Fahrfreude WC200 1.9

A small, premium sports car in it's most basic trim

  1. PrashGordon
    Target buyer: the purist petrolhead

    0-62mph: 7.7s
    Max Speed: 125 mph
    60-0mph: 32.3m
    Engine: 2.0 DOHC I5 petrol
    157 hp @ 6,700 RPM
    145 lb-ft @ 4,000 RPM
    Drive Layout: FR
    Transmission: 6 spd manual
    Weight: 1,265 kg
    City Economy: 37.8 UK mpg (30 mpg US)
    British Motorway Economy: 31.4 UK mpg
    Price: £28,095 / $35,595

    WC= Wendiges Coupe= agile Coupe

    Handling updates to come soon.

    Main rivals: BMW Z4, Audi TT, Subaru BR-Z/ Toyota GT-86


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Recent Updates

  1. Handling and ESC tweaks
  2. paint packs
  3. gear ratios

Recent Reviews

  1. G-Farce
    Version: 1.9
    Pains me to give it a two star rating, but I do like the concept. And your photos are nice.

    I drove it. Problem is it still looks like a concept.
    What's Corsa ESC? It's much better
    No hole/gap where the exhaust comes out

    Not a fan of the front grille. Front and rear fascia could be more polished & detailed. That's really my biggest complaint. Apart from the sound being rather uninspiring. I do like the lack of power though. Shouldn't comment on the handling since I was terrible at driving it, spinning out was a bit too easy. But I want to see you improve your designs by adding more detail rather than leaving them looking a bit too empty

    If you get the front and rear faces looking detailed, you can kind of get away with skimping on the rest, assuming you want to make the car realistic...that said the mirrors are about an inch or two too small.
  2. akindofcat
    Version: 1.9
    Gotta be honest with you, if your design language consists of lacking a diffuser, a license plate dent and many more details that a normal road going car has, you should really study some real life car designs. Cars are a form of art and they take skill to be made into something beautiful. One of the skills a good designer has is the capacity to combine various design elements that seem unfitting and turn them into something that works out flawlessly. Take this as a tip.
    1. PrashGordon
      Author's Response
      Did you even drive the car?
  3. Martin.S
    Version: 1.8
    Can you add more details because Your cars looks The same
    1. PrashGordon
      Author's Response
      No, there aren't that many fixtures I like and I don't want to have inconsistencies in the Fahrfreude design language
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