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#24

I do agree about the exhaust pipes. The original design had normal exhaust pipes and no grille but I wanted to go for something kind of wacky. I also agree on the power but it’s just a one-off concept car so it’s not like it would’ve been driven. More of a show for things to come.


#25

As for the Bravo Mk.1, it looks period-accurate, but it could be improved by using a monocoque chassis and a strut front/semi-trailing arm rear - I’m assuming that this combination is actually possible in 1955. Nevertheless, it’s a more convincing classic car than I thought it would be.


#26

Strut wasn’t available :confused:

I also thought that monocoque wasn’t widely used until the 60s, so give me a history lesson if I’m wrong


#27

It turns out that the strut front/semi trailing arm rear I was talking about is only possible if a monocoque chassis is being used when constructing a front-engined car, and indeed such a configuration is possible in 1955. Double wishbones are mandatory with a ladder chassis, though. Also, for the sake of environmental resistance, the Bravo would have been better off with a galvanized steel chassis.


#28

1965 Iris Clover

Overview

Bravo Motors launched its first subsidiary, Iris Performance Cars Inc. in 1963. Iris was a way for Bravo to stray from its famously heavy luxury cars and make lightweight, performance-oriented cars. The Clover was the first of many Iris models and a testament to the philosophy of “lightness over power”.


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: “Clover” V8 (2.7L)
  • Gearbox: 4-speed manual

Performance

  • Curb weight: 2,200lbs
  • HP: 195@7300rpm
  • Torque (lb/ft): 150@5700rpm
  • Redline:8000rpm
  • Top Speed: 133mph
  • 0-62mph: 7.26s
  • 62-0mph: 114ft
  • Lap Time (Automation Test Track): 2:33.66

#29

1975 Yugen 2000FR Base

Overview

The first generation of the 2000FR, this car was Yugen’s first affordable sports car. The base trim packed the brand new 4A8-NA motor which had 135hp and 125tq from the factory.


Technical Specifications

Body, Chassis, & Suspension:

  • Configuration: Front-engined, rear-wheel drive
  • Panel Material: Steel
  • Chassis Type: Monocoque
  • Chassis Material: Galvanized Steel
  • Front Suspension: MacPherson Strut
  • Rear Suspension: Semi-trailing Arm

Powertrain:

  • Engine: 4A8-NA
  • Gearbox: 4-speed manual

Performance

  • Curb weight: 2,152lbs
  • HP: 135@6200rpm
  • Torque (lb/ft): 125@4300rpm
  • Redline:7000rpm
  • Top Speed: 118mph
  • 0-62mph: 7.86s
  • 62-0mph: 110ft
  • Lap Time (Automation Test Track): 2:38.37

1975 Yugen 2000FR Sport

Overview

The top-of-the-line sport trim featured the 4A16-NA engine, a sport suspension, and an upgraded interior.


Technical Specifications

Body, Chassis, & Suspension:

  • Configuration: Front-engined, rear-wheel drive
  • Panel Material: Steel
  • Chassis Type: Monocoque
  • Chassis Material: Galvanized Steel
  • Front Suspension: MacPherson Strut
  • Rear Suspension: Semi-trailing Arm

Powertrain:

  • Engine: 4A16-NA
  • Gearbox: 5-speed manual

Performance

  • Curb weight: 2,189lbs
  • HP: 190@6600
  • Torque (lb/ft): 160@5600rpm
  • Redline:7000rpm
  • Top Speed: 128mph
  • 0-62mph: 6.78s
  • 62-0mph: 107ft
  • Lap Time (Automation Test Track): 2:31.73

#30

So far this is the best use I’ve seen of the new bodies in the updated UE4 version. I hope it gets better from here…


#31

Thanks man!


#32

2002 Iris Clover 520

Overview

Iris resurrected the Clover name in 2002 with the release of the Clover 520. The 520 was a spectacular performer but was one of the more controversial cars of the period because of its unconventional design choices (primarily the rear fascia).


Technical Specifications

Body, Chassis, & Suspension:

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

Powertrain:

  • Engine: “Clover” 5.0L V10
  • Gearbox: 6-speed DCT

Performance

  • Curb weight: 3,040lbs
  • HP: 520@7600rpm
  • Torque (lb/ft): 400@4800rpm
  • Redline: 8000rpm
  • Top Speed: 203mph
  • 0-62mph: 3.2s
  • 1/4 mile: 10.98s
  • 62-0mph: 94ft
  • 20m Cornering Gs: 1.11g
  • 200m Cornering Gs: 1.04g
  • Lap Time (Automation Test Track): 2:07.54

#33

2002 Iris Clover 520X

Overview

The track-focused variant of the Clover 520, the 520X comes standard with AWD, upgraded suspension, more aggressive aero, and lightweight forged internals. Out of all of my designs, it is the fastest car around the Automation Test Track with a time of 2:02.68


Technical Specifications

Body, Chassis, & Suspension:

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

Powertrain:

  • Engine: “Clover” 5.0L V10 (X Variant)
  • Gearbox: 6-speed DCT

Performance

  • Curb weight: 2,851lbs
  • HP: 670@8200rpm
  • Torque (lb/ft): 460@6800rpm
  • Redline: 8800rpm
  • Top Speed: 210mph
  • 0-62mph: 2.6s
  • 1/4 mile: 10.15s
  • 62-0mph: 94ft
  • 20m Cornering Gs: 1.21g
  • 200m Cornering Gs: 1.22g
  • Lap Time (Automation Test Track): 2:02.68

#34

The rear confuses me. There’s so much unused space there, and you’ve put exhausts on the sides (which is hugely impractical in an MR car), which means you got pretty much nothing to fill that space with.


