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Vehicle Body suggestions


#313

We could always use more 40’s and 50’s American cars. And, if someone was feeling a little bit wild, a 50’s limousine would be absolute gold.


#314

Really need some more Audi/BMW-inspired executive sedan bodies.


#315

Actually, we already have quite a few of those, either as vanilla bodies or as workshop mods, but scaling them up to a Ghost-sized version hasn’t been done before, as has already been pointed out.


#316

We need more modern crossover bodies. I really don’t like the Cayenne bodysell at all, I think there are much better examples.


#317

I think we could use some more “european” styled bodys, primarily in the 60s/70s and the diferent wheelbases. Like the BMW “new class” and the Ford 17m to 26m, Taunus/Granada, the Opel Kadett or VW 1600…


#318

we need Honda Accord bodies, Honda Pilot bodies and finally a Honda Ridgeline body. Not to mention a new Honda NSX body.


#319


The Citroen BX


And the Chevy Corvair


#320

A mid-60s land barge would be nice, like this '65 Ford Galaxie here:
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Also some sort of early-to-mid 70s body (that’s not as blocky as the one in-game) like this '74 Caprice:


Y’know, with some hood contouring and slight fins.


#321

Citroen saxo body would be nice!

and also why not XM body


#322

Close to the Opel/Vauxhall Corsa that Saxo.

A bit more wheel base, and it could also morph into several Opel/Vauxhall Astras.
Early -90’s to mid/late -10’s


#323

Some Lada Niva body?

Niva


#324

I believe there is a lack of modern Euro E segment bodies, such as the BMW 5 Series, Audi A6, Mercedes E Class, Volvo S90, etc. These cars are larger than normal midsize cars, such as an example, the Mercedes E class has a length of 4.9 metres, and a wheelbase of 2.9 metres, while not being very tall. Another few examples would be an Audi A6, with a wheelbase and length of near equal of the E Class, the Acura RLX, with a wheelbase of 2.85 metres and a length of 5 metres, and the Lexus GS with a length of 4.9 metres, and a wheelbase equal to that of the RLX. A single body (with multiple variants such as wagon, coupe, fastback, sedan, convertible) could likely fit all of the needs of an E Segment car, and more. Maybe this could work as a longer version of the 2.8m BMW body?

Reference Pics:
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#325

I feel like modern 00’s/10’s concept/retro moden & stylish sweptail bodies would be amazing to have. As a lack of more futuristic bodies is prevalent to myself at least. Varieties of 2-door, 4-door, coupe and convertible even glass roof could even be made.

Rolls Royce Sweptail

Maybach Vision 6 Concept

Bentley Luxury Concept

Audi A9 Concept

Cadillac Ciel


Holden Efijy


Kalin Zhelev’s concept
https://kzh1012.carbonmade.com/projects/6539543


#326

Hi I have some suggestions for bodies for cars
my first being a 2014 peugeot 308


And the GTI version



Suzuki Swift


Ford Fiesta ST


Ford Focus ST




#327

Boxy 10s pickup / Large Pickup / SUV / Large SUV


expe

Angular-ish 10s SUV / Pickup

pilot

Angular 10s Sedan (of course it’s an Accord)

accord


#328

We could do with some proper euro small hatch bodies, Citereon Saxo/Peugeot 106, Vauxhall/Opel Corsa, Fiat Punto, Renault Clio Etc.


#329

We need this guys, c’mon


#330

good day
a body style like the ford la Tosca would be awesome,
https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwi5iNfxusbhAhUlmuAKHX6cBTMQjRx6BAgBEAU&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.carstyling.ru%2Fen%2Fcar%2F1955_ford_la_tosca%2F&psig=AOvVaw1jKNMTb4f6kXvNzbB0b5FP&ust=1555017728184121


#331

changing the bumper on the boxy 03 SUVs would actually make it a very good body for a boxy American SUV. As it is now taillamps can’t really be placed very low without distortion.


#332

More pickup bodies to fill in the wheelbases that are not yet represented! Something along the lines of 3.2 m, 3,8 m, 4 m and 4,5 m would be nice to have.