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Vehicle Body suggestions


#81

Bit of an oddball suggestion, but I wouldn’t mind a body for something like a Toyota Prius or Honda Insight. Some twisted part of me wants to put a turbo inline 4 in something highly aerodynamic and send it screaming around the test track.


#82

how about a smaller truck body, i don’t mean suzuki samurai small but like about ford ranger to toyota tacoma small


#83

Mornin everybody, one of my suggestions would be a 1980s style medium sized SUV à la Range Rover or Landcruiser, with a three door SWB body and five door LWB body.
I don’t know if anybody is working on one currently, but if someone has no current project I designed a vehicle that fits this description and could potentially be used as an inspiration.



Perhaps one could also make a 90s-ified version with painted bumpers and smoother lines.


#84

I would like to see some dodge truck bodies such as club cab * extended cabs* and crew cab 4 door trucks I mean such as the 1963 w200 both sweptline and stepside. Maybe the 94-01 rams too… just being hopeful.






#85

60’s Mid-Engined. Think of a Lamborghini Miura or a Ferrari Dino 246



#86

I feel that model variety for modern times (2010-2020) is severely lacking.
For example, Lamborghini style models, something akin to modern muscle cars like the new Mustang and Dodge Charger, Ferrari style models, modern truck models, modern van/minivan models, something like an F1 racer, etc. Kind of bland only having the choice of a few sedans and a Corvette-esque model.


#87

pickups and SUV’s made in the last 2 decades or so (not completely boxy) of the compact and full size verity.
So something like:
Ford ranger, F150 (90’s compact and 1 ton truck)
Nissan frontier (modern compact)
Also multiple cab and bed combinations per chassis size: long bed single cab, ‘standard’ bed extended cab, short bed crew cab.


#88

50/60/70s sports car / supercar body styles, resembling models such as Porsche 356, Jaguar E-Type, Ferrari Daytona, Lamborghini Miura.

60/70/80s sports saloon body styles, resembling body styles such as Alfa Giulia/Alfetta, BMW 2002/ E30.


#89

2010’s micro cars perhaps? e.g Smart ForTwo, ForFour, Toyota IQ


#90

We nee 3cyl engines for that.


#91

Ok, enough plain cars. We need some more special ones as well. Iconic cars, and not just sports cars :wink:

I know there are lovers and plenty of haters with this one, but what about the AMC Pacer? Would someone be interested in making a wide subcompact car like the Pacer?


#92

There’s always room for sub-compacts in my book. We have too many sports cars as it is, we need some subcompacts, compacts, sedans, and at least a couple SUV’s.

As for the Pacer, I fall in the camp that kinda likes it, but I like the Gremlin a little more.


#93

[quote=“Madrias”]There’s always room for sub-compacts in my book. We have too many sports cars as it is, we need some subcompacts, compacts, sedans, and at least a couple SUV’s.

As for the Pacer, I fall in the camp that kinda likes it, but I like the Gremlin a little more.[/quote]

The AMC Gremlin is also nice to have. It is a bit more boxy than the Pacer though and more conventional. However, it is still a pretty interesting design, especially coming from a USA manufacturer.


#94

It would probably be possible to have a model that does both reasonably well with morphing.

Something similar to those would definitively be interesting, and I will put that on my todo list when I am done fixing my old stuff and adding more mainstream American stuff.


#95

I think that we need some more small crossovers/suv’s for the 2010’s because we are really lacking them and they are needed to be successful in the modern age.

Also a 90’s/00’s large suv will be quite useful as well due to the 30 year gap between the two vanilla bodies.


#96

Also agreed. We need some trucks and SUV’s in the more modern age.

Could also do with some modern aerodynamic designs for compact hatchback and sedan, and maybe a coupe. The default in game one doesn’t have enough morphs to make something properly interesting with it.


#97

Ok, so how about the Audi TT as a modern aerodynamic hatchback/coupe? Again a sporty car, but very pretty and unique IMO.

And here is a Shooting brake concept car from Audi as well.

The Volvo C-30 (2007), as a compact car (hatchback)

For a SUV, 1997–2001 Jeep Cherokee Sport 4-door, you can probably make a pickup-truck version as well.

You can likely also make a 2-door version of this one (Jeep Cherokee Sport 2-door):


#98

Those would do! The couple cars from Audi are nice too, and I learned a new variation of car. Never heard the term “shooting brake” before. Actually kinda cool.


#99

What about the old Toyota T100? Not a compact, not a midsize, but a truck small enough to be driveable pretty much everywhere and useful for most tasks.

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Also, crew cab pickups.

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#100

The Toyota T100, would do. I think if used for inspiration you can make SUVs and Pickup trucks from the same model as different variants. That would also broaden their usability (along with 2 and 4 doors).

The crew car pickup, I find IRL awful, but if they are created a 4 door pickup might still be a nice additional variant for a new pickup/SUV model.