|Side makes me think of a Renault truck, otherwise front grill looks like a DAF.|
|I'm pretty sure it resembles a Chevy pickup, not a Chevy Suburban SUV?|
|For this version of the Gavril D-series, front looks very much like a Ford F-series pickup (or Bronco). Rest of it looks like a GM pick up truck (Chevy or GMC).|
|Toyota Land Cruiser pick up.|
|I see strong resemblance to the DS3 Crossback and the Peugeot 2008. Why is it labeled as M4G?|
|And last of all, this cannot be a "made for game" car. It has a strong resemblance to a European hatchback, a cross between something French, and a Ford Focus.|
I would place my bet on Ford Focus.
|The rear of the sporty versions reminds me of what Audi did with their models recently, in fact the sporty version has a lot of Audi RS vibe to it.|
But the interior is still Peugeot, with carbon trims.
|The hatchback version exterior looks of a Ford Focus, but the crossover version is gives a strong Peugeot 2008 vibe. |
The interior is Peugeot for sure.
|Looks like 1990s Iveco Daily to me|
|We know the front is something American for sure, for the rest of the car makes me think of something German, like BMW.|
|I was also thinking of an old Volvo|
|Interesting, top view looks like Citroen DS, but side view makes me think of something British.|
|I agree with blackthunder, VW Crafter from the early 2000s|
|Okay so recently BeamNG updated, and the electric version of the SBR4 came out, it has a different design. It looks like a mix between the Chevrolet Camaro and a Tesla. It's mainly the front. The rear still has this Audi resemblance.|
|I initially thought of a Volkswagen LT. I think it looks more like some Russian truck (Kamaz or something), or it could be some Tatra.|
|Renault Master/Opel Movano|
|Makes me think of some Bedford|
|Nissan Front, Audi A6 rear|
|Front looks like a Peugeot from the 70s/80s|
|Rear makes me think of the Bugatti Chiron|
|Looks like a Soviet era truck.|
|Mitsubishi Fuso Canter?|
|It looks more like a MAN truck from the 1990s.|
|Umm... I can't really see much Mazda Tribute in this. |
The front looks more like a Honda Pilot, and I think Gagarsa06 was referring a Toyota FJ cruiser, which I agree they do share the exact same tone of yellow color, and the thick rear pillars.
The side keeps whispering Nissan to me, and the rear makes me think of some Pontiac, or Jeep Compass...
| Mathias98 wrote |
Funny I also had that in mind, the rest of the car looks kinds like a mix between Daewoo/Chevy Matiz, Daihatsu, and Fiat.
|The side looks like Volvo, but the angry-looking front makes me think of Renault (which is based on the same chassis as the Volvo).|
|Okay, so the car is mostly based on some BMW 7 series from the 80s or such, however it seems like the front is from an Audi 100. But with the badge circular, it makes the front seem more Volkswagen-ish.|
Edit: If you play with the more powerful versions of this car, you will get sport wheels that look like they're from a 1990s Mercedes.
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| ThatBus wrote |
Oh yeah for sure! They must come up with new busses and trucks as well! Also we need more modern vehicles (from beyond year 2005, with ESC), cause right now it's only ETK and Hirochi that have modern vehicles.
But as I mentioned, they MUST include some Peugeot or Citroen, because these days Peugeot and Citroen are doing extremely well and historically Citroen was pretty famous (with the DS, SM and 2CV). I'm kinda surprised they still didn't include any Citroen/Peugeot alikes in the game.
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|I played with this car in the game, I must say it's pretty agile, it's like the Ibishi pigeon, but with 4 wheels.|
The design strongly reminds me of the VW Beetle, the window design and the rear. The overall dimension of the car seems to revolve around some Fiat or perhaps a Renault.
I honestly wish the BeamNG drive team come up with some Citroen alias! That would be just as epic!
|The interior reminds me of the first generation Mitsubishi Pajero, or perhaps some Toyota Land cruiser from the 1980s. The simplistic and functional design, definitely Japanese.|
|Something about its dimension made me think of a BMW from the 1960s. But that's just me reading too much into it.|
I can truly see some Toyota characteristics.
|The side and overall dimension will give a strong impression of the Ford Ecoline or whatever it is called, the front grill looks like a Ford without its badge.|
But the interior makes me think more of GM...
|It's making me think of some 1970s-1980s Fiat truck.|
|Made me think of the old Nissan Quest, but shorter.|
|Looks like it's got the skin of a BMW i3, but the shape and dimension reminds me of the new Fiat 500.|
|Steering wheel looks like it's from a 1990s Mercedes!|
|Front reminds me a bit of Ford's traditional Aston Matin-style grill design, on cars like the Mondeo. The rear looks like a Dodge of some sort. If you look carefully at the wheel, it resembles that of the Mercedes S-class|
|Renault of some sort They are always used as garbage trucks or maintenance vehicles!|
|Rear lights made me think of a BMW at first. The rugged-looking front makes me think of something Japanese, between Mitsubishi and Subaru. |
Side definitely looks Dodge-like
|Makes me think more of a Citroen!|
|Front reminds me of Audi, rear also resembles Audi although some can argue it's based off Dodge. The side reminds me of some Citroen from the late 2000s.|
| konkordski wrote |
Looks very alike!
For some reason, when I first saw the picture of the truck in the game, I thought of a Hyundai of some sort...
| holden nut wrote |
Totally agreeing, an old MAN from the 1990s or so
|Front reminds me of the old Renault Master, from the 1980s and early 1990s.|
|I have to agree with the thought of a Trabant, although the front resembles Mini a bit.|
|uhh, the front strongly resembles the Citroen H-van, whilst the side reminds me of a Jeep of some sort, the utility version, from the 60s or so.|
|Reminds me of some Peugeot, or Citroen, since they always are designed with longer noses, and short rears (rear wheels closer to the rear of the car, between the C and D pillar, whilst conventionally, the rear wheels are designed under the C pillar).|
The car appears to a pick up truck of some sort, but I can understand where this though of VW is coming from (the curvy design).
I have a strong feeling it's a Peugeot pickup of some sort...