Vehicle suggestions (See first post)

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?

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  2. No, it's impossible, sorry.

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  1. dsarraino

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    very. in fact, Gavril should make their own division for off-road military\police vehicles and have the d series be it's own separate brand. and their should be a hybrid\EV manufacturer in beam.
     
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  4. killercar34

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    I'd actually like to suggest some new variants/parts for a few cars:

    Ibishu 200BX:

    Stanced: A modified 200BX LS that's been extremely lowered and given a wide body kit, a GT wing, and a custom livery. Who cares about functionality?

    Bruckell Moonhawk:

    Daredevil: A beat up '73 Moonhawk V8 that was designed to be destroyed in a spectacular fashion. Comes with a stripped interior, a roll cage, a racing bucket seat, a Nomi racing wheel, removed lights and windows, a brush guard, an American flag livery, and a teddy bear strapped to the grille.

    Bootlegger: A heavily modified '76 Moonhawk V8 Sport that's good for a few jumps. Comes with a bright orange paint job, an American flag painted on the roof, and the number 20 painted on the doors, along with a front push bar, a skid plate, Alder Vector SE wheels, a roll cage, and a dixie horn.

    1996 Ibishu Pessima:

    Please add a Turbocharger for the 2.0L I4 or the 2.7L V6.

    Taxi: A automatic 1.8 DX with Taxi decals, black bumpers, a taxi sign on the roof, and black steelies.

    Sleeper: A Turbocharged 2.0L I4 LX/2.7L V6 LX with a faded Turboburger livery that's designed to destroy the egos of unsuspecting street racers.

    Gavril T-Series:

    Please add a regular snow plow.

    Ramshackle: A slightly beat up and rusty T75 Wheel Upfit that looks like it came straight out of a horror movie. Perfect for crushing smaller cars in a demolition derby.

    Ibishu Covet:

    Please add the Beater variant back.

    Street X: A lightly modified 1.5 ZXi designed to race through a very short and complex course as fast as possible. Modifications include a roll cage, racing bucket seats, a nomi racing wheel, racing tires, Okudai KRW wheels, and sponsor stickers on both of the doors.
     
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  5. HeadlightsThePerson

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    I would like to add on to this with something for the Roamer, D-series, Burnside, and the FCV.

    Gavril Roamer:

    Traveller: A beaten Roamer that trudged across the US back and forth several times. It's equipped with a 4.1L I6, RWD, a faded green paint job, a roofbox, a tow hitch for the owners trailer, and a hell of a lot of bumper stickers.

    Pilot: A Roamer used to direct planes on the ground. It has a 5.5L V8, 4WD, a black and yellow checkered paint job, a sign that reads FOLLOW ME on the roof facing the rear, and steelies.

    Burnside Special

    The Runaway: A Burnside that was used in many bank robberies during the 50s, up into the 60s. It features a 423 CUI V8, 3-speed Super-Matic, a broken window, busted radiator, and bullet holes covering the left rear of the car.

    Cherrier FCV

    Pilot: A Vivace used to direct planes on the ground. Equipped with a 1.6L I4, FWD, black and yellow paint job, an amber lightbar, and a sign that reads FOLLOW ME

    Gavril D-series

    D-45 Snowplow: When nature attacks you with snow, you get your plow! It comes with a 6L Diesel V8, 5-speed manual transmission, a plow attached to the front bumper, a dumper bed upfit, an amber lightbar, and Heavy Duty shocks.

    D-45 Dumptruck: You got dirt you have to haul? Look no further than the D-45 Dumptruck! Comes with a 6L Diesel V8, 5-speed manual transmission, a dumper bed upfit, and Heavy Duty shocks.
     
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  6. nortenho

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    i think the mohawk should have a bench seat
     
  7. dsarraino

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    i would love to see it.
     
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    this train
     

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  9. karillaner

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    I'd suggest a little car with a two-stroke.
    I love two-strokes and would like two see at least one car with such engine.

