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Wassy4's Car Designs


#1

Until a campaign is introduced to UE4, I figured it would be better if I just made this a general topic encompassing all of my designs instead of just one of my fictional companies. I realized this is the only way to share all of my designs with you guys unless I make multiple threads for each company and clutter the forum. Also, sorry for the wait regarding the pictures. The photo editor is being a bit buggy for me and I haven’t had a lot of time to mess around with it. Will hopefully be able to share some pics this week.

Please enjoy my shitty pictures.


#2

Hmm, expanding from drugs, robbery, and extortion I see.


#3

Lol alright you got me! Tbh it made me laugh cause I just thought about selling cars for way over MSRP and robbing people of their money. I’ll probably change it back to the old name I had for my JDM-esque cars.


#4

1980 Yugen Funeco

Overview

What better way to start off the thread than with my ugliest and worst performing car? The Funeco was the first economy-oriented automobile Yugen created. Offered in one trim only, it was designed to be both fun and economical, but fell short in both categories due to the compromises that had to be made to satisfy both ends of the spectrum. It received negative reviews that called the car “lackluster” and “uninspiring”. Some auto journalists even went as far as to say it was “not worth the little money it is.”


Technical Specifications

Body, Chassis, & Suspension:

  • Configuration: Front-engined, front-wheel drive
  • Panel Material: Aluminum
  • Chassis Type: Monocoque
  • Chassis Material: Galvanized Steel
  • Front Suspension: MacPherson Strut
  • Rear Suspension: Torsion Beam

Powertrain:

  • Engine: 3A12-NA
  • Gearbox: 4-speed manual

Performance

  • Curb weight: 1,377lb
  • HP/TQ (lb/ft): 75/84
  • Top Speed: 96.5mph
  • 0-62mph: 10.0s
  • 1/4 mile: 17.7s
  • 62-0mph: 111ft
  • Lap Time (Automation Test Track): 2:47.28

Photos



#6

Your first two designs are a promising start. Keep up the good work!

Edit: Having seen your next two designs, I am sure that you have a knack for designing attractive cars - the 2000FR in particular, with its clean and uncluttered lines, reminds me of early 90s Japanese sports coupes such as the S13/S14 Silvia. And the Bravo GT looks quite nice too, with clear echoes of a Jag XJ or Aston DB9 from the mid-2000s.


#7

Thanks for the kind words

Edit: Just saw your edit. Really appreciate the compliments! I was actually a little worried people would think the cars look too simple. I had a lot of designs from the old version of the game that got deleted and I wish I had post them here.


#8

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#9

1987 Yugen 3000MR

Overview

The Yugen 3000MR followed the success of the 2000MR, becoming Yugen’s flagship model. The 3000MR was one of the best GT cars of the decade, providing amazing performance without sacrificing comfort. This was also the only car from Yugen to be powered by a V8.


Technical Specifications

Body, Chassis, & Suspension:

  • Configuration: Mid-engined, rear-wheel drive
  • Panel Material: Aluminum
  • Chassis Type: Monocoque
  • Chassis Material: Corrosion Rest. Steel
  • Front Suspension: Double Wishbone
  • Rear Suspension: Double Wishbone

Powertrain:

  • Engine: 8A30-NA
  • Gearbox: 5-speed manual

Performance

  • Curb weight: 2070lbs
  • HP: 295@6700rpm
  • Torque (lb/ft): 265@4900rpm
  • Redline: 7000rpm
  • Top Speed: 153mph
  • 0-62mph: 3.7s
  • 1/4 mile: 12.06s
  • 62-0mph: 93.4ft
  • Lap Time (Automation Test Track): 2:14.50

Photos


#10

2005 Bravo GT

Overview

The Bravo GT is exactly what Bravo thinks a luxury grand tourer should be: exceptional interior, polarizing exterior, ok performance.


Technical Specifications

Body, Chassis, & Suspension:

  • Configuration: Front-engined, rear-wheel drive
  • Panel Material: Aluminum
  • Chassis Type: Monocoque
  • Chassis Material: AHS Steel
  • Front Suspension: Double Wishbone
  • Rear Suspension: Double Wishbone

Powertrain:

  • Engine: B12
  • Gearbox: 6-speed sequential

Performance

  • Curb weight: 3,871lb
  • HP: 415@6100rpm
  • Torque (lb/ft): 410@3700rpm
  • Redline: 6200rpm
  • Top Speed: 177mph
  • 0-62mph: 5.4s
  • 1/4 mile: 13.6s
  • 62-0mph: 107ft
  • Lap Time (Automation Test Track): 2:21.06

Photos


#13

Hey there, Wassy4. Only just found your thread, but I’m honestly impressed with your work here. :sunglasses:


#14

Sorry for the late reply, but thanks man! Wasn’t expecting a lot of positive feedback considering most of my designs are pretty simple on UE4. Got another batch of cars coming very soon.


