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#26

The 1999 Sabre Soprano SV, my take on the Peugeot 106 GTI-

Steel panels, steel monocoque chassis
Macpherson strut front suspension, torsion beam rear

1149cc SOHC 4V I3
Compression 10.4:1
Long tubular headers
50mm exhaust
1 muffler

FWD
6-speed manual transmission
Open diff
175/55R15 tyres all round
Vented front disc brakes, solid discs rear
5 seats
Standard equipment includes alloy wheels, radio/cassette player, 1 airbag

Weight 933kg
0-62mph in 9.1 seconds
Top speed 131mph
35.2mpg (UK)
Approximate cost $15100


#27

Unusual set of engine stats, we could almost copy the exhaust, yet there’s no way to know the power or torque :smiley:


#28

Forgot to add those. It makes 111hp @7300rpm, 80lb/ft @6900rpm and revs to 8k.


#29

1984-88 IP COLIBRI TURBO


The first entry from IP in the hot hatch segment.


Specs:
Steel panels, steel monocoque chassis
Mc Pherson strut front suspension, solid coil sprung rear axle

1488cc Turbo SOHC 2V inline 4
114 hp @5500rpm
122 lb/ft @3400rpm
Rev limit @6500rpm
Compression 8.3:1
Multi point single EFI
Short cast headers, 57.1 mm single exhaust

5 speed manual transmission, FWD
Open differential
185/65R14 tyres
Solid 2-piston front disc brakes, solid 1-piston rear
Passive anti-roll bars

4 seats (2 front, 2 rear)
Standard equipment includes, among others, Fog lights, tape player, full instrumentation, contoured bucket seats, leather wrapped sports steering wheel

Weight: 976 kg
0-62 mph in 8.6 seconds
Top speed 119 mph
32.2 mpg (UK)
Approximate cost $17200 (in todays money)


#30

I should be doing AGC

2019 Bayonne Saturne BR 1.8

A French hot hatchback, designed to give the perfect track experience in an affordable exciting package.



More Details

DRIVETRAIN

Type – AlSi DOHC-4 “SE7DC4” Turbocharged 1.8 litre inline-4

Power – 269.1 hp @ 7600 RPM

Torque – 286.8 Nm @ 5300 RPM

Fuel Type – 95 RON

Drive Type – Transverse AWD

Gearbox – 7-speed DCT

BODY & CHASSIS

Weight – 1579 kg (54% Front / 46% Rear)

Wheelbase / Length / Width – 2.60m / 4.16m / 1.76m

Suspension – Double Wishbone (Front) / MultiLink (Rear)

Chassis Type – AHS Steel Monocoque

Panel Type – Aluminum

PERFORMANCE AND PRICE

0-100 km/h – 5.82 seconds

80-120 km/h – 3.66 seconds

Quarter Mile – 14.10 seconds

Top Speed – 274 km/h

100-0 km/h Braking Distance – 38.3 m

20m Radius Cornering Gs – 1.07 g

200m Radius Cornering Gs – 1.03 g

Fuel Economy – 33.6 mpg (US)

Approximate Automation Price – 51600$

Drive one!

2019-present_Bayonne_Saturne_-_BR_1_8.car (89.3 KB)


#31

What the fuck? How the fuck? Bro how


#32

I’ll be covering the process of the Automation-Assetto export in a tutorial in this forum. I’ll create a thread when I do my next car :stuck_out_tongue:


#33

Aiya Schafter - Colibri Dorado.mp3


#34

The 1994 Saidaishu Mainichi Henshin-

Partial aluminium panels, steel monocoque chassis
Macpherson strut front, semi trailing arm rear suspension

1850cc DOHC 4V turbo I4
Compression 8.8:1
Multi-point per-cylinder EFI
Rev limit at 7500rpm
199hp @7100rpm
153lb/ft @6300rpm
Short cast headers
70mm single exhaust
5-speed manual transmission, locking diff
AWD (50/50)
215/50R16 tyres all round
Vented disc brakes front and rear
5 seats
Standard equipment includes radio/cassette, heater, bucket seats, leather racing wheel, 1 airbag

0-62mph in 7.3 seconds
Top speed 139mph
Weight 1204kg
Approximate cost $23300


#35

The 2001 Centurion SH Warrior-

Treated steel panels, galvanised steel monocoque chassis
Double wishbone suspension all round

3322cc DOHC 2V 60-degree V6
9.8:1 compression
Twin multi-point EFI
Rev limit @7300rpm
226hp @6800rpm
207lb/ft @4200rpm
Tubular headers
57mm dual exhaust

RWD
6-speed sequential transmission
Viscous LSD
235/40R18 tyres front, 245/40R18 rear
Vented disc brakes all round
Partial undertray for aero

4 seats
Standard equipment includes bucket seats, leather racing wheel, exposed aluminium centre console, radio/CD, 2 airbags, stability control

0-62mph in 6.1 seconds
Top speed limited to 155mph
Weight 1347kg
32.7mpg (UK)
Approximate cost $31500


#36

That would have been a beast 20 years ago…nice.


