Well, we know that you like the fastest, grippiest things. The Cielo, Estado RTech enz. But sometimes, you just have to enjoy something more... plain. Like plain white bread with sugar.
So, here is the Galactis EOS TDI base model. It's got lights, wheels, an interior, a steering wheel, and a diesel 4-cylinder engine. Top speed depends on how much you had for breakfast, although the handling is actually decent for this type of car. It'll set you back only $25000, so it might be an alright deal.
Alright, alright, fine. Here's your performance version, the EOS Sport. It's got a 2.0L I5T sharing some parts with the Nero supercar, just to give you that taste of exotic. It peaks out brumbling 280hp at the crank at 8500rpm. You can get it with sport tyres and 4 wheel steering (functioning and visible in BeamNG) as absurdly overpriced options, as well as some nice sport seats. It weighs in at 400kg more than the TDI because of its bigger engine and heavier drivetrain, which is however supplemented by the price remaining around $40000.
So, when life gives you lemons, forget lemonade, make electric cars! This is meant as a budget alternative to a Tesla Model 3 in wagon form. Sure, the interior isn't as nice and it's only got 2 motors at the front making 214hp, but it costs over $5000 less than a base Model 3. With its mighty 40kWh battery pack borrowed from... grandma's electric toothbrush, this can last you plenty long enough to get to your work and halfway back. This version does come standard with 4 wheel steering however, to hopefully sell more of them.
(Designed and Jbeamed/Engineered by SupraWIP and Wo Llank)