#15

From this point forward, performance figures like 1/4 mile and lap times will be eliminated for cars that aren’t geared towards performance.


#16

1974 Bravo Wanderer

Overview

The Bravo Wanderer was the first car in Bravo’s lineup to be offered at an affordable price-point and is considered their major break into the mainstream market. The Wanderer was met with praise for its blend of practicality, reliability, and drivability. Like most of Bravo’s other models at the time, it was only offered in one trim.


Technical Specifications

Body, Chassis, & Suspension:

  • Configuration: Front-engined, rear-wheel drive
  • Panel Material: Aluminum
  • Chassis Type: Monocoque
  • Chassis Material: Galvanized Steel
  • Front Suspension: Double Wishbone
  • Rear Suspension: Double Wishbone

Powertrain:

  • Engine: B6 Type 1
  • Gearbox: 5-speed manual

Performance

  • Curb weight: 2,373lbs
  • HP: 150@5400rpm
  • Torque (lb/ft): 175@2500rpm
  • Redline: 5500rpm
  • Top Speed: 117mph
  • 0-62mph: 8.35s
  • 62-0mph: 121ft
  • Economy: 16.6mpg

Photos


#17

1985 Bravo Nomad

Overview

The Bravo Nomad was an offroad beast straight from the factory. It checked all the boxes - huge offroad tires, lift kit, fog lights, and a torque-y V8.


Technical Specifications

Body, Chassis, & Suspension:

  • Configuration: Front-engined, four-wheel drive
  • Panel Material: Aluminum
  • Chassis Type: Ladder
  • Chassis Material: Corrosion Rest. Steel
  • Front Suspension: Double Wishbone
  • Rear Suspension: Solid Axle Coil

Powertrain:

  • Engine: B8 Type 1
  • Gearbox: 4-speed manual

Performance

  • Curb weight: 2,788lbs
  • HP: 170@5000rpm
  • Torque (lb/ft): 215@2800rpm
  • Redline: 5800rpm
  • Top Speed: 100mph
  • 0-62mph: 9.2s
  • 62-0mph: 134ft
  • Economy: 9.3mpg

Photos


#18

1990 Bravo Nightingale

Overview

Riding on the success of the Nomad, Bravo came out with the Nightingale. Based off the Nomad, but with an updated chassis, engine, and interior, the Nightingale was as capable off-road as it was on the way to the grocery store.


Technical Specifications

Body, Chassis, & Suspension:

  • Configuration: Front-engined, four-wheel drive
  • Panel Material: Aluminum
  • Chassis Type: Monocoque
  • Chassis Material: Corrosion Rest. Steel
  • Front Suspension: Double Wishbone
  • Rear Suspension: Solid Axle Coil

Powertrain:

  • Engine: B8 Type 2
  • Gearbox: 5-speed manual

Performance

  • Curb weight: 3,438lbs
  • HP: 180@5400rpm
  • Torque (lb/ft): 240@2300rpm
  • Redline: 5000rpm
  • Top Speed: 113mph
  • 0-62mph: 8.35s
  • 62-0mph: 121ft
  • Economy: 12.4mpg

Photos


#19

The Nightingale is a bit odd. For an early 90s car, its use of weight-saving aluminum panels is unusual; however, even though it uses a unibody construction, it has double-wishbone front suspension. On an SUV such as this, a strut front would be a better choice if you actually want to go off-road but can’t stand the excess weight of a separate chassis. Still, it looks quite nice from any angle. The biggest concern, however, is 180 bhp and 12.4 mpg. Even in 1990, this would have been seen as inadequate, but at least it’s more frugal than the Nomad. Nevertheless, given time, the engineering and design standards of your cars should improve, hopefully leading to a range of more desirable models.


#20

I’m aware I chose some weird or incorrect design choices. This vehicle was probably the first where I focused on design more than chassis and engine. I based the engine off of the Rover V8 and didn’t really focus on stats like MPG. I didn’t know what you said about chassis so thanks for that. I don’t really care for SUVs and trucks so the Nightingale and Nomad were pretty rushed creations.


