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1995 Ford Explorer '1994 Gavril Roamer' [UN105]

1995 Ford Explorer '1994 Gavril Roamer' [UN105] in BeamNG.drive, Racing, 2013

Class: Cars, Off-road / SUV — Origin: US

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1995 Ford Explorer '1994 Gavril Roamer' [UN105]

Picture provided by : J-2

1995 Ford Explorer '1994 Gavril Roamer' [UN105]

Picture provided by : J-2

1995 Ford Explorer '1994 Gavril Roamer' [UN105]

Picture provided by : J-2

Comments about this vehicle

AuthorMessage

JFK CZ (350)

2015-04-16 19:43

Oh, you have better picture than mine :)
Can I add Ibishu 200BX by myself?

J-2 ES (1382)

2015-04-16 19:46

Well, I already had the pics...I went ahead since they were not added, I didn't even noticed you added the rear view for this one.

It's a bit of a problem that. We already had that problem with Forza Horizon 2, and the agreement was "if one user can do all of it, go ahead" but of course, if someone has a better idea for the pics, I welcome requests!

JFK CZ (350)

2015-04-16 19:52

If you will not be pleasured with my pics, nevermind, just replace it by yours

-- Last edit: 2015-04-16 19:53:03

JFK CZ (350)

2015-04-16 19:54

Oh, and UN46 is internal code for this beauty

J-2 ES (1382)

2015-04-16 20:04

It's not like that, it's a matter of having one or as few persons as possible making a game. GT5 was a nightmare for that reason, I hope you understand this. And thanks for the code!

JFK CZ (350)

2015-04-16 21:32

Oh, I proably made a mistake. Again. I am so embarrased about it :(
Front end mistaked me, so I completly forgot about 1995 release of second generation. If it is asecond generation, which is proably is, since it is overall more rounded than first generation.
And since first generation UN46 appeared in Jurassic Park, I said it wrongly.
Second generation is an UN105

stryder237 EN (3)

2015-05-01 19:42

The Roamer is built on the exact same chassis and uses the exact same engines as the D-15, meaning the trim levels are identical. The Base model, like the D-15, is RWD and uses the I6 engine and has ugly steel wheels, the middle-range model uses the D-15's alloy wheels and the Gavril V8 and roof rails, the top model (DX) has Stage One engine tuning a nicer alloys (in the main picture). The Roamer also has an offroad variant identical to the D-15 offroad. The Sheriff variant is the offroad but with police decals and equipment.

Burn Rubber US (346)

2016-01-03 08:15

So new update now classes this as its own car rather than a package for the D15. I never thought they were that similar. :lol:

Razor440 KP (3)

2016-04-20 00:39

I love the wheel they chose for this. I think those are from the real thing.

carcrasher88 US (20)

2017-05-07 05:28

I love how this thing looks.

The design, for the most part, is clearly Explorer (especially the wheels, which look exactly like Explorer ones), though proportion wise and in some details, it looks like a little late model Bronco was thrown in, while the front seems like it might have a little first generation Mazda MPV in it.

CarCrazedAlex586 (5)

2017-05-07 23:41

If I think of a 2014 Gavril Roamer, I think of something like this:


cars.usnews.com/static/images/Auto/izmo/358815/2014_ford_explorer_angularfront.jpg


Or this.


upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/20/Chevrolet_Traverse_LS_1_--_11-13-2009.jpg/1280px-Chevrolet_Traverse_LS_1_--_11-13-2009.jpg


If BeamNG really did an American modern full-size crossover SUV, I would love it.

car mad1 UK (5)

2017-05-20 22:57

www.cstatic-images.com/car-pictures/xl/U5FTGED4.png
Car in real life

64-46 BMW BE (0)

2018-02-21 04:44

Definitely a Ford Explorer, but the front reminds me more of the Ford Ranger (North American version).

The overall dimension, plus looking at the SUV from the rear, reminds me of the Jeep Wagoneer, just curvier.

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