Wow, very good one.
1987 Buick Grand National (or GNX)
Bit more of a modified race car (example: drivers side headlight replaced for an air intake)
Here’s my first attempt at replicating anything real-life in Automation, starring the Ford Mondeo ST24;
Hugi Motors #BridgeTheGap (Update: Fleuma Mk.1 MS4)
I can see why you like the USDM front, it’s easier on the eyes (and easier to replicate in Automation, haha)… Guess recreating the UK version was choosing Hard difficulty, but I tend to make decisions like that. And yet the rear was an even tougher ordeal, getting the lights to match the real units was a pain.
It’s a good thing I had a great reference guide!
Uh, excuse me, but the name tag clearly states that it’s Not a Laguna. If the car says so, who are we to not believe it?
Joke aside, that’s pretty on the nose. Only thing that could be better placed is the front Renault badge, unless the badge itself can’t be put lower…
Miniature TVR Sagaris / Project 7/12
I didn’t go full Speed 12 with the tuning, but in the spirit of TVR, it’s still ridiculously powerful for its size.
I recently worked on a car that so reminded me of this, I had to do some research to make it just right. Here, the M3 has American specs. Not sure I could do Euro specs without spamming quality sliders.E36 ish - Trim 1.car (24.7 KB)
Wow how do you make your screenshots look so good? I’m with the graphics on maximum and not even my 2k photos look that good
Thanks, I think those are just in the photo mode, although I generally take stuff into photoshop to fix up a bit. With those its mainly just adding some contrast and a little exposure, lower aperatures for depth of field and adjusting the saturation if some colors are bleeding