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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
YES We need this. My father has a late model and i just wanna see one really crash lol.
Absolutely awesome ideas, especially the 205.The names are great too
Would love this for beamng
this mod exist
If you don’t like it, just keep scrolling that simple dude... no offense.... also I don’t have the time to do that I’m 14 and am trying to work hard in school so I don’t really have the time
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Oh sorry didn’t see that my bad thanks for bringing this up to me
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Can’t seem to find that
I understand that you are underage. Have a nice day.
I’m pretty sure there’s a pessima 3 door out there. It might not be the 4 door wagon u want though
here is link
Edit: nope it’s this one
It only appears when you first make the thread. Due to the insane vehicle suggestion spam there's a mega thread where people suggest there what car they want to see in the game.
Hallo Team from BeamNG,
is it possible to create an Mod in future for a light guide car
for road-construction & some traffic-signs with light?!
Tank´s for your answer!
Beamng drive creators need to make a cab over truck for the game as well as a dump trailer
Somebody should make a go-kart. I'm probably not the first one to say that but I hope that somebody can deliver. If you find one, thank you! Post it below.
i don't know if it works, but it's the closest thing I found to a go-kart that's released
1993 - 2001 Wentward T400 Series (Based off the International 4700 and Ford F800 Armored Trucks)
This rolling monolith of a truck has been used by banks, SWAT teams, and even celebrities for the past few decades as a form to transport anything they have without worrying about it getting stolen or damaged. Tough enough to survive a bomb blast and heavy enough to make the asphalt crumble under it's tires, the Wentward T400 is the vault on wheels you've been searching for.
Bruiser: Bruiser is a T473 that's been the victim of countless amateur thieves. The lock on the rear door has been cut off so the door flies open when you're driving, the body is riddled with bullet holes, scratches, and rust spots, and the 7.3L Diesel V8 is barely making 150hp from taking years of abuse with no maintenance.
Veteran: The Veteran is a T473 Turbo that's been in service since the day it was built, but has no intention of giving up the ghost. It's mechanical components have been taken care of over the years, but the same can't be said for it's interior and exterior. Faded paint, small rust spots, scratched bumpers, and even a busted grille give off the impression that this truck is pretty far from useful, but looks can be deceiving.
T473: Considered the base model for the T400, the T473 is powered by a 185hp 7.3L Diesel V8, which makes 190hp if you get the optional turbocharger, coupled to a 6 speed manual or 4 speed automatic transmission.
T476: The T476 is the most powerful T400 you could buy. Coming equipped with a 210hp 7.6L Turbocharged Diesel I6 coupled to a 6 speed manual transmission exclusively, the T476 is a truck suited for long deliveries on highways instead of going to various shops and banks in town. Ram bars, spot lights, and orange light bars were also made available.
SWAT: The SWAT is a modified T476 designed to get heavily armored cops into deadly situations as fast as possible. It's been given a tune up, increasing it's horsepower to 250, along with a reinforced ram bar, run-flat tires, beefed up suspension, a red and blue light bar, and a police siren.
De Superbia Diaboli: The De Superbia Diaboli is a T476 designed to face the apocalypse head on and come out without so much as a paint chip. It's 7.6L I6 has been replaced with a military spec 375hp Turbocharged 7.6L I6 coupled to a 6 speed manual transmission. It's also been given a reinforced snow plow, metal plates covering the rear wheels, spot lights, fencing over the windows, and a police siren, although it is a little broken and distorted as a result.