#37

It was mainly inspired by the Alfa Romeo 147 GTA, but I wanted to put my own unique spin on it and create something only the Italians could get away with.


#38

Definitely agree with you about that. The shape of the front light fixtures is a tad too boxy for 2001 though.


#39

That’s just one of the main design features of the brand it’s from- basically what I did to design this car was take an '05 model I already made and regress it a few years without making it look too '90s.


#40

Something a bit different now, plus a reminder that regular hatchbacks are also welcome here. Numerous manufacturers have moved away from sporty cars, preferring to use the old sporty monikers (such as Vauxhall’s SRi) as an excuse to make base-model cars uncomfortable. This isn’t quite that, however it’s not all bark and no bite- it is the fastest version of a model I had already created.

So, here it is, the 2020 Duke Segundo 1.7 SS-Design:

Galvanised steel monocoque chassis with partial aluminium panels
1700cc DOHC 4V turbo I4
Compression 8.6:1
Multi-point per-cylinder EFI
Short cast headers
44mm single exhaust
160hp @7000rpm
143lb/ft @4900rpm
Rev limit @7k

FWD
6-speed dual-clutch transmission
Viscous LSD
195/45R17 tyres all round
Vented disc brakes up front, solid discs rear
5 seats
Standard equipment includes alloy wheels, phone compatibility, sat nav, ESC

0-62mph in 8 seconds
Top speed 142mph
46.3mpg (UK)
Approximate cost $25600


#41

1989-94 IP COLIBRI 1800 GTX


Since the Colibri Turbo didn’t really rose the market, IP tried a new approach with the fourth generation Colibri. The 1.5 litre turbo was dropped, replaced with a more refined 1.8 litre N/A 12 valve, and most of the “boy racer” look was left out. Yet, it proved to be another lukewarm seller. The fourth generation Colibri recieved criticism already as new for feeling old-fashioned and looking bland, and towards the mid 90s safety started to become a selling point even for small cars, where the Colibri could not compete with more modern designs. To make it worse, a modest power output from a N/A 12 valve left the GTX model behind the competition that had started to crank out decent power from better 16 valve turbo designs.


Specs:
Steel panels, steel monocoque chassis
Mc Pherson strut front suspension, torsion beam rear axle

1808 cc N/A SOHC 3V inline 4
116 hp @6000 RPM
116 lb/ft @4200 RPM
Rev limit @6500 RPM
Compression 10.4:1
Multi point single EFI
Short cast headers, 50.8 mm single exhaust

5 speed manual transmission, FWD
Open differential
185/60R14 tyres
Solid 2 piston front brakes, solid 1-piston rear
Passive anti-roll bars

4 seats (2 front, 2 rear)
Standard equipment includes fog lights, tape player, full instrumentation, contoured bucket seats, leather sports steering wheel, glass sunroof

Weight: 1003 kg
0-62 mph in 8.7 seconds
Top speed 125 mph
26.8 mpg (UK)
Approximate cost $17400 (in todays money)


#42

I also would like to srink a Forester into a hatchback.


#43


I think you mean Outback?

Funny, I didn’t think Outback at all when I made it but now I see how terribly similar they are to each other…

Oh, well, this is older so Subaru is the copycat anyway. :wink:


#44

Goddamit, I need to sleep. Yes that one.


#45

Here’s my latest classic build, the 1979 HMC Type 93 GT-

Steel monocoque with steel panels
Macpherson Strut front, semi trailing arm rear

1655cc SOHC 2V I4
Compression 9.9:1
Mechanical fuel injection
Tubular headers
38mm single exhaust
Rev limit @6200rpm
96hp @5700rpm
104lb/ft @3500rpm

RWD
5-speed manual transmission
Locking diff
185/65R13 tyres all round
Solid disc brakes front, drums rear
5 seats
Standard equipment includes 8-track, vinyl trim

0-62mph in 10s
Top speed 108mph
33.5mpg
Approximate cost $16100


Henrican Motor Corporation (HMC)