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Vehicle Body suggestions


The van version already exists in kee, so just wait for that one to get added. Pickup variants (single and double cab) would be nice though.


Moar pickups in general. Of all sizes and generations. They’re so few and far between, you have to use an inappropriate 40’s/50’s body all the way into the 70’s, then once there, there’s almost no variation until the mid 80’s, and again almost no variation once you get to the '00’s.

And I know this has been said before, but actual Kei bodies. :stuck_out_tongue: Even the Mini is a bit on the girthy side.


I agree with you fully. The 50s truck body feels out of place after the mid-60s. Also, the mid-80s truck body seems dated by the turn of the millennium.


The game doesn’t really have any offroader style bodies (Lamborghini LM002, Hummer H-Series, etc.) so I figured I’d display some examples.

This is because I feel this game needs offroaders.


2010s compact pickup

1980s/90s compact pickup (this one’s based on a hatchback!)

And a few more 90s homologation bodies (think jaguar xjr-15 or Nissan r390)


You want a compact pickup?
That’s the way to go.


2.7, 2.9, 3.0M Wheelbase versions of the 2009 BMW sedan hatch (excluding 2.9 and 3.0), wagon, fastback, coupe and convertible, would be really nice, as it’s pretty much the most used modern body, and it would be great to have more sizes of it. The 3.0 could be a SWB version of the 3.1M wheelbase and/or the 2.9M wheelbase version as the LWB version of the 2.8 Wheelbase body. Examples of what they could be used as; the 2.7 could be used as a 3 Series, C Class, A4, etc. (Compact Executive Car), the 2.9 could be used as an E Class, A6, 6 Series, A7, etc. (executive car), the 3.0 could be used as the normal wheelbase versions S Class, A8, 7 Series, etc. (Fullsize/Fullsize Luxury) as the 3.1 is too big for normal fullsize cars like the Avalon, Malibu, Continetal, Charger.



A more sleek looking GT version for the 2.8, 2.9 and 3.0 I suggested, and 3.1 09 Coupe and convertible would be really useful for something like a SL Class, 8 Series, Lexus RC, Lexus LC, continental gt, 6 Series Coupe, etc. (GT Cars, Supercars) as they all have different rooflines from normal coupes like the A5, Mustang, Civic, Q60


Taller versions the of 2.6 wagon and hatch for small crossovers, GLA, Q2, X1, Tiguan Kona, HRV, CHR CX3, would be really useful, taller versions of the 2.8 wagon and hatch for SUVs and medium crossovers, X5, 2020 GLE, CX5, CRV, RAV4 would also be great, but not as useful as the 2.6. Taller version of 2.6 sedan for GLC Coupe, Macan, and X4, taller version of 2.8 sedan/fastback for Levante, X6, and GLE Coupe would both be cool for “Sport Activity Coupes” (4 door SUVs). Taller versions for some of the other stuff I suggested also would be nice, like taller 2.7 hatches, sedans, fastbacks and wagons, 2.9,3.0 wagons and fastbacks, as other SUVs and Sport Activity Coupes


Some 4 Door coupes and 4 door shooting brakes would be really nice, so like a CLS class, 6 Series, A7 style body. Shooting Brake for 2.5 and 2.8M Wheelbase edgy sports car body would also be really cool.



We need more 40’s and 50’s American-styled cars, if I’m going to be perfectly honest.


We have 1 1950s American sedan in the game, so yeah I agree with you on that.


Some late 1930s cars 'aught to be considered since in the dev update video, the history graph starts at 1936, so I figured it should be logical to have 1930s cars…specifically, late 1930s cars.


You can only build from 1946 onward in the game (it’s post-WWII), so there isn’t really a point to 30s cars unless they were built well into the 1940s or 1950s. There are some late 40s cars similar to those you’ve posted that should be in the game, though.


It could be modded in as a “1940s” car as a kind of work-around to that in my opinion… It was worth a shot, though…

I believe the earliest year present for a body style in sandbox mode is 1940.


What the game (UE4) lacks is a small pickup / suv body (3-3.5 meters in total length) for the budget off-road market, like nowadays the Suzuki Jimmy and the Jeep Willys from the 1940’s. The Kee engine had only one type of body like that in the 1980-1985.

Edit: Suzuki has a car series named Jimny, not Jimmy.