    The 1927 - 1938 DAM FA1 Deutsches Automobil - Frontantrieb (front-wheel drive) - Generation 1

    There are 3 engines and two of them have two displacements:

    - 600cc two-cylinder
    - 800cc two-cylinder (enlarged 600cc engine)

    - 900cc three-cylinder (the 600cc two-cylinder with one more cylinder)
    - 1100cc three-cylinder (enlarged 900cc engine)

    - 1600cc V6-cylinder two-stroke (a bit like the DKW Müller-Andernach V6 Two-stroke)

    Inspiration comes from the DKW F1 and the Wanderer W22. The rear could look like a typical rear of this era.
    In my example, I was looking at the Ford Model a rear.
    A little racecar like the DKW F1 Monoposto would be nice too.
     

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  10. dsarraino

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    that would be a very cool idea to add to beam ng drive in the future.
     
  11. dsarraino

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    i would love to see that.
     
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  12. killercar34

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    1997 - 2003 Haven Sprint (Based off the 1998 Vauxhall Corsa and the 1999 Rover 200 3 door models)

    "Affordable fun"

    The Haven Sprint is a British hatchback that was designed to be both affordable and enjoyable. Despite having a poor safety rating, the Sprint became one of Haven's most successful models. Plenty of Sprints can still be seen on the streets of many different countries, even to this day.

    Trims:

    The Poignant: A rotten Sprint 100 that's been given a roll cage, a nomi racing wheel, a front bash bar, open headers, and has had it's lights and window's removed.

    100: The Sprint 100 is powered by a 55hp 1.0L I3 coupled to a 4 speed manual transmission exclusively. The 100 is so bare bones it doesn't even come with colored bumpers or hubcaps.

    120: The Sprint 120 is a slight step up from the 100, coming equipped with a 65hp 1.2L I4 coupled to either a 4 speed manual or automatic transmission. The 120 also came with colored bumpers, hubcaps, A/C and a radio.

    140: The Sprint 140 comes with a 60hp 1.4L I4 coupled to either a 5 speed manual or 4 speed automatic transmission. The 140 also comes with sport suspension, a tachometer, a LSD, rear sway bars, and body colored trim.

    150D: The Sprint 150D is almost exactly the same as the 140, aside from the fact that it comes with a 50hp 1.5L Diesel I4.

    150D Turbo: A 150D that's been given a turbocharger and has had it's horsepower increased to 67. The 150D Turbo has also been given Turbo badges on the grille and hatch.

    140S: The Sprint 140S is a 140 that's had it's horsepower increased to 90. The 140 Sport has also been given alloy wheels, a sport exhaust system, sport sway bars, and sport decals on the rear body panels in between the wheels and doors.

    160: The Sprint 160 is the best sprint money can buy, coming equipped with a 106hp 1.6L I4 coupled to a 5 speed manual transmission. The 160 also been given all of the equipment on the 140S, along with a sunroof, fog lights, sport tires, 5 spoke wheels, and a two tone paint job.

    Basshead: A Sprint 120 that's been modified by someone who puts visuals above all else. The Basshead's been given a ugly body kit, a big rear spoiler, an obnoxiously bright blue paint job, custom wheels, a straight pipe exhaust, a extremely lowered ride height, a nomi racing wheel with body colored spokes, an aftermarket tachometer with a shift light, a 8 ball shift knob, and an aftermarket stereo with massive subwoofers put in the doors and trunk.

    Track Day: A lightly modified Sprint 140S that's designed to drive around traffic cones at high speeds. The Track Day comes with a stripped interior, racing bucket seats, a roll cage, a carbon fiber hood, Wangan-RS wheels, racing tires, and coilovers.

    Street Tuned: A Turbocharged Sprint 160 that's making over 230hp. The Street Tuned also comes with aftermarket headlights with a headlight intake, an exposed intercooler, aftermarket wheels, a racing limited slip diff, a stripped interior, a roll cage, racing bucket seats, a Nomi racing wheel, fender flares, and a front splitter.

