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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 6' started by Hamisxa, Dec 31, 2013.
I saw more McLaren P1 at the front
Edit: what was the wind tunnel programme you used?
Project Falcon, by Autodesk I think
Have you tried getting a student license? If they have it for it.
Ill have a look
Edit: there is a student license tested the model, drag coefficient of 0.30. Not bad for a supercar
Just me? or is that look EXACTLY like the Honda Vision Hotwheels?
But... If i could have any VGT car... it would be the Hotwheels i got to design as my Make-A-Wish. (Very proud of this, and is still my prized possesion)
I remember you sharing that with us in the Hot wheels collectors thread.
Out of interest, is it land based?
The idea was land based, but it does have a "hull" as well. Just in case
Looks like it would be happy on both water and land.
Why thank yous
Then objective achieved B) It was designed to be Amphibious after all.
WHY IT SHOULD BE A VGT: Has anyone ever designed a car with a mustache?
Fisker with their Karma.
The Fisker Karma wishes it could be Vincent Price
My latest design, a front engined VGT this time. Viper sized, would have a big NA engine, 200mph+ top speed.
Wow! why haven't I heard of this thread before I've been working on my own design for a VGT for a while now, mind if I share it?
... Too bad. I'm going to anyway.
It's a Maserati, which surprisingly hasn't been taken yet.
Been obsessed by weird, turbocharged, AWD, weird looking Daihatsu Kei cars over the past few days, so I decided to make what I think would be a cool Vision GT for them.
I present to you the Daihatu Mira VGT.
Ideally, it would be twin engined with a 125HP, 1.0 litre, turbocharged 4 cylinder at both the front and middle of the car. Power is fed through a 6-speed semi-automatic gearbox to all four wheels, thanks to full time AWD as well as having 4 wheel steering. Weighs just over 800Kg.
Various features of the car include flared front and rear arches, rally spotlights, adjustable rear wing, side exit exhaust pipes on both sides, gullwing doors, fully integrated roll cage and alcantara Recaro bucket seats with Sabelt racing harnesses.
Is thi made out of fairy dust to be this light, all these features
Let's just say its all made from carbon fibre; I'm no car designer after all.
Thank you. I was trying to remember where I saw that one. It kind'a bugged me how he labels it as his own design.
1.6 litre turbo V6 with 700bhp, derived from the Renault F1 unit
1040 kg through use of composites such as CFRP.
Active suspension and aerodynamics.
Choice of 4 liveries (heritage, rouge enfer, Gris Mako, noir soir)
Target lap time of Nurburgring: 6:32
Alfa Romeo Scighera designed by Giugiaro
The Bugatti 18/3 Chiron (always by Giugiaro)
Would make a perfect standard GT veyron...
I I would have the opportunity to design a vgt car with my drawing skills, it would be something like this:
Out of curiosity, how much memory does this program take up? If its not too much for a low-end laptop like mine, I've love to try it out so give it a go at this VGT thing.
I used it decently on a 2006 Toshiba with an Intel Celeron and 1GB of RAM. Yours can probably handle it. Things start getting slow when you start putting a bunch of objects with high polygon counts. That's where your (most likely integrated) graphics card starts to show what it can do.
I gotta sift through my many drawings to find the perfect VGT car
I have quite a low end laptop and it handles SketchUp very well. But yes as Ameer said it does get slow once the models reach a high polygon count.
Grouping parts like wheels into single components can I think help to keep it going smoothly. Leaving shadows and textures off makes a big difference, at least with my laptop anyway.
I'm not good at drawing by any means, but I tried.
I haven't made any sketch in a long long time... Today I got the mood and made a quick one by hand.
Very rough I know...