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WIP Beta released Ibishu Kashira (Gen 2) 1.0

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  1. Re:Z_IA

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    So, for the sake of time, the MR-V versions of the Kashira will be in the upcoming hotfix, but the Flux Concept will not. It's going to take a bit of time to finish the concept version, as there's a lot of things that are being changed, so I'd rather spend a bit more time refining that than rush it to completion within the next month. That being said, I do want to add a few more fun, small things for the next update, so stay tuned for that...
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  2. Beamtannic10710

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    oh no the kashira sleeper at a wall at 100 + mph crunches the car and the back hatch only survives and the engine goes into the front seats im having no problems just wanted to point it out
     
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    No spare wheel cover anymore? :/
     
  5. Re:Z_IA

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    Still exists, I just had it off for those pictures. It works the same way the Hopper does; there are several wheel options, and then you can choose to have a wheel cover over them or not.
     
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    Yahoo, another chance for another Kashira generation!
     
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  7. Beamtannic10710

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    b e c k h e n d l e
     
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    what do you expect lol
     
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    Any ETA on the RHD version, or was that just a teaser? Looking for a good RHD vehicle that is more modern than the original content offerings.
     
  10. SubaruSTI07™

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    WhyBeAre reviewed it!
     
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  11. King of Unnecessary Saves

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    Concept looks fabulous so far. Seems like an entirely different car though, would it be better as a new mod?
     
  12. Re:Z_IA

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    There aren’t any configs yet, but the actual parts are just about done, so they can probably be included in the next update.

    Eh, not really. It looks a lot different, but it’s all just cosmetic stuff. The suspension is still the same, and a lot of the underlying parts are the same or only slightly modified. It’s basically just a like a weird bodystyle mod; besides the electric drivetrain, it’s almost identical in mechanics to the “real” versions.
     
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  13. tobias95ng

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    an electric drivetrain doesnt fit a 90s car
    must this be now in any mod man ?

    but if you realy want to put this in can you make it a regular ICE car config too ?

    (i like the designe
    but i hate tos E-garbage of a vehicle until to my bones i realy realy hate them and nearly any real car guy too)
     
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    It's meant to be an over the top early 00s concept car, with overdone styling and CRT screen dashboards. Electric cars were pretty popular in that era, with the EV1, and insight and such, so an electric van concept isn't too far out.
     
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  15. tobias95ng

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    The styling is not to overdosed the 1996 chrysler voyager was realy round too




    well EV1 was 1 model under very vew mostly converted cars

    And it wouldnt go far with heavy lead accid or nickel cadmium Baterys (Thanks to the memory effect and decomposition ec.)
    even todays Lithium ion baterys dont life longer than estimate about 5 +- 2 years in regular term to not go under 80%

    (VERY ENVIORMENT FREANDLY to discompose them then with only MAX 60% recycling abilyty)


    ( I can talk about that all day long but this isnt good for my health)
     
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    if chevy can make an electric s10 in the late 90s, a japanese car company can make an electric family car concept in the early 00s. it's a lot like the ev1; unsuccessful and impractical, but created as a concept, a vision, of something that could be. doesn't matter if it's got shit range, so did other vehicles like it.
     
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    well a concep is still a concept in the 90s was mostly Hydrogen in the speaking you can use it in regular ice and Hydrogen fuel cells (witch fuel cells dekomose very fasst too buy the way)

    Or wat is about a hybrid van would be more interesting something like this :D
    If you put complete glas over the roof it would come close and on the model it is already round


    https://www.favcars.com/gm-hx3-hybrid-van-concept-1990-pictures-111524



    sugestion: Put the 1.8l engine in it and the electric drivetrain and make a hybrid out of it and the complete roof covered in glas like on this picture
     
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    oml i saw it out the corner of my eye and i thought "EWW WTH WAS DAT?" Then i saw it and i was like "eh, doesn't look that bad tbh."
     
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    Something that heavy isn't gonna go far with lead-acid batteries, but hey, it's a concept car. It just needs to roll into the showroom.
    But lithium ion batteries are decent, if they're cooled well they don't loose capacity at all really. Electric cars with liquid cooled battery packs have been known to break 100k miles without any measurable loss in capacity, although air cooled electric cars tend to fair about as well as your phone battery.
     
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  20. tobias95ng

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    The miles aren't the point.

    you can reach that if you drive them every day nearly empty but not too empty too break them its on the edge to move them between 10 and 90% by optimal condition's on straight ec

    and of course you need to have the top line of battery cells with luck (its a lottery like with CPU's of Computers ) then you reach that millage but you reduce the age of the if you use them to much and too less i hope you understand that its hard to explain.



    The point is the age and the loading cycle which is anytime you plug them in

    if you load them every week 1 time then it is approx 10 years if you load them each day then you have only max 5 years of life for the battery (but a high millage logical in one string) in the pr-axis field

    and as you mentioned Heat and cold is also a problem its funny that you need to heat them to hold more than 50% of capacity in the winter

    but you will even then have not more than 60% because you need to heat yourself and the accu in the Winter so you need way more energy

    for me the future is bio gas and bio fuel made out of co2 witch is the moust environment friendly way and you can even make a negative co2 rate if you put a tax on them and pump the produced oil back into the Earth where we had stolen it this reverses the process Google Power to Liquids its very interesting.

    Which the E-vehicles industry inst capable of because of the dynamic of the market it sill produces masses of co2 and only saves a small amount of it with the price to destroy the environment for rare earths like cobalt gallium germanium indium more silicium ec.

    and guess if u still want to rise rise rise and want more more more to replace everything with your product ?
    nothing has changed
    not a bit

    but another industry have found an excuse and want to kill off (or reduce) another one

    Environment Friendly E cars with environment friendly Capitalist Industry is a big Air Castle
    polution out of sight out of the mind

    the point of e cars is if it has no exhaust and is quiet it must be environment friendly amazing how (excuse me) ,,stupid" some people are who think that and this is a whole crowd of Allan musk prayers and i have seen under which work conditions and how they build them don't ask about the quality and quality control (pshhht it doesn't exist at least the cells build Panasonic or Samsung if this is still actual)

    i want no one to offend but share my point of few as an Electrician

    maby should move this to an separate threat because this is now a bit off topic if anyone have complains i will do that
    and i invested 1 hour to write that as a non native i have no live i should stop that...


    well a least i tried too cut it...
     
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