Difference between revisions of "Gavril Bluebuck"

Difference between revisions of "Gavril Bluebuck"

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The Bluebuck's first visual representation was posted shortly after the first vehicle poll, in which the sedan was not included, was considered finished. Its result was eighth place in a later poll, however, hinting that the community did not desire the vehicle's immediate appearance in BeamNG.drive.<ref>BeamNG Forums: [https://www.beamng.com/threads/13058/ Which vehicle would you like to see in-game next?]</ref> This, along with the fact that similarly-classed vehicles have outnumbered other vehicle archetypes for a long while,<ref>BeamNG Forums: [https://www.beamng.com/threads/436/page-10#post-125342 1963 Gavril Bluebuck]</ref> has possibly contributed to the Bluebuck's delayed development schedule.
 
The Bluebuck's first visual representation was posted shortly after the first vehicle poll, in which the sedan was not included, was considered finished. Its result was eighth place in a later poll, however, hinting that the community did not desire the vehicle's immediate appearance in BeamNG.drive.<ref>BeamNG Forums: [https://www.beamng.com/threads/13058/ Which vehicle would you like to see in-game next?]</ref> This, along with the fact that similarly-classed vehicles have outnumbered other vehicle archetypes for a long while,<ref>BeamNG Forums: [https://www.beamng.com/threads/436/page-10#post-125342 1963 Gavril Bluebuck]</ref> has possibly contributed to the Bluebuck's delayed development schedule.
  
Little word was given about the state of the vehicle's development until 2018, when it has been stated that the Bluebuck was undergoing development once again.<ref>BeamNG Forums: [https://www.beamng.com/threads/57311/#post-912094 Unreleased vehicles?]</ref> It was later confirmed to be in-game in February 2019, after over six years since its first announcement,<ref>BeamNG Forums: [https://www.beamng.com/threads/20246/page-733#post-999627 Update speculation thread]</ref> the second-longest of any of the original vehicles from before the game's first release. Finally, an in-game video was posted that June, showing the furnished Bluebuck chassis performing a suspension test on the [[Grid Map]]. In the same video, a second Bluebuck (with its body attached as well) can also be seen in the background behind some ramps, hypothesizing that it may be close to completion.<ref>BeamNG Forums: [https://www.beamng.com/posts/1033169/ Development Media]</ref>  
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Little word was given about the state of the vehicle's development until 2018, when it has been stated that the Bluebuck was undergoing development once again.<ref>BeamNG Forums: [https://www.beamng.com/threads/57311/#post-912094 Unreleased vehicles?]</ref> It was later confirmed to be in-game in February 2019, after over six years since its first announcement,<ref>BeamNG Forums: [https://www.beamng.com/threads/20246/page-733#post-999627 Update speculation thread]</ref> the second-longest of any of the original vehicles from before the game's first release. An in-game video was posted that June, showing the Bluebuck chassis performing a suspension test on the [[Grid Map]]. In the same video, a second Bluebuck (with its body attached as well) can also be seen in the background behind some ramps, hypothesizing that it may be close to completion.<ref>BeamNG Forums: [https://www.beamng.com/posts/1033169/ Development Media]</ref>  
  
 
On July 26, 2019, [https://mobile.twitter.com/beamng/status/1154668792775159808| a video] has been uploaded on Twitter showing the Bluebuck performing another suspension test on the Grid Map from the Bluebuck's interior camera, and can be seen lifting itself into the air, suggesting that a lowrider version with working hydraulics will also be planned.
 
On July 26, 2019, [https://mobile.twitter.com/beamng/status/1154668792775159808| a video] has been uploaded on Twitter showing the Bluebuck performing another suspension test on the Grid Map from the Bluebuck's interior camera, and can be seen lifting itself into the air, suggesting that a lowrider version with working hydraulics will also be planned.

Revision as of 01:48, 27 July 2019

Gavril Bluebuck
Bluebuck.jpg
1963 Gavril Bluebuck
Overview
Manufacturer Gavril
Production 1963 - 1965 (approximate)
Body and Chassis
Class Fullsize
Body style Sedan
Layout Front-engine, rear-wheel-drive

The 1963 Gavril Bluebuck will be a 60s full-size American sedan. It will likely be available with both straight six and V8 engine options. It takes a few cues from the Chevrolet Impala and Dodge 880.

Development

A very typical early 60s full-size American sedan. Wraparound windows, massive bumper guards, and a decent helping of chrome.

—Gabester, BeamNG Dev Blog, 28 January 2013

The Bluebuck's first visual representation was posted shortly after the first vehicle poll, in which the sedan was not included, was considered finished. Its result was eighth place in a later poll, however, hinting that the community did not desire the vehicle's immediate appearance in BeamNG.drive.[1] This, along with the fact that similarly-classed vehicles have outnumbered other vehicle archetypes for a long while,[2] has possibly contributed to the Bluebuck's delayed development schedule.

Little word was given about the state of the vehicle's development until 2018, when it has been stated that the Bluebuck was undergoing development once again.[3] It was later confirmed to be in-game in February 2019, after over six years since its first announcement,[4] the second-longest of any of the original vehicles from before the game's first release. An in-game video was posted that June, showing the Bluebuck chassis performing a suspension test on the Grid Map. In the same video, a second Bluebuck (with its body attached as well) can also be seen in the background behind some ramps, hypothesizing that it may be close to completion.[5]

On July 26, 2019, a video has been uploaded on Twitter showing the Bluebuck performing another suspension test on the Grid Map from the Bluebuck's interior camera, and can be seen lifting itself into the air, suggesting that a lowrider version with working hydraulics will also be planned.

Gallery

Further Information

References

  1. BeamNG Forums: Which vehicle would you like to see in-game next?
  2. BeamNG Forums: 1963 Gavril Bluebuck
  3. BeamNG Forums: Unreleased vehicles?
  4. BeamNG Forums: Update speculation thread
  5. BeamNG Forums: Development Media
Gavril
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Vehicle is sold under the Burnside subsidiary.