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WIP Beta released Ibishu Kashira 2.2

A small, sporty, minivan from Ibishu!

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  1. Tsutarja495

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    Will the manual shifter look something like this? (Civic Type R EP3)
     
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  2. Re:Z_IA

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    Oh, sorry! I'm kinda oblivious to thing a lot, ahaha. (✿ฺ>‿ฺ<)
    I think I'm going to be separating the "rally" version into both an offroad version, and a less-extreme rally version, so I can see about adding some new parts for the offroad one. Do you mean like the roof rack items from the offroad Roamer? I can definitely see about porting that over! (。◝‿◜。)

    A lot like that, yeah. Something like this is kinda what I'm going to do:

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    I've done a little bit more work on the interior today. The automatic shifter is now set up, and has animations for all the gears.

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    Park:
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    I also ported over the airbag steering wheel from the 200BX, and it looks a lot nicer! I'm probably going to source a lot of interior parts and design cues from the 200BX, but I'll definitely be adding more color options. As of now, I'm planning to do black, grey, and tan interiors, but I may also do a special design for the GTz trim or something.
     
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  3. zibi20

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    can do digital gauges in the 90's style
     
  4. @op@

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    Havent seen any cars from the same era with kashira having factory leds, (i live in finland), but its common to see extra ligts attached to older cars to make high beams better

    example photos
    1st pic is not that common anymore, led bar (2nd pic) have become more popular

     
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  5. GALAXYGAMER

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    it seems like she is kinda being overloaded with requests for thing or suggestions for the mod so i think its a good idea to maybe stop and not over overwhelm her so much.
     
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  6. SHOme1289

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    i agree, it must be so annoying lol i feel bad some of the modders here being inundated with requests :/
     
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  7. shade-S

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    Yeah the roamer roof rack, also thanks!
     
  8. AnIrishDerp

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    I dunno. If it was that long the car's 90s styling would be a bit ruined, the engine compartment would most likely be smaller along with the hood.
     
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  9. Ihatecheeseguy

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  10. marijn123@lol

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    maybe digital speedo meter in the middel of the dash
     
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  11. Zero

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    Guys, don't decide what's good or bad for the modder. (S)he has their own voice, and opinions. I'm sure they'll say if the suggestions are being too much :)
     
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  12. STEVIE_G4M1NG_YT

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    Yes, many minivans have digital dash displays in the middle for some reason :p
     
  13. shade-S

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    but the thing is, that is a newer dash HUD, this is a 1990's 2000 minivan/mpv we are talking about here.
     
  14. STEVIE_G4M1NG_YT

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    "2000s Minivans also have them!" -person who has been in a 2000s minivan with centre dash display
     
  15. MaxGamer1995

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    Its looking awesome! but you might want to use edge split in the doors and fenders (it might just be a shadow idk)
     
  16. shade-S

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    it needs a better vibe that suits the era though
     
  17. CaptainZoll

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    yaris-dash.jpeg
    yarisdash.jpeg
     
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  18. SHOme1289

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    nah, screw that stupid center dash idea, the interior view while driving would be so annoying...the gauges are supposed to be in front of the driver, i dont know what braniac thought it was a good idea to place such important stuff out of the field of view for the driver so they have to take their eyes off the road and be distracted. so dumb.
     
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  19. GALAXYGAMER

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    yes its her mod not ours this isnt russia
     
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  20. Loud_Mouth_Lorryist

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    It makes manufacturing a lot easier for the manufacturer. A single centre mounted cluster means less engineering for export left hand drive models as they can share more parts with the home models.
     
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