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For example, if I want a sedan body, do I have to choose a "sedan" chassis, and then get different shapes per chassis size? or is it the same body model, but stretched larger for larger chassies?
You'd be able to put a sedan, a coupe, a wagon etc. all on the same body.
We looked into it and found out that almost all cars of a similar class are a very simlilar size in all dimensions, for example a Mercedies S class and a BMW 7 series are very close to the same size, as is for example a Civic and a Mazda 3 - so what you'll have is a selection of different sized chassis, representing these major types of car (with different varients to fit mid engine, rear engine etc.)
Also - completly off topic, you're from Canberra eh? I only moved out of Canberra about a year ago, also my old housemate had an MR2 Turbo - fun car! (you should post about it in here - viewforum.php?f=21)
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but can i ask some question like if you want to create a completely new design,are they all from same base models,coz i want to build a completely new chassis design like city car with curves like in Lambo or Ferrari
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-2007 HSV GTS
Seems that there are some good options that allow us to create some nice cars! Keep it up fellas!
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