I’ll say this to clarify if anybody was curious. It’s a simulation of what an electric car would be, obviously, we don’t have the capacity to make real electric cars in automation, so I did my best job to replicate one. Strictly speaking it is a 5.4L Iron block V8, however that was simply to replicate the extra weight of the batteries which are used by electric cars. It could have been whatever engine I so chose, as there is practically 0 left of the stock engine besides the weight of it. I then modified the torque value to give it peak torque from 0RPM, and rev all the way to 20,000RPM with torque tapering off around the 6,000 mark. The transmission is a 1 speed auto with a 5.00 ratio forward and backward. I also decreased the friction value and increased the inertia value, to replicate what an electric motor feels like to rev. Oh, and I deleted the sound file for the engine obviously.
Just want to add that the low centre of gravity isn’t simulated in Beam either - this is how a real electric car behaves:
I know, but how do you make it sound electric. Do you just remove the sound entirely?
They weren’t going sideways during the collision. They were a bit slanted when they hit the barrier.
Also, if you could try and refrain from double posting that would be very appreciated. It’s a forum rule, you can put two responses in one post, and go back to edit the same post if need be.
Okay thank you for the information, and sorry for double posting.
Your remake of the Radiant has made it a more competitive offering overall. Enough said.
The new Mystic has renewed my faith in traditional mid-sized sedans for this year and beyond. OK, so it’s actually a fastback, but it has more appeal than ever before to customers seeking a regular passenger car of this size for their needs.