    Rally: A modified Sprint 160 that's designed for racing on loose surfaces. The Rally comes with a 200hp 1.6L I4, a 6 speed sequential transmission, a stripped interior, racing bucket seats, a roll cage, a shift light, a nomi racing wheel, a skid plate, rally suspension, rally sway bars, rally tires, Dreid RallyPro wheels, and a rally livery.

    Exterior and Interior: (Based off the 120 Manual model)
     

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  13. dsarraino

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    i would love to see something similar to this.
     
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    2014 ETK 210 Series (based off Smart fortwo and mercedes a class)
    105HP,6 SPD manual and automatic

    2006 Ibishu Evangelicalis
    2006 Toyota Celsior
     
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  15. dsarraino

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    yes we need a smart car in beam ng drive.
     
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  16. killercar34

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    1958 - 1959 Burnside Atlantis (Based off the 1958 Cadillac Eldorado and Lincoln Premiere Coupes)

    "The future of American luxury"

    The Atlantis is the car Burnside pulled out all of the stops for in the late 1950s. Coming equipped with cutting edge tech, such as power windows, power steering, and Burnside's own "Super Stopper" power braking system, the Atlantis was voted the best selling car of the year in 1959.

    Variants:

    The Malefactor: The Malefactor is a Satin Black Atlantis Custom that was used as a getaway car in in various heists in the 1960s until it was ditched in the abandoned mine-shafts in Utah.The body is covered in rust, scratches, dust, and bullet holes, the 6.0L V8 is barely working, the suspension is shot, and some of the body panels are missing.

    V8: The standard version of the Atlantis, coming equipped with a 335hp 6.0L V8 coupled to a 4 speed automatic or manual transmission.

    Custom: A Atlantis V8 with a bit more exterior chrome, a landau top, leather seats, whitewall tires, a Burnside hood ornament, a AM/FM radio, and a limited slip differential.

    Granada: An Atlantis Custom with a two tone paint job, a 350hp 4 barrel carb 6.0L V8, sport suspension, anti-roll bars, sport tires, and upgraded brakes.

    Roi: The best Atlantis of the lineup, the Roi comes with a sport exhaust system that boosts the Roi's horsepower to 360, sport sway bars, hydraulic actuation suspension, a floor shifter, and the choice of having either a convertible or hardtop variant.

    Street tuned: A Atlantis Granada that's been given a supercharger and had it's horsepower increased to 465hp, along with having racing tires, Alder Power-Push wheels, quick ratio steering, and a pair of fuzzy dice hanging from the rear view mirror.

    Lowrider: A Atlantis Roi Convertible that's been given a green paint job, gold pinstripes, gold Alder Luxo wheels, a chain steering wheel, and the most powerful hydraulics money can buy.

    Sleepyhead: A beat up Atlantis Custom with a supercharged 600hp 6.0L V8 sitting under it's rusted hood.

    Drag: A 1,330hp supercharged Atlantis Granada that's designed to dominate the drag strip.

    Exterior and Interior: (Based off the Custom automatic variant)
     

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  17. XR8guy

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    1972-1996 Ibishu Eagle
    1972-1976 360cc
    1976-1990 550cc
    1990-1996 660cc turbo
    Multiple facelifts
    FWD and AWD
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  18. SmashBurgerJ

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    2010 Ibishu Karma SE - 2010 Ford Fiesta SE

    Body styles and Trims:

    Se: Standard V6 engine

    V8: V8 engine

    Sedan: Only 2 Configs: Se and Sport

    Track: V8 Engine 5.0 liter With decals and sponsors

    Hybrid: Gas and electric powered version

    AE: All Electric

    Sport: V8 Engine with 5.0 liter

    Stripped: No doors, lights, only stock tires

    MW: Beefy tires No lights, A.K.A Mud Wrangler

    Beater: nasty Engine Problems Speed limit 35 Mph or 56 Kilometers per hour, dirty rusty dented

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  19. DaddelZeit

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    Why would a ford (american) be an ibishu (japanese)?
     
  20. SmashBurgerJ

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    Because the ford Fiesta Started in a foreign country and Ibishu makes Small Cars
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    Or The name could Be Gavril Temp
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    DaddelZeit You do have a point
     
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