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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.

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It's possible to add a minivan from the 90s please?

  1. Yes, it's possible.

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  2. No, it's impossible, sorry.

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  3. We are going to think

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  1. Nathan24™

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    Well maybe Gizzetto mostly built only race cars before the war, then moved on to street-legal vehicles, but they still made race cars as well.
     
  2. KuchenVier

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    Still describing Maserati for the most part, not Lamborghini.
     
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  3. TheMohawkNinja

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    It's been a long time since I poster on here, so I figure I'd update my thoughts.
    • Mclaren/Lamborghini/Koenigsegg style modern supercar.
    • Proper GT3/LMP1 spec race cars
    • AWD hot hatch (e.g. Ford Fiesta)
    • Modern-style muscle car
    • 1940's style pickup
    • F1 cars of various eras, all the way up to Formula E (if BeamNG ever gets electric motor simulation)

    And since it's relevant, here are some vehicle part suggestions
    • 5th wheel for all vehicles with a bed (and appropriate trailers)
    • Alternate rear ends for Pigeon (because 600cc engine + NOS is hella gear-limited lmao)
    • Treat JATOs like NOS in that all vehicles get them.
    • Slammed suspension for D-series
     
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  4. supra4life

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    Hi, i have always wanted a Gavril Roamer configuration based off of the older Ford Explorer. Like these(sorry about the HUGE pictures): I would SO LOVE something like this in the game
     
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  5. SquarebodyChevy

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    Some suggestions:
    Dump body for the D-Series
    Rollback for the D-Series
    Newer Pickup
    Newer SUV
    More trailers
    I don't know if any of these have been suggested or are planned, but I think it would great if they could be added some day.
     
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  6. MatthewStevenGo

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    1999-2005 Toyota Funcargo (Ibishu Ayla)
     
  7. Jota3214™

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    Well, I kinda want a car from the new generation (90's-00's) tho.

    This is the Hirochi Chikara (Known as Fowādo in Mexico)

    Information:

    The Hirochi Chikara (which means Power in Japanesse) was made by Hirochi in 1997 until 2008 and it was made beacuse the Hirochi founders were trying to save the make from ending into the Bankrupt. And so they made this successful car.

    Specs and other stuff:
    It's based on the second generation of the Mazda Miata/MX-5 (1998-2005)

    Perhaps that the interior is based on the S2000 I guess.

    And the engine may be based from the Civic Del Sol


    Configs:

    Convertible:
    Info: The most successful model of the Chikara.
    Value: $50.000
    Engine: 1.8L I6 SOHC Engine.

    Normal/Coupe:
    Info: The default Chikara.
    Value: $45.000
    Engine: 2.1L I4 DOHC Engine.

    Special:
    Info: A special editon of the Chikara, only 20 copies were made.
    Value: $300.000
    Engine: 5.0L V8 VTEC Engine.

    Race:
    Info: In 1999 Hirochi entered the Racing world with a heavily modified Chikara (it includes a Spoiler, more powerful engine, custom bumpers, etcetera).
    Value: $150.000
    Engine: 4.0L V8 DOHC Engine.

    Sport:
    Info: Sport version of the Chikara.
    Value: $62.000
    Engine: 2.5L I6 VTEC Engine.

    Colors:
    Blue, Red, Yellow, Pink, Black, White, etcetera...
     
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  8. fufsgfen

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  9. FLyInG 2 YoUr SoUL

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    I'm sure you meant the Citroën Cityrama, right? :p

     
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  10. MatthewStevenGo

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    2009 Dodge Ram (Bruckell Bulldog)

    --- Post updated ---
    Guess its name is a reference to the Futurama.
     
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  11. fufsgfen

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    o_O

    Cityrama is 1950's at it best, Futurama is modern thing, which certainly did not exists in 1950's...
     
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  12. TKTJeS'OkupDeTout

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    Hello everyone

    I HAVE A GENIUS IDEA !!

    BeamNG.Drive, I think you have to add scratches on the cars when you crash or just scratch it ! Please do it in your future update, it promises to be amazing !!

