I never expected Quezon to make vehicles like the Princesa . But the delicate and beautifully put together designs leave for an incredible result, and I cannot get over those taillights. Not to mention the insane and incredible engineering of these beautiful and ferocious vehicles are very realistic and give the cars much more personality than they already do. Good job I’ve been left speechless multiple times by these vehicles.
Thank you very much!
No problem I always enjoy seeing your cars! And decided to finally share my thoughts.
The way all of your cars fit together perfectly is incredible! I love how original your cars are and how they are always recognizable as a Quezon. The Princesa has a wonderful design and so much detail on the website, hopefully I can reach such levels of proffessionalism. Cant wait to read about the next one!
Thanks a lot!
some side project of mine i guess
Developed to be the “mother of all Quezons”, the SR Vision Gran Turismo. A joint development from the Quezon design team and Gran Turismo.
This car takes the term “gran turismo” or “grand tourer” to a new level.
Its powertrain, the iconic 10-litre V10, has been carefully tweaked to provide smooth acceleration, yet still be able to achieve a nearly unimaginable 1,200 horsepower and 1,100lb-ft of torque that is purely naturally aspirated. Combined with a 7-speed dual clutch all-wheel-drive drivetrain, this allows for both great performance and ultimate ride smoothness.
The unique Quezon pentagrille design featured on every Quezon since the Cordova, has arrived on the SR VGT to make it true to the current design language. The lights are made to match each other front to back, and the large side vent to add to the car’s aggressiveness.
The interior is built to Philippine handicraft standards, with inspiration taken from past Quezon models and famous Philippine landmarks merged into the grand touring design philosophy. All merging together to create a beautiful, opulent and well-made cockpit for ultimate grand touring standards.
Its architecture and shaping sets the vehicle’s cockpit not too low, but not too high. Giving the perfect view for the accordant, scenic driving the vehicle was designed for.
The controls are laid out for utmost driveability and ease-of use. The steering wheel with variable weight adjustment and set to the perfect shape. The wraparound screen with the information laid out to the driver’s peripheral vision. The windshield featuring holograms to provide extra information on location, speed, and other such needs. Providing you with an experience no other grand tourer would be able to.
An experience, unmistakably Quezon.
The Quezon SR Vision Gran Turismo, designed to showcase Quezon’s true idea of the perfect grand tourer. Available to drive in Tran Gurismo Sport, players will quickly realize this car is more than what exactly meets the eye.
Automation Vision Gran Turismo [New and Improved]
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Same incredible consistency and effort, with every new Quezon you always know who made it! Great work as always.
Is this new Quezon SR built on a transverse-engined platform like its predecessor? If so, it would be among the best front-drivers you could buy right now in non-hybrid form.
The SR-3 is, yes. The SR-e meanwhile is built on an all-new electric platform
stolen from Tesla designed definitely in house.
These cars are…amazing! They are really giving my the inspiration needed to reshuffle Chevalier’s line-up for the better!
One question (probably a stupid one): are they downloadable? 'Cause I couldn’t find links anywhere. I’d love to drive them on BeanNG.
Unfortunately not as of now, but I do plan on having download links available for certain models whenever I sort them out in the near future.
Updated the Cordova so go ahead check it out thanks bye
I’ll be updating some older Quezons on the thread as well, mostly those I don’t really think are “up to my standards” (notably the 81’ and 66’ Laguna). So uh yeah expect more in the future I guess?
The remade '06 Cordova is a vast improvement aesthetically on the original design - the new body you chose for it (which is currently open beta only, by the way) is a much better choice than the small XF body, considering the shape of the fixtures you used for the remake.
I can never get enough of Quezons out of the ordinary cars. From super luxurious to an off-road sedan Quezon never ceases to amaze me with unique vehicle ideas.
By the way, how many Quezon cars does Apo Marcos have?
That’s to be a well-kept secret
When in 2021 does the Sierra Madre come onto sale?
…but If you’re asking for a specific month, I’d say late September (International market) or mid October (Philippine market)