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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*The Grand Marshal shares its engines with the Gavril D-Series, [[Gavril H-series|H-Series]] and [[Gavril Roamer|Roamer]].
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*The Grand Marshal shares its engines with the Gavril D-Series, [[Gavril H-Series|H-Series]] and [[Gavril Roamer|Roamer]].
 
*The Grand Marshal was the first vehicle to receive a police configuration. It also has the most police configurations out of any other vehicle currently in-game, with a total of three.
 
*The Grand Marshal was the first vehicle to receive a police configuration. It also has the most police configurations out of any other vehicle currently in-game, with a total of three.
  

Latest revision as of 14:52, 15 March 2020

Language: [[::Gavril Grand Marshal|English]]  • [[::Gavril Grand Marshal/pl|polski]]
Gavril Grand Marshal
Fullsizev8.jpeg
Gavril Grand Marshal V8
Overview
Manufacturer Gavril
Production 1990 - 1997
Internal Name fullsize
Body and Chassis
Class Full-size car
Body style 4-door sedan
Layout Front-engine, rear-wheel-drive
Powertrain
Engine 4.5L V8
5.5L V8
Transmission 5-speed manual
4-speed automatic
6-speed manual (aftermarket)
4-speed drag automatic (aftermarket)

The Gavril Grand Marshal is a full-size four-door, body-on-frame sedan produced by Gavril from 1990 to 1997. It is equipped with a 4.5L V8 engine by default, which outputs 217 horsepower with its standard fuel injectors. It is also available with a 5.5L V8 engine, used in police and performance variants. Like contemporary full-sized sedans, it handles smoothly but slightly unresponsively, and standard models' soft suspension makes for a comfortable ride. The vehicle's ground clearance is also rather low, with anything more than a minor bump having the potential to catch the bumpers, resulting in damage to them. The initial acceleration of the vehicle is slow, but the V8 engine is potent, offering relatively high top speeds. The vehicle also has average levels of crash safety, with the chassis remaining relatively rigid during impacts to keep the general shape of the car, but with plenty of crumple zones to allow absorption of an impact.

Development

The quintessential American full-size sedan. Body-on-frame construction, a V8 engine, and a heavy duty live axle rear suspension make it more than adequate for police work or taxi service. It’s more suited to PIT maneuvering fleeing cars than winning races, but its V8 does make a decent amount of power. Its handling characteristics are closer to a couch on wheels than a sports car, though.

—gabester, Gavril Grand Marshal, 01 September 2012

The Grand Marshal was first seen in a video on BeamNG's official YouTube channel, uploaded on July 7, 2012.[1] Shortly after, a thread was created made providing details and development screenshots.[2]

During its development, Gabester confirmed that a police variant (on September 21, 2012) and a taxi variant (on January 9, 2013) would be added. On November 28, 2012, he stated that the interior was nearly done,[3] and on June 20, 2013, he stated that he had begun working on police-related parts.[4] The Grand Marshal (including the promised police variant) was released on August 5, 2013 with verison 0.3, the initial public release of the game.

The promised Taxi variant was teased with a development screenshot on June 15, 2016,[5] and was released with the 0.6 update, along with the 5.5L V8 engine and more police parts.[6]

In update 0.17.1, released on August 29, 2019, the Grand Marshal received a complete overhaul. The body and frame were made fully separable, the inner front fender structure was reworked to be more accurate to contemporary full-size sedans, improvements were made to the mesh and JBEAM structure, and several new parts and configurations were added.[7][8]

