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RE: The Randomness thread - gas23 - 05-22-2015 03:57 AM

^ please be underground 3


RE: The Randomness thread - Mitchellol - 05-22-2015 03:58 AM

(05-22-2015 03:57 AM)gas23 Wrote:  ^ please be underground 3

It actually is, customization options, police, street racing in night.
Already comfirmed Wink


RE: The Randomness thread - gas23 - 05-22-2015 04:08 AM

oh man that's rad, I loved NFSU2.


RE: The Randomness thread - OMGahd - 05-22-2015 05:12 AM

Oh my
I hope there's some good customization or I'll flip shit maine


RE: The Randomness thread - emptypie - 05-22-2015 11:57 AM

The family lawn mower snapped a belt so me and my father replaced the belt, but it was a little too big lol. Anyways when you press the pedal to the metal the belt slips around and makes a horrendous sound, till it gains traction and goes. I just though now it's like waiting for boost to kick in, I smirk every time now.


RE: The Randomness thread - CWiseman_21 - 05-27-2015 07:37 AM

I found this body kit website with THE BEST EVER intro movie. Click the link, sit back and enjoy...

http://www.onestar.jp/


RE: The Randomness thread - OMGahd - 05-28-2015 05:14 AM

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RE: The Randomness thread - emptypie - 05-29-2015 08:39 AM

How big are the pistons?!!!!


RE: The Randomness thread - Cooper - 05-29-2015 07:36 PM

7 feet tall


RE: The Randomness thread - OMGahd - 06-03-2015 12:49 AM

''First off: contrary to what it might look like at first glance, the 2020 Camaro is actually substantially taller than the new 2016 Camaro. It now sits on a somewhat modified Chevy Tahoe truck frame, with all-new 44″ wheels and a massive new body. I only wish there was a picture of me standing next to it; I could barely see into the windows. I mean from a height point of view; actually seeing into (or out of) these windows is clearly a thing of the past.

This drastic new design direction is called “cab lower” by the GM design Center, and places the driver and passengers in a secure, bunker-like compartment, surrounded by steel on all sides. The very narrow non-opening windows are well above the height of a person’s head (GM calls it “clerestory glazing”), which is claimed to be a safety advantage in the case of side impacts with large trucks as well as stray (or well-aimed) bullets.

Visibility? Not an issue anymore, as the 2020 Camaro will be GM’s first autonomous self-driving car. That’s right; no more need to bother with all of that nuisance which just gets in the way of the seamless on-line lifestyle that will be so utterly ubiquitous by 2020. A giant screen has replaced the area that was once wasted on a windshield and instrument panel; it’s like stepping into a small media room/cocoon. As soon as one enters, it syncs up with the driver’s phone and displays its screen. Enter the destination, and the 2020 Camaro will take one there without any of the bother and fuss of old-fashioned driving and having to actually take one’s eyes off the phone for those occasional glances at the road between texts and Tinder.''
The Camaro will be GM’s first car to meet the draconian 2025 CAFE regulations, and GM’s engineers have come up with a shockingly creative solution. Dubbed “Quad-Hybrid Drive”, the Camaro features no less than four discrete power sources seamlessly integrated for maximum efficiency and performance. An electric motor driven by a tiny plug in battery powers the car for the first 50 feet from a start. Then a hydrogen-powered fuel cell kicks in for driving at speeds between 15 and 30 mph. Above that a 400cc two-cylinder gasoline engine with triple turbocharging takes over until a steady cruising speed is attained. At that point, a 250cc single cylinder diesel engine with up to 75 psi of boost can keep the Camaro rolling, at up to 90 mpg. As needed, the other power sources can augment for short bursts of acceleration, but given that it’s an autonomous vehicle, that will rarely be the case except in an emergency. Chevrolet is predicting EPA numbers of 69 mpg, combined. Fueling the new Camaro would seem to present some new challenges, but GM assures us that by 2020 there will be refueling stations that can replenish all four power sources simultaneously.
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