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Ibishu Pessima
Ibishu Pessima DX.png
1996 Ibishu Pessima 1.8 DX
Overview
Manufacturer Ibishu
Production 1988 - 1991
1996 - 2000
Body and Chassis
Class Mid-size
Body style Sedan

The Ibishu Pessima is a mid-size Japanese sedan built by Ibishu. It is currently the only BeamNG.drive vehicle with more than one generation in-game.


First Generation (1988 - 1991)

First Generation
Basemodelpessima.png
1990 Ibishu Pessima 1.8 DX
Overview
Production 1988 - 1991
Body and Chassis
Layout Front-engine, FWD or AWD

The 1988 Ibishu Pessima is the first version of the Pessima to be released chronologically. In its base trims, it's a family-friendly A-to-B car perfect for everyday use, but performance models are crafted for power and speed. Among other things, the '88 Pessima was the first, and as of version 0.15.0.6, the only official vehicle to include all wheel steering.

Development

About 10 years older than the dreadful melty Pessima, and probably quite a bit more enjoyable to drive too…

—Gabester, BeamNG Dev Blog, 10 December 2012

During its development, it was shown as a 1989 model. When it was released, it was changed to 1988.

The body shell of the '88 Pessima was first shown in December 2012. In the first vehicle poll on the forums, this vehicle came second-to-last, with 15 votes.[1] In the next poll, it did somewhat better, coming in sixth place with 18 votes.[2]

A screenshot of the Pessima ZX was posted just ten days before it was released with the 0.5.0 update on December 18, 2015.[3]

Overview of Models

1.8 DX

The DX is the cheapest model of the lot. It is very generic inside-and-out, such as having flat 16-slotted hubcaps, a gray interior, and a 1.8L I4 SOHC engine. This model is available with either a manual or automatic transmission.

1.8 HX

The HX model is simply a fuel-efficient DX. Changes from the DX consist of an aerodynamic grille and hubcaps, tires with low rolling resistance, and a unique manual transmission with tall gearing. It also has a blue interior.

2.0 LX

The LX is the mid-range production trim. This model has a slightly more powerful 2.0L I4 DOHC engine, as well as nicer-looking hubcaps, airbag steering wheel, and a black interior which matches up better with certain parts of the dashboard and carpet. This model is available with a manual or automatic transmission.

2.0 ZX

The ZX is the midline between "user-friendly" and "power frenzy". This model has a sport intake, sport suspension parts, sport brakes, quick ratio steering, limited-slip differential, small rear spoiler, white dish hubcaps, body colored trim, and a brown interior. The emblem is on the bonnet instead of the grille like other models.

2.0 ZX AWS

This ZX variant has all-wheel-steering, making it a very nimble performer. It is the only vehicle in the game so far to have AWS. It also has blade wheels, and the black interior from the DX.

2.0 GTz

The GTz is the highest level production model. Carrying over from the ZX, this model has a GTz (Stage 1) turbocharger, all-wheel-drive, unique brakes, strut bar, spoked hubcaps, and a red interior. The emblem is placed on the grille again like the lesser trims.

Street Tuned

The Street Tuned is one of the fastest models of the Pessima. It has a Stage 2 turbocharger, high-performance radiator, carbon fiber vented hood, 5-lug black spoked wheels, race brakes, an Arnida Corsa racing wheel, and the black interior. It lacks trunk badging and anti-lock brakes, which were present in other trims.

Track

The Track is derived from the GTz, with an added vented hood, rollcage, skidplate, race suspension and steering, race manual transmission, and Nomi wheel, though it takes elements from a few other models. The front emblem is on the hood like the ZX. It uses the gray interior from the DX. It has 5-lug Folk spoked wheels (white this time) and race brakes, and is missing the trunk badging like the Street Tuned. It also does not have door panels, a passenger seat, a rear bench, or a rear spoiler.

Rally-Gravel

The Rally-Gravel, based closest to the Track, is equipped with a 1992 Utah Rally livery, as well as rally coilovers, wheels, lights, and an alternate Nomi wheel. Unlike the Track, the passenger seat is retained.

Hill Climb-Asphalt

The Hill Climb-Asphalt, also based on the Track, has a widebody kit, and tall rear spoiler, providing lots of downforce. A substantial power increase comes from a Stage 3 variable boost turbocharger. It also has a carbon fiber vented hood and Folk spoked wheels.

Performance Comparison

First Generation Ibishu Pessima Model Specifications
DX
HX
LX
ZX
ZX AWS
GTz
Street Tuned
Track
Rally-Gravel
Hill Climb-Asphalt
Engine & Drivetrain
Type
1.8L SOHC I4
2.0L DOHC I4
Tuning
Stock
Sport
GTz
Stage 2 Turbocharger
Stage 3 Variable Boost Turbocharger
Drive wheels
FWD
4WD
AWD
Horsepower
123
134
142
212
358
543
At (rpm)
5400 - 6200
5400
5250
5700
5750 - 6850
5550 - 6600
Torque (Nm)
161
176
192
251
433
681
At (rpm)
3700 - 5800
3300 - 5750
3250 - 5550
4150 - 6300
5350 - 6300
4500 - 6100
Transmission
5-speed Manual
4-speed Auto
High Efficiency 5-speed Manual
5-speed Manual
4-speed Auto
5-speed Manual
Race 6-speed Manual
Differential
4.266 Open
4.266 LSD
4.266 LSD
4.266 LSD
Race 4.266 LSD
Race 4.266 LSD
Body
Weight kg
1310
1315
1330
1365
1350
1365
1395
Wheels
14x5.5 Steel
15x7 Ibishu Blades White
15x8 Okudai RZ4 White
16x8 Folk ET73 Black
16x8 Folk ET73 White
15x8 Dreid Rally Pro
17x9 Folk ET73 White
Performance
0 - 60mph (100km/h)(M/A)
10.4 s (11 s)
9.9 s (10.5 s)
10 s (11.2 s)
9.7 s (10.3 s)
8.7 s (9.3 s)
9.2 s (9.7 s)
9.2 s (9.8 s)
6.3 s (7.2 s)
4.7 s (4.8 s)
5.1 s (5.3 s)
4.5 s (4.7 s)
Top Speed (mph) (M/A)
127 / 128
127
131 / 132
132
132
158
176
152
163

