CMC (Canis Motor Company)

As a company our goal is to produce a wide variety of vehicles that are performance oriented yet economical and affordable.

In an effort to reduce production costs, all our vehicles use one of two engines. A 2.0 16v Inline 4, and a 4.6 32v crossplane V8. While fundamentally the same, both engines have various levels of performance or economy that they have been tuned to. The buyer can choose between our well-rounded base models, performance-oriented models or economy-oriented models based on preference.

Available engines can be seen here:

First up on our model list is our popular entry-level hatchback, the Retriever.**

Featuring our transversely mounted 2.0 I4 mated to a 5/6 speed manual, the Retriever is a great around-town car getting anywhere from 30-43 MPG, based on choice of trim level.

Specs are as follows:
Base model:
-5 speed manual
-0-60 in 8.8 seconds
-estimated 35 MPG
-.80g @ 44.4 MPH

HF model:
-5 speed manual
-0-60 in 10 seconds
-estimated 43 MPG
-.79g @ 44.1 MPH

SR model:
-6 speed manual
-0-60 in 7.4 seconds
-estimated 30 MPG
-.94g @ 48 MPH

**Next is our retro-styled muscle wagon, the Jackal. **

The Jackal only has one available model, with our 4.6 V8 powering the rear wheels via a 6 speed manual transmission.

-0-60 in 6.2 seconds
-Top speed 170 MPH
-1.0g @ 50 MPH
-estimated 27 MPG
For the fuel conscious, we have the small and nimble Fox.**

Like the Retriever, it is available in 3 trims, all using our transverse mounted 2.0.

-5 speed manual
-0-60 in 8 seconds
-estimated 42 MPG
-.80g @ 44.3 MPH

-5 speed manual
-0-60 in 8.8 seconds
-estimated 53 MPG
-.72g @ 42.1 MPH

-6 speed manual
-0-60 in 6.8 seconds
-estimated 34 MPG
-.96g @ 48.7 MPH

**We have a couple options for people in the market for more family oriented vehicles. First is the Bulldog. **

The Bulldog powers sends power to all 4 wheels using our famous 4.6 and a 6 speed transmission. It will get you respectable gas mileage while seating 7 and hitting 60 MPH in just 6 seconds.

-Top speed 165 MPH
-.71g @ 41.6 MPH
-33 MPG

Our other option for families is the aggressively styled Shepherd.

Our base model is powered by our regular 2.0 making 177 HP at the front wheels through a 5 speed manual, however the real fun lies in our turbocharged 2.0 built especially for this car. This beast puts out 300 HP to all wheels through a 6 speed transmission. It also features wider sport compound tires and 17" wheels over the standard 15".

Specs are as follows:
Base model:
-0-60 in 8.8 seconds
-estimated 34 MPG
-.80g @ 44.3 MPH

-0-60 in 5.3 seconds
-estimated 24 MPG
-.90g @ 46.9 MPH

**Last but not least are our two purpose-built sports cars. **

Our entry-level model is the Greyhound.

The base model features the performance version of our 2.0, putting out a respectable 212 HP to the rear wheels through a 6 speed transmission and weighing in at 2300 pounds. The car is also available in the GT trim level, featuring our performance 4.6 putting out almost 450 HP.

Specs for each:

Base model:
-0-60 in 6.7 seconds
-estimated 33 MPG
-1.0g @ 50 MPH

-0-60 in 5.6 seconds
-estimated 25 MPG
-1.03g @ 50 MPH
And of course, our company’s famous limited production halo car, the Direwolf. Featuring a carbon fiber frame and body panels, and our most powerful engine ever, a purpose-built 5.4 flatplane V8 producing 570 HP. The car also features a 7 speed manual standard with an optional 8 speed DCT. **

0-60 in a mere 4.8 seconds
1.05g @ 51 MPH
Top speed of 200 MPH.

Thanks for reading! Hopefully this didn’t gradually become less and less intelligible as it went on because I spent WAY too long typing it and it’s currently 4:30 AM here.

EDIT: I decided the Greyhound was really bland looking for a sports car, so I spruced it up a bit. New grill, new taillights, and some brake vents.

Are you a fan of GTA 5 by any chance? :slight_smile:

I really like Jackal. Good job on that mate :slight_smile:

The Retriever looks real nice!