My childhood basically consisted of just playing UG2 for hours on end, and watching F&F 1 and 2 on repeat on VHS, and this challenge was very much to my liking
CAR REAL BIG
HOUSE REAL BIG
**** REAL BIG
EVERYTHIN’ REAL BIG
Well done to Xepy for winning this round - he deserved it! Especially since he took the winning entry from CSR 125 and made it win yet another contest. By the way, is that Kuma AN FWD, RWD or AWD? I’m guessing it’s the former.
Thanks for the challenge, was fun revisiting the past!
(Also it’s a FWD car)
I’ll have something up soon.
Since i’m probably not going to participate due to my big dumb, I’m just going to drop this:
For the Electric, A good name could be Gufo (Or Gufetto), Which is Owl (and lil’ owl) In Italian, Referencing the fact that Owls can fly very Silently.
For SUVs, can we use 5 door instead?
Does it have to have 4 doors, or can we… draw on extra ones. if I were to make something like the Koenigsegg Gemera. ('d split it into two doors rather than one long one)
Can you clarify that it’s SUV or Electric? or SUV and Electric?
You can draw on extra doors as long as the body has 2 rows. I’m only judging design, not mechanicals. I’ll clarify that on the post.
To put it in a way I think that could be understood easily, I want either an Urus or a Mission-E/ Taycan. You can combine if you want, just state what you are making somewhere.
Yeah you can use 5 door for SUV.
2019 Lagopus XS Concept by GMD
" an eco-friendly generic Electric SUV with a tinge of Tristella Brand styling, made purely for raking money, not to impress petrol-heads "
planned to be available in the usual colours of Black, Silver, Silver, and Black
the car gallery, sorry forgot the side badging on the pics
color : Midnight Black
color : Oyster Shell Grey
the Tristella Brand is well known for its triangle Badeing and Lighting Elements and Pillar Deletion on all its cars, to make this car designed to belong to the Tristella brand, the Fascia itself was designed with using triangle as a base then we develop it from there with addition and substraction to make the base shape of the light and grille design, then, to make the front more complete we give some triangular accent on the fog lights and main head light design which is also derived from triangle shape base. then on the rear we gave it a more sporty design with triangular inspired taillights combined with the usage of car’s line to help to make and develop the taillights, also the LEDs on the front and the rear also use triangle as the base LEDs design, which from the front you can see it from the DRLs and at the rear it can be seen from the turning signal lights which very much still has tinge of triangle in it and at the brake lights which was originally based from triangle then we rework the shape to become F shaped to give the rear lights a better flow between left and right, as for the pillar delete, we did it as natural as possible on the A-Pillar, to give it a sense of belonging to the Tristella Brand
the car is named after a buzzard bird, since its reminding me of buzzard attack heli from GTA:Online, not that wow strikingly good looking but get the job done just fine
A car for the future.
An owl, Silently flying by.
Nobody hears it coming. Nobody hears it Go.
Only you know where it may be heading.
(Car presented on Racing Green)
NOTE: There’s an exhaust tip that slipped past me, I used it so the exhaust wouldn’t peek by the Diffuser, but i forgot to remove it. Please ignore it.
Can we make electric SUVs?
Also, are Electric sedans a sound choice?
Yes and Yes
Unless by sound you mean volume, then no, electric sedans aren’t loud usually.
This means an i3/ID3/Model 3, would be way off the mark?
Lamborghini i3… No, that doesn’t exactly sound right, lol
Yeah that’s way below the price range for the brand. A bit late but just so everyone knows the cheapest model in Tristella’s lineup at this time is about 80-90k in Automation bucks.
I’ll keep my pleb hatchback out of it then
Got a sedan more or less finished, but it’s also a bit…small, technically. I’ll see about submitting tomorrow.