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the T473 Manual model)
I like the idea of a 2010's supercar by civetta, it is the only type of car we are missing
i mean there is some post having volvo and it is jargl
ETK 1300 Coupe
ETK 800 Hatchback
2020's Civetta Supercar
Ibishu or Hirochi family or small SUV
Cherrier (or however you spell it) sports car based on the Renault DeZir or Alpine A110
More Bruckell cars (Truck, modern Moonhawk, Semi, SUV)
Late 2010's Gavril Grand Marshall
Late 90's or early 2000's Sunburst
Ok, my word vomit is done
Another post in the useless thread where ideas go to die
So, in general I love German and Japanese luxury cars... The current gen 8-Series (G15/G16/F92/F93), current gen Infiniti Q60 (CV37, not to be confused with the USS Princeton), and the last gen C-class (W204) are all some of my favorite modern cars. IMO all of these cars look great out of the factory, look great as tuners, and they can be race cars. Meanwhile, we are kinda short on modern cars and need something to fill the South Korean slot, and the Korean's do have the Genesis brand. So I'm proposing a 2010's South Korean (compact) executive luxury car. Figure some sorta hybrid M8/Q60 car: aggressive styling, 2 or 4 door options, N/A 3.0ish liter V6 base engine with twin turbo V6 or N/A V8 options for performance spec cars. Factory race team car, and tons of body kit options. If such a vehicle is a compact executive, it could be offered with a 4 cylinder and wagon body and compete with the ETK 800 Series, though I suspect that would be too similar for most people and a larger, executive class would be preferred for the sake of differentiation. Or make it really large just for the M8 GTE Race car memes.
The benefits of this are adding a new country of origin, adding a new modern car (commonly requested, could be in a new size class), and adding a fairly versatile car to the game.
BMW 8 Series GTE
Mercades AMG Black C63
1970 - 1974 Hirochi Raspberry (Based off the 1973 Nissan Cherry and 1974 Honda Civic two door models)
(Personal note: If I were to choose any one of the cars I suggested to be actually added into this game, this would be it.)
"Your own cheap thrill"
Popular in overpopulated and developing countries, the Hirochi Raspberry is a compact coupe that sacrifices power for great handling and fuel economy, though depending on who you ask, some people would rather drive a Covet running on three cylinders then get behind the wheel of a Raspberry ever again.
Rotten: The Rotten Raspberry has been held together via various bodge jobs over the past decades. The body is heavily rusted, the 1.0L I4 is out of tune, it's very hard for the 4 speed manual transmission to get into any gear aside from neutral, the suspension is shot, the brakes are faded, and the interior smells like cheap beer and sausages.
Base: The Base Raspberry comes with a 58hp 1.0L I4 and a 4 speed manual transmission. It also came with a radio, A/C, a heater, hub caps, and not much else.
Bass: The Bass is a modified Raspberry Base focused on tunes rather then performance, but that doesn't mean that the Bass is slow. It's been given a slight tune up and a illegally modified carburetor, boosting this cars horsepower up to 65. It's also been given a aftermarket radio, massive subwoofers, Okudai KRW wheels, tinted windows, various vulgar stickers on the rear window, a small spoiler, and Leopard print covers over the seats, steering wheel, and dash.
S: The Raspberry S was the middle trim of the lineup. It came with a 70hp 1.2L I4 coupled to a 4 speed manual transmission, everything the Base model had, fog lights, the option of having a tachometer instead of a clock, a ash tray on the dash, and vinyl seats.
GT: The rarest and best trim of the Raspberry, the GT had it's 1.2L I4 tuned up to 83hp thanks to new twin carburetors and was given a wooden center console, a wooden steering wheel, window louvers, a small lip spoiler, chrome wheels, GT Badges, and a GT Livery.
Rally: The Rally Raspberry is designed to dominate dirt roads all over the world. It is powered by a 100hp 1.2L I4 coupled to a 4 speed manual transmission with a shorter gear ratio. It's also been given coil overs, rally tires, Gavril Sport5 wheels, a skid plate, a stripped interior, racing bucket seats with racing harnesses, a racing tachometer, a nomi racing wheel, and a roll cage.
Racer: The Racer Raspberry is designed to win on the circuit. It is powered by a 100hp 1.2L I4 coupled to a 4 speed manual transmission. It has also been given coilovers, racing tires, Okudai TWE wheels, a stripped interior, one racing bucket seat with a racing harness, racing gauges, a racing tachometer, and a roll cage.
Street Tuned: The Street Tuned is a Raspberry S rebuilt and modified in some teenager's garage. It's 1.2L I4 has been heavily modified and boosted up to over 110hp thanks to a racing twin carb setup, custom headers, a racing exhaust, and a bigger radiator with an electric fan. It's also been given a LSD, coil overs, 4 spoke alloy wheels, sport tires, racing bucket seats with racing harnesses, a racing tachometer, a nomi knockoff racing wheel, and a roll cage.
Exterior and Interior: (Based on the S model)
Same, I want it on BeamNG.drive as well