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#1

After many changes, redesigns and reboots, Eagle Motor Works is back and ready to show the world that motoring perfection is possible… and at a reasonable price.

With the resurgance of high powered supercars in the early 90’s, EMW created an entry level model designed to gather funding for one of the most extreme road cars ever built. The Grand Sport GT launched in 1992 and is known as one of EMW’s most popular models. Powered by a 4.0 V8 making 385 BHP and filled with tech gained from Group C racing efforts, the Grand Sport was a huge success.

The GTR model was unveiled in 1994 and featured an enlarged 4.2 V8 built for racing in the new Euro GT Series. While dominated by German & British marques, the GSGTR still managed to finish 5th in the GT2 class at the 1995 French GT round thanks to its improved reliability.

In 1994, the Excelsior GTX was put on sale. Powered by a massive 8.0 V16 engine it produced 800 BHP with no forced induction and had a top speed of 220 MPH, making it one of the fastest production cars in the world. All of this coming at just $350,000 made the GTX an instant hit.

CURRENT LINEUP:

1992-1999 Grand Sport

GT (1992-1999)
Cost: $190,000
Engine: 4.0 SOHC Flatplane V8
Power: 385 BHP @ 6600 rpm
Weight: 1400 KG
Economy: 12 MPG
Drivability: 47
Sportiness: 55
Comfort: 29
Prestige: 59
Safety: 53
Reliability: 67
Service Costs: $11,332

GTR (1995-1998)
Cost: $220,000
Engine: 4.2 SOHC Flatplane V8
Power: 445 BHP @ 6800 rpm
Weight: 1300 KG
Economy: 12 MPG
Drivability: 39
Sportiness: 66
Comfort: 0
Prestige: 34
Safety: 33
Reliability: 70
Service Costs: $13,459

1994-1999 Excelsior

GTX
Cost: $350,000
Engine: 8.0 DOHC V16
Power: 797 BHP @ 6600 rpm
Weight: 1540 KG
Economy: 14 MPG
Drivability: 46
Sportiness: 74
Comfort: 40
Prestige: 92
Safety: 67
Reliability: 68
Service Costs: $12,851

1976-1981 Calais

Turbo Injection (1976-1981)
Price: $60,000
Engine: 2.0 Turbo OHV I4
Power: 115 BHP @ 5400 rpm
Weight: 1580 KG
Economy: 10 MPG
Drivability: 33
Sportiness: 6
Comfort: 53
Prestige: 58
Safety: 55
Reliability: 62
Service Costs: $1,154

GT (1976-1981)
Cost: $60,000
Engine: 3.0 OHV Inline 6
Power: 148 BHP @ 5500 rpm
Weight: 1610 KG
Economy: 8 MPG
Drivability: 33
Sportiness: 6
Comfort: 54
Prestige: 53
Safety: 56
Reliability: 61
Service Costs: $1,183

GTS (1976-1981)
Price: $65,000
Engine: 4.0 OHV V8
Power: 210 BHP @ 5500 rpm
Weight: 1650 KG
Economy: 8 MPG
Drivability: 34
Sportiness: 10
Comfort: 53
Prestige: 59
Safety: 56
Reliability: 60
Service Costs: $1,431


#2

Seems like…
Umm, what does it seem? For me it doesn’t look good with lamps that are that low, but that’s maybe my opinion ._.


#4

[quote=“glenniejason621”]

[quote=“Oskiinus”]Seems like…
Umm, what does it seem? For me it doesn’t look good with lamps that are that low, but that’s maybe my opinion ._.[/quote]

I know but I think lights that go over multiple panels look untidy. Also I won’t be getting the full game for a month or so, so I only have the base car for now. I’m gonna work on a 1.6 NA now[/quote]

No problem, but I think the best option for this body is to make the front fascia (I mean lights; rest do whatever you want) based on Skoda Fabia.


#7

It is a strange torque curve with a kink in the middle. You should try straighten that out, I think it will affect your driveability rating.


#8

When I can I will try and sort out the power and torque curves. I may also do a slight redesign. I will also try and show as much info about the car’s stats


#9

OP Edit: Final Edit on CitiCar.


#10

This car is much nicer. The only thing I would mind is the cost. Your material cost and your price tag are too close. You won’t make enough money on this. The formula is to multiply the man hours by 17.5-25 and then add that to twice the material cost. That should be the absolute cheapest. Sometimes, people take the figures from the formulas I just gave and multiply that sum by 2.


#11

What if I can’t remember the man hours?

Edit: Changed it but not sure of man hours so I put a realistic number


#13

Eagle Motor Works is proud to announce a racing version of our popular CitiCar! It has the same engine as the 2.0 Premium but is 50cc bigger and has 250BHP! It also has racing suspension, tires and interior. It will be used in the upcoming CitiCar Cup Series and we hope to unveil a Turbo version soon! The Cup car currently costs £35,000


#14

I have gotten the full game and OP has been updated with 2 new cars.


#15

Nice that another company is back.


#16

I plan to make alot of cars. Originally I planned to make the Hawk a Shelby Cobra like car but there is no body I have found yet that I can use to replicate it so I will be changing the Hawk to be like a Lotus Elan type car.


#17

New car added to OP! The 1985 LeMans Homologation!


#18

LM Homologation doesn’t look that bad… However if Airborne F90 had civil version it would be nice competitor despite fact it’s from 1990.
Funfact: Stage II F90 (never used due to fact that author of contest abandoned it) has somewhere around 1000 HP. From NA engine.


#19

[quote=“Oskiinus”]LM Homologation doesn’t look that bad… However if Airborne F90 had civil version it would be nice competitor despite fact it’s from 1990.
Funfact: Stage II F90 (never used due to fact that author of contest abandoned it) has somewhere around 1000 HP. From NA engine.[/quote]

600 was the most I could get out of mine while still being street legal. The racing version (dubbed the Competizione) would likely have around 700-800HP


#20

Back with a logo and some new cars.


#21

I’m back with a new lineup! Starting in 1945 with the Piccini Roadster and ending in 1992 with the Vikram Coupe STS Super Sport! I hope now to have this thread updated daily


#23

It would improve your picutres if you increased your resolution and added fxaa at least for the process of taking pictures.


#26

A high-revving 2.0 four is probably the worst possible choice for a two ton work van that usually has to carry another ton of stuff in the back.


#27

1965-1972 Eagle Hammerhead

http://imgur.com/k0H5v1y

Eagle Motor Works are proud to announce our latest vehicle, the Hammerhead. This is a true muscle car, with the choice of 2 V8 engines. The RS 302 is the basic model featuring a 5.0 289HP V8 engine while the SS 350 is the top range model with a 5.7 425HP V8. Both will be avaiable for the 1965 Model Year.

In 1969 we will offer a special homologation model for Trans Am, called the Hammerhad T/A. This will feature the biggest, most powerful engine ever put in an Eagle road car until now. This, 427Ci 7.0 V8 engine, will produce 570HP in the road car, making it one of the fastest cars on the road today. Expect to see a racing version of the Hammerhead compete in the 1970 SCCA Trans Am season.