Update Speculation thread

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by crazikyle, Jan 26, 2016.

  1. esesel

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    The new Car looks very cool, but in my opinion its not ibushu enough it shares no visible parts with the Pigeon and looks amost excactly like a bond bug with four wheels
     
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  2. EozCompanyCZ

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    The car looks interesting, something to represent the times of the oil crisis, but I still think that we are missing older European cars. We’ve got the Autobello then a massive gap then the I-Series then another massive gap and then there are the modern cars. Something smaller from the late 60s early 70s wouldn’t go amiss.

    For now, I’ll be waiting for the Ibishu Wigeon to give it a better assessment, it looks like it would be fun to drive although I hope that unlike the Picolino it will receive some more appropriate basic engine.
     
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  3. Plymouth Superbird 1970

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    New car? What's it called?
     
  4. IDontKnow

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    IbishuWigeon.jpg

    This is called the Ibishu Wigeon.
     
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  5. Plymouth Superbird 1970

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    Hahaha it's a 4 wheeled bond bug. Where'd you get that pic??
     
  6. Zero

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    BeamNG's official FB page, idk if it was posted somewhere else too.
     
  7. Radoslav Klucar

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    Yeah, it was also on Instagram and probably Twitter

    I have a speculation idea: the render has pretty cool graphics and the body has metallic paintjob. Could we hope for proper metallic paints?
     
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  8. Trophy

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    It probably has the pigeon i3, and a more powerful 1.5L DOHC I4 swap as well. It might even have it's own engines, in that case you can expect a 1000cc I4
     
  9. EozCompanyCZ

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    Since it is Japanese, I'd expect something along the line of a 360 cc two-stroke engine as the standard engine for such a car. It would be more than enough.
     
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  10. Szymon2007

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    i would love it to be a 2 stroke
    maybe an early electric prototype aswell?
     
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  11. CaptainZoll

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    that's just a preview material in blender, it means nothing.
     
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  12. EozCompanyCZ

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    I too would love to see a two-stroke in BeamNG! It would be perfect in something along the lines of the Saab 93/96, DKW F89/F91/F93/3=6, IFA F9 or Wartburg 311/312/353 although the smaller two-strokes like the IFA F8, Trabant 500/600/601 or Saab 92 are also great!

    It is possible that it would receive an electric motor version many of these cars that were made during the oil crisis had also an electric version typically painfully slow, but it would add another level to that car, and it would also enable some quite crazy modifications.
     
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  13. ManfredE3

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    I'm not so sure such a cheap/simple car would get many factory options, but there's certainly a lot of fun aftermarket options. Superbike motors and modern electric swaps both sound fun for cheap track toy configs.
     
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  14. jurrian

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    if there's going to be a twostroke engine, there should be different porting configurations. for example, high or low rev, agressive powerband, or a wide powerband.
     
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  15. WhatNot98

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    A low revving two-stroke would be utterly pointless
     
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  16. united.

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    maybe it's a quick update or a big remaster of something with a new car
     
  17. etca1515

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    I praise for a new two stroke engine sound.

     
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  18. EozCompanyCZ

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    and different fuel to oil ratios after all early 50s cars still used ratio of about 1:25 (1:20 when running in) later during 60s the standard ratio became something between 1:33 and 1:40 and by the late 70s the 1:50 became common. Also, the quality of oil should be taken into consideration. Wartburg which would use modern two-stroke oil at ratio of about 1:50 doesn’t produce much smoke but when something like our classic M2T oil is used (produced since 1969 and it is still the same oil) and mixed at a 1:33 ratio then there is a nice thick smoke coming out of the exhaust when the engine is cold.


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    Wartburgs weren’t high revvers anything above about 4750 rpm was pointless only thing that was increasing at that point was the fuel consumption and the already high noise level in the cabin, not the power.
     
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  19. Slugfest

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    Mmm... I can already smell the commieness...
     
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  20. EozCompanyCZ

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    Wartburg isn’t actually that bad, I mean the engine mostly annoys the surrounding areas not you, well unless you’re trying to drive at 125 km/h for 2 hours straight because after that your ears are probably bleeding. Otherwise, it’s a spacious car with very good comfort especially when loaded, the handling is quite good too.
     
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