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TheAgathaNakai's Automation UE4 Creations (Cellia Fidelia GRS "Calco Yozia", a special edition as a tribute to my new friends)


#13

Hello again, folks! It’s been a while… again.
The third car that will fill the slot on this thread, 2019 Cellia Miriel GT Prestige.

Cellia Miriel GT is a 2-door, 2+2 seater rand tourer made by Cellia Motor Corporation. Yes it’s another Cellia, and it’s kind of inspired from Bentley Continental GT (not the exterior design wise though) and some other previous similar creations of mine before I come here.

Quick Specs (Automation):

  • Engine: Cellia MR638 - 400TT, producing 406 HP @6400 rpm and 550 Nm of torque @3000 rpm
  • Drivetrain: All-Wheel-Drive
  • Transmission: Cellia 7-Speed Viscous LSD DCT
  • Suspension: Standard Springs - Adaptive Dampers - Semi Active Sway Bars
  • Tyres: 255F/275R Medium Compound Tyres
  • Interior: 2+2 Cellia Prestige Premium Seater - Cellia Prestige Infotainment
  • Driving Assists: ABS, TC, ESC
  • Weight: 1754 Kg
  • MSRP: Between 40k - 49k (with markup)

Quick Performance Figures (Automation):

  • Top Speed: 174 Mp/h
  • 0 to 60 in 4.2 seconds
  • Radius Cornering 20m: 1.07g
  • Radius Cornering 200m: 1.02g
  • Roll Angle: 5.5 degrees
  • Weight Distribution: 55F/45R
  • Automation Test Track: 2:16.82
  • Top Gear Test Track: 1:22.42

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#14

It’s definitely got 400 horsepower under its hood, but what engine configuration did you use to develop that figure?

Other suggestions:

  • The Miriel looks like it can accommodate a pair of full-sized seats in the back, instead of the current 2+2 arrangement.

  • Grand tourers are designed for comfortable long-distance cruising, and as such, progressive springs are preferable to standard items for such applications.

  • With 400 horsepower on tap, it would make sense to offer the option of true high-performance tires.

Even so, as it is, the Miriel is a solid entrant in the grand tourer segment, where style, comfort and speed are priorities.


#16

Thank you for the reply.

I use a DOHC 24v 3.8L Twin Turbo V6 engine. And all your suggestions are appreciated and has been noted. Thanks again, I appreciate it.


#17

I like real …and your design could be mass produced, I love that.
I would like to see this car in its original form renamed into the 2019 Cellia Miriel 2+2 Prestige.
Then, a second model based on this one but with two full seats in the rear and named this cars original name …the folks in marketing are drooling!

As far as how it drives, I like the handling on my keyboard control. It does twitch a little at the upper end but that is to be expected I think. I can image cruising the town to impress behind the wheel of this car in real life.


#18

Cellia Miriel GT Prestige Review


Today i got to test drive the new Miriel GT Prestige. Its a nice looking car with 400 horses and pretty quick too!. It got Some nice thin headlights and a modern look.

Performance


Pretty big car if you ask me. Its AWD with a V6. 400+ Horses going to all the four wheels pushing and pulling this beast to 60 in 4.2 Seconds… Puts me back in the seat when launced

Tires and Brakes


Up front the Miriel got Some big and wide tires and brakes, 255 In the front and 275 in the rear. Thats bigger than some super cars if u ask me. Grips the ground well, since the rear is so wide this result in more under steer when trying to go fast, or spin out proof. Brakes are huge as well. 14 inches in the front that are ventilated disks so is the rear which is 13 inches big.

Looks


The new Miriel GT looks Stunning. Nice color as well as a modern look. In the rear here, you got some little exhaust and a lip. Can the air come out or is the exhaust fake??. If your driving behind one of these. youll say “dang them tires are wide, what car is that?”

Testing


Here is where the downside of the Mirel GT is. Its more understeery at highspeeds and more over sterry at low speeds. I almost hit a square doing this. Dont go too fast because the car is really quick. Braking wise, its pretty good, Front Dives alot though. If you brake and dodge something, try your best of trying not and spin out, Likes to slide while braking and turning.

