instead of preset configurations.
     
  19. carlover6x6

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    classics are kinda boring need more modern bois
     
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  20. KrukasKlep

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    Your mother

    Get banned already
     
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