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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by crazikyle, Jan 26, 2016.
Off we pop in da mighty 1.5 tdi lets fooking go yah mates.
As for your first sentence, it's just like real life: if the structure deforms, so does the airflow over it/under it/into it.
As for the rest of your comment, I don't know how CFD works either.
Looks like a mix from a McLaren 720 and an Aventador (maybe) from the tail (?
So the design of the car has been assigned to someone not in the bng staff, if I understood correctly? That's a new thing for us, isn't it? Quite interesting for me
Are you refering to Focht? According to Linkedin he is indeed a team member
Outsourcing has been a thing in BeamNG for a little while now, not sure about outsourcing design though
It really is an interesting concept, but i think it might end up being good for vehicle variety, if you have the same 10-20 people design every car, then every car will have have various little design elements that would almost tell you who designed it (which so far beam has been great with avoiding) but diversifying it to have outside parties help design vehicles means that vehicle diversity would certainly grow exponentially
Technically this isn't new as it isn't even his first car in Beam, if I remember correctly, he did the Bastion as well
the dude works for beamng as a concept artist. he is literally in the credits for the game.
Yes I was! Didn't know that, thanks a lot
Bastion was made by a outsourced designer.
correct me if I'm wrong but I believe that the modeling for the bastion was outsourced, not the design
You're correct. Surely the modeling, not sure about the desing.
incredibly zippy is probably used as wording here because it's literally a supercar
we knew it was zippy as soon as we found out it was being designed
Has anyone checked the recent teasers for any hidden messages?
I haven't found anything, apart from the fact that it looks gorgeous in green
Good thing Civetta isn’t Ferrari and let’s you paint your cars green.
Like I already mentioned earlier in this thread, I don't see much of a point in teasing a car at the beginning of its development.
Even though the two teasers we got are both very early in nature (or at least they seem to be), the team wouldn't hype up their community for something that's coming next year.
They're smarter than that.
That would be hilarious though.
"You have disgraced Civetta by losing the 2023 Vintage Belasco Raceday, you are no longer welcome inside a Civetta Dealership."
"We hearby issue a cease and desist letter for swapping a Cherrier 3 cylinder diesel into your 2022 Civetta model"
I like the new car. It looks sexy, just like a supercar should look. Reminds me a bit of a McLaren with some Koenigsegg bits.