    Thank you
     
  13. MrAnnoyingDude

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    '69 Gavril passenger car/light truck lineup (will likely repost once done with the pictures, specs, etc. and post a description of one of these models):


    • Freiter - German compact car. Ford Escort Mk1 styling with an Opel Kadett B front end. (2-door sedan/fastback/coupe/van/wagon/4-door sedan/fastback/wagon, 1.2 54 HP/1.5 66 HP/1.8 82 HP I4, 3-spd/4-spd manual/2-spd automatic, RWD.)

    • Estacade - British compact car. Ford Escort Mk1 styling with a Vauxhall Viva HB front end. ((2-door sedan/coupe/van/wagon/4-door sedan/wagon, 1.0 47 HP/1.3 60 HP/75 HP/1.6 90 HP/105 HP/2.0 122 HP I4, 3-spd/4-spd manual/2-spd automatic, RWD)

    • Bussard - American compact car. 1969 Chevrolet Nova styling with 1969 Plymouth Valiant fascias and 1969 Ford Falcon interior. (2-door coupe/4-door sedan, 205 ci 103 HP/232 ci 116 HP I6/291 ci 200/230 HP/353 ci 245 HP/423 ci 283 HP V8, 3-spd/4-spd manual/2-spd/3-spd automatic, RWD.)
    • Ampezzo - British midsize car. Ford Cortina Mk2 styling with a Vauxhall Viva GT front end.
    • Attache - British premium midsize car. Ford Corsair styling with Triumph Vitesse front end.
    • Encino - American midsize car. Like the Gladiator, but with a 1969 Ford Fairlane front end.
    • Gladiator - American premium midsize car.
    • Bussard - Brazilian executive car. 2nd gen Chevrolet Chevy II body with 1969 Dodge Dart fascias and Argentinian Ford Falcon interior.
    • Rhein - German executive car. Opel Rekord C body with a Ford Taunus 15M front end.
    • Premier - German premium executive car. Opel Commodore A body with a square-light version of the Vauxhall Cresta front.
    • Griffon - British executive car. Vauxhall Victor/Ventora body with a Ford Zephyr 4/6 (depending on engine) front end and interior.
    • Major - British premium executive car. Vauxhall Cresta body with Ford Zodiac front end and interior.
    • Superior - British luxury exedutive car. Vauxhall Viscount body with a Ford Executive front and interior.
    • Bussard - Australian executive car. Holden Kingswood HK body with Chrysler Valiant VE fascias and a Ford Falcon XW interior.
    • Campbell - Australian executive car. Holden Premier HK body with Chrysler VIP VE fascias and a Ford Fairmont XW interior.
    • Meister - German fullsize car. Opel Kapitan B with Ford Fairmont XW fascias, but square-lighted.
    • Leutnant - German premium fullsize car. Opel Admiral B with Ford Fairlane XW fascias, but square-headlight.
    • President - German luxury fullsize car.Opel Diplomat B with Statesman Deville HQ fascias, but square-headlight.
    • Gladiator - Australian fullsize car. Based on the Holden Brougham, but with a Dodge Phoenix front and Ford Fairlane XW interior.
    • Champion - American fleet-spec fullsize car. Based on the 1969 Plymouth Fury, but with a 1969 Ford Custom fascias and Chevrolet Biscayne interior.
    • Champion Custom - American low-end fullsize car. Based on the 1969 Plymouth Fury, but with a 1969 Ford Custom 300 fascias and Chevrolet Bel Air interior.
    • Bluebuck - American midrange fullsize car. Based on the 1969 Plymouth Fury, but with 1969 Ford Galaxie fascias and Chevrolet Impala interior.
    • Marshal - American high-end fullsize car. Based on the 1969 Plymouth Fury, but with 1969 Ford LTD fascias and Chevrolet Biscayne interior.
    • Tourer - American fleet-spec fullsize wagon. Based on the 1969 Plymouth Fury, but with 1969 Ford Custom fascias and Chevrolet Townsman interior.
    • Tourer Custom - American low-end fullsize wagon. Based on the 1969 Plymouth Fury, but with 1969 Ford Ranch Sedan fascias and Chevrolet Brookwood interior.
    • Redwood - American midrange fullsize wagon. Based on the 1969 Plymouth Fury, but with 1969 Ford Country Sedan fascias and Chevrolet Kingswood interior.
    • Redwood Countryman - American high-end fullsize wagon. Based on the 1969 Plymouth Fury, but with 1969 Ford Country Squire fascias and Chevrolet Kingswood Estate interior.
    • SC - German sports car. Based on the Opel GT, but with Alpine A110 front and rear.
    • Stinger - European midsize coupe. Based on the Opel Manta A, but with a Ford Capri Mk1 front end and interior.
    • Barstow - American pony car. Based on the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, but with 1969 Plymouth Barracuda fascias and Ford Mustang interior.
    • Bandit - American midsize muscle car.
    • Mandana - Australian executive coupe. Based on the HT Holden Monaro, but with XW Ford Falcon GT fascias and interior.
    • Vendetta - American sports car.
    • Bussard Compostela - American compact coupe utility/sedan delivery. Based on the 1969 Chevrolet Nova, but with a pickup bed/panel van body, 1969 Plymouth Valiant fascias and Ford Falcon Ranchero interior.
    • Compostela - American fullsize coupe utility/sedan delivery.
    • Haulier - European van. Based on the Mk1 Ford Transit, but with a Bedford CF front and interior.
    • H10 - American van. Based on the 1969 Chevrolet Van, but with a Dodge A100 front and rear.
    • D-Series - American fullsize pickup truck. Based on the 1969 Ford F-Series, but with a GMC C/K-Series front and interior.
    • D5 Roamer - American compact SUV. As above, but on a shorter wheelbase and with an SUV body.
    • D10/D20/D30 Dispatcher - American fullsize SUV. As above, but with a longer wheelbase.
    • Correio - Brazilian fullsize SUV. Replaces the C/K elements with Chevrolet Veraneio ones.
     
