1967 LACAM Malissol 210 Berlinette & Targa
This new lightweight sports car uses the V8 engine of the Excellence II. With only 1 200 kg, the performance is much better!
V850 Obiou - 5.0 - 1959
V8 OHC 2V
Capacity : 4 988 cc
Bore x stroke : 90 x 98 mm
Power : 208 hp @ 4700 RPM
Torque : 373 Nm @ 3000 RPM
RPM limit : 5100 RPM
Compression ratio : 8,1:1
Fuel system : two barrel triple carburetor
Fuel type : regular leaded - 92 RON
2 doors, 2 seats
Wheelbase / length / width : 2,47m / 4,29m / 1,84m
Chassis galvanised steel space frame / aluminium panels
Drivetrain : mid longitudinal RWD
Gearbox : 4-speed manual
Suspension : double wishbone F & R
Weight : 1 208 kg
Top speed : 221 km/h
0-100 km/h : 6,07 s
80-120 km/h : 4,09 s
1/4 mil : 14,59 s
1 km : 26,70 s
100-0 braking distance : 37,1 m
Fuel economy : 16,4 L/100km
Nürburgring time : 9’10’'28
January 1965, the designers are working on Ornon next generation. They present 4 prototypes to potential customers.
You are theses customers. Aswer to the survey and may be your choice will guide the designers.
- Proposal 1
- Proposal 2
- Proposal 3
- Proposal 4
1962 LACAM Excellence II 210 coupe & cabriolet
I like the subtle differences between the U.S. version and the international version.
A very accurate difference between how boring us Americans can be and how fun and exciting Europeans etc. can be.
Four-valve dual overhead-cam heads were somewhat rare in 1982, let alone when combined with multi-point electronic fuel injection, and as such the Ornon’s engine would have been one of the most advanced ones anyone could have bought at the time outside of a few rare and expensive exotic cars. The fact that it looks better after its facelift is icing on the cake.
I can only say that I love this brand and I can’t realize why I haven’t discovered it before.
The Furka is one of your better-looking designs - naming it after a Swiss mountain pass certainly helps. And I get why many of the available engines are fitted with single-point EFI - multi-point EFI was more expensive, and therefore less common in 1985 than it would be just a decade later. However, a corrosion-resistant steel chassis seems like overkill (cost-wise) in any lower-end car made before 1994, when treated steel panels first become available - a galvanized steel chassis, with its lower cost, would have sufficed for such vehicles.
Edit: @Knugcab you were referring to corrosion-resistant steel panels. That item was removed in the most recent update due to being too similar to treated steel panels stat-wise. However, corrosion-resistant steel chassis are still present in the game.
Is CR even a thing anymore after the latest updates?