Verdana Venture Ink Inc

Ooo!, it seems Verdana Venture Ink Inc has made the II serious modernization track version for one of the challenges in autosports. This specially produced exclusive version differs from the first one in that it’s sharpened for track drifting. (Or for the cool illegal Japanese boys who are ready to tune their cars for the sake of speed, drag and drifting).

The basis of the philosophy of this configuration is high-class drifting for experienced masters. And in this car everything is made according to Feng-Shui, but without extremes, all according to classics. We all know that 90 - degree drifting is not the limit for Japanese, they easily produce cars, capable of drifting all 360 and 720 degrees, going synchronously and beautifully, one after another. But in this complectation - VVII Power Mano Stry Modernization II - there is a usual rear drive, without a huge amount of tracking electronics. The powertrain here is quite balanced, but its power won’t amaze anyone. And without specifying details you’ll never know how good this car is. Now then, its weight makes 1,312 kg. I agree, for a car wishing to compete with KEI class of highly-compact bodyworks, which have appeared under protection of severe Japanese realities, it is quite a lot, and even in some extent a failure. However, to make it lighter, and at the same time cheaper, has not succeeded. Accordingly, drifting will not become matching beautiful shaped trajectories, and the brakes will be constantly overheated. However, as a first start for a car enthusiast it is a good groundwork that can be tuned in different branches of development. It is not so expensive, but will require financial help from parents - $28,000 $AMU (or 47,400 Automation Money).

Unlike the first modification, the second received a higher, urban clearance, and a softer, cheaper suspension (Oooh, barely got any comfort points).

Lightness, speed, sharpness, maneuverability, cheapness and playfulness - our factory sought to follow this philosophy.

Our engineers are simultaneously high-class mechanics, drivers and pilots - no wonder that on the enthusiasm of this rumbling mixture it turned out to create this masterpiece, which combines perfectly adjusted tolerances in all nodes, connections and details to maximally reduce to zero all losses of power.

There it is, the light! The Power Mano Stry II Modernization II as it turns out, is not very simple. It includes airbags and a reinforced composite frame carcass designed to protect the driver in case of a hypothetical rollover. In it the driver has a good feel for all the nervousness of steering and speed, when moving. In particular, you will not want to keep speed over 140 km/h - you will lose confidence that the risk is justified. Nevertheless, it is capable to sustain the maximum speed of 208 km/h.

And nevertheless, this car is for an experienced driver. Its name quite good reflects the recommendation that it car should be bought you at least as a second car. Many drivers forget that in case they lose control, i.e. skid, they become helpless and passive vegetables - but do not realize it until they personally experience it. The rest of the existing plants also ignore this important problem. But the essence does not change from this - having got into a skid, the driver does not have time to turn the steering wheel fast enough and it turns out to fly out of the trajectory. It is clear that it is practically impossible to make a full wheel turn. And having watched a lot of video games, confident drivers will bravely sat behind the wheel.

Modernization II, firstly, contains a high ratio of the steering column, so the range of rotation of the whole steering wheel is a total of 360 degrees, and secondly, it uses the Know-How - varying electric power steering turns on a kind of parabola, or something similar to linearity in computer games - at the bottoms it is sensitive and weak, at highs - you can reach full amplitude without excessive steering rotation. This is somewhat unusual, and therefore, will require some habit and skill on the part of the driver. All this leads to making your car nervous and unbeatable, like on a needle, and becoming an absolute track toy in any discipline - but not in the computer, not as an RC model, but in real life! Woo! No one has ever produced anything like this before!!!

I will describe some important parameters:

Acceleration to 62 mph – 5.11 seconds.

Max Speed – 209 kmph /130 mph

Weight – 1312kgs/ 2894 lbs

Tires – 215/50 R15 and 215/50 R16 (8.46/50 R15 |8.46/50 R16 (22.6/24.4 inch) Medium Compound

Engine: V6 90 degrees DOHC 4.24 litres/259 ci

Redline: 6200 rpms.

Power: 334 hp @ 6200

Torque: flat 408 nm at 5400/ 300 lb-ft

Fuel Economy: 14.3 litres/ 16.45 mpg

Inspiration: Atmospheric pressure with multipoint injection

Our Factory has a special respect for the category of convertibles, because they give a sense of absolute freedom, independence, lightness, and enjoyment, which, combined with beautiful and cool chrome elements, creates a sense of aesthetic pleasure.

