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Your intentions seem to be good with this car, but I don’t think it’s quite there yet. Echoing @abg7’s comments in that you don’t need Carbon Fibre on this sort of a car, nor is pushrod necessary. Makes it seem like a factory-made custom sleeper thing (I dunno know though, there’s bound to be a place in the market for such a vehicle :joy:)

Styling too feels outdated for 2016, angles and sharp, thin shapes are really in at the moment so you may want to try thinning out those fixtures.

Your cars are definitely getting there though, so please don’t be disheartened by anything I’ve said, take it as suggestions on how to improve.


Disclaimer: I may sound like a child who is showing their parents a simple magic trick, but I am just proud of what was accomplished. Thank you to all those who gave me advice for you helped me create this car. I really appreciate it!

The AL Suono R

Performance innovated

The AL Autos company present to you The AL Suono R.

The Suono (Italian for Sound), is a brand new model created a couple days ago and one that I am very eager to share. For starters I was able to lighten the car as much as possible thanks to the advice of all who commented on my thread. This is now one of the lightest R cars that I have ever created. Of course I’m still working on achieving the perfect balance but, thanks to properly sized carbon ceramic brakes, less abuse of quality sliders, and many other points as well.

The art of aerodynamics are also at work on this car. The maximum amount of air has been diverted to the brakes to provide better braking efficiency, however there is still an adequate amount of air coming into the engine.

The engine is the main highlight of this post as this engine has gotten me the highest HP/L figure I have ever gotten out of an engine (213.542 HP/L). This is all thanks to the advice that was given to me and some tweaks that I made. This car has a 4.8 L Twin Turbo Flatplane V8 pushing out 1025 HP. This engine is connected to a 7 Speed Double Clutch Transmission sending to the power to the rear end of this car through a Electric LSD.

Prices for this car start at $190,000 USD. If you are interested in test driving/buying this car or have any questions, please stop by one of our dealerships located world wide!

Another AL Autos car will be revealed soon! stay tuned and please reply inline with this comment with any comments, constructive criticism, or advice! Thanks!


3700 lbs suggests you still haven’t toned down on the quality.


Should I just leave it at 0 or still try to balance it out more.


In fact it depends on what you want to achieve. If it has to be more of a road legal track car, then it should have 0 (or less, for more extreme thing) quality on the interior and weigh about a 1000 lbs less. If it has to be a mid engined GT, then it should still weigh about 200-400 lbs less, depending on what interior type you want to use (sports is rather for light track toys), unless you go for full comfort, then - only then - that weight is ok. Also bigger engine with less extreme turbos could probably give better results. And if you need to cool carbon ceramic brakes that means something is wrong with them. Number of pistons, size of the rotors, type of the pads?



I am terribly sorry for all those who follow this thread. I have completely fogotten that I have this here. (lol)

ANYWAY here is a quick catchup of what I’ve been doing:

  • I have massively improved the way I construct a car. These improvements can be seen at the 2017 Antiyita International Motor Show that just happened as of late

  • I’ve widened the types of cars AL Autos creates. These were featured at the Antiyita International Motor Show. These range from compact cars to affordable sports cars.

  • AL Autos’ luxury brand was introduced at Geneva and improved upon at Antiyita

  • I got my first two cars reviewed by the wonderful Gavin Anderson (aka @DeusExMackia) (Thanks for that! I have improved upon what you’ve said and have updated some cars to be revealed soon)

Here are the links to those moments:
AL Autos Rursus and Latissime @ AIMS

AL Autos Irev, Omnia, and Pacto @ AIMS

AL Autos Statuere and Habilis @ AIMS

AL Autos Luxus, Flusso, and Actio @ AIMS

AL Autos Flusso and Actio Reviews

I will be sure to update this more often as I create and update cars!

That’ll be all for now! Thank you all for reading and look forward to more updates and releases in the future!


Design Update: AL Autos Latissime

Hello all! I’ve been busy trying to update the rear tailight designs for my cars when I think I found a simple yet effective solution! Let me know what you think! Example car shown is the AL Autos Latissime!


