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Discussion in 'Automation' started by Xelerate, Jun 16, 2018.
Griffin Ddraig - Obligatory Hypercar, Voiture Coupe - 90s Luxury car, Voiture Plage - Definitely not a MEGA Track and
Huandai Sportive - Mitsubishi inspired Pacific Muscle car
I'm planning to get automation when the promotional sale comes out and the first car i'll make is a Volvo 850 wagon. (if I have the skill)
I know it's supposed to anyways, but that looks impressively like my C4. I like it! The hard tops rim choice looks a little strange even though that style does suit the time period rather well, but that's probably just because I am used to seeing mine with the big flat turbine wheels every day. The only other thing I think I would make a remark on would be that it seems to have an awful lot of ground clearance with relatively narrow tires, granted, that might just be how Automation renders vehicles... so you might have no control over that. For instance, mine only has 4 inches of ground clearance at its lowest spot and probably about 6 inches everywhere else.
1995 Civetta Devil
My first complete car:
1982 Omni Entrega GTT Turbo
2018 Omni Caldo Turbo
2003 Civetta Bolide 350GT
I have lots more, but these are some of my favorites.
2005-2018 Gavril Barstow
Nice design on the barstow, definelly some cues of the classic one on it.
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Hey Shelby 427, you got me inspired
2019 Bruckell Moonhawk: Kinda like what a Mercury Cougar buyer would want today. A luxurious and confortable muscle car. The motor is the same of the Babylon, 1949 350 V8, completely tweaked for working on a modern car. Turned out great, except for the poor fuel economy.
2012 MV Design KeiRacer: This was a design study on a race car based on japanese kei car dimensions, with a 400cil turbo I3. It was canceled before completion. Note the use of the same fixture on the front and back lights.
'67 Badge H/R Wagon: Since the start of our company, we have a program of adoption of stray dogs and cats. In 1967, our main engineer adopted a big fluffy dog (do not ask me it's breed, I'm a designer, not a biologist. I only know it was brown with big white spots) and, to carry it from home to our in house daycare, he racked his almost new Badge H/R Sedan and fitted a rear hoof section taken from another car in the scrapyard. The idea was so good, it went into production. Unfortunally, the dog destroyed the car, chewed all he could, teared the interior, scratched the body, and finally chewed the wiring loom causing a big short circuit, destroing three cars and almost killing an old lady inside one of the burned cars. The dog was returned to the program's holder and never to be seen again. Here's the only 2 pictures of the car.
I do wonder how well the game would handle my sort of designs...
I'm guessing the "N" fell off the back (just pointing it out), it looks good though, I love the retro grille
holy bevus thats looks so nice...
This looks awesome!
I have made 3 generations of this car so far, and I will be making more ranging from the 80s to now
2005 Omni Ennui SE V6
2009 Omni Ennui SE V6
2019 Omni Ennui Sport
I think MooHawk sounds cooler, like an eagle-cow super hybrid
Well there goes my easter egg lol
1978 Ibishu Pacer concept
I just got the game today so my first attempt is quite awful, but here she is!
Introducing, The Bonkacho Bullrunner - 1976
Here's my second try; (not as photogenic)
Introducing, The Japatow Citisahr Mk. V - 1985
(sorry for the picdump) - Introducing, The Mahitzu Hymaco 4x4 UTE! - 1991
i plan to imort all three and more, especially to test out stupid ideas like a v12 hatchback!