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Gavril is a fictional American automaker, known to produce passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, and heavy trucks.
Little is currently known about the corporate behaviour or history of Gavril. It is even unknown if Gavril has a corporate colour, as red, white, and blue all appear to have been used to promote Gavril vehicles at various times. It is not known when Gavril was founded, but the earliest Gavril vehicle known to the community at the time of this writing would be the 1963 Bluebuck. It is also known that Gavril's luxury subsidiary Burnside was producing passenger cars in 1953, but it is not known whether Burnside was under Gavril's control at that time.
It is known that Gavril once had a practice of beginning the names of all passenger cars with the letter B. Note that we have the Barstow, the Bluebuck, as well as the entire Burnside line. It is also worth noting that a seventies full-size sedan by the name of Beaufort was planned at one time, but it is unknown if it has ever entered development or will even be released under the Gavril brand.
Rigs of Rods
Gavril was also a marque featured in Rigs of Rods, in which the automaker began in the 2000s the practice of giving all their passenger cars European style alphanumerical names (MV4, MZ2, GV3, etc.) The Gavril Bandit, an early-seventies muscle car, follows the aforementioned B-naming scheme. This practice appears to have fallen out of favour at some point before the release of the Grand Marshal. However, none of the Gavril models created for Rigs of Rods have been confirmed to officially appear in BeamNG.drive at any point.
Burnside is a luxury marque of Gavril existing from 1953 to 1985. Like Gavril, it had been a previously identified marque for content in Rigs of Rods; the possibility that those vehicles will appear in BeamNG is highly unlikely.