Beta Ridiculous Replicas 1.4

From Ascari’s and Audi’s to Tesla’s! The automotive A to T :)

  1. Jammy25
    The automotive A-Z of vehicles, recreated in BeamNG via Automation

    After much work and a lot of fact checking, I have finally managed to create enough vehicles to release this high detail, very realistic and near statistically exact automation replica package.

    All figures including power output, engine size and gear ratios are as close to accurate as I could make them.

    Featuring detachable parts:

    Audi Nanuk (concept)


    This perhaps lesser known concept is Audi's idea of an off-roading / rallying super-car. The Audi Nanuk is the result of what happens when engineers go mad i.e. a 5.0 litre twin turbo V10 diesel off-roading supercar with 544hp and 1000lb-ft of torque. The coupe body and I think rather fetching headlights also make certain that this thing looks good.

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    Power: 544hp
    Torque: 1000lb-ft
    Engine: twin turbo diesel V10
    Car class: Offroading supercar (cause quattro)

    Aston-Martin DB11 and DB11 AMR

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    Power, prestige and beauty seamlessly transferred into the modern age. The Aston-Martin DB11 is the ultimate way to cruise in style, on a motorway/highway/autobahn or a country road. The DB11 has a twin turbo AMG sourced V8 with 504hp and a rear wheel drive configuration.
    The DB11 AMR however uses Aston's very own 5.2 litre twin turbo V12 for oomph, providing 630hp to the slightly fatter rear wheels, along with minor suspension tweaks to make this DB11 ever so slightly more fun.

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    Power: 504hp
    Torque: 491lb-ft
    Engine: Twin turbo AMG V8
    Car class: Luxury performance GT

    Power: 630hp
    Torque: 622lb-ft
    Engine: Twint turbo V12
    Car class: Luxury performance GT

    BMW M5 and 530i

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    The exec express. The BMW 5 series is the do it all car; from family car to uber saloon, the 5 does it all. 2 states of tune are shown in this package, the 530i 4 cylinder turbo petrol with 250hp and rear wheel drive and the M5 with a 4.4 litre twin turbo V8 producing 600hp and a clever AWD system to keep it all in check.

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    Power: 246hp
    Torque: 233lb-ft
    Engine: 2.0 litre i4 Turbo
    Car class: Executive saloon

    Power: 620hp
    Torque: 616lb-ft
    Engine: 4.4 litre twin turbo V8
    Car class: Luxury performance saloon

    The Land Rover Range Rover


    Go anywhere in comfort and style, up until it gets a tad too old and it stops being stylish comfortable and able to go. Anywhere. However whilst its still working, the range rover provides a sense of class as well as an ability to do pretty much anything you'd need it to. From mountain climbing to cruising the Range Rover does it all...except driving fast. power comes courtesy of a twin turbo 3.0 litre diesel producing 330hp and 600lb-ft of torque at low rpms to make it better off the beaten trail.

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    Power: 329hp
    Torque: 620lb-ft
    Engine: 3.0 litre Twin turbo i6
    Car class: Luxury SUV

    The Land Rover Series II (Convertible / Hard-top / Pick-up)

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    The first Rover with offroading in mind. The Series II was reportedly derived after the founder of Rover marvelled at his neighbors use of this thing called a Jeep to do work around they're yard, and hence the Land-Rover was born! The precursor of the Range Rover above, the Series II is one of the original Land-Rovers built simply for utility and not much else. power is provided by what at the time was considered high tech: a 2.25 litre inline 4 cylinder petrol with 80hp and not that much torque. But the Land-Rover is light so it doesn't need much.

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    Power: 74hp
    Torque: 127lb-ft
    Engine: 2.25 litre i4
    Car class: Classic off-roader

    The Porsche 911 2.7 RS


    Arguably one of the best and most collectible 911's ever made. The Porsche 911 2.7 RS was a pure drivers car providing astonishing performance and handling at the time. The classic rear engine 911 layout is used along with a ductail spoiler (not replicated) and the introduction of a red on white paint scheme and the famous fuchs wheels. with 210hp and a 950kg kerb weight the 911 2.7 RS will propel itself to 60 in under 6.0 seconds!

