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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by crazikyle, Jan 26, 2016.
wait, what is the covet post you are talking about?
Hmmm... The word "Dynamic" can only mean one thing: adaptability. Adaptability by way of the related gauge cluster graphics showing the engine is at redline? Adaptability by way of driving modes (lower redline on "Neve" mode and the absolute highest redline on "Pista" mode)? Adaptability by way of state of engine operation (lower redline on Cold Start and it progresses higher as the engine gets warmer plus some kind of limp mode when the engine gets overheated)? There's only one way to find out!
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its a photo gamergull posted to the community screenshots that just seemed intentionally vague to me, especially since it was in that big wave of teaser things we got, it just sort of tried to slip under the radar
something about it just stuck out a bit
Today is the last day of the 2022 Zero Prototypes Summit, in which Beam is a Silver Sponsor, so my speculation of if the update would be released near this is being tested.
Just looks like another screenshot to me... Not everything the devs post on their own time is a teaser that everyone has to read into.
We may as well be saying "Ferretank posted a pic of his Subaru on instagram therefore the next remaster is the Sunburst"
Where was the picture posted of the finished Covet posted?
It was an eSBR in the background
Since we talked a bit about the ''Fulmine'' name and the possibility of it christening the new Civetta model, I have to say something. Have you noticed that there's a colour in the Civetta palette to be called the ''Giallo Fulmine'' (= ''Lightning Yellow'')? This colour has probably been since the introduction of the Civetta Bolide in the game and it looks like the devs didn't want the ''Fulmine'' name to vanish after the ''Fulmine'' GT car was cancelled.
As I said in one of my previous posts, the ''Fulmine'' name is Italian for ''Lightning'' and it has its own special meaning in this case; it means that a car is very quick, very fast and responds instantly to the driver's/pilot's commands. So I definitely want the new Civetta model to be called the ''Fulmine''.
Also, if the new Civetta is gonna be named the ''Fulmine'' and if the Giallo Fulmine colour is gonna be available for it, then these two possibilities are gonna mean three things:
The new Civetta model will have a colour available all to itself to commemorate it in its trip to the history books and, finally, the eternity - just like the Vert Arsenic colour, which is only available for the Arsenic versions of the FCV Vivace.
A historic continuity between the Civetta models will be made and this is important for the identity of the Civetta brand. After all, in real life, Ferrari has the classic Giallo Modena colour and it has been gracing numerous Ferrari models over the years, even the latest ones.
The ''Fulmine'' and the ''Bolide'' names have something in common: they characterize two natural phenomena involving heat, light and, of course, high velocity (Fulmine = Lightning, Bolide = Meteorite to shreds). In other words, the historic continuity between the Civetta models and, therefore, the Civetta brand identity will be made even stronger. There's an amazing motif here!
Is assume its an indicator/lights of how much you should rev, that raises with oil temp, much like the old BMW M5 E39 had. As shown in this pic when cold you shouldnt rev past 4k:
I might look stupid, but whats the CIvetta Fulime?
This sums it quite well:
Let me sum it up for you
Is there a chance the new car will be called Fulime?
I think SBR8
why would it be called be the SBR8? the new car is gonna be a Civetta, not a Hirochi.
Also SBR4 means Shooting Break Rear-engined 4 comfortable adults, and the new car is none of these.