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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by crazikyle, Jan 26, 2016.
The interior seems to have a screen in the middle like audi's and mazda's
go go me modern infotainment
Also, I'm not the only one who thinks the tailbar is pretty reminiscent of those on modern-day SEATs?
steering wheel seems to feature lots of chrome, again reminiscent of mazda interiors
The whole thing looks kind of like a SEAT, other than the front... here comes 2000 threads of very insightful people pointing out that fact.
a mix of a seat leon and a ford focus
+ = Cherrier Vivace
Stop posting your yearbook photo someone is gonna doxx you.
If you're wondering how life with those teeth has been, it's difficult. I whistle every time I talk, and my upper jaw flaps around like a butterfly valve whenever I use the letter "F".
What are the model years for this vehicle? It seems to me like it could have been produced from 2020-2024, but I'm not sure.
I assume it'll just be "2020-present" officially
On-topic: I speculate that the update will be released on the 21st. Note that many of the images and videos we've seen appear to show the car in varying states of completion.
think about the italy update. We got the italian map trailer oneday, the piccolina trailer the next day and then the update.
with this in mind I think the update will be in three days time (the 16th where I live)
just a shot in the dark but i'm guessing a valentines day release for the Cherrier Vivance
maybe on leap day since 2020 is a leap year
I highly doubt we'll have an update this week. It's way too close to the last one (December).
But we didn't get a release trailer today.
Game showcase/trailer/whatever you want to call it, and an announcement + dev blog.
The Piccobello's announcement thread was October 3rd, over 2 months before 0.15
1. I'd assumed that the various manufacturer names Gabester had come up with were technically canon even if not represented by any vehicles in game
2. No, I mean like, is it possible, in a real car, to have some kind of data-checking logic which can tell if incoming sensor data is reliable, or is that a BeamNG workaround to approximate driving behavior which is traceable to something else in real life?
A little offtopic, but do you think that they'll ever make the ambulance lights as bright as the police lights? I've always thought it would look a lot better if the lights were brighter.