Tratant 601 deluxe 3.0 - 1 Year Anniversary

A 60s car built in the DDR that has earned an Iconic status. -ADDED TUNING PARTS!

  1. Inn0centJok3r
    You may very well know this car...Its a Trabant! It may not be fast or good but its part of pop culture.
    The Trabant, as awfully slow it is, has reached an iconc status, especially in germany. It was the car you got over in the DDR. You had to wait a couple years until your Trabant was made tho, as waiting lists were huge. Everyone in germany will recongnise this car! Also there are a ton of Souveniers involving ths car when you go to A LOT. The little Trabbi was intended as a car for everyone in eastern Germany. Cheap to buy and cheap to run. Crash testing wasnt a thing back in the 60s, so the body panels were made with Duroplast, in rather dirty facilities, creating rather low-quality parts. The little 2-stroke 2 cylinder engine was produced as a cheap and compact package that could quickly be dropped in the car once its time. Electronic gadgets didnt exist back then so the Trabant only had the neccessary things. There were various redesign concepts of the Trabant to bring some life back into it but they unfortunately were never made. It got one redesign in 1984 however, the Trabant 1.1, featuring a 1.1 liter VW Lupo engine and slightly tweaked exterior. The engine unfortunately also was pretty much all they could spend on the redesign to nothing major changed, other than the fact that it has twice the power now. After the Berlin Wall fell and politics changed in eastern Germany, the Trabant was quite quickly discontinued in July 1990.

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    The rear looks slightly weird but thats the closest you’ll get in Automation
    with the existing bodies
    Performance stats
    23 Horsepower at 5300rpm
    Redline at 5300rpm
    0-100km/h in ~30 seconds
    Top speed of 116km/h
    Weight of 641kg


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    Here is the very very detailed text and DDR plate that Ive made.
    I spent a lot of time on the small things here...but after all, this is a small car
    FWD Front engine layout
    A 595cc (0.595l) Inline 2 2-stroke engine
    Solid Axle Leaf (F)
    Solid Axle Leaf (R)

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    More details
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    It fits into this map really well. Its the old Autobahn. The very old one.

    Anyway, have fun with this icon in Beamng!

    For more replicas you might also want to check out these packs here:

    Please leave a rating if you like this masterpiece of soviet engineering!
    Thank ya bud

Recent Reviews

  1. michael_zowski
    Version: 3.0 - 1 Year Anniversary
    How did you get the horn and custom startup sounds?
  2. Subo M O D E
    Subo M O D E
    Version: 3.0 - 1 Year Anniversary
    listen to rammstein in beamng
  3. Gradarobett
    Version: 2.01
    Looks great! Wonderful details, and you really nailed that grille.
    1. Inn0centJok3r
      Author's Response
      Thank ya! I used like 20 I individual chrome strips to make that grille
  4. Your average car dude
    Your average car dude
    Version: 2.0
    I should be playing Doug Demuro's Trabant review while driving this lol Great work on the details again
    1. Inn0centJok3r
      Author's Response
      Hehe thank ya!
      I took some hours out of my life to improve it becaues it was pretty crap at the beginning. Well for my standarts now.
      And indeed, a Doug rewiev while driving along would fit well
  5. Nathan24™
    Version: 1.1
    Lol it can't even reach 60mph lmao
    1. Inn0centJok3r
      Author's Response
      The real one BARELY gets to that xD i mean its a 24 hp engine...
      Theoretically you can reach 60mph downhill or with some wind in the back...
      Anyway, Thanks for the rating!
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