Royal we, a.k.a me.
Luckily it is 2005 and not 2024 so none of the inspirations are too intricately designed (comparatively anyway)
Does a coupe made to look like a convertible count as the latter?
Is this an absolute maximum octane rating, or are we required to use 100 RON exclusively?
As things stand, most engines will struggle to be compatible with WES 11 if fitted with long tubular headers (which are themselves incompatible with a pre-cat setup) on the exhaust, unless using direct injection and with a sizable amount of positive quality points assigned to the exhaust tab.
No it does not count
No advantage to using different fuel so I recommend you use the full 100 available.
Ha I already have something for this. Gotta get it re-tuned but other wise ready.
are interiors required?
You will gain a few extra points for having an interior, doesn’t have to be great, just has to be there.
I’d advise against. This is a QFC.
With what I’ve listed, a seat, dashboard and steering wheel should take no more than 5mins, with aesthetic being a top priority also, a few points (with totals around 100 for everything together) shouldn’t make much difference at all. Just the difference between a good design and a great design.
In 2000, concepts began of the craziest car the world had ever seen. The Capital Motors 7000i was made to break records, specifically, those set by the McLaren F1 of the '90s. Going on sale in 2005, the 7000i very briefly held the title of the world’s fastest and most powerful production car, until these honours were taken away later that year by the infamous Bugatti Veyron. Boasting a 750-horsepower, naturally aspirated 7.0 litre (6,969cc for those interested) V8 engine, a top speed in excess of 400 kph (250mph), and a 0-100 kph time of 3.2 seconds, the Capital Motors 7000i was truly a beast of a car. Even up to 2024, the car still holds multiple world records. Due to its unique powertrain and unbroken world records, 7000is still command an astonishing value, having appreciated massively since 2020.
I’m going to say yes it does need a windscreen, it doesn’t have to be full size though.
I mean, sure, but then what you’re saying is “I will give you bonus points for slamming a dashboard into the car”. It’s your challenge, but if you were to ask me it’s a weird take.
Also, petition to let us adhere to WES 9 or something. We’re building hypercars here, ones that were properly skirting or paying their way around regulations already - and yeah, if you build a vanilla DOHC engine you can get WES 11 no problem, but that’s boring.
Changed to WES 9
Agreed, WES9 is Dalluha for 05 so I’ll go with it.
how big does it need to be? big enough to just cover the drivers head?
Downgrading the minimum emissions standard to WES 9 is indeed justified, considering that a pre-cat and regular 3-way catalytic converter are required for WES 11 compatibility, which is not entirely necessary (or desirable) for low-volume hypercars such as the ones we’re building for this QFC.
does wheelbase matter to you?
the car im building has like a normal 2.6 m wheelbase but i might shorten it and it isnt gonna change the stats but it will change it visually
2004 Avian Aves.
Avian, Known for their dated and odd design choices cane out with an extremely rare 1/25 Super Car known as the Aves. The reason only 25 were made was because Avian went Bankrupt in 2004, and Had to make this limited car for only one generation. The car makes 656 Horsepower with a Naturally Aspirated v12.