Making the taillights form a loop? It actually works very well here…


Thanks for letting me know! :smiley:


I like tha. Maybe try adding a few more fixtures to smooth it out a little more.


Car Updates

Hello all! This post will feature the AL Autos Berlina and the AL Autos Pacto. The first car is one that I have only debuted on this page here. The latter is one that I have revealed at the Antiyita International Motor Show.

Let’s start with the Berlina, my super saloon. I first released the Berlina when I was still new to this game. I tended to go bonkers with everything spamming the quality sliders and adding the best bits onto the car (ie. Carbon Fiber Body Panels). To add on to this, I didn’t really pay much attention to the performance or the designs of my cars. Now that I have gotten some experience, I’ve decided to re-do this car and make it a proper performance saloon car. So, without further a do, here is the redesigned AL Autos Berlina 537 Sv2

The AL Autos Berlina (Trim Shown: 537 Sv2)

First attempt at making a GIF btw.

Berlina GIF

The Body

Just by looking at it, you could tell that this is gonna be an interesting car. AL went all out to make sure that this car will look apart and still look quite aggressive.

The Performance

AL Autos downsized the engine from the original 5.5 L Twin Turbo V6 to a more sensible 3.6L Twin Turbo V6. Don’t think for a moment that this car has gotten slower just because has a smaller engine though. In fact, the new 3.6 L Twin Turbo V6 produces 537 HP. This is coupled with a 6 Speed Manual Transmission, electric LSD, 265F/275R AL Sports Compound Tires, a complex Longitudinal AWD system, and a Double Wishbone (F)/ MultiLink ® suspension combo and you’ve got a car that can go from 0-62 MPH in 3.7 seconds, achieve a top speed of 167.2 MPH (269.1 KPH), corner at 1.23g-1.25g, and clock a 1:18.1 on the Top Gear Test Track.


Top Range Model (Shown): $87,542
Base Model: $70,020

Onto the second car. Making it’s debut at the Antiyita International Motor Show, the Pacto was designed to be a fun little sports car. However, it’s styling didn’t capture the eyes of the people. For the next model year, we’ve decided to go for a simpler approach to the designs and also revamp the engine. So, without further a do, AL Autos present to you…

The AL Autos Pacto (Trim Shown: 241 Sv2)

Pacto GIF

The Body

AL Autos kept the shape of the body, but redesigned the light fixtures and grille to go for a more simper yet aggressive kind of look.

The Performance

Going along with the theme of downsizing, AL Autos has put a smaller engine into the new version of the Pacto, a 1.6L I4 Turbo. With this engine, you do get a little less power out of it, 241 HP (Compared with the previous figure of 249 HP), however this does mean that the car is quite a lot lighter. 2357.9 lbs/1069.5 kgs (Compared with the previous figure of 2510.7 lbs/1138.8 kgs). This is coupled with an improved 5 speed manual transmission, Geared LSD, front and rear solid disc brakes, Double Wishbone suspension, and 205F/225R AL Sport Compound Tires. This recipe allows the Pacto to go from 0-62 MPH in 5.5 seconds, achieve a top speed of 155.9 MPH / 250.9 KPH, corner at 1.16g-1.17g, and clock a faster 1:23.1 on the top gear test track (Compared to the older model’s 1:24.3).


Top Range Model (Shown): $33,570
Base Model: $22,296

That concludes this AL Autos Presentation! Please let me know what you think!


A Breath of Fresh Air!

Hello all! This post will feature a brand new car!

Here is AL Autos’ entry into the hot hatch market! Let me know what you think!

The AL Autos Novellus 370 RS

Novellus GIF

The Body

The Novellus was designed to look aggressive to accompany the performance that it has underneath the skin.

The Performance

The engine of the Novellus is a peppy little unit: a 2.5 L Turbo Charged I-4 churning out 370 HP. In addition, AL Autos has added a 6 speed manual transmission, electric LSD, longitudinal AWD (Split 60R/40F), Double Wishbone front and rear suspension, and 255 F and R AL Sport Compound Tires. This combination allows for the Novellus to go from 0-62 MPH in 4.5 seconds, achieve a 164.2 MPH (264.3 KPH) top speed, corner at 1.19g-1.20g, and clock a 1:21.6 on the Top Gear Test Track. All the while, the Novellus still gets an average 22.6 US MPG.