Driving


This is a really comfortable car in my opinion. Brake feel is nice, Smooth DCT Transmission as well is a sport mode. Interior is nice with premium feel as well is nice seats. This is a 2+2 seater. Should be enough room in the back, look how long it is! You get good gas mileage as well With its V6. 28MPG for this! thats awesome!

Steering And Suspension


As i said earlier, its a nice driving car, brakes are nice so is riding over bumps. But while braking, nose dive in too much. Dont step on the gas pedal too much cause this is quick. V6 sounds nice too, quiet while riding. Noise insulation is good too. You will get a lot of attention driving this

Visibility


Nice big windows and mirrors. I dont lmow if it has a rear camera, or sensors if you are about to hit something. Pull up at home with this and ur kids will be saying “nice car can we ride in it?”

Track Use


As i said earlier, more understeery at high speeds and oversterry at low. i dont think this is made for track because of how the suspension is, more of a cruiser. Brakes are strong though so is the engine. Car is a bargain at 30k (or is it not that price?)

Nice car @TheAgathaNakai


#19

Hello again, everyone! Just finished my mid-term test and I think it’s time to upload my latest creation. This time, it’s not another latest Cellia that I’ve planned to upload, but this…

Does it have a name? Yep. It’s RWD Koneko, a 3-Door city car made by RWD (Reiko Walker Designs). The design itself based on a famous Japanese robot cat, Doraemon. The original idea of this car is to be an electric city budget car with a cute look inspired from the mentioned robot cat. But since you can’t build an electric car, I’ll use a small and economic engine.

Does it have a specs? Well, it’s a concept so I won’t give much details about this thing. But here’s a quick and short one: Turbocharged Inline-3, Advanced Automatic, and front wheel drive.


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#20

love it


#21

It certainly resembles a kitten (with a lowercase k) to be honest - and a cute one at that.


#22

hence the name, Koneko, which is a Japanese for kitten


#23

Thanks a lot! I appreciate it


#24

Hello again, everyone! The 5th car I’d like to release is a super car. Let me introduce you…

2016 Margaret Agatha S

Margaret Agatha S is an entry-level super car made by Margaret Automobile, which is an English-German car brand based on BMW and McLaren, with a bit from Volvo. The car itself is heavily inspired from McLaren MP4-12C, 570S, and one of the best super cars ever made in automobile history, McLaren F1. They’re my favorites from McLaren and that’s why I made this car, and this car also marks my first super car to be able for everyone to drive (I mean to enjoy it in BeamNG anyway). So here’s the details of quick specs and performance:

Quick Specs:

  • Engine: Margaret MAREV8F - 600TT, producing 600 HP @8000 rpm and 590 Nm of torque @6700 rpm
  • Layout: Mid-Engined, Rear-Wheel-Drive
  • Transmission: REV 7-Speed Electric LSD Dual Clutch Transmission
  • Suspension: Standard Springs - Semi Active Dampers - Active Sway Bars
  • Tyres: 245F/305R Sports Compound Tyres
  • Interior: 2-Seater Margaret REV Sport Seater - Margaret REV Prestige Infotainment
  • Driving Assists: ABS, TC, ESC
  • Weight: 1365 Kg
  • MSRP: Between 150k - 170k (with markup)

Quick Performance Figures (Automation):

  • Top Speed: 208 Mp/h
  • 0 to 60 in 3.0 seconds
  • 50 to 75 in 1.4 seconds
  • 1/4 mile: 10.62 s
  • 1 Km: 19.02 s
  • Braking Performance 62m - 0m: 30.7m
  • Radius Cornering 20m: 1.23g
  • Radius Cornering 200m: 1.24g
  • Roll Angle: 3.2 degrees
  • Weight Distribution: 39F/61R
  • Automation Test Track: 2:01.02
  • Top Gear Test Track: 1:12.93

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#25

If it looks like a supercar, feels like a supercar and drives like a supercar, then it is most certainly a supercar. And that’s definitely true of the Agatha - but it definitely has some growth potential.


#26

RWD Koneko
I have spent the last forty minutes driving this car on roads and in the woods and I enjoyed it!
It has great handling but what I really liked about it …automatic transmission and great brakes
You have the power to weight ratio in a sweet spot …good job!.


