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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by crazikyle, Jan 26, 2016.
and the bumper looks smoother too!
This aged like milk lol
It's probably the person who is in charge of developing the parts and the overall remastering for the car! It's kinda difficult for it being a drawing!
That looks amazing! From this angle, it looks like a tastefully modded Nissan Silvia S13.
That's what I thought, but the entire front facia looks more round than it used to. To be fair I haven't really looked at a Covet from this angle before so I it's possible I've just never noticed.
your right, it also looks like the whole headlights are white too, no amber blinkers, it could easily be a facelift
recreated it with the current covet for some reason
new one is definitely rounder
Oh man this is gonna be good then
For those of you like myself who were wondering, no hidden stuff in the image.
By the way the hood vents seems to be pretty deep, in my opinion that's enough to confirm the rumor of a mid-engined Covet
It is! I like the rounded look, it has more personality.
I'm interested, if we are going to see more body types as sedan or crx:
Or even the 80's version plus wagon:
Okay, so for the Pessima mk2, we had the first ingame (and I think this is important) teaser on 12th October 2021, and the update was released on the 2nd of December 2021, so 51 days later. 51 days from today will make us land around the 2nd of June. So I guess that we can except an update around there (maybe will it be before, maybe will it be after !)
Usually, updates have 2 of what I call "vehicle slots".
0.22 : 1st slot filled by the Bruckell Legran remaster, and the second one by the Soliad Wendover
0.23 : 3 months after, 1st slot filled by the Ibishu Pigeon remaster, and the second one by the Ibishu Wigeon
0.24 : That was an update which took twice the usual time (6 months), so we had four slots : (Let's pretend that 0.24 and 0.24.1 are only one update) : 1st filled by the Ibishu Pessima remaster, 2nd by the Gavril H-Series remaster, 3rd by the Civetta Bolide remaster, 4th by the Bruckell Bastion.
0.25 seems to be a 6 months waiting update like the 0.24 was, so I guess that at least for vehicles we'll have 4 slots to be filled.
The first one will of course be for the Ibishu Covet remaster, it's pretty clear that it's kind of ready or at least in a good way to be released.
The second one could be for the new Civetta supercar, but we didn't have any information about it, so nothing less sure (we'll probably be teased and then we'll know how far has the development gone)
For the two lasts, I'd like to think about the mk1 Pessima and the 200BX, which are on the same vibe with the Covet (same engines, etc...) But here, there's actually no evidences...
We could also imagine a Moonhawk remaster with a Bastion Coupé and 70s sedan Moonhawk, but this is not really based on anything (except the Bastion last update)
Maybe am I completely wrong and we'll have a Burnside remaster and a modern Euro truck (I'm saying totally random stuff don't worry), but I wanted at least to expose what seemed to be logic options to me
Edit : after some quick Google searchs, Dennis Mateja just seems to be @NinetyNine!
GM still needs its Phase 2 remaster, which I could see happening as they're overhauling the police lightbars (and possibly other equipment) and the GM is primarily known for its police versions.
That is a pretty good point, so maybe the GM should take one of those "slots", and the Civetta should wait for the 0.26 ?
An awsome change would be Making the current design of the Covet rebranded as The Gavril Covet because the design philosophy is very close to the Gavril Grandmarshal
and a more ibishu orientated altered front and rear facial design for the ibisu similar to the pre facelift ibishu mod
as it looks way mor ibishu like to me also it was common for US brands to make cooperations with japan, german or french brands
as they where kind of behind in the compact market development there where quite few US brands that made their own rebranded versions of foreign models.
the Dodge Colt, Plymouth Colt and Mitsubishi Colt models are an good example for this
I don't know if I got the perspective wrong or something, but it looks like the proportions will be quite a bit different
yeah thats a brand new round covet
its not the widebody on it as evidenced by the fenders
yessss my prediction is that its a late 90s
The plastic bumps on the headlights are really nice detail. It reminded me pessima remaster and how the headlights/taillights are detailed.