No wonder I like many convertibles from the 40s, 50s, 60s years - because at that time cars were still carrying some kind of their own spirit, which is difficult to interpret unambiguously. By the way, in the process of evolution it was completely lost and absolutely absent in examples of designs of modern cars. Power - yes, beauty - yes, performance - yes, exclusivity - no. When one would like something shouty and unusual. And it is not wonder, in fact everyone is afraid to create something flamboyant and isolated in the conditions of rigid competition. By the way, the problem of appearance was already a problem in the 50’s - just remember the example of a great configuration car brand Edsel - but people turned away from it just because of appearance this car and too flamboyant uncommon. Nevertheless, the direct loss whatever belonged to a firm Ford, which decided to fully distance from it. I have a 1:43 scale toy model of the Citation, and I realize how much I like it. The more you look at it, the more you marvel at the beauty of the proportions. Nevertheless, I would change some elements a bit. For example, I would make a more angular front grille, a more angular decal in the tail, and slightly more bulkier taillights.

In general, the more beautiful, refined and atmospheric a car is, the more buzz you get in the process of travels.

That is, the desire to close yourself off from everyone by narrow slits of glass and tinted, choosing a tank car – is an alien direction for me.

You can order a car on our website:

It looks horrid inside and out - the interior is far too blocky for the era and body choice. And why is its top speed so low when its acceleration figures are so fast? It may be due to a speed limiter that’s set too low, and with such a high displacement/bank angle combination for a V6, I hope you’re running balance shafts to stop the engine from self-destructing, even with a low redline of 6200 rpm. And 16.45 mpg is not a very impressive figure by any standard.

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Yes I agree in some ways it is rather compromising. I decided to make the transmission limited by gears as I realised that high speeds were detrimental to it. It’s already got a powerful big-volume engine, so there was no point in putting a V8 in it. Maybe we should have raised the revs to 8,000, but we couldn’t make the design indestructible.

You were wondering about his scary look: well, it turned out such as because I was trying to create volumetric lights, which you certainly never do.
The wheel arches in the form of noodles I used because I wanted to hide the huge slots in the places where the wheels are attached. And the interior was created purely for the sake of decoration or for ticking boxes.

hey man… don’t want to sound rude but your car is a try-hard mix of thing that don’t work well together as well as some very questionable design choices. You’re not gonna get a lot of positive attention with these kinds of designs. If you want, I can give you some design advice to make your cars look better and believe me, my first cars were hideous. I speak from experience.

The GT1 LVAP VVII concept is almost finished. This auto does not have a trade name yet, and is known under the code name Derrel Gravvex.
The insane power of the chassis combined with the highly streamlined Porsche-like body allows you to create a crazy performance configuration. Its engine is so furious that the sports tires start to heat up from the very start. By testing several examples built at Beam, it was possible to create the pure embodiment of the dream of the perfect track car. Properly matched calibrated tires allows you literately and maximal effictively to use all efficiency factor this spatial-tubular chassis and boxer 6-cylinder powerplant.

The main direction of this car is – the track, where it becomes an invincible competitor for many Porsche models, which confidently hold leading positions on many international tracks. As you might have already guessed, here stands a more productive aggregate, that produces all 1330 hp on the bench, which allows us to label this model in overall as a GT1 class. Dry weight together with a fully filled 90-liter or ~ 20 gallons fuel tank is constitute 1530 kgs/3374 lbs and the acceleration to 100 is 2.3 seconds.
It currently costs $1,070,000, with qulity Sliders under +15, but since Verdana Venture plans to release it to the mass market, its price will drop to at least $400,000, and also it will go to the Sarta track to set a distance record. Oh, BTW, I forgot to say that if you are going to participate in my competition, you can only send 1 variant of the model, but preferably both.
This variant later will get the normal appeal appearance and downforce, after which it will finally be ready.
For now it is not available for ordering and acquaintance.

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We decided to release another convertible named Glohow Graymeh.
This road racer was created with a spirit of total freedom for high-speed highway rides with music. For this would be quite useful helmet.

Engine V8 4467 cc 273 ci DOHC 32 with VVL and VVC
Redline: 8000
Engine Stress: nope
Power: 645 hp @ 8000
Torque: 712 nm @ 5100 or 525 lb-ft
Detonation at 88.5 Ron, Fuel 91 Ron
Weight 1898 kgs or 4185 lbs
Gearbox: Auto Advanced 8
Max speed: 350 kmph or 218 mph
Acceleration: 4.2 sec

The controls in Beam: Murmurless and Obedient, in overall, it car is quite good for its purpose.

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Why not use the rest of the octane? 88.5/91 is a lot of wasted potential.


Probably got carried away with realism. Do you think an engine that uses 95 is sometimes filled with 98?

