Automation Rebadge Challenge
A solution arises, They will partner with another manufacturer to create another vehicle based upon the Marquette. To save costs, it will be built in the same plant and feature minimal sheet metal changes.
The Challenge, Build a unique SUV based on the Huron Marquette while working within the confines of the changeable bodywork.
You can only work within the areas shown in red.
Modification outside of the red zones will result in disqualification (except for badging)
Due to the Huron’s extremely flat nose not being compatible with some potential designs, The front full morph is allowed to be extended by no more than 0.65. Key 2 is also editable.
example of limit
this found when you hit this eye button
Use a unique brand/ styling.
don’t directly copy the Huron vehicle or use the Huron brand.
Paint anything you want.
example, if you don’t want black flares then paint them (not remove them though)
The engine provided must be retained.
tuning to match your brand is allowed.
This counts as moving sliders or adding boost. Things like turbo size and manifold type’s should remain the same.
Interior must remain similar.
top of the dashboard is allowed to be modified to fit your brand’s design (the area marked in red is removable/modifiable). Feel free to add more details, change stitching and add your company logo to the steering wheel (shape must remain)
allowed- top speed/spacing, differentials, wheel size/tires, suspension.
All other tuning is to be left alone.
AWD is optional
Change the size, change the shape, doesn’t really matter (rims on the base car are a placeholder)
The most important part
Automation_ReBadge_Challenge_-_Vehicle__1.car (157.1 KB)
This is the .car file of the base vehicle that the challenge is built upon.
Submissions will close on June 3rd Countdown to Jun 3, 2023 in UTC
Naming format- Model & Family name: ARBC - [Your Username Here], Trim & Variant is free.
Submissions are to be sent on the forum via DM’s.
No submission open date just submit whenever you want
I will be judging just the designs. Points will be awarded to those who make the most of the space provided and the less it looks like the Marquette the better.
Open to discussion on rules/ideas within the first week