This is the best design you’ve come up with so far. It takes the best bits of the pre- and post-facelift front fascias and merges them together for something more harmonious.
What are you using for the headlights? Are those modded, or can you get those vanilla?
It actually manages to be minimalist and detailed at the SAME TIME.
But really, great job!
You wot. Minimalist and detailed at the same time? That makes no sense whatsoever.
Also @Holts you might want to outline the headlights either with the bumper strips or the light strips since its hard to see
What I probably meant by that is that from far away, like what you said , is hard to distinguish from other cars.
But from up close, you can tell that it has many small details you can’t see from far away.
- 1.4L Turbo Charged Engine Making 144HP; 134lb-ft torque
- Hubcaped Rims
- Premium Interior, Standard Infotainment
- Various Of Colors
- More Trunk Room
- 1.8L Turbocharged Engine Making 224HP; 206lb-ft
- More Ground Clearence
- 6.2 seconds to 60
- Large Sunroof
- 3.0L Turbo-Charged I6 Making 285HP; 289lb-ft
- 5.1Sec 0-60
- 8-inch Touchscreen Infotainment
- 380HP Turbocharged Inline 6
- 3.8 Sec 0-60
- Bucket Seats
- Launch COntrol Option
- Manual Or Automatic
- HoltaSafe (Option)
- Tiny Strips Of Carbon Fibre
The Anaygo looks decent, although I would suggest swapping out the giant foglamps for slimmer daytime running lights to give it a more contemporary look. Even so, I am happy to accept this car’s front-end styling as it is right now.
Now that you’ve shown us its nose, why not make us take a look at the rear end?
Very nice! Good work, love that you kept experimenting by composing lights out of smaller units and have created a look. The next step after this would be modernizing the lower front fascia, if you look at modern IRL cars they have rather edgy and defined lines with large grilles and vents. Play around, you don’t have to do it that way but I think in some time you’ll have some proper lookers
I love the down part of the old H8 Lux’s front. Blends so well with the lights.
Agree with Ram here, experimenting is what is ultimately going to make you develop your own design language keep experimenting and trying new stuff!
A clear improvement on the previous model, and one definitely worthy of consideration.
Why didnt you do the tailights like the others
Holts SURO (soorow)
Base Version. Still Will Get YOu around with its 285HP Inline 6 thats Turbocharged and intercolled.
It’ll get you 25MPG. And 0-60 In 7.1 Seconds.
Highpowered economical V8 Pushing 400HP into this Heavy Beast. Pushes the SURO to 60 in 6.2 Seconds. Featuring A Premium Interior And Premium Infotainment. Can come with 2 Extra Seats.
Might Be an Old Body Style But Still Driven. Nvm that. Nothing too diffrent in this model. But Bigger Infotainment Screen And Luxorious Color Seats From Your Choice.
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Trova TR GTE
The TR GTE version of the trova is The racing Version… As seen above
This car has suspension tuned for track and has downforce. Trova TR Has 346 Rear downforce and 128 in the front. This car weighs just over 2700 pounds and has 501HP 3.0L Inline 6 Tuned for racing.
This has a sequential transmission with 6-speeds and reacher 60 in 4.4 seconds and do 1/4 mile in 11.9.
- 20m Cornering G’s 1.20g
- 200m Cornering G’s- 1.34
- 60-0- 90.2 feet
- Airfield Track 1:15
- Roll Angle- 2.4
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Holts Trova - TR GTE.car (54.8 KB)
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