Aftermath of AEC5 [spoiler] Shortly following the release of the Neoterica Motors N2000 series of cars in 2000 it was discovered that the family model uses a computer to control the automatic transmission, something which somehow slipped under the nose of those who approved the car and even those who designed it. The reaction to such information was about as one would expect given the nation’s history. There was yet another internal war. Your job, is to make a vehicle that will win the war and save the company. It will not be a military vehicle, as a new one was just put into production, instead you will be making a design to appease just about everyone all at once while being simpler than ever… And the markets have some weird desires this time[/spoiler]
*Carburetors only (after the transmission scandal people are paranoid about what else could be computerized such as injection systems, ease their worries with plain ol carbs)
*Turbos are limitted to a max boost of 0.5 bar
*2003 model year
*hard limit of 80PU and 80EU for car trim
*hard limit of 35PU and 80EU for engine trim
*no fuel restrictions.
*performance and race intakes banned
*advanced auto, ABS, TC, speedlimiter, vvt, and anything else computerized is banned.
*Price limit of 25000
*journal bearings for turbos only, all ball bearings are being redirected to the war effort for some reason.
That will give your “initial score” which will then be multiplied by 1/100th of your fuel economy(us mpg) figure in the car designer
naming for entries
Model - AEC6 – [Username] Trim – Model and Trim name Family – AEC6 – [Username] Variant – Whatever you want
You have until the 24th to submit your entries