PyeongKong Vehicle thread

Discussion in 'Automation' started by Shadowdragon94, Jul 23, 2018.

  1. Shadowdragon94

    Shadowdragon94
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    PyeongKong (usually called PYK) Is a auto manufacturer that makes cars,SUVs,hatchbacks,and vans,the vehicles are usually poorly made,handle bad,and have few features and engines that don't make a lot of power.

    Vehicles:



    PyeongKong S450(to be renamed the 250 Series soon)
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    [released on repository]
    introduced in 2007
    4 door "performance" sedan
    FWD
    2.0L 4-cylinder making 107 horsepower
    0-60 mph: 10.2 Sec
    5-speed transmission
    optional power mirrors
    optional 4-speed automatic avaliable.

    reviews and scores:

    general road test: untested
    general review: untested

    crash test ratings:
    frontal offset: 2 out of 5
    side test: 2 out of 5
    rear whiplash protection: 3.5 out of 5
    emergency handling/moose test: 4 out of 5



    PyeongKong 300 series

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    [released on repository]
    introduced in 1995
    4 door Utility SUV
    4WD
    2.9L V6 making Unknown horsepower
    0-60 mph: 13.5 Sec
    4-speed transmission
    Standard locking differentals
    Sunroof optional.

    reviews and scores:

    general road test: lots of body roll and poor acceleration
    general review: cheap materials and poor build quality,does have an inclinometer though

    crash test ratings:
    frontal offset: 3 out of 5
    side test: 2 out of 5
    rear whiplash protection: 2 out of 5
    emergency handling/moose test: 2.5 out of 5



    PyeongKong 400 series
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    [due for release soon]
    Introduced in 2006
    4 door full-size SUV
    AWD
    2.0L 4-cylinder engine making 107 horsepower
    0-60 mph: 12.5 Sec
    4-speed transmission
    optional power door locks

    reviews and scores:

    general road test: handles like a fridge on a skateboard.
    general review: poor build quality and materials

    crash test ratings:
    frontal offset: 2 out of 5
    side test: 3 out of 5
    rear whiplash protection: 3 out of 5
    emergency handling/moose test: 1 out of 5



    PyeongKong 100 Series

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    [due for release soon]
    Introduced in 2012
    5-door economy hatchback
    FWD
    1.3L 3-cylinder engine making 60 horsepower
    0-60 mph: 15.2 Sec
    5-speed transmission
    optional automatic transmission

    reviews and scores:

    general road test: this thing makes a yugo look fast
    general review: barely any features,drivers seat collapsed during road test.

    crash test ratings:
    frontal offset: 3.5 out of 5
    side test: 3 out of 5
    rear whiplash protection: 2 out of 5
    emergency handling/moose test: 4 out of 5



    PyeongKong 200 series
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    [due for release soon]
    Introduced in 1995
    4-door midsize "luxury" sedan
    FWD
    1.8L 4-cylinder engine making 90 horsepower
    0-60 mph: 13.5 Sec
    4-speed automatic transmission
    power mirrors optional

    reviews and scores:

    general road test: if Lada tried to build a mercedes this would be it.
    general review: good features,poor performance and material quality

    crash test ratings:
    frontal offset: 2 out of 5
    side test: 1 out of 5
    rear whiplash protection: 2 out of 5
    emergency handling/moose test: 3 out of 5



    Disclaimer: these vehicles are meant to be a parody of cars sold under the brand Pheyongwa motors and in general cheap underpowered cars. These vehicles are to be taken lightly and I have no intent to offend anyone whom lives under the North Korean Regime and in no way support the wrongdoings of the North Korea government.
     
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  2. Kueso

    Kueso
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    nice work!
     
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