The Technology

AL Autos has added the ALDrivingProfile system to the Novellus. This allows the driver to choose or customize how they want the car to perform: stability control sensitivity, suspension sensitivity, steering sensitivity, throttle/brake sensitivity, etc. There are 3 modes already pre-loaded into the system: normal, sport, and track. If none of these suit the driver’s needs, the driver can customize their own profiles and save it as a custom preset.


Top Range Model (Shown): $46,258
Base Model: $40,842

That concludes this AL Autos Presentation! Please let me know what you think!


Every car you have made so far has been powered by an engine with five-valve cylinder heads. Since no manufacturer currently offers this valvetrain in real life, why do you keep using it? 4 valves + VVL seems to offer more flexibility for me.


Eh? Audi did it for quite a while even on lower models


Slight Design Update

Hey ya’ll! Just wanted to do a quick update for today as I am busy with personal matters. I felt as if the Novellus needed a slightly redesigned front end. The current fascia didn’t click with me for some reason. Let me know which one you like more!

Old Fascia

New Fascia


New Performance Coupe!

Hello all! This post will feature a brand new car that I am relatively excited to show you!

Here is AL Autos’ brilliant sports coupe!

The AL Autos Volatilis (Trim Shown: 734 S)

The Body

AL Autos wanted to make the Volatilis as sports like as possible, almost intimidating. To accomplish this, we gave the Volatilis a healthy dose of sharp angles (especially in the headlamps), a new fascia design, AL Autos’ brand new taillight design, spoilers to suit the trim, and many other minute details.

The Performance

In this specific trim model, the 734 S, AL Autos has stuffed under hood a 5.5 L Twin Turbo Flatplane V8 churning out 734 HP. In addition, this specific trim comes with a 7 speed double clutch sequential transmission, electric LSD, longitudinal RWD system, 275F/285R AL sport compound tires, and a Double Wishbone (F)/Multilink ® suspension system. All in all, this specific model can go from 0-62 MPH in 3.6 seconds, achieve a top speed of 207.4 MPH (333.8 KPH), and achieve a 1:14.7 on the Top Gear Test Track.

The Variety

AL Autos has good variety of trims to suit your desires ranging from the 406 S to the 922 R:

The 406 S

0-62 MPH: 4.5 seconds
Top Speed: 185.7 MPH (298.9 KPH)
Top Gear Test Track Time: 1:21.1
Note: Comes with a 6 Speed Manual or 7 Speed Automatic

The 505 S

0-62 MPH: 4.1 seconds
Top Speed: 199.6 MPH (321.2 KPH)
Top Gear Test Track Time: 1:18.2
Note: Comes with a 6 Speed Manual or 7 Speed Automatic

The 734 S

0-62 MPH: 3.6 seconds
Top Speed: 207.4 MPH (333.8 KPH)
Top Gear Test Track Time: 1:14.7
Note: Comes with a 7 speed Double Clutch Sequential or a 6 Speed Manual

The 922 R

0-62 MPH: 2.5 seconds
Top Speed: 214.3 MPH (344.9 KPH)
Top Gear Test Track Time: 1:12.6
Note: Comes with only a 7 speed Double Clutch Sequential

Pricing (Click to Enlarge)

GIFS (Updated)

AL Autos Volatilis 406 S

AL Autos Volatilis 505 S

AL Autos Volatilis 734 S

AL Autos Volatilis 922 R


Sneak Peak at AL Autos’ daring entry to a fun market!


Announcement from AL Autos



AL Autos Announcement


Release schedule for our new lineup!

Auto China: AL Irev and AL Quaestus

Goodwood Festival of Speed: AL Volatilis and AL Actio

Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance: AL Argenti and AL Rex

Paris Motor Show: AL Aranea and AL Latissime

Los Angeles Auto Show: AL Adventum and AL Artifex

Auto China 2018 (Beijing International Automotive Exhibition 2018)

AL Autos Announcement


The 2018 AL Autos Irev has been released at BIAE 2018! Go ahead and check it out!