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TV & Movie Car Challenge Round 11 (TMCC11): For the Spirited Driver in All of Us [Submissions open] [Extension]


Uhh I forgot to send out this warning,
I will not be able to remind you if your car does not meet the csr realism rule. Such a rule would be better enforced through judging.
The only exception is the interior design rule.


1988 LCE LE5 V8 S

Just another personal luxury coupe? Think again - it’s actually our flagship world-beating 4-door, 5-seat sports sedan, powered by a 300-horsepower 5.7-liter V8, mated to a 5-speed manual transmission driving the rear wheels via a limited-slip differential. With 4-wheel independent suspension, 16-inch alloy wheels shod in high-performance tires, and 4-wheel vented disc brakes, we definitely haven’t neglected cornering and braking either. And you’ll find a true premium interior inside, complete with a Becker cassette tape player, plus a driver’s airbag for improved safety. Best of all, you can get one for just $34,500.

Interior inspirations

Interior inspirations: 1985-95 Mercedes-Benz W124 E-Class (front) and 1988-94 Jaguar XJ (rear)



A grey Import of an 1988 Ecamobile Ace GT. Being only one trim below the “21” trim this features a 5L V12, Luxury Interior and other Autobahn tech.

Ecamobile is a 1980 establishes german company firstly only making Forced Induction products but branching out into car making after buying up engine research and car company Pfeil Performance, who still design the engines for Ecamobile. The Ace is the first car by to company, coming with a I6, I6 Turbo, GT V12 or V12 TT “21 Blackjack” trim


Autodelta proudly presents their new flagship car. AMP up your life with the 1988 Autodelta Orcinus 3400 V6 AMP. Get your own copy of our press release down below!

As the brochure got a tad bit large, and as the forum doesn’t support PDF files, I added two possibilities to view the brochure: with the pages as pics here on the forum and as a flipbook for the full brochure experience. Check them out below.

Autodelta Press release per page

Link to Flipbook version of the brochure



Holyshit dude… applause


oh fuck I realized I forgot to post application updates. Should do so tonight?


Do you lowkey actually work as an ad designer for a company? Lol, anyone without automobile knowledge would think this is an actual ad brochure for a real car at first glance!


@V4guy and @nialloftara Thanks for compliments. I got a bit carried away with it, but loved making it. I partly got carried away because of some frustration I had with part of the models body morphing back to the base morph every time I opened them after closing the game.

I’m currently unemployed (but looking for a job) and studying, so no. And my experience with designing stuff is rather limited too. I used paint, MS Word, MS Excel and a website (Canva) for this, and the only previous experience I had with that website before was designing my resumé. I do have some experience with writing stuff like short stories/social media posts/road-books/etc. for the real life car clubs I’m in. Along with having written some research papers and project-related products for my study.

My biggest example for this one was the pile of car brochures I’ve gathered throughout the years. I love the lore those have, just like old car magazines and books. I used some pictures, the general structure and some of the ideas from those brochures. And I used the 1990 AMG Mitsubishi Debonair brochure as an example for the front page and background designs of my brochure.

The only thing I regret is not having a rickroll somewhere in it, like one of the lore posts another person (i’m not going to say who) posted in this challenge :joy::ok_hand:


When this was released in 1985, no one considered it to be a performer. Being based on an outdated RWD platform while most of the competition had moved to more efficient front wheel drive designs and having a 1,8L four cylinder as top of the lineup, it wasn´t either competitive as a commuter or as a sports sedan.
After 3 years of lackluster sales, they used a minor facelift to re-release the car with a new top-of-the-line version, the COPA. Equipped with a 2.5 liter turbo engine capable of reaching 254 hp, it was now able to compete with the elite of the premium cars while offering a much lower price.


So after some attempts at auditing, there are a few entries with morph issues…
Apparently I missed one of them, only being made aware of such an issue after the creator messaged me about it.
I’m trying to think of a way to fix this while I get screwed over by midterms.


I just got done with a round of those when I made my entry. Best of luck to you with yours!

I know my entry had a couple small issues but I did the best I could with some stuff like the trim and bumper lip. Got them to cooperate as best as I could.


Uhh so apparently Vena’s power got cut (it was intentionally scheduled by California Edison (probably for maintenance, fire risk, etc…)), and will be until the 19th.
This is going to throw a huge wrench in the current plans, as we were going to do a big audit push before I have midterms leading up to the due date.


The new due date will be:

Sunday, November 1, 2020

+1 week