Cherrier Vivace

Cherrier Vivace

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Cherrier Vivace
VivaceTeaser.jpeg
Development screenshot
Overview
Manufacturer Cherrier
Production 2020 – present
Body and Chassis
Class Compact car
Body style 5-door hatchback
Layout Front-engine, front-wheel-drive/all-wheel-drive
Powertrain
Engine 1.0L I3
1.5L I4
2.0L I4
2.5L I5
1.6L diesel I4
2.0L diesel I4
Single electric motor
Dual electric motors
Transmission Unknown

The Cherrier Vivace is a compact five-door hatchback built by Cherrier from 2020 onward. It is available with several gasoline and diesel engines, as well as electric motors.

Development

This is a 2020 model year compact hatchback, built on a very flexible modern platform, offering vehicles with a wide range of options. FWD and AWD powertrains are available, with gasoline, diesel, or electric power. And of course, there will be lots of parts to combine and play with!

—Falkrum, Devblog, 11 February 2020


On October 27, 2019, Falkrum stated that the Soliad Wendover, at that time the only known vehicle still in development, would not be the next car in-game. He hinted at another vehicle coming before it, but provided no details.[1] In the devblog post for the 0.18 update, released on December 9, 2019, a teaser screenshot of the Vivace's Cherrier hood badge (though neither names had at that point been revealed) was included at the very end.[2] Ten days later, a video simply titled "Teaser" was uploaded to the official YouTube channel, featuring a Vivace shrouded in darkness.[3] The Vivace was officially revealed on February 11, 2020, with a lengthy devblog post providing information on its development and planned features, and several screenshots and videos of the vehicle in-game.[4]

It will be released in the upcoming 0.19 update, though the exact date is unknown.[5][6][7]


Gallery

Trivia

  • The Vivace is the first official car to have an inline five-cylinder engine.[4]
  • The Vivace was originally intended to be a Hirochi, but it was decided that a new French brand would allow for more interesting design options.[4]
  • The aforementioned teaser image of the hood badge[2] (pictured in the gallery above) led to the car receiving several nicknames, namely ”the RR car” and “the Reverse card car” (named for the Reverse card in the card game Uno, which the badge resembles).
  • "Vivace" is pronounced "vi-vas."[4]

References

Cherrier
Vehicles
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