#35

For the most part the Clover line looks nice, but I would prefer moving the exhaust pipes to the rear fascia and add a few small vents there, just so that it doesn’t look too bland.


#36

I had a clipping issue with the exhaust which is why I put it on the side. I’ll see if I can edit it post-update to make it more practical.


#37

2010 Yugen SC-4 Sport (Re-imagined)

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Overview

One of the first designs I made on the UE4 game version, the SC-4 had a simple design but I always felt something was off. I decided to go ahead and rebuild the car from the ground up and this is the result (comparison photos included). Sport trim shown first.


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: Multi-Link

Powertrain:

  • Engine: 4C16-NA
  • Gearbox: 5-speed manual

Performance

  • Curb weight: 2,380lbs
  • HP: 140@6300rpm
  • Torque (lb/ft): 140@3200rpm
  • Redline:7000rpm
  • Top Speed: 123mph
  • 0-62mph: 7.0s
  • 1/4 mile: 15.31s
  • 62-0mph: 87.9ft
  • 20m Cornering Gs: 1.18g
  • 200m Cornering Gs: 1.12g
  • Lap Time (Automation Test Track): 2:29.46

2010 Yugen SC-4 Cup (re-imagined)

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OLD

Overview

The top-of-the-line cup trim featured the turbo variant of the 4C16 engine, adaptive suspension w/ active sway bars, and adjustable aero. Whereas the sport trim was street first, track second, the cup trim was track first, street second. Aside from all of the aero bits around the car, the cup can also be differentiated from the sport by the clear headlights.


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: Multi-Link

Powertrain:

  • Engine: 4C16-T
  • Gearbox: 6-speed manual

Performance

  • Curb weight: 2,331lbs
  • HP: 215@6500
  • Torque (lb/ft): 205@3700rpm
  • Redline:7000rpm
  • Top Speed: 139mph
  • 0-62mph: 5.1s
  • 1/4 mile: 13.62s
  • 62-0mph: 87ft
  • 20m Cornering Gs: 1.23g
  • 200m Cornering Gs: 1.21g
  • Lap Time (Automation Test Track): 2:19.12

#39

1960 Yugen S25

Overview

A classic still to this day, the S25 was the ultimate mid-range GT car. It had the looks, comfort, power, and handling. There was just one caveat - it had terrible gas mileage.


Technical Specifications

Body, Chassis, & Suspension:

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

Powertrain:

  • Engine Type: Naturally aspirated inline-6
  • Displacement: 2500cc (83mm x 77mm)
  • Head and Valves: 4 valves-cer-cylinder SOHC
  • Block Material: Cast-iron
  • Head Material: Aluminum
  • Internals: Cast-iron crank, conrods, and pistons
  • Compression: 9.0:1
  • Cam Profile: 68
  • Gearbox: 4-speed manual

Performance

  • Curb weight: 2,035lbs
  • HP: 150@5800rpm
  • Torque (lb/ft): 145@4700rpm
  • Redline: 6500rpm
  • Top Speed: 111mph
  • 0-62mph: 8.35s
  • 1/4 mile: 16.39s
  • 62-0mph: 113.1ft
  • 20m Cornering Gs: 0.85g
  • 200m Cornering Gs: 0.82g
  • Fuel Economy: 10.5mpg
  • Lap Time (Automation Test Track): 2:43.78

#41

It looks the part, and should drive the part, judging by the performance figures. But is it rear- or all-wheel drive? And will it ever be offered in other body styles besides the four-door sedan that you’ve already shown us? It’s a pity you chose black and white as the only two exterior colors for the examples shown here. I bet other, more imaginative (and hopefully brighter) shades are available as options for the whole range.


#42

RWD only. Was trying to use other trims but I was encountering major issues with the fixtures properly transferring so it wasnt’t worth the hassle. As for the color, I could try and put up different pictures of a brighter color.


#43

2018 Spearhead S8 Tier 2

Haven’t really been feeling too creative recently so I haven’t been playing much Automation, but this is a little project I came up with. This is the range-topping model (so far :P) of the S8 muscle car, originally introduced in 2015. Unfortunately, some of the mods I use don’t seem to want to show properly in photo mode so I had to resort to screenshots. Not going to format this like my other posts since the info is already included in the screenshot. Yes, I know the car gets abysmal gas mileage but it’s a track car, MPG is not the priority… I will post the rest of the lineup soon enough, just waiting to see if the photo mode issue will be fixed. Anyways, enjoy!