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Old 02-15-2012, 08:43 PM
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Hi everyone!

This is going to be my very first contribution to this area of the forum. I watched DoMiNos (and of course others') posts carefully, and did my best to draw my very first car in perspective. This was just a 1-and-a-half-ish-hour work (i just was bored in the evening), so don't expect too much. I know, the lines are quite simple. I know, the roof sucks. I know! It hasn't got wheels! That's the part i hate most about drawing in perspective, so i didn't make them because it would probably ruin the car. But anyway, let's get started with a Press Release:

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Posted January 15th 2011 by SMPR (SportiV Motors Press Relations)
ROTTERDAM, NL - 2011 - Early in the morning on a beautiful snowy day, it was crowded at the World Trade Center. People were trying to get a glimpse of the thing underneath the canvas. Then, at 11 AM, the manager of SportiV Motors pulled the canvas away. There it was. The first car made by SportiV Motors; the SportiV 4TV.

Everyone was allowed to look at the car from a close view, see what's underneath the hood or explore the details on the model. Only ViPs were allowed to step into the driver's (or passenger) seat(s), and to explore the OpenView™ multifunctional interface. "We wanted everyone to get a close look at our first product. On this unexpected unveiling of a still unknown brand, we wanted the people to experience the quality of SportiV and it's products."

GROUSE MOUNTAIN, VANCOUVER, 2011 (summer), CA - Half a year later, SportiV has put down 4 different models of the 4TV on Grouse Mountain, available for test drives. Two for off-roading, 2 for ordinary driving. For off-roading the 3.4l Twin-turbocharged V6 diesel developing 345 horsepower and 550Nm, and the 4.0l V8 petrol, developing 400 horsepower and 450Nm. For on-road driving there were the 3.0l Turbocharged hybrid V6 petrol engine developing 375 horsepower (300 by the petrol engine, 75 by the electric engines) and 510Nm, and the top-of-the-line model, the supercharged 5.4l V8 petrol engine developing 650 horsepower and 725Nm. Thanks to the extremely clever 4wd system, the drive is "as smooth as a flying carpet. On or off-road." says a car magazine journalist.

The coupe-ish roofline and extraordinary styling are styling cues you find in no other pick-up truck. Some say the roof is meant to be for a extra-powerful two-door sport version... Who knows what time will bring!
5.4l ChiqSport model shown


Engine Variants and options:

3.4:

3.4l V6 diesel engine, Twin-turbo, 345Hp @ 2800 RPm, 450Nm @ 1800 RPM,Redline: 3600 RPm, 4WD, 2.200KG, 0-100 KM/h: 7.7 sec, 230 KM/h top speed. Price starts from €44000 ($57.605).


3.0h:

3.0l V6 petrol engine, turbocharged, hybrid drive. 375Hp @ 3200 RPm, 510Nm @ 2600RPm. Redline: 6500 RPm. 4WD, 2.300KG. 0-100 KM/h: 7.1 sec, 230 KM/h top speed. Price starts from €50.000 ($65.460).

4.0:

4.0l V8 petrol engine, turbocharged. 400Hp @ 3300RPm, 450Nm @ 2500RPm. Redline: 6000 RPm. 4WD, 2100KG. 0-100KM/h: 6.5 sec, 250 KM/h top speed. Price starts from €75.000 ($98.190).

5.4R:

5.4l V8 petrol engine, supercharged. 600 Hp @ 4300 RPm, 725Nm @ 4000 RPm. Redline: 7000 RPm. 4WD with RWD-only as a fun option (<- standard equipment) 1900KG. 0-100KM/h: 4.9 sec, 277KM/h top speed. Price starts from €98.000 ($128.300).

Available colours:

Every normal colour (colours that you get on any other normal production car)
Every possible colour to your liking: +€1000 ($1309) extra.