#21

1995 Yugen SC-C

Overview

Noted for its abnormal design choices, this one-off concept was an attempt by Yugen to gauge interest in a cheap, compact sports car. Unfortunately, the SC-C (Sport Compact - Concept) was quickly overshadowed by more popular concepts and never gained the traction Yugen was looking for.


Technical Specifications

Body, Chassis, & Suspension:

  • Configuration: Front-engined, front-wheel drive
  • Panel Material: Corrosion Rest. Steel
  • Chassis Type: Monocoque
  • Chassis Material: Corrosion Rest. Steel
  • Front Suspension: MacPherson Strut
  • Rear Suspension: Torsion Beam

Powertrain:

  • Engine: 4X16-T
  • Gearbox: 4-speed manual

Performance

  • Curb weight: 2,081lbs
  • HP: 140@6500rpm
  • Torque (lb/ft): 135@4600rpm
  • Redline:8000rpm
  • Top Speed: 114mph
  • 0-62mph: 7.26s
  • 62-0mph: 114ft
  • Lap Time (Automation Test Track): 2:36.92

#22

1955 Bravo Mk.1 GT - 2000

Overview

The Mk.1 GT was the first 4-door luxury sedan Bravo ever produced. Offered in three trims - 2000, 3000, and 3000S - the GT was met with praise for its wide reach in the market. The only major complaint across all trims was the poor braking ability. The 2000 trim was the base model, featuring a 2.0L I4 and a cheaper interior than the other trims.


Technical Specifications

Body, Chassis, & Suspension:

  • Configuration: Front-engined, rear-wheel drive
  • Panel Material: Steel
  • Chassis Type: Ladder
  • Chassis Material: Steel
  • Front Suspension: Double Wishbone
  • Rear Suspension: Solid Axle Leaf

Powertrain:

  • Engine: Type 421
  • Gearbox: 3-speed manual

Performance

  • Curb weight: 2,030lbs
  • HP: 86@4700rpm
  • Torque (lb/ft): 112@2500rpm
  • Redline:5000rpm
  • Top Speed: 94mph
  • 0-62mph: 13.3s
  • 62-0mph: 138ft
  • Economy: 16mpg
  • Lap Time (Automation Test Track): 3:04.98

1955 Bravo Mk.1 GT - 3000

Overview

The 3000 level trim was the most popular trim, featuring a torque-y I6, 4-speed manual, and better interior. The 3000 could be differentiated from the 2000 by the way the exhaust exited. The 2000 had a single center-exit exhaust, while the 3000 had a dual rear-exit exhaust.


Technical Specifications

Body, Chassis, & Suspension:

  • Configuration: Front-engined, rear-wheel drive
  • Panel Material: Steel
  • Chassis Type: Ladder
  • Chassis Material: Steel
  • Front Suspension: Double Wishbone
  • Rear Suspension: Solid Axle Leaf

Powertrain:

  • Engine: Type 621
  • Gearbox: 4-speed manual

Performance

  • Curb weight: 2,326lbs
  • HP: 130@4400rpm
  • Torque (lb/ft): 180@1800rpm
  • Redline:5000rpm
  • Top Speed: 105mph
  • 0-62mph: 9.9s
  • 62-0mph: 154ft
  • Economy: 16mpg
  • Lap Time (Automation Test Track): 2:56.04

1955 Bravo Mk.1 GT - 3000S

Overview

The 3000S level trim was the most raw and exclusive trim. Staples of the 3000S included wider fenders, a functional hood scoop, fog lights, and turn signals replaced by exhaust tips.


Technical Specifications

Body, Chassis, & Suspension:

  • Configuration: Front-engined, rear-wheel drive
  • Panel Material: Steel
  • Chassis Type: Ladder
  • Chassis Material: Steel
  • Front Suspension: Double Wishbone
  • Rear Suspension: Solid Axle Leaf

Powertrain:

  • Engine: Type 621 (Mk.2)
  • Gearbox: 4-speed manual

Performance

  • Curb weight: 2,321lbs
  • HP: 155@4700rpm
  • Torque (lb/ft): 187@2900rpm
  • Redline:5000rpm
  • Top Speed: 111mph
  • 0-62mph: 9.0s
  • 62-0mph: 148ft
  • Economy: 15mpg
  • Lap Time (Automation Test Track): 2:50.18

#23

140 bhp in a small, light front-driver would have been quite a lot in 1995, but a five- or six-speed gearbox would have been more appropriate. Also, the SC-C would look better from the rear aspect with smaller exhaust pipes and no grille on the rear bumper.