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'''Ibishu''' is a Japanese automaker. It is typically compared with Honda and Nissan. Other inspirations include Suzuki, Toyota, Isuzu, Mazda, and Daihatsu.
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'''Ibishu''' is a fictional Japanese automaker, known to have produced passenger cars, light trucks, and kei trucks as far back as 1963 with the [[Ibishu Miramar|Miramar]] and as recently as 2001 with the [[Ibishu Hopper|Hopper]]. Since there are no known Ibishu models from the past nineteen years and no advertising for the brand currently exists in any map, it is unknown if the company still exists to this day.
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It is tied with [[Gavril]] for the title of most vehicles currently in-game, with a total of seven.
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==Product Line==
 
==Product Line==
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<div style="display:inline-block">[[File:200BXbase.jpeg|link=Ibishu 200BX|240px]]<p style="text-align:center">'''[[Ibishu 200BX]]'''</p></div>
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<div style="display:inline-block">[[File:Covetdxi.jpeg|link=Ibishu Covet|240px]]<p style="text-align:center">'''[[Ibishu Covet]]'''</p></div>
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<div style="display:inline-block">[[File:Hopperlxt6.jpeg|link=Ibishu Hopper|240px]]<p style="text-align:center">'''[[Ibishu Hopper]]'''</p></div>
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<div style="display:inline-block">[[File:Miramarbase.jpeg|link=Ibishu Miramar|240px]]<p style="text-align:center">'''[[Ibishu Miramar]]'''</p></div>
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<div style="display:inline-block">[[File:Midsizelxv6.jpeg|link=Ibishu Pessima|240px]]<p style="text-align:center">'''[[Ibishu Pessima]]'''</p></div>
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<div style="display:inline-block">[[File:Pigeonbase.jpeg|link=Ibishu Pigeon|240px]]<p style="text-align:center">'''[[Ibishu Pigeon]]'''</p></div>
  
===Released===
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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Miramaribishubadge.png|1960s Ibishu badge, as seen on the Miramar.
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Pessimaibishubadge.png|1980s/1990s Ibishu badge, as seen on the Pigeon, Covet, Pessima, and 200BX.
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Hopperibishubadge.png|Alternate 1990s Ibishu badge, as seen on the Hopper.
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Hatchibishulettering.png|Late 1980s/early 1990s Ibishu lettering, as seen on the Covet and 1988-1991 Pessima.
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Coupeibishulettering.png|Early 1990s alternate Ibishu lettering, as seen on the 200BX.
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Midsizeibishulettering.png|Late 1990s Ibishu lettering, as seen on the 1996-2000 Pessima.
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Hopperibishulettering.png|Alternate 1990s Ibishu lettering, as seen on the Hopper.
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</gallery>
  
<div style="display:inline-block">[[File:Ibishu_200BX.png|link=Ibishu 200BX|240px]]<p style="text-align:center">'''[[Ibishu 200BX]]'''</p></div>
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==Trivia==
<div style="display:inline-block">[[File:Covetgogreen.png|link=Ibishu Covet|240px]]<p style="text-align:center">'''[[Ibishu Covet]]'''</p></div>
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*The existence of a "Classic" trim for the Hopper paying homage to World War II-era military jeeps suggests it may have once manufactured military vehicles. Further evidence of a military-oriented Ibishu division is a mod created by developer Stoat Muldoon, which states that "Ibishu's military arms subsidiary Ibishu Defense" manufactured point-defense weapons during the 1980s.<ref>BeamNG Resources: [https://www.beamng.com/resources/phoulkon-ciws.10397/ Phoulkon CIWS]</ref> It is currently unknown if this is part of BeamNG canon.
<div style="display:inline-block">[[File:Zxt6 M.png|link=Ibishu Hopper|240px]]<p style="text-align:center">'''[[Ibishu Hopper]]'''</p></div>
 
<div style="display:inline-block">[[File:Miramar2.jpeg|link=Ibishu Miramar|240px]]<p style="text-align:center">'''[[Ibishu Miramar]]'''</p></div>
 
<div style="display:inline-block">[[File:Ibishu_Pessima_DX.png|link=Ibishu Pessima|240px]]<p style="text-align:center">'''[[Ibishu Pessima]]'''</p></div>
 
<div style="display:inline-block">[[File:Ibishu_Pigeon.png|link=Ibishu Pigeon|240px]]<p style="text-align:center">'''[[Ibishu Pigeon]]'''</p></div>
 
  
==Further Information==
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==References==
===See Also===
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*[[Official Content]]
 
  
 
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[[Category:Official Content]]
 
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[[Category:Manufacturers]]

Latest revision as of 14:57, 22 March 2020

Ibishu
Ibishu logo.png
Ibishu logo, circa 1990s
Overview
Nationality Japanese
Business Status Unknown

Ibishu is a fictional Japanese automaker, known to have produced passenger cars, light trucks, and kei trucks as far back as 1963 with the Miramar and as recently as 2001 with the Hopper. Since there are no known Ibishu models from the past nineteen years and no advertising for the brand currently exists in any map, it is unknown if the company still exists to this day.

It is tied with Gavril for the title of most vehicles currently in-game, with a total of seven.


Product Line

Gallery

Trivia

  • The existence of a "Classic" trim for the Hopper paying homage to World War II-era military jeeps suggests it may have once manufactured military vehicles. Further evidence of a military-oriented Ibishu division is a mod created by developer Stoat Muldoon, which states that "Ibishu's military arms subsidiary Ibishu Defense" manufactured point-defense weapons during the 1980s.[1] It is currently unknown if this is part of BeamNG canon.

References

  1. BeamNG Resources: Phoulkon CIWS
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