You can run an engine tuned for 91 on Avgas if you want, but, if it’s a high performance car (like yours are supposed to be) you’d extract as much from the fuel as you can. Do you think Ferrari design their engines for regular but tell you to fill up with premium?
I just thought it was an odd choice… half a point to allow for variation in supply quality, sure. 2 and a half points is waste. Plus, you could save fuel.


I present to your attention a Formula 1 racing car. VV has produced this competitor of the royal races to make its existence known on the planet. After passing rigorous tests, finally the finished specimen is available to race. As a reminder, there is now a financial regulation in 2022, according to which all participants must meet 135,000,000 euros. The cost of our team’s project was only 1 million-plus.
Yes, of course, we had to raise the quality of technology and materials to +15 everywhere.
I tested what came out in Beam several times, and finally made assemblies that were more or less workable.

Here is the first, more grounded and controlled version: (68.9 KB)

And here’s the high-speed one, where you can get over 260 km/h. (68.9 KB)

Notes: for some reason in the game disappeared sequential gearbox and appeared auto manual, which in Beam is not reflected.
Despite the fact that Automation allows you to create different projects in the sandbox, still lacks the freedom of choice and clarification of important nuances, which would definitely have weight in both games.
So I needed the strange combination of components in the game to solve a few conundrums, for a more accurate modelling.


Welcome, ladies and gentlemen:
Our factory has developed a new concept called the Supra Henesis Q.T.

This model has insane performance and is good in every way. Great in drifting and has powerful stabilization.

So we decided to record a video of how it overcomes the GP - Strecke:

Engine V12 Quadro Turbo with working pressure of 1.7 bar (or 24.65 psi)
Power plant: 2700 hp
Torque: 3380 nm or 2493 lb-ft
Mass: 2211 kg or 3560 lbs
Acceleration to 62: 2.7 seconds
Displacement: 14 liters or 854 CI

Notice: Also on our channel you will learn what equipment we use to control vehicles, and how to take your level of gameplay to the next level.

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VV 1991 Juli Opps
Mass: 1430 kg
Acceleration to 62 - 7.26 sec
Engine: V8 3.4 liter or 208 cubic

          a little more perfect than in real life

Chassis: ram with stainless steel
Cost: $27 100.
Record on NB GP-Strecke: 2:41:297


We made a new car, this time the LVAP McColliden XC Nuport.
Having tested it in Beam, it became clear that it is a little bit a muscle car. In the sense that it is quite cheap and powerful. At least such feelings folds at diving.

Heavy, fast and defiant - what else can be said about this model?
Similar in price to American muscle cars.
Design language style:

  • Made for the city
  • Using a voluminous, puffy design
  • Used all the necessary modern technologies

Pretty weak brakes
Rear wheel drive makes itself felt

The record on the GP Strecke was 2 minutes 23 seconds, which is 2-5 seconds longer than the 420 forcish BMW M3, which rides like on rails. That is, a power of 558 horsepower and a torque of 801 Nm is not yet enough. It is rather strange, but this 2-ton car cannot accelerate faster than 4.4 seconds. That is, 400 milliseconds is already enough to break away for such a long time. Although it also affects the fact that it model is a little hard to control - with the weakest, turned off ESC mode.

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Would you like to know more about the LVAP Hothatch Monsterex? And about how I passed the selection conditions? But since all the data is still classified, I can only show the driving characteristics of the car, in which my way of approaching to the winners table will become clear. I was really trying to design a car for grannies. And I would be glad to include an automatic transmission, but still decided not to risk it.


VV Swanpod kerwy 153 Rodrigez.

Engine: l6
Dispacement: 153 CI
546 NM @ 4300 rpm and
434 HP @ 6400 rpm

mostly everywhere CAST-IRON
Compression: 9.0/1
work under pressure 1.6 bar or 23 lb - square inch
twin turbo
advanced three way catalitic converter

Hard Long-Life Durable
240 mm in around, in a staggered order.
Diameter Front: 750 mm and steel 20 inch rims
Diameter Rear: 840 mm and steel 22 inch rims

Seqvental 7 step gearbox.
Max Speed: 260 kmph or 162 mph.
Acceleration to a hundred: 4.5 second.

1764 kg
3890 lbs.

Brake Distance: 37.1 meter.
Brake Fading: NONE

The distribution of power is acting:
56% on the REAR.

Differential: Patented Torsen LImited slip.
Sporty-race Suspension: Rolling amplitude in 2 seconds.

Body Roll:
2.6 degrees.

Springs: Progressive.
Dampers: Gas mono-tube

The Final Cost: $61 100.
It pickup has created on Flatout motives.