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    Power: 296hp
    Torque: 216lb-ft
    Engine: 2.7 litre flat 6
    Car class: Performance classic

    The Porsche 911 Carrera S (1975)


    The 1975 Porsche 911 was a naturally aspirated feather weight vehicle with little power in comparison to modern cars. Its weight is also much lower than that of a modern car meaning that it has an admirable power to weight ratio. This means that the car takes full advantage of the power and torque that it has and will make you want to drive (and crash) it more. (Warning it likes to spin).

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    Power: 221hp
    Torque: 185lb-ft
    Engine: 2.7 litre flat 6
    Car class: Performance classic

    The Ascari KZ1


    The Ascari KZ1 was a textbook supercar built by British company Ascari, owned by a Dutch business man, in 2004. The car used an S62 BMW V8 similar to that found in the E92 M3 only modified to produce more power. The car was light weight at 1250kg and had a manual transmission. Every car was hand built and take days to craft. The company folded in 2010 after producing its final roadcar the A10.

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    Power: 536hp
    Torque: 406lb-ft
    Engine: NA 4.0 litre BMW V8
    Car class: Supercar

    BMW 850CSI


    The BMW 8 series was a luxury coupe designed to attract wealthy luxury car buyers to the BMW brand. It was not a replacement for the 6 series of the time and was supposed to be the very best BMW could offer. There were multiple variants including the 840CI which had a 4.2 litre V8 and the 850 CI which had a V12. The 850CSI however was tuned to be faster and harder with stiffened lowered suspension to improve cornering and more power. All variants were available with the option of a manual or automatic transmission.

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    Power: 404hp
    Torque: 392lb-ft
    Engine: NA 5.6 litre V12
    Car class: Luxury coupe

    Tesla Model S


    The Tesla Model S caused quite the stir in the car industry and started a seismic shift in the direction of electrified transportation fueled by renewable energy. The car wowed with its insane technological features such as its autopilot system as well as its supercar shattering performance with the performance models. Perhaps the car to save the automotive industry?

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    Power: 756hp (kinda)
    Torque 713lb-ft (Sorta)
    Engine: Electric Motors (defo)
    Car class: Performance saloon

    Jaguar I-Pace


    The Jaguar I-Pace is something of a leap forwards for Jaguar (pun intended) as it now aspires to recreate itself as an all electric brand by the year 2023. The I-Pace is first on the agenda and is a direct result of the Tesla Model S (See above). The appeal of the I-Pace is the lack of any quality control issues and the hatch SUV/ desirable hatch SUV body shape and an outlandish eye catching design (I quite like it). The I-Pace may not beat the Tesla in all areas but its a fantastic first attempt.

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    Power: 400hp (maybe)
    Torque: 513lb-ft (perhaps)
    Engine: Electric Motors
    Car class: SUV/ large hatchback

    Jaguar I-Pace eTROPHY


    The I-Pace eTROPHY is involved in a one make racing series. This series is a support series to Formula E and involves the use of modified identical I-Paces being raced as a way of showing who is the best driver. I think its got the same motors as the regular car. Its just lightened.

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    Power: 400hp (who knows)
    Torque: 512lb-ft (what else should I say)
    Engine: Dishwasher
    Car class: Racing Dishwasher

    The Mercedes S-Class


    The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is an evolutionary staple in the automotive industry, every new generation showcases new technologies that boggle and bewilder the mind. However the S-Class applies these technologies in such a way as to make them comforting, and allowing them to aid your experience. However I am unable to replicate the massaging system in the S-Class so all you need to know is; it drifts, it shifts and it'll turn into a million little bits.
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    coming soon: DRL's

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    Power: 660hp
    Torque: 616lb-ft
    Drivetrain: AWD 9 speed advanced automatic V8 Biturbo

    Audi A7


    The Audi A7 was designed to fill another niche market, namely people who wanted a luxurious saloon crossed with a sporty coupe. Thus the Audi A7 was born, sat between the A6 and A8. The car is now on its second generation and features an angular design with ever more complex headlights and taillights (the real car has animated ight sequences).

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    Power: 330hp
    Torque: 350lb-ft
    Drivetrain: 7 speed dual clutch AWD, V6 Biturbo

    Peugeot 205 RX
    (I'll make a GTI soon)


    The Peugeot 205 is a car I know nothing about apart from its apparent fame and the popularity of many of its variants including the GTi. The car is an icon with its short boxy styling, small black panels on the C pillar, easily recognisable front fascia and perky engines making it a favorite amongst city dwellers, tuners and ricers alike. The model replicated here was a suggestion hence why its not a full blown GTi and was only sold in the UK and Spain.

