Hello, folks! It’s me TheAgathaNakai.
By the time I write this, I turned 21 years old. Yeah, it’s my birthday (or sometimes I’d call it Reiko Walker’s (International) Independence Day) and at the same time today marks the first year anniversary of my presence in this forum. This post is intended for some nostalgia thing, a flash back.
Anyway, I’d like to share some of my creations in this game back from the first time I get my hands on Automation in 2015, until last year using Kee engine. First of all, I’d like to say thanks to all of you who inspires, criticizes and suggests for me to do better and better. I appreciated them all, and I’d say your creations inspires me, your criticism and suggestions helps me a lot.
Here’s some of them:
The year I get my hands of this game, instantly falling in love with the game after the first try. The year I started to understand things about cars a bit further from where I were.
This is my first car ever created in Automation, a super car with 700 HP. I might like it by it’s look, but for a 2015 Model? (yeah it’s a 2015 Model) It’s more likely from early to mid 2000’s if you ask me. Well I didn’t know much about car design and engineering back then.
This is my other car, it’s Margaret Abigail/AG Sedan Sport Revo. A combination between Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution and some other cars. It’s got 3.2 Turbocharged Inline-6 producing 400 HP. The lap times on the Test Track? It was faster than a Murcielago. A 2017 model which is more likely something coming out from 2000’s? I’d say yes to that.
The Toyota Supra inspired car I made. 455 HP, 0 to 60 in 5.7 seconds (not necessary for a car with such power if you ask me, it should be way quicker with such power, but well, I used to suck at engineering back in the day).
A VW Golf/AE86 inspired car. Yes, I did some before year 2000 cars too back then.
This is my first sports classic car I ever made, it’s Margaret Martin i6. Back then, I used to go crazy with all the quality slider (up to 15++). Let’s just say, this car takes forever to engineer and produce, or maybe never even made it to the production.
Hudson Hornet Concept I made in Automation Kee. I kinda like it, but I didn’t know much about mods and stuff back then.
Another one from Margaret, one of my first hatchbacks/sub compacts ever built, and yes it’s 2017 Model with 2000’s styling.
I’ll upload more as soon as I have time.