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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by crazikyle, Jan 26, 2016.
OMG THE NEW CAR WILL HAVE A SPOILER
Overlayed a file called spoiler_fulmine, seems to match up.
Civetta active aero confirmed!
civetta fulmine confirmed
Higher KB size, meaning more complexity? Either in features or backend. Not much of a coding expert, so not sure but i assume more text = larger size.
The SBR has a very simple spoiler that tilts forwards/backwards, maybe the Civetta will have a proper retractable spoiler that can extend upwards, kinda like the McLaren P1
Hate to break this to you:
They don't come close to lining up - I think you used the wrong font size. I'm gonna keep sleuthing
Can you try Bolide? They might be reusing the name
Already did, it's barely too short.
I took a screenshot of a file i made, didnt use text. Kept resizing with the same aspect ratio until i lined it up with Diamondbacks screenshot. Just tested it with text and it doesnt line up. Maybe someone with more skill than me can match the conditions perfectly
Civetta fits barely.
We have a winner...
i doubt they'd call it the super2. they've moved on from the names being a generic description of what kind of vehicle it is. i mean hell, part of the bolide remaster was renaming it from super to bolide in the files
And to be fair, "supra1" also fits... I'll try and find a type of pasta that works
The bolide internal name isn’t Super anymore, it’s bolide.
I recommend using screenshots of filenames following the "spoiler_carname.lua" scheme as Windows spaces the font in its own way. However, that does fit perfectly:
But I doubt that's the actual internal name, unless they either haven't named it yet or they knew we would try to figure it out this way - or if they thought they were clever calling it the Civetta the Civetta.
So far I've also had these work:
So it's entirely possible that there is no information to be had here, and even if there is, it's undecidable. Sorry
If the new car is just called “civetta” it definitely would work because the Civetta brand is based off of Ferrari. So at best it could be Beam’s rendition of the Ferrari LaFerrari since it’s the only car name that is the same name as the brand (which both Civetta and Ferrari could have the same origin) AND the LaFerrari looks extremely close to the stuff that was teased.
I thought it was lame when Ferrari did it, so... I mean, legally, anyone can call their car the Chevy LaChevy, the Toyota LaToyota, the Daewoo LaDaewoo, hell, even Renault jumped on the bandwagon with Le Car, but come on!