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Discussion in 'Automation' started by Xelerate, Jun 16, 2018.
scratch the first V12 car and the bibliography, I gave it a facelift.
EFI stands for Eh, F**k It. It was an american tuner, known for tuning cars and making stupidly unaffordable cars to fund production of a car for the masses. And this is their first one back in 2010, when he decide to slap a v12 in a Ferrari 458 body. The result was the EFI V12. It came with one trim and one engine, which he perfected, hence the trim is named "Perfection". 0-62 is 2.5 seconds while boasting speeds of around 280 mph thanks to the twin turbos setup.
Now making this as beamng quality is hard af, but you should see it pop up in the repository soon, as soon as someone knows how to do 3d jbeam editing for interior(cuz a bunch of text is not for me).
(P.S. the company is loosely inspired on Hennessey, with the business plans from Tesla)
Now that's out, which car looks better
Here's a restyle of the Avanta Vue V6. This restyle dropped the V8D trim and engine that came with it. (V8D stands for V8 Diesel). The V8 trim got renamed to Limited and the engine only comes on that rare trim. Only 500 units were made as a test run to see what the population would think of a modern V8 minivan. A new Elite trim was also added.
Up next, is the luxurious wagon you thought you didn't need. Here is the 2005-2010 Avanta Virage. This wagon was made to make American want wagons again. Sadly, this attempt failed and cost Avanta a decent amount of money. They did sell a few wagons however, making this a rather rare vehicle.
Next is the 2003-2008 Avanta Cardinal. This very compact hatchback was meant for fuel efficiency and nothing else. With all the gas guzzling vehicles Avanta has released, they needed something gas sipping and they sure did get it.
Finally, is Avanta's answer to the Crown Victoria. I introduce to you the Avanta Super S with a twin turbo V8. Though this was never made into a police cruiser. The Super S was a more luxury full-size sedan like a Town Car but better.
I now introduce a new brand I'm dealing with. This is the Falcon Motors Kestrel SS. This old boat was made to compete with the Chevrolet Impala.
Is the company Avanta inspired by the Avanta from roblox? Just curious.
I made 2 new cars today
2010-Still in production
1.5 L X-Track I4 Turbocharged Engine making 260 HP
And then I have this piece of trash I made in a couple of minutes or so.
(Obviously a joke vehicle)
Production ended from community hate
0.75 L I3 engine
I might have to fix my company's reputation.
2007 - 2011 Gavril Godman - Gavrils utility vehicle produced in Australia with the modular N/A I6 from Gavril making a sluggish 139 hp.
ETK- 1000 - A luxury SUV from ETK with 27.5 mpg and 277 hp with it's DI I6 option, leading ETK to be competitive in the SUV world.
that second car just looks and feels like a 10 year old raging at you for using "haxs" and making him lag in roblox. that's very hard to replicate in a car.
Lol. I really don't know why I made that vehicle. I basically just went wild on that car. It has 25 horsepower and it knocks at 40%. It is just a stupid vehicle I slapped together. It is my lowest quality car, but on another day, I might make something even stupider than this. Also, I actually do play Roblox.
That second car reminds me of what every single dumbass from elementary school thinks is a fast car...
Nope! Though it's a funny coincidence that happened, lmao.
The FMC (Falcon Motors Corp.) Commuter. This is FMC's answer to the 1st generation Mazda MPV. The commuter, however, had better fuel economy, better interior and entertainment system, and better safety features making it more popular than the MPV. (I honestly didn't even have the MPV in-mind. I think it's funny it came out looking like it though.)
And here's another new brand. This is Avanta's second branch, Hiyaku. They bring to you, the Hiyaku GTI. The GTI is an early 90s small Japanese truck. The GTI (I think) is the only truck with pop-up headlights. Hiyaku has also thought about making wagon and sedan, and coupe variants.
Inside of EFI garage, year 2020.
Owner: So, how does it look?
Worker: Like the year 3000.
Owner: The engine?
Worker: V8 American style with 1000 hp.
Owner: Store it in the safe. The world shouldn't know about this.
This is my Cheby Cleveland. Powered by a 260 inline 6. I love the way it turned out.
You could make start of the jbeam in Blender, it will need to be modified in wall of text, but it is lot easier to make groups and node/beam parameters than writing node positions from scratch in Notepad.
Also you could go for indestructible interior as such vehicle will probably have very strong cockpit (which would probably need modification in car's jbeam), real reason why many games don't have damage is that they choose easy way.
welp, text edit it is then.
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i just went to automation subreddit, holly s**t these redditers make good a** cars and edits. Take a look. Totally not mines and not yours so no replicating it to the repository.
Wow, that one almost looks real. Whoever made that is insanely talented.
props to the reddit users, now don't reverse engineer the cars it's not ours.
There is that f*** word, needs to have that part, you can use Explorer no problem. There even is different brand of cars having same model name, so it is perfectly possible to use such, but when you connect brand and model, then it comes an issue.
Ive even made an ad for it eventhough i didn’t enter the competition
I have more cars.
2015-Still in production
328-586 Horsepower "Hyper" engines
Eclipse Lance (name changed)
240 Horsepower "Generic" V6
2012-Still in production
240 Horsepower "Sporty" I6
And a police version making 40 more horsepower and a higher top speed
I like the car, but doesn't the name "Massacre' seem a bit questionable for a SUV purchaser?