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Revision as of 10:20, 14 June 2019

Gavril Roamer
Gavril Roamer V8 4WD XT.png
1995 Gavril Roamer V8 XT
Overview
Manufacturer Gavril
Production 1992 - 1999
Body and Chassis
Class Mid-size SUV
Body style 4-door SUV
Layout Front-engine, 4WD or RWD
Related Gavril D-Series

The Gavril Roamer is a Midsize SUV, similar to some 1990s SUVs such as the Isuzu Trooper and Ford Explorer. It shares the same chassis, suspension, and engine options as the Gavril D15.

Development

It's been partially finished sitting on my hard drive for a year and I just had the brilliant idea to stick it on the D15 chassis. I can re-use everything - the frame, suspension, engine, running gear.

—Gabester, BeamNG forums, 16 September 2013

According to gabester, the Gavril Roamer dates back to 2012, which is the same year BeamNG was founded and development of their game was underway. The first screenshot which he had provided was "hacked together" in modeling software onto the completed chassis of the Gavril D15. Word since that point has been relatively quiet until 2015, when he presented an early-stage in-game screen of the Roamer doing a drift, apparently with a functioning UV mask for its color.[1]

Subsequent media showed various states of progression in modeling and texturing, and by the time development snapshots for 0.3.8.1 were released in mid-April 2015,[2] in which it was included, the Roamer was superficially complete, albeit with some parts in need of polishing. This was completed in the following two weeks, and the vehicle was officially released on 30 April 2015, along with the Ibishu 200BX, in the final version of 0.3.8.1.

Since its release, the Roamer has undergone several changes over the years, having parts added and issues fixed. Some of its more prominent updates include new roof rack props (in 0.4.1, with major revisions in 0.15.0), UV mapping for liveries (of which several have been added since 0.4.3), new engines and drivetrain options (especially in common with the D-Series), and a model refresh for improved geometrical proportions (in 0.16.0)[3].

List of models

The base features rear wheel drive and an inline 6 engine.

The next step up is the V8 four wheel drive.

The top of the range model is the XT which has stage one tuning and four wheel drive.

The final civilian version is the off road which has special off road parts and stage 2 engine tuning.

The first police version is based on the XT with an added push bar and sirens.

The second is a automatic version of the off road.

There are fire rescue and 2 sheriff versions of the Roamer.

Performance Comparison

Gavril Roamer Model Specifications
I6
V8 4WD
V8 4WD XT
V8 Sport
Sheriff
Sheriff Off-Road
Fire Chief
Off-Road
Engine & Drivetrain
Type
4.1L I6
4.5L V8
5.5L V8
Drive wheels
RWD
4WD
Tuning
Stock
Stage 2 Supercharger
Horsepower (bhp)
164
214
238
497
At (rpm)
4150 - 5150
5100
4700
4500 - 5600
Torque (Nm)
290
315
363
769
At (rpm)
1200 - 4050
2700 - 4800
2500 - 4850
3050 - 4900
Transmission
5 speed Manual
4 speed Auto
5 speed Manual
Differential
Rear 3.55 Open
Front 3.55 Open
Rear 3.55 Open
Front 3.55 Open
Rear 3.55 LSD
Front 4.10 Open
Rear 4.10 LSD
Front 3.55 Open
Rear 3.55 LSD
Front 4.10 Locking
Rear 4.10 Locking
Body
Weight (kg)
2110
2175
2225
2180
2290
2315
2370
Wheels
16x8 Steel
17x8 Gavril D-Alloy
17x8 Gavril Terra-XT
17x9 Gavril Sport5
16x8 Steel
17x9 Grip-All TXR Off-Road
Performance
0 - 60mph (100km/h)
11.3 s (12 s)
9.5 s (10.2 s)
8.2 s (8.8 s)
4.9 s (5.2 s)
8.5 s (9.1 s)
8.9 s (9.5 s)
8.9 s (9.6 s)
4.8 s (5.2 s)
Top Speed (mph)
109
119
126
148
121
113
164

Gallery

Further Information

References

  1. BeamNG Forums: Development screenshots #1 [Closed]
  2. BeamNG Forums: BeamNG.drive development snapshots
  3. BeamNG Forums: 0.16 Discussion Thread
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