This is justified considering that many of the company’s most memorable designs were V12-powered.
Yea, you can do others but v12 was the main engines used by the company
Their backstory reminds me of De Tomaso’s - both of them were active for decades before becoming dormant, until they were unexpectedly resurrected decades later.
Good lad KSI,
What does your branding/badge look like?
Or what font would you use?
for now just use this, i have a badge but its kinda complex to make
ok so for the outside make it steel and the inside just leave it as is.
make sure its aligned to the surface and if you want you could also place it in 3d
Since we don’t know when devs will drop the update and there’s the possibility that more than somebody might already have started working on something, what will you do in case of cars made before the new LCV and other cars made after? I honestly don’t know if car files will suffer from compatibility problems…
im not really doing anything for engineering so nothing should get in the way of the only visual challenge
are interiors gonna be judged heavily? and i assume the cars need to be dated to 2024 (body & trim year 2020), yea?
i mean you should add some kinda interior but no, im mainly judging the outside and for the interior, only the fact that its there.
should we stay on stable or switch to open beta?
Tbh i dont really know much of the game has changed but I’ll probably switch over after im done with agc so you could change to open beta
one more thing, is there any preference along the sliding scale of “base” level Huracán to ultra rare/premium flagship Laferrari to concept territory Egoista? or is it all just fair game throughout?
edit: asking not only for proper styling ideas but if we’re required to include legal devices like proper indicators, license plates, etc.
not really, i just wanna good design. you can do both the hurrican and the egiosta and both have an equal chance of winning
no, im giving you freedom with not having to worry about where to put plates or indicators but really indicators are integrated into the headlights anyways so you could add them if you want
Part GMA T.33 (engine, gearbox), part Daytona SP3 (exterior, especially the rear), the Patrimonio honors Varchetta’s traditions while also pointing to a lighter, purer future. Bravo!
By the way, I have a hunch that the base body is either from one of the '09 Mako sets, or the '17 Emira-esque mod that was added recently.