The Deadline is approaching
2 days and 7 hourse are left to submit your cars - there are a few ads in this thread where I did not yet receive the .car file. Just to make sure that nobody is lost. Keep the cars coming!
The second-generation 1986 Kimura Auriga was beginning to get old in the tooth by the mid-90s in spite of international acclaim. After only one overhaul in 1991, it was clear that a new model would need to be shipped out soon. The Kimura MSC Concept hoped to capitalize on the new sports cars that the company rolled out a few years prior whilst also previewing the next-generation Auriga - when the vehicle was revealed at the 1993 Tokyo Motor Show, Kimura claimed that the production version would maintain “at least 75-80% of the concept’s DNA.” A sleek, innovative design was completely new for the vehicle and signaled a new visual language for the Japanese company.
Deadline in 23 hours
Tomorrow we’ll move on to Part II - send in your car within 23 hours if you want to be part of that! We’re at 18 cars so far, looking good!
How to do a concept in the 90s: use fancy, yet very impractical doors
The Yonfi Sanga of 1993
Now with curvy design
and a pitiful 30 mpg engine with suitable 10 sec 0-60
Its a car car
Cossack Motors introduces the
1993 Cossack Zelena 2000
This is what, according to the Cossack’s design team, a car will look like in the year 2000, and showcases the potential design and engineering trends Cossack Motors will follow in the future.
The highlights include
- All independent suspension
- Computerized driver position adjustment, capable of remembering up to 4 driver profiles, each consisting of information about the positions of the driver seat, steering wheel and the mirrors
- A new all-aluminium 5 cylinder engine
- Speedy, a friendly digital assistant that allows records data from your Cossack onto two floppy discs and allows your computer to analyze it and tell you how you can drive your Cossack safer and more efficiently.
Clarion - Vianta
The designers at Clarion were in for a rough week as the London Motorfair was getting ever closer. Long nights at the pub and even longer days at the design studio have paid off though. Clarion proudly presents the Vianta, targeting to make up for the past aesthetic and technical problems with the last generation’s car and catapulting it to the top of the market!
We also hired a new photographer, he says he’s using a Nikon LCV4.1, we have no clue what that means.
Deadline for Part I has passed!
… aaand were done! Quite a few nice entries, thanks for joining! We have 28 cars in total waiting to be prepared for production. So take a look at Part II please (rules are in OP, too).
I’ll send the private poll for Part I to you in a PM in a few minutes.
But it looks exactly the same!
Are You Sure About That?
There’s a tweaked front end, a new exhaust, and a new spoiler, along with some 16 inch alloys.