Building a “Better” Supercar
(Still using Automation on the Kee-engine)
Tom Fredricks of JET-team is nearing his 50th birthday and as such is beginning to feel the need for SPEEEED.
Then again, knowing him, speed can’t come at any price or be crazily overengineered.
What he wants is something fast, but as he is rather keen on good choices and economy, he wants it to be reliable and robust and at the same time not too expensive.
He wants to be able to throw it around a plethora of tracks, but the Green Hell is the benchmark, as it consists of both technical curvy bits and allout speed.
So the car needs both good handling and sportiness, as well as decent safety and reliability.
Prestige is not a sellingpoint, tho the car needs to look nice, and be
roadlegal (needs headlights, rearlights, doorhandles, no undercooling etc.)
The requirements for the challenge:
Engine, placement, type: Any, Needs 50+ in reliability
Fuel: Super unleaded (98 RON)
Economy: Cannot exceed 20.0 l/ 100km fuel consumption
Aero: One wing, two lips and undertray are allowed
Car: Avg. Reliability: 65+, Safety: 45+
Tyres: Any, Tyrewidth max: 295
You are limited to 160 engineering units (time) shared between the trim and the engine
and a budget of 210 production units shared between trim and engine.
Budget is limited to $22000 @ 0% markup.
Model: BBS - Username
Trim: Manufacturer name - Car name
Engine Family: BBS - Username
Engine Trim: Engine name
NO qualitysliders !!! (except for Safety, as long as it stays above 45)
A time on Green Hell below 7:18.0 is preferred.
The car will be judged on scores, tracktime and good choices.
DEADLINE June 30th @ 12:00 GMT
If you have questions, feel free to ask.
Good luck, and happy building