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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
These days you never know for sure.
That's kinda sad but also very true.
But also, seeing how the Civetta Bolide represents the Ferrari 308 GTB, I don't think Civetta would make British sports cars. I don't even think there's one officially released British car in all of Beamng. I'd recommend the brand I made up; Governor, or something else.
Well, I have Stewart-Charles for Rolls, Lyons for Jaguar, Warwick for Wolseley and Regent for Princess. I thought about Simms as a fictional Daimler, but I guess Auriga is that, since the Heron is kinda Double Six-like.
Do you have any ideas for a fictional Lotus? I'm making an Elite-like car in Automation.
How about Aster or Wisteria?
Coming up with names for car manufactures aren't exactly the thing I'm best at btw.
I just want to see some kind of 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LTZ. But off-brand to follow rules. (I would love an actual one though)
Maybe it's because I'm a boring person, but I'd love to see something based off of the second-generation Toyota Prius and the first-generation Honda Insight in the game. It would fill the decade between the '99 Pessima and the Sunburst, and be a unique addition to the game as a hybrid.
1982 - 1988 Bruckell Emperor ( Based of the 1985 Chrysler 5th Avenue and 1987 Lincoln Town Car )
The Bruckell Emperor is a 1980s RWD Luxury car that was designed to be affordable, fuel efficient, and comfortable. Considering it's value has plummeted over the past few decades, the Bruckell Emperor is now more affordable then ever!
The Jalopy: The Jalopy 1982 Emperor has spent the last few years being used and abused by a couple of teenagers who may or may not be the owners on the title. Now this Jalopy sits beaten and rusted, awaiting it's fate in either a crusher or a repair shop. It's beaten 3.7L I6 barely makes 90hp and it's 3 speed automatic transmission has plenty of trouble shifting. Are you ready to put this Emperor out of it's misery, or are you willing to restore it to it's former glory?
1982 Base: The 1982 Base model comes with a 110hp 3.7L I6 and a 3 speed automatic transmission. It also comes with velvet button-tufted, pillow-soft seats, wood trim, a Cassette Player, very thick carpets on the floor, a partial landau top, Chrome Mesh Spoke wheels, electric windows, power locks, and every thing else a 1980s Luxury car needed.
1983 - 1988 Base: The 1983 - 1988 Base is exactly the same as it's 1982 Counterpart, except that it's 3.7L I6 has been scrapped and replaced with a 5.2L 2 Barrel Carb V8 that makes 140hp.
True: The True Emperor is the best of the best when it comes to the Bruckell Emperor. It comes with a 4 Barrel Carb 5.2L that makes 170hp and it's 3 speed automatic transmission has been given a overdrive gear. It also has some new options, such as leather button-tufted, pillow-soft seats, ash trays for the rear passengers, a full landau top, bigger speakers, electric mirrors, whitewall tires, and a latch under the dashboard that pops the trunk.
Gang-banger: The Gang Banger is a light blue 1985 Base Emperor with a white partial landau and a lot of history behind it's high mileage. The Gang-Banger has been bought by a gang member, obviously, in the urban areas of the west coast who has a thing for wearing nothing but green clothes. There might be ketchup stains on the back seat and the rear carpet may be a bit sticky from some soda being spilled on it, and the chrome and paint might be a bit faded, and there might be a minuscule amount of bullet holes in the car's body, but this Emperor is just as luxurious and reliable as it was when it was first driven off of the used car lot.
Exterior and interior: ( Based off the 1983 - 1988 Base Model )
1986 Gavril EX420 (1986 Ford RS200) (Left)
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1985 Gavril A20 (1982 GMC S15/Chevrolet S10) (Right)
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1992 Gavril A20 Tornado (Pickup and Wagon) (1992 GMC Syclone/Typhoon) (Bottom Left And Right)
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1995 Gavril A20 (1995 GMC Sonoma/Chevrolet S10) (Very Bottom Left)
Has anybody ever thought of making a 70s Ford F750? We've got one IRL that has a grain bed on it, but when they were new, you could order them with all sorts of beds from grain beds and flatbeds to dry vans and reefers. It could fall under the Gavril brand. The Gavril R750 or something like that.
I've been asking for a Gavril T/D 45/55 for awhile. Just frankenstein the D-Series and T-Series together, something like what AR162B was working on. Heavy trucks aren't really what the game needs right now, but at some point it would be useful for it's generous possible configs and filling in the current largest gap in physical vehicle size
1970 - 1979 Ibishu Yūrei (Based off the 1973 Datsun/Nissan S30Z)
The Ibishu Yūrei is a cheap 1970s Sports Car that saw worldwide success in racing. From GT to Rally, Street to Autocross, the Ibishu Yūrei is one of the most recognizable and popular cars in the racing industry. It's so popular that very few examples of stock Yūreis remain.
Base: The Base Model Yūrei comes with a 130hp 1.7L I4 and a 4 speed manual transmission, and the interior only has the bare essentials. It doesn't even have floor mats.
246: The Yūrei 246 is the 2.4L I6 Model of the Yūrei. It comes with a 151hp 2.4L I6 and a choice of a 4 or 5 speed manual or even a 3 speed automatic transmission. The 246 also comes with A/C, a Heater, floor mats, a radio, and wooden shift knob.
266: The Yūrei 266 is the Mid Trim model. It comes with a 2.6L 162hp I6 and the same choice of transmissions. It also comes with leather seats instead of the regular vinyl seats and a wooden steering wheel.
286: The 286 is the most luxurious Yūrei you could buy, and it was also it's top trim level. It came with a 170hp 2.8L I6 and the same choice in transmission as the other Yūreis. It also came with different gauges then the 246 and 266, a leather shift boot over the regular plastic shift boot, a slightly different steering wheel, different bumpers, and different rear view mirrors.
Yūrei R: The Yūrei R was a racing thoroughbred designed to compete on short technical tracks. It's powered by a bored up and tuned 2.8L I6 that makes 400hp and is given a 5 speed racing manual transmission. It is also given a aerodynamic body kit, complete with a nosecone, a lip spoiler, Black ETK F13-9 15x7 Wheels with semi-slick tires, racing suspension, racing brakes, racing sway bars, racing anti-roll bars, bucket seats, a roll cage, a stripped interior, and racing decals.
Jaakuna Yūrei: The Jaakuna Yūrei is a Yūrei 246 shrouded in mystery. No one even knows where this dark blue Yūrei came from, it just appeared on the highways of Japan a few years ago. Some say it's the ghost of a racer who died over 10 years ago, others say it's a retired Gran Prix driver who slapped a license plate on his own private car and starting driving it around, and some even speculate it's the Devil himself, searching for racers to challenge before wrecking their cars and stealing their souls. No one knows the exact specs of the Jaakuna Yūrei, but everyone seems to be in agreement that it is powered by a Twin Turbo 2.8L I6 engine and has a 5 speed manual transmission, though no one can tell how much horsepower it's making. Some say 600, others say 800, and some have sworn that it can't make any less then 1000hp because of how quick it accelerates and how high it's top speed is, which after clocking the Jaakuna Yūrei as it was racing a black Bolide GTR, was proven to be over 220mph! Can you find out the mystery behind the Jaakuna Yūrei, or will you be it's next victim?
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the 246 5 speed manual model)