Welcome to my thread. This is the place where the records and history of cars from various companies can be found. Ranging from a cheap shitbox to 3k hp monster, you will find all of them here.
As of right now, there are up to 16 brands I have created so far, including electric vehicle company (albeit this will never be used due to game limitations). Each brands will represent various types of cars found in real life, some more realistic than others.
Here are the following brands:
Essential Motors - Essentially an American budget-friendly vehicle company that essentially sells a decent quality, essential cars. Essentially a fictional equivalent of Skoda, Toyota, Honda.
Ceramo - A German niche car company known for making small, yet durable cars. Fictional equivalent of Smart and rivals, Japanese Kei cars.
Harper - A French fashion car company promoting highly customizable vehicles, allowing a wide variety of visual personalization. Fictional equivalent of MINI, Fiat, DS.
Budghetta - An Italian car company that makes a series of questionable designs in the name of cutting cost above all else. Mainly a source of meme cars.
Rolk’s Wager - An American community-driven company known for giving enthusiasts parts and kits needed to make their own DIY cars. Planned DIY-based cars may include but not limited to, Baja Bug, Sandrail, Fiberglass Buggy, VW Thing, Mazda Miata, RX3, Honda S2000, Civic, Toyota 86, Subaru BRZ, Mazda Miata, Alpine A110 and Suzuki Jimny.
William’s Co. or “Willy” - An American niche company responsible for reviving box-shaped cars. Tends to make somewhat-budget cars that has a rectangular body style.
Sledgehammer - A Swedish automotive company specialized in producing heavy-duty vehicles. Types of vehicles produced are SUVs, CUV, trucks, vans and various commercial vehicles. Fictional equivalent of Ford, Chevy, Dodge and Volvo.
Echo Hour - A Japanese sports car company focusing on performance cars with decent power but excellent handling. A combination of retro-style muscle cars and compact JDM imports.
Pulsar - A German performance car company making sports car of various types and power. Fictional equivalent of well known German companies such as BMW.
Chronos - An American niche car company that appeals for customers looking for retro-style muscle cars, either custom designs or reproductions of discontinued vehicles. Producer for fictional equivalents of Fond Mustang, Chevy Camaro, Dodge Challenger, and others of similar types.
Thunder- An American car company known for leading the electric vehicle market. Fictional equivalent of Tesla.
Crystillar - A British ultra-luxury brand that makes high-end vehicles with a price tag hitting 6 digits. Fictional equivalent of Rolls Royce.
Aeromancer - A British super-performance company that focus on making a lightweight super car. Fictional equivalent of Lotus.
Fanatic Automotives - An American ultra-performance company making exotic supercars and possibly street legal Formula 1 cars and other race cars. Fictional equivalent of McLauren, Ferrari, Aston Martin, etc.
Krovstal - A Russian car company that makes a series of very powerful cars in forms of trucks and vans. May take inspiration from real-life military vehicles.
Rosimania - An italian company that is infamous for making producing extremely powerful, but also dangerous cars. Tends to be “illegal” cars that never made it into the production.
Linked - Has its own portfolio.
Bold - Cars have been made in Automation.
Normal - No cars have been made in Automation yet.
crossed - Cars may never be made in Automation due to its limitation, unless mods or future updates change that. The appearance and profiles can still be shown, but the stats will either be purposefully vague, or inaccurate.