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  14. Tesla66

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    ??? Geländefahrzeug (1957-1967


    It is a...
    German Cold war-era light utility military ATV. Based off the DKW Munga, but with Porsche 957-inspired hudcaps and a front end similar to the M422 "Mighty Mite".

    Configurations:
    ???
     
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  16. FLyInG 2 YoUr SoUL

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    -rama as a suffix comes from the greek όραμα (horama, "sight", "view") and it's often used in compound words. "Panorama", for example, means "complete view" (pan, "all" + horama, "view").

    "Cityrama", much like "Futurama", is simply a compound portmanteau ("view of the city", "vision of the future" but "Cityrama" is English + Greek, while "Futurama" is Latin + Greek), quite certainly with reference to the massive glass area of the vehicle, not necessarily a reference to the World's Fair.
     
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  17. MatthewStevenGo

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    2018 Dodge Durango (Gavril Titanium)
     
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  18. BannedByAndroid

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    Bored as fuck, so I did this.
    2013 ETK Lineup:
    ETK 700 - Compact car, comparable to A3/1-series/Volvo V40.
    ETK 800 (I) - You know what's that already.
    ETK 900 (S) - Midsize sedan, similar to the E-Class/5-series/S80.
    ETK 1000 (U) - Fullsize sedan, similar to the S-Class/7-Series/A8/Quarttoporte.
    ETK X800 - Compact crossover SUV based from the X3/XC60.
    ETK X900 - Midsize crossover SUV similar to the X5/Q7/XC90.
    ETK X950 - Midsize coupe crossover SUV inspired from the X6.
    ETK X1000 - Fullsize crossover SUV based from the GL/Range Rover.
    ETK R900 - Midsize SUV based from the G-Class/Defender.
    ETK R1000 - Fullsize SUV based from the Range Rover/Lexus LX/Escalade.
    ETK K - Compact sports car based from the Audi TT/Alpine A110. (also you might know their newer model tho)
    ETK Z - Supercar based from the Audi R8/Mercedes AMG GT.
    ETK F-1 - Electric sports car based from the BMW i8/Tesla Roadster.
     
  19. Hudson

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    Hey! I thought a great idea for a new vehicle to the game would be a tesla-esque electric vehicle. Like a model S or something similar. High torque and instant acceleration. Be pretty neat, thanks!
     
  20. Tesla66

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    No, I got that, it was just meant to be a joke, anyhow I really like that idea for a small German 4x4 from the cold war.
     
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