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Discussion in 'Land' started by naguluna, Sep 13, 2017.
Nah, sos un capo. Lo quiero ya.
Perdón, no quería no ponerlo en inglés
Will have variants of the Uno? As Elba and Duna.
I like the project
Caramba mano, Fiat uno no beamNg..... O modelo está fantástico
I think this should be called Motonelli Livorno. FAIT sounds like it is a bad copy of FIAT. One just too much remind me on a Mini.
But it is a great mod, especially because it is a European car.
why so impatient?
i have ADHD
oh, my bad, sorry to hear that
That doesn't give you an excuse to ignore everyone who's told you to be patient, and to just let the author work on their project. I've had ADHD really bad for a long time, so using it as an excuse for constantly asking for mods sounds a lot like BS to me.
(Un is French)
Great. I own one and I will be very happy to drive it in game.
My advice is to make more variants by engine specifications (Fait One 45, 60, Turbo Diesel, One Turbo)
I own a Uno Cs 94 brazilian, and it would really be great to destroy it in Beamng
Fiat One: The Best Project
The "Uno" nameplate originated from the internal project designation ("Tipo 1"). You could use that as a name.
Also, I agree that "FAIT" sounds a bit weird, I missed this thread at first because I didn't get the reference...
"Motonelli" or "Nardelli" both sound more plausible as brand names: both are italian surnames and most italian manufactures were named after their founders. "FIAT" is clearly an exception, but it's worth mentioning that fiat also means "let it be done" in latin (3rd person imperative of the passive verb fio, "to be done").
In un fiat ("in a very short timelapse") is still used nowadays to command something to be done quickly. So "FIAT" is known to be an acronym ("Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino"), but it's also a play on words with a reference to the higher speed of personal transportation granted by motorized automobiles when compared to horse carts.
"FAIT" misses on both references!
"Motonelli Tipo 1"... Don't you like the ring of it?
Also, do you plan to have both EU and Latin America configurations for the front end? European models never got the clamshell bonnet, although the brazilian-built Uno was imported back for a couple of years as a budget alternative, in the form of the Uno CS ("Costruzione Straniera").
European models looked like this:
The look of the two variants diverged even further with the '91 restyling. Any plans for that?
The brazilian Uno and Elba also formed the basis for the badge-engineered Innocenti Mille and Elba respectively. Innocenti models were available on most european markets... although I doubt anyone really cared...
i don't cARE if its on a covet frame or has covet jbeam iits awsome
Can't wait to smash it between an Oldsmobile and a Caprice
And to drive it of course, this is appearing at the right moment, we can hope to see Italy released this year i guess, so this one nice car to drive around on it.
That would be amazing
Can we shove Mr stiggy in the drivers seat?
This looks amazing tho srsly can't wait, its kind of like the charmand b200 mod if thats what its called