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#101

One more Jag pic, from rear…



#102

And here’s my attempt on Aston Martin, tried to go for the DB7 look







#103

That Jaguar is fantastic! I really like it!


#104

Thanks, I also had a blast making that Jag :smiley:

Ferrari 456







#105

WOW!!! THAT FRONT!!! :open_mouth: AMAZING! BTW I see you used the idea of vents as pop-up headlights :smiley:


#106

yeah, vents surely produce some very odd looking pop-up lights, but it was so bland without anything… :smiley:


#107

I also think you did the badge very well given what’s available. :smiley:


#108

That Ferrari is incredible.


#109

Looks really close.[/quote]
That’s not a Mini. That’s one of those Chinese knockoffs.


#110

I did a 2014 Ford Fusion replica! It’s a weird one because the 4-door bodyshell is just such a different shape than the Ford’s, and the taillights are not perfectly accurate. That being said, it was a challenging and fun replica to do! Here’s a preview:

I made this replica in today’s Automation episode on my Youtube channel, you’re welcome to check out the full video here: youtube.com/watch?v=RjstnFLEtpY


#111

With the new saloon bodyshell, the first car i really wanted to replicate was the Jaguar XF because i love it. So i did :slight_smile:

I also made a video on how to do it, and you’re welcome to watch it :slight_smile: youtube.com/watch?v=O198Q0n6cI0


#112

My first Replica is an easy one. Its a Opel Commodore B 2.5 Coupe
As Engine I chose an I6 12V 115HP (the smalest)

Hope you enjoy it


#113

2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray
http://p1.trrsf.com/image/get?src=http%3A%2F%2Fimages.terra.com%2F2013%2F11%2F25%2Fdsc0474.JPG&o=s&w=600
LUA files here: viewtopic.php?f=35&t=4885&p=48598#p48598

MECHANICAL
Engine 6.2L V8 OHV 16-valve
HP (hp@rpm) 455 @ 6500
Torque (lb.ft@rpm) 460 @ 4500
Drivetrain Rear-wheel drive
Transmission 7 speed manual
Opt. Transmission #1 6 speed automatic
Opt. Transmission #2 7 speed manual
Brakes 4-wheel disc
ABS 4-wheel ABS
Power Steering Std
Front Suspension Independent
Rear Suspension Independent

FUEL CONSUMPTION
Manual Transmission
city / highway
(L/100 km) 12.2 / 6.9

DIMENSIONS, CAPACITY AND WEIGHT
Length (mm) 4 492
Width (mm) 1 878
Height (mm) 1 239
Wheelbase (mm) 2 710
Curbweight (lb) 3 298
Trunk Size (L) 425
Fuel Tank Capacity (L) 70

It is an all-aluminum design which, while still a pushrod engine, boasts variable valve timing. The system adjusts both intake and exhaust timing between two settings. This engine reported to generate 455 bhp on gasoline via direct fuel injection, increased compression ratio to 11.5:1, and a modified engine controller.

Simulated price with my MSRP formula: (26801.54+(572.68 *20))*1.4= 53 557.19$
Actual 1LT MSRP: 54 845$ (msn autos)

Formula explanation: viewtopic.php?f=13&t=4921&p=48002#p48002







#114

Aston Martin Vanquish







#115

Here’s a replica that some people on Youtube wanted me to do, so i thought i’d share it here on the forums as well :slight_smile: It’s my attempt of building a McLaren P1. And i’m sorry if this disappoints you, but this is the best i could do with the currently available fixtures. Also, since there’s no electric motors in the game yet, this has a 3.8L twin-turbo V8 with 916hp because that’s the combined amount of power that the real P1 has if i remember correctly.


And here’s how to do it youtube.com/watch?v=Xymwa2UtELk

Also, as i keep saying in the video: feel free to try and do it better, i’d be excited to see how you guys do it! :slight_smile:

Greets,
Tom


#116

I call it the Sudoku ImpressJezza :stuck_out_tongue:



#117

I made an Opel Vivaro (Or vauxhall)


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#118

Well, I’ve been at this:

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#119

Nice job, Wizzy!

I had a go at an Alfa Romeo GTV this time.


And here’s the video on how i made it: youtube.com/watch?v=V57wRa3lUC0

Greets,
Tom


#120

Thanks, you did a decent job yourself once again, too!