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    Power: 80hp
    Torque: 83lb-ft
    Engine: 1.6 litre NA petrol
    Car class: Compact Hatchback
    Please feel free to leave a review!

    Enjoy! - Please tell me how I can improve.

Recent Updates

  1. Additional tweakage
  2. Requested tweakage
  3. A tweakage

Recent Reviews

  1. MEM756
    Version: 1.4
    Very nice! I wouldn't tell the difference between the originals and yours. You've got lots of talents!
    1. Jammy25
      Author's Response
      Thx, I should probably update this
  2. Soupisgood2
    Version: 1.4
    This is a very good mod! Also, how did you do the Tesla's electric engine?
    1. Jammy25
      Author's Response
      I made an engine in automation, removed the sound file, edited the jbeam file so it gave a more realistic electric response (instant torque), also changing it so that it only had one forwards gear
  3. Serginko
    Version: 1.4
    Lol, this is excellent! :) How did you make detachable parts? :D It is awesome.
    1. Jammy25
      Author's Response
      The detachable parts were part of an automation mod in the steam workshop. I have no idea if they are still there as the game may have had an update? I haven’t played in a while so don’t really know :s
  4. RiFlech
    Version: 1.4
    How come I've never seen this before? weird, I went to the top rating page and found this, looks great!
    1. Jammy25
      Author's Response
      I need to update it so it’s get more notice so that people who want replicas notice it.

      Thanks for the review!
  5. bgrunwald
    Version: 1.4
    This is by far the best pack of auto-beam cars out there, thanks for the work! Still confused as to how you did those high / low beams on that audi. If you wouldn't mind giving me a mini tutorial, it would be much appreciated!
    1. Jammy25
      Author's Response
      I’ll send you some notes (you reminded me I need to give the same notes to Martin.S)

      Thanks for the review!
  6. TheBlueS14
    Version: 1.4
    Holy crap the bmw, mercedes, and a7 are crazy real same with tesla
    1. Jammy25
      Author's Response
      Thanks, I’ve got an update for the Mercedes and BMW’s coming and will probably attempt a model X.
      Hope you enjoyed it
  7. KaiserimnopYT
    Version: 1.3
    omg I have no words this is just beautiful pack
    The best automation replica ever I love it
    Just if you could please add more French car and some MPV it would be amazing
    Once again I love that pack
    1. Jammy25
      Author's Response
      I might add a Renault grand scenic as my family had one when I was a kid. Fun story; it had an automatic handbrake. We took it to a car wash and the battery died. The manual release for the handbrake didn’t work and the garage had to close the car wash for an hour. The AA came and jumped it later on, fun story over :)$_86.JPG
  8. Martin.S
    Version: 1.3
    Audi A7 is perfect!
    I have a question, do you have chanel on youtube? If you have can you create tutorial how to make low, high beam and braking light?
    If you have chanel on YouTube, please give me link or name on YT.
    My name on YouTube: White Metalic
    I'm sorry for my English but I'm from Poland :) Thank you for Audi A7!
    You are the best creator in Automation!
    1. Jammy25
      Author's Response
      I don't have a Youtube channel although I can message you some instructions, its a bit trial and errorish.
      your English is fine.
      I had to ask @inn0ccentjok3r how to do it although I worked out the main jist of how to do it before he responded, am still having trouble getting to grips with BNeditor, it keeps on deleting the wheels from my cars making them useless meaning I end up using the notepad application.
      Glad you like it!
      I might make a B6 RS4 at some point
  9. Martin.S
    Version: 1.2
    Hello! You made very good replicas in Automation! Can I suggest some cars?
    Audi Q5 2014
    Audi A4 B6 Sedan
    BMW X1
    Fiat Stilo
    1. Jammy25
      Author's Response
      Thankyou for the review and I will certainly attempt all those suggestions :)
  10. The Stig Is A Spy
    The Stig Is A Spy
    Version: 1.2
    Words fail to describe the amount of detail poured into the cars. Thanks for sharing with us the pinnacle of Automation replicas.
    1. Jammy25
      Author's Response
      Words fail to describe how spectacular your use of the English dictionary is (not sarcasm).
      Thanks mate glad you like them:)
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