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Cherrier Vivace & Tograc

Discussion in 'Official Content' started by Falkrum, Feb 12, 2020.

  1. Grind86

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    Cool
     
  2. ManfredE3

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    Well, if others are starting to suggest things...

    I must say, I was very surprised that we didn't get a turbo rabbit kit for the Vivace. Smaller brands like Turbo Rabbit could really use some attention, and tuner culture in general is lacking across the game.
     
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  3. CaptainZoll

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    there is an unused bolt on widebody, for the non-widebody quarterpanels.
     
  4. ARES IV

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    All FCV engines and motors torque curves:




    1.2L I3 Gasoline (+ Exhaust Type Differences)
    1.2L I3 110 HP



    1.2L I3 STAGE 1 ECU 136 HP



    1.2L I3 STAGE 1 ECU SPORT EXHAUST 141 HP



    1.2L I3 STAGE 1 ECU TUNED EXHAUST 141 HP



    1.2L I3 STAGE 1 ECU RACE EXHAUST 147 HP


    1.5L I4 Diesel
    1.5L I4 Diesel 110 HP


    1.6L I4 Gasoline
    1.6L I4 Gasoline 163 HP



    1.6L I4 Gasoline 230 ECU 225 HP



    1.6L I4 Gasoline Race ECU 225 HP


    2.0L I4 Gasoline
    2.0L I4 270 ECU 269 HP


    2.0L I4 Gasoline 310 ECU 310 HP



    2.0L I4 310 ECU RALLY 325 HP



    2.0L I4 310 ECU Stage 1 350 HP


    2.0L I4 310 ECU Stage 2 370 HP



    2.0L I4 310 ECU Stage 3 404 HP


    2.0L I4 Diesel
    2.0L I4 Diesel 150 ECU 151 HP



    2.0L I4 Diesel 190 ECU 192 HP


    2.5L I5 Gasoline
    2.5L I5 Gasoline 350 ECU 351 HP



    2.5L I5 Gasoline 410 ECU 410 HP



    2.5L I5 Gasoline 410 ECU STAGE 1 465 HP


    2.5L I5 Gasoline 410 ECU STAGE 2 472 HP (possible bug, STAGE 3 and RACE ECU have the identical torque curve and as such are not shown here.


    ELECTRIC
    Front Motor Vivace 197 HP



    Front Motor Tograc 197 HP is identical to the front motor of the Vivace. It however uses a different final drive gear ratio so it does have different acceleration behavior in comparsion.



    Rear Motor 170 HP again identical between Vivace and Tograc but again with different final drive ratio





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  5. Phym

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    well, the paramedics tried to use an evora as an ambulance so I don't see how the tograc couldn't
     
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  6. G-Farce

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    Id break a leg just to get a ride in that evora
     
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  7. JayPlaysBeamNG

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    We need a tograc off-road model.
    Something like this:

     
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  8. McBeamer94

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    Hello everyone! First of all, I have to say I really like the new FCV cars. They look awesome and have some unique features like the carbon fiber roof. We've never before seen a carbon fiber roof in a production C-Segment (or 'Compact' as the US would classify it) Hot Hatchback, even in the digital world!
    The other day, though, I had an idea about a new car regarded to the FCV family platform. I think that the Official BeamNG Devs could also add a Sports Coupe/Roadster model so as to elevate the social status of both the FCV platform and the game. Since the FCV platform offers freedoms in design, forms of propulsion, suspension designs and electric motor placement, I think a sports model based on the FCV platform could also exist, having the same engines, drivelines, suspensions and battery packs (without excluding larger electric motors and battery packs in any future update, of course).
    The car in question could be a 2+2 Coupe, with a 2-seater soft-top Roadster version as well. I even found names for both body styles: the Coupe could be called the 'Cherrier Vitesse' ('Vitesse' is French for 'Speed', which is indicative of its purpose) and the name for the Roadster version could be the 'Cherrier Vitesse Souffle' ('Souffle' is French for 'Wind Breath' - 'Souffle de vent' = 'Breath of wind')!
    And here is what the words sound like!
    https://translate.google.com/#view=home&op=translate&sl=en&tl=fr&text=breath of wind
    Speaking of 'words', I just found out that 'Vivace' is French for 'Perennial' and 'Tograc' is Irish for 'Proposal'! Fantastic names, especially the 'Vivace' one, it shows a company modern and ahead of its time since its very beginning!
    https://translate.google.com/#view=home&op=translate&sl=fr&tl=en&text=vivace
    https://translate.google.com/#view=home&op=translate&sl=ga&tl=en&text=tograc

    Styling-wise, I have no suggestions but one thing is for sure: the carbon fiber roof and all the exterior lighting elements, the characteristic head- and taillights, the DRLs in the grille of the Arsenic versions, the rear light bar and the glass area in the C-Pillar (which, with its seamless fitting, gives the tail of the car a certain glasshouse effect), all these elements make the FCV cars look awesome and, therefore, should not be left out of the new body style!
    I also think that an active (or adjustable, with a push of a button) rear spoiler could also be applied on the Coupe/Roadster, not only for some extra optical spicing up of the things but also for testing the concept of active aerodynamics!
    But I cannot leave the Tograc out so I think that sporting and high-performance versions like the 230S / S 270 / S 310 Arsenic / S 350Q / S 410Q Arsenic could also exist since some car companies offer such versions of their C-Segment Crossovers IRL (the Audi RS Q3 is a great example) and, also, these versions could make great use of the Clutchex AWD system, especially when equipped with LSDs.

    Lastly, on a side note, I think that a slightly more powerful version of the 1.2 Inline-3 could be added in the OG variety. I noticed that, in the parts selector, there is an ECU part for the 1.2 Inline-3 which was formerly stated as ''130 ECU'' and is now stated as ''E 110 ECU Stage 1''. This former name (''130 ECU'') implies that this very part has got the potential of making a more powerful and better equipped OG version, called the ''130''. After all, the gap between the 110 and the 150d / 160 versions is quite wide and it needs some closing! Also, by saying ''better equipped'', I mean that, as opposed to the entry-level 110 version, the ''130'' version has alloy wheels and a better equipped interior as standard while the 7-speed DCT gearbox is optional.

    With the new 'rona wave lying upon us, stay home again, stay safe, have fun and show love and respect to BeamNG devs! :)
     
    #1188 McBeamer94, Jul 14, 2020 at 11:18 PM
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  9. FLyInG 2 YoUr SoUL

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    I think you need a better translator... ;)
     
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  10. McBeamer94

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    I think you need a better translator... ;)

    Could be! But all the others are correct! Haha! :p
     
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