I’m assuming this refers to the combined sum of total costs for both engine and trim.
Indeed, I’ll clarify that with a screenshot
Gonna troll alot In this one, because its from australia
Submission close in 2023???
You’ll still be asked "2 way? 3 way? high flow? "
How many people are going to be in the car at most times?
Also is it only the two named peope driving? And I take it they are sharing the driving to school split evenly?
There’s been a slight change to accommodate for situations where they might have to carry more than 2 people. But mostly it’s just the two of them.
Yeah basically the usage is split between them for uni and work commute and some other things.
I just started making test mules and discovered that a 320-bhp car (as my first mule is) would need to weigh at least 1760kg to qualify. Then again, it’s got four doors and five seats… Some of the cars listed as inspiration don’t have either of these features, though, and that’s true of my second test mule - a 240bhp two-seater weighing 1320kg. It, too, barely squeaks in under the 182bhp/ton cutoff; in fact, both mules have an identical power-to-weight ratio of 181.818 bhp/ton (on regular unleaded!), but the second mule costs $19k - $6k less than my first test build, which, unlike my second mule, has a full premium interior and infotainment system to compensate.
Now imagine the pain me and comet are going through trying to find cars IRL that:
- We like
- are in budget
- are legal
- are in good condition
Some of the cars listed as inspiration don’t have either of these features, though.
Yeah on another note, that’s the other thing. If it balances everything out, then you’re good.
One of my shortlist cars rn to buy is an E39 540i, pretty heavy car for how much power it has but that’s still a powerful enough car at the end for me that’s also very nice on the inside.
Why no negative quality? It already has rapidly diminishing returns and stat penalties associated. I can think of some appropriate cars with negative quality, cough cough civic quarter panels cough cough
One reason being hosting simplifications for both of us, and also simplifying the building process for the designers. We had a whole lot of ideas planned out but decided it gets out of the scope of QFC very quickly.
That is one of the reasons. The other reason being… well, at that budget and techpool range we simply don’t expect negative quality parts.
How detailed are you expecting the interior to be, I’m quite bad at interiors…hence the question
None. Interiors are never required in QFC since the time frame is so small. You can do a very basic one if you want so it looks good on photos but either way it’s totally fine.
Can you give us some clarity on the body trim and engine variant year, the latest body available in the game is 2011.
You can use any body you like just set the “model” on the chassis screen to 2009-2014 and the “trim” year needs to be 2014
What Martin said. Lock your body year filter to 2014 on the upper limit, choose any body between those years, then make sure the engine variant years and trim years are set to 2014 and no less.
Very polarising design for a sedan, while being comfortable and drivable and can be sporty enough when pedal is dumped.
Oh I didn’t realise that was actually the rule? It just reads like you have to set the in game model year to 2009 or newer.
So it’s specifically “body in the game must say 2009 or newer”?