Gallery

Interim

There is currently no Ibishu model which fills the gap between the end of the Pessima's 1991 model year and the beginning of the 1996 model year. However, there had been at one point a generation of the Pessima (presumably with model years '92 - '95) as a concepted vehicle in a former list on the wiki.[4]

Second Generation (1996 - 2000)

Second Generation
Pessimasport.png
2000 Ibishu Pessima 2.7 LX V6 Sport
Overview
Production 1996 - 2000
Body and Chassis
Layout Front-engine, front-wheel-drive

The Pessima was reintroduced in 1996 with a complete redesign of the interior and exterior focusing more strongly on aerodynamics. Overall, this generation is toned down in terms of performance and customization. It drops such features as all wheel steering, all wheel drive, and race and rally part choices.

Development

Midsize, front-wheel drive, and melted… but above all, horrendously boring.

—Gabester, BeamNG Dev Blog, 13 November 2012

During this vehicle's development, it was first shown as a 1999 model, then 1998. When it was released, it was changed again to 1996.

The primitive body shell of this car was first shown in November 2012. In a forum vehicle poll by the devs, this vehicle came in second position, with 56 votes, just under one-fifth of the total.[1] In the next poll, it came in third place, with forty-two votes.[2]

Two individual screenshots of the Pessima in-game were shown in July 2015.[5][6] It was originally slated to be released with 0.4.1, but was instead released with the 0.4.1.1 hotfix on August 7, 2015, making it the first vehicle from the second poll to be released.

Overview of Models

1.8 DX

The 1.8 DX is very similar to the older "1.8 DX" trim. Regular hubcaps, 1.8 I4 SOHC, gray interior. Generic in all ways possible.

1.8 DX TurboBurger

Same as the 1.8 DX, but the only changes are the TurboBurger delivery livery, CarPlus A55 hubcaps, and black interior.

2.0 LX

The 2.0 LX trim is so similar to the older "2.0 LX" trim, even the hubcaps are the same exact style. The only difference is that the interior is beige this time.

2.7 LX V6

The 2.7 LX V6 is the first car in BeamNG.drive to use a V6 engine. It also has spoked alloy wheels and a brown interior.

2.7 LX V6 Sport

The 2.7 LX V6 Sport is a pimped-up LX V6, incorporating sport suspension, sport wheels, and a rear spoiler. It also has 5-lug spoked chrome wheels and a black interior. Other than that, it retains the 173 hp 2.7 V6 engine.

Stanced

The Stanced is an undrivable LX V6, mainly due to it's deliberately oversized wheels and lowered suspension. It has the gray interior from the DX and has no trunk lettering.

Street Tuned

The Street Tuned is a V6 Sport made to impersonate a racing vehicle. It has race suspension and custom wheels, though it's not much of a performer compared to other V6 Pessima models. It also had the trunk badging removed.

Performance Comparison

Second Generation Ibishu Pessima Model Specifications
DX
LX
LX V6
Stanced
LX V6 Sport
Street Tuned
Engine & Drivetrain
Type
1.8L SOHC I4
2.0L DOHC I4
2.7L V6
Tuning
Naturally Aspirated
Drive wheels
FWD
Horsepower
129
142
173
At (rpm)
5300 - 6150
5150 - 6000
5000
Torque (Nm)
173
193
242
At (rpm)
3750 - 5650
3500 - 5550
2850 - 5250
Transmission
4-speed auto/5-speed manual
4-speed auto/5-speed manual
4-speed auto
4-speed auto/5-speed manual
5-speed manual
Differential
M
A
4.11 Open
4.23 Open
4.23 Open
4.11 LSD
4.23 LSD
4.11 LSD
Body
Weight kg
1395
1420
1440
1430
1405
Wheels
15x7 Steel
15x7 Ibishu Type-LV6
15x11 Steel
16x7 Ibishu Type-LVS
17x8 Okudai KRW Black
17x9 Okudai KRW Black
Performance
0 - 60mph (100km/h)(M/A)
10.6 s (11.3 s) / 9.8 s (10.4 s)
9 s (9.6 s) / 8.4 s (9 s)
9.5 s (10 s) / 7.5 s (8 s)
7.8 s (8.3 s)
9.6 s (10.1 s) / 7.3 s (7.7 s)
9.5 s (9.9 s)
Top Speed (mph) (M/A)
125 / 125
130 / 132
138 / 140
135
138 / 140
139

Gallery

Further Information

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 BeamNG Forums: Which vehicle would you like to see in-game first?
  2. 2.0 2.1 BeamNG Forums: Which vehicle would you like to see in-game next?
  3. BeamNG Forums: Development screenshots #1 [Closed]
  4. The Wayback Machine: Vehicles In Development
  5. BeamNG Forums: Micro Blog(s) - July 2015 to March 2016
  6. BeamNG Forums: Ibishu Pessima

See Also

Ibishu
Vehicles
200BXCovetHopperMiramarPessimaPigeon
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Subcompact Covet
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Sports 200BX
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