Configurations

Thumbnail
Name
Description
Paint Color
Performance Class
Value
Weight
Years
Configuration Type
Population
Internal Name
Version Added
Fullsizemiserable.jpeg
The Miserable (A)
It's bad, folks
Pearl White
Gray
N/A
4500
3616 lbs (1640 kg)
1990-1997
Custom
40
miserable
0.17.1
Fullsizefleet.jpeg
Fleet (A)
Debadged fleet model, sold in bulk, and ready for painting
Pearl White
4
4900
3935 lbs (1785 kg)
1993-1997
Factory
5,000
fleet
0.17.1
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V8 (A)
Standard trim with alloy wheels, sold to the general public
Charcoal
4
5000
3902 lbs (1770 kg)
1990-1994
Factory
25,000
stock
0.3
Fullsizetaxi.jpeg
Taxi (A)
Taxi version
Taxi Yellow
4
5200
3957 lbs (1795 kg)
1993-1997
Service
5,000
taxi
0.6
Fullsizeluxe.jpeg
V8 Luxe (A)
Classier appearance with chrome trim and whitewall tires
Deep Plum
4
5500
3902 lbs (1770 kg)
1990-1995
Factory
15,000
luxe
0.5.2
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Police Package (Unmarked) (A)
The Police Package features a pushbar, heavy duty suspension, steel wheels, concealed flashers, a spotlight, and a larger engine
Carbon Gray
5
8000
4045 lbs (1835 kg)
1990-1994
Police
15,000
unmarked
0.5.1
Fullsizepolice.jpeg
Police Package (A)
The Police Package features a pushbar, heavy duty suspension, steel wheels, a lightbar, police livery, spotlights, and a larger engine
Pearl White
5
8500
4079 lbs (1850 kg)
1990-1994
Police
50
police
0.3
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Belasco City Police Department (A)
Police package with BCPD livery
Pearl White
5
9000
4090 lbs (1855 kg)
1993-1997
Police
50
bcpd
0.11.0.1
Fullsizesport.jpeg
V8 Sport (A)
The Sport features stiffer, lower suspension, more power, and sporty 17 inch wheels
Shadow Blue
5
10500
3990 lbs (1810 kg)
1990-1995
Factory
5,000
sport
0.3
Fullsizecustom.jpeg
Street Tuned (A)
Tuned for street racing and cruising down the highway with an upgraded engine, sport suspension and mag wheels
Champagne
Light Brown
6
15500
3968 lbs (1800 kg)
1993-1997
Custom
100
custom
0.17.1
(replaces Custom configuration added in 0.3)
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Drift Missile (M)
Stripped down, supercharged, and designed to get sideways
Flame Orange
Bone White
6
16000
3869 lbs (1755 kg)
1990-1997
Custom
40
drift
0.3.1
Fullsizers.jpeg
V8 RoadSport (A)
The RoadSport is Gavril's factory supercharged performance model
Jet Black
6
18500
4001 lbs (1815 kg)
1995-1997
Factory
400
roadsport
0.17.1
Fullsizelowrider.jpeg
Lowrider (A)
The cop who bop
Bermuda Blue
Pearl White
N/A
19500
4277 lbs (1940 kg)
1990-1997
Custom
N/A
lowrider
0.17.1
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Drag (A)
Faster than any police department
Scarlet Red
Bone White
6
21000
3858 lbs (1750 kg)
1990-1997
Custom
200
drag
0.17.1
Fullsizetrack.jpeg
Track (M)
Equipped with a powerful supercharged V8, custom 18 inch wheels, and racing equipment
Sea Blue
6
23000
4001 lbs (1815 kg)
1990-1997
Custom
200
track
0.17.1


Performance Comparison

Gavril Grand Marshal Specifications
The Miserable
Fleet
V8
Taxi
Luxe
Lowrider
Police Package (Unmarked)
Police Package
Belasco City Police Department
V8 Sport
Street Tuned
V8 RoadSport
Drift Missile
Track
Drag
Engine & Drivetrain
Type
4.5L V8
5.5L V8
Induction
Natural
Supercharged
Supercharged + NOS
Drivetrain
RWD
Horsepower
241
216
221
236
240
341
354
507
1246
At (rpm)
5450
5150 - 5800
5250 - 5800
4850 - 5700
4850 - 5750
5650
4650 - 5450
4750 - 5750
Torque (Nm)
345
325
330
380
385
435
570
810
2215
At (rpm)
3150 - 4700
3100 - 4600
2750 - 4100
4100
3200 - 4350
3400 - 4450
2900
Transmission
4-Speed Auto
5-Speed Manual
6-Speed Race Manual
4-Speed Drag Auto
Differential
3.27 Welded
3.27 Open
3.73 LSD
3.73 Welded
3.73 Race LSD
3.56 Locked
Body
Weight (kg)
1640
1785
1770
1795
1770
1940
1835
1850
1855
1810
1800
1815
1755
1815
1750
Wheels
4-Slot Steel 15x7 (Black)
Standard Steel Deep 15x7
Alder Basketweave 15x7 (Gray)
Standard Steel Deep 15x7
Alder Royale 15x7 (Chrome)
Alder Luxo 14x7 (Chrome)
Standard Steel Deep 15x7
Gavril Sport5 17x9 (Silver)
Alder Rush 15x8
Gavril Sport5 17x9 (Chrome)
Folk ZT55 Deep 18x10 (Silver)
Folk ZT55 Deep 18x10 (Black)
Alder Dragger 15x4
Alder Dragger 15x12
Performance
0 - 60mph (100kph)
7.0 s (7.3 s)
8.1 s (8.6 s)
8.1 s (8.5 s)
8.2 s (8.7 s)
8.1 s (8.5 s)
8.3 s (8.8 s)
7.9 s (8.3 s)
8.4 s (8.8 s)
7.9 s (8.3 s)
8.0 s (8.4 s)
8.7 s (9.0 s)
7.4 s (7.6 s)
4.5 s (4.6 s)
3.3 s (3.4 s)
Top Speed (mph)
143
137
125
127
126
128
145
168
170
150
180
202

Gallery

Trivia

  • The Grand Marshal shares its engines with the Gavril D-Series, H-Series and Roamer.
  • The Grand Marshal was the first vehicle to receive a police configuration. It also has the most police configurations out of any other vehicle currently in-game, with a total of three.

References

Gavril
Vehicles
Passenger cars
Trucks/SUVs
Burnside
Related
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