#27

I’m glad you like it. Thanks a lot for the short review! I appreciate it


#28

A mix of Silvia and GT86. Reveal at 29.01.2019 21:00 WIB (GMT+7 (Jakarta)).


#29

Hello again, everyone!

It’s been 3 months I haven’t posted anything except the teaser I just posted, and I think it’s time for me to share one of my latest creation in Automation. But first of all, I want to say happy extremely belated new year 2019! I hope our dreams come true this year. My plan for the game this year? I want to release 12 new cars this year. And now, let me introduce you my first car in 2019, Cellia Novia GRS!

Cellia Novia GRS is a 2-Door 2+2 sports coupe made by Cellia Motor Corporation. The design is heavily inspired from Toyota GT86 and Nissan Silvia, with the styling straight from Cellia with the angel wings head/taillights design.

Quick Specs:

  • Engine: 2.0L Cellia NRB20 turbocharged boxer-4 engine, producing 260 HP @7200 RPM and 270 Nm of torque @5700 RPM
  • Layout: Front-Engined, Rear-Wheel-Drive
  • Transmission: Cellia Sport 6-Speed Viscous LSD Manual Transmission
  • Suspension: Standard Springs - Gas Mono Dampers - Semi Active Sway Bars
  • Tyres: 215F/235R Medium Compound Tyres
  • Interior: 2+2 Cellia Sport standard seats - Cellia Sport standard infotainment
  • Driving Assists: Electric Power Steering - ABS, TC, ESC
  • Weight: 1294 Kg
  • MSRP: Between 23k - 29k (with markup)

Quick Performance Figures (Automation):

  • Top Speed: 155 Mp/h
  • 0 to 60: 5.5 seconds
  • 50 to 75: 3.4 seconds
  • Cornering Radius 20m: 1.08g
  • Cornering Radius 200m: 1.09g
  • Roll Angle: 4.7 degrees
  • Weight Distribution: 52F/48R
  • Automation Test Track: 2:20.88
  • Top Gear Test Track: 1:25.10

I’ll upload the .car files 24 hours post reveal on BeamNG and Automation Forum. Let me know what you guys think, and have a nice day!


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#30

Was this made in the latest open beta build?


#31

yep


#32

Happy Valentines day for those who celebrate! For the 2nd car in 2019 and the 7th model on this thread, I will release my first classic sports car. If you take a look at my 2nd car on this thread, you’ll see a Porsche 911 inspired sports car named Serena S6, and now I will release her classic form, the higher trim one to be exact. So here it is, 1981 Serena S6 GTS!

And by the way, let me remind you that I rarely build cars way before 2010’s, and this is the first classic car I ever build on the UE4 so I might get few things not right periodically, without blabbering too much here’s the quick specs and the performance figures:

Quick Specs:

  • Model and Trim Name: Serena S6 GTS
  • Trim Year: 1981
  • Layout: Rear-Engined, Rear Wheel Drive
  • Engine: Serena 3.0L Boxer-6, producing 280 HP @6000 RPM and 370 Nm of torque @4000 RPM
  • Transmission: Serena 5-Speed Geared LSD
  • Suspension: Standard Springs - Gas Mono Dampers - Passive Sway Bars
  • Tyres: 195F/245R Medium Compound Tyres
  • Interior: 2+2 Serena sports seats - Serenaudio standard 8 track
  • Driving Assists: None
  • Weight: 1106 Kg
  • MSRP: Between 28k - 38k (in 1981, with mark up)

Quick Performance Figures (Automation):

  • Top Speed: 153 Mp/h
  • 0 to 60: 4.5 seconds
  • 50 to 75: 2.7 seconds
  • Braking 62 to 0: 33,4 meter
  • Cornering Radius 20m: 1.11g
  • Cornering Radius 200m: 1.12g
  • Roll Angle: 4.5 degrees
  • Weight Distribution: 36F/64R
  • Automation Test Track: 2:16.40
  • Top Gear Test Track: 1:21.98

As usual, I’ll upload the .car files 24 hours after this post. A feedback is always appreciated, since this is my first classic car to be built on UE4. Have a nice day!


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#33

The Nova GRS would be a great competitor to the Hx2!