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Discussion in 'Land' started by Kueso, Dec 13, 2018.

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Release before/ after Christmas?

Poll closed Dec 26, 2018.
  1. Before

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  2. After

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  1. JowoX90

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    that's very cool but i dont see why it has to replace the 200nx
     
  2. Nacho Problem

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    theory behind this is:

    04midsize ---> smaller Covet

    200nx ---> larger Hirochi
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    indeed
     
  3. Driver2210

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    Will the 200NX get its own separate mod?
     
  4. Kueso

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    No, however the current plans were to redo it to a more faithful recreation of the MX3 and add a hint of NX2000/Del Sol
    If anything the Eclipse Nacho asked about would be a Hirochi, as Mitsubishi and Subaru tend to be associated with Hirochi, and he made a good point in my DM’s and basically was like “why is everything an Ibishu” and yknow he wasn’t wrong
     
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  5. Driver2210

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    That's fine, we do need Hirochis from the 80s/90s/early 2000s
     
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  6. fivedollarlamp

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    I think a more standard, less sporty Hirochi from the late '90s- early '2000s would be cool.

    The 2002 Mazda Protege matches the design cues of the new 200NX replacement oddly well, and considering it came in a wagon too, I think it would be a good jumping-off point for a commuter that is quintessentially Hirochi. A flat-four engine, some minor design tweaks, and some plastic cladding/AWD for the wagon would be a treat.
     
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  7. Nacho Problem

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    ok lets break this down.

    1. I like the idea of another basic commuter car made by Hirochi so thats a plus
    2. The newer gen Pessima is already very similar in design becaus eits based on another mazda at the time so i dont think that this would be it.
    3. I dont think it would be a good idea to replace a light 2+2 coupe with a basic 4door sedan and wagon
    4. We couldnt fit a Boxer in that tiny thing :p
     
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  8. Formula24

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    Would be interesting having the USDM versions be under a different brand like how Chrysler and Mitsubishi did.
     
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  9. georgy 1991

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    There's 1,5 boxer in Alfa Romeo Alfasud, you know
     
  10. EozCompanyCZ

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    Both Citroën GS and Oltcit Club used four-cylinder boxers.
     
  11. stephen f

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    As someone who owns a 02 protege5, I do like the idea of this. As for the awd version with plastic cladding, that was a factory option in japan for the Familia sport20 that gave it a slight lift with awd and sliver cladding around the wheel arches. Idk about the boxer engine but it's really common to swap in the kl-ze v6 from the 626 (what the newer pessima is based on) and they sound amazing.
     
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  12. Blue Bird Gaming

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    Bruckell 200NX or maybe Gavril, I think bruckell supposed to be a least partially based off of Chrysler though cause the Legran looks like a LeBaron. Or maybe call it Ibishu 200NX/ Bruckell Solar
     
  13. Nacho Problem

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    Bruckell
    Yeah we decided that it probably will not be a 200nx replacement but maybe its own car. That would mean that this will 100% be a Hirochi if we do make it
     
  14. Formula24

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    Soliad maybe? to try and fit the weirdness of Eagle without making a whole brand for one car lol
     
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  15. Blue Bird Gaming

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    Hirochi Solar / Bruckell Razor then maybe?
     
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  16. boimadashell

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    what about changes to the civetta? anything new? an alfa romeo giulia rebadged as a civetta would be stellar. like, the civetta elegante or sth
     
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  17. CaptainZoll

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    we're waiting on the bolide revamp before we do any drastic content additions to the bolide.
    but don't worry, once that happens, we've got some ideas.
     
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  18. CaptainNoobacus

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    bruckell razor doesnt really sound right. also welcome to the forums!
     
  19. Nacho Problem

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    liking those names
     
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  20. SuperShep1

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    maybe as like a 300nx or Soliad Claw or something
     
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