Options (begins with the options for the lowest models, the 3.4 and 3.0, which are standard to choose without extra payments on the other models, and then continues with the options available on both the higher and lower models):

3.0 and 3.4:
Tire Pressure Monitoring System: +€500 ($654) .
Full-leather seats: +€300 ($393).
Full-leather interior: +€1000 ($1309).
20-way adjustable electric seats (+ventilating and heating option): +€700 ($916).
Cornering Lights: +€150 ($196).
Parking assist (+cameras around the car): +€750 ($982).
OpenView™ multifunctional touch-screen interface (Includes navigation system and... such things...): +€1000 ($1309).
Headlight Cleaning System: +€200 ($262).
TwinClutch Transmission System: +€1000 ($1309).
Heated Steering wheel: +€200 ($262).
Bang&Olufsen Sound System: +€700 ($916).

4.0 and 5.4:
Burmester sound system: +€2000 ($2618).
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Old 02-15-2012, 11:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Niko Bellic View Post
Hi everyone!

This is going to be my very first contribution to this area of the forum. I watched DoMiNos (and of course others') posts carefully, and did my best to draw my very first car in perspective. This was just a 1-and-a-half-ish-hour work (i just was bored in the evening), so don't expect too much. I know, the lines are quite simple. I know, the roof sucks. I know! It hasn't got wheels! That's the part i hate most about drawing in perspective, so i didn't make them because it would probably ruin the car. But anyway, let's get started with a Press Release:



5.4l ChiqSport model shown


Engine Variants and options:

3.4:

3.4l V6 diesel engine, Twin-turbo, 345Hp @ 2800 RPm, 450Nm @ 1800 RPM,Redline: 3600 RPm, 4WD, 2.200KG, 0-100 KM/h: 7.7 sec, 230 KM/h top speed. Price starts from 44000 euros.


3.0h:

3.0l V6 petrol engine, turbocharged, hybrid drive. 375Hp @ 3200 RPm, 510Nm @ 2600RPm. Redline: 6500 RPm. 4WD, 2.300KG. 0-100 KM/h: 7.1 sec, 230 KM/h top speed. Price starts from 50000 euros.

4.0:

4.0l V8 petrol engine, turbocharged. 400Hp @ 3300RPm, 450Nm @ 2500RPm. Redline: 6000 RPm. 4WD, 2100KG. 0-100KM/h: 6.5 sec, 250 KM/h top speed. Price starts from 75000 euros.

5.4R:

5.4l V8 petrol engine, supercharged. 600 Hp @ 4300 RPm, 725Nm @ 4000 RPm. Redline: 7000 RPm. 4WD with RWD-only as a fun option (<- standard equipment) 1900KG. 0-100KM/h: 4.9 sec, 277KM/h top speed. Price starts from 98000 euros.

Available colours:

Every normal colour (colours that you get on any other normal production car)
Every possible colour to your liking: +1000 Euros extra.

Options (begins with the options for the lowest models, the 3.4 and 3.0, which are standard to choose without extra payments on the other models, and then continues with the options available on both the higher and lower models):

3.0 and 3.4:
Tire Pressure Monitoring System: +500 Euros.
Full-leather seats: +300 Euros.
Full-leather interior: +1000 Euros.
20-way adjustable electric seats (+ventilating and heating option): +700 Euros.
Cornering Lights: +150 Euros.
Parking assist (+cameras around the car): +750 euros.
OpenView™ multifunctional touch-screen interface (Includes navigation system and... such things...): +1000 Euros.
Headlight Cleaning System: +200 Euros.
TwinClutch Transmission System: +1000 Euros.
Heated Steering wheel: +200 Euros.
Bang&Olufsen Sound System: +700 Euros.

4.0 and 5.4:
Burmester sound system: +2000 Euros.
What's the price in US dollars, I'm interested.
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Old 02-16-2012, 07:57 AM
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I changed my post to incluse the current US dollar price for it, too.
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Old 02-16-2012, 09:50 AM
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Looks good. I like the front fascia a lot!

There are some issues with perspective, but I'm not really one to criticise as my own sketches are far from perfect in that respect.

I find it helps to draw the wheels first, rather than putting them on at the end. It helps establish the proportions of the car and gives you something to work around. Kind of.
Also if they do go wrong you can start again, and it won't matter as much as it would had you finished the design and then cocked up on the wheels. :)
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Old 02-20-2012, 07:33 PM
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This design is simple yet still good at the same time. It's shape reminds me of the H1 Hummer.
Not bad at all.
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