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Discussion in 'Official Content' started by gabester, Oct 3, 2018.
Or a Drift config
I don't think the rear engine layout really lends itself to drifting, though. When was the last time you saw a rear engined drift car?
MR2,Skoda 130/105,Maluch 126p?
I've never seen one of those used as a drift car, though. Also, small nitpick, the MR2 is mid-engined
the piccolina is driftable, just dangerous. short wheelbase and rear engine makes it a bit scary, but you just have to be sure to catch the slide early and never lift. ever.
the rear engine does help in the way that it doesn't even need much power to get sideways, just some cleverly timed lift-off oversteer/weight transfer.
i actually enjoy sliding the 150 corse, but it's really hard to get used to with the amount of steering angle it has (or lack thereof).
True, though I think it isn't a viable drift car exactly due to the short wheelbase and rear engine layout.
Typically drift cars ideally have long wheelbases and the engine situated in the front. This is because the longer wheelbase will increase the car's moment of inertia (In other words, the car will be more stable) and the engine being situated over the front axle will increase the grip of the front tires. That's why the most common drift cars are the S13, S14, S15, 350/370z, BMWs of various sorts, Mustangs, Volvo 240s, etc. These cars all have the long wheelbase and the front engine layout in common
Still says it
Yeh but I inserted the pic, I think ?
Is it the yellow seat?
Yeh the yellow Fiat/Seat
Does anybody know why is variant of 110 made from 1969 to 1973 lacking bumpers?
That issue has been fixed in the 0.15 hotfix.
Maybe a Zastava variant? It's basically the exact same thing but with a different badge
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BTW something completely irrelevant. Does anyone know how can I change from MPH to KMH?
I wonder if we will ever get more vehicles from this brand in the future. Some sort of mid engined roadster would be cool. Maybe something along the lines of the Porsche 914.
or something like the fiat 124/126
Cool though it would be, it would be a different car from Fiat. Because remember, Autobello is based on Fiat and/or VW. This means that the closest thing we could have to your suggestion would be the Fiat Coupe, which I absolutely adore.
Or a 914 + X1/9 mashup.