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Hi!

I would like to introduce you to a new project. It is a Chevrolet Suburban:

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This picture shows the metallic livery of the Chevrolet. It is available in two other finishes: white and black

 

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The Chevy is currently still in development, but he is already very advanced. Next to me two other developers are working on this project - it's actually a joint project of Rob Barendregt, Manfred Jahn and me. My job is to create 3-D modeling and texturing. Manfred and Rob's tasks include dain, to create the driving dynamics (Rob) and to fill the virtual cockpit with "life" (Manfred). Manfred also wrote the code for the virtual cockpit displays, a functional brake light and the WindshildRainEffect. From Rob comes the programming for the transmission and the driving dynamics.

 

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The driver of the Chevrolet

 

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The WindshildRainEffect. The effect can be seen on all glass surfaces!

 

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The inmates can be loaded via the Fuel and Payload menu:

 

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New virtual 3-D cockpit of the Chevrolet with all the important displays: speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, battery etc

 

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Examples of clickspots and gauges in the virtual 3-D cockpit. The clickspots can be operated both inside and outside

 

Features (so far)
- Full PBR Add-On
- Brake lights and Starter Button via LUA material scripting
- 3 inmates, female/male
- Inmates via P3Dv4 Fuel and Payload menu selectable
- Animated raindrops on glass surfaces (WindshildRainEffect)
- Raindrops visible in the internal and external model
- Headlamps with dynamic lights, taillights as FX effects
- Countless clickspots for countless animations
- 3 finishes, one with a metallic look
- Tinted windows

Special functions
- Virtual Cockpit Displays
Speedometer
Rev Counter
Fuel gauge
Voltmeter
Battery indicator
Oil pressure gauge
- Automatic transmission including reverse gear
- Customized ability to control the accelerator and brake pedals with joystick/yoke/rudder pedals
- Vehicle dynamics were programmed according to the manufacturer's performance data
- Squeaky tires with too fast cornering, heavy braking and acceleration
- Realistic Chevrolet Parking Brake (animated foot pedal)
- Animated accelerator and brake pedals
- Realistic sounds for windows, doors, wipers etc
- Drifting
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Animations incl. Clickspots
- 3-stage windscreen wiper front/rear
- Window lift for all windows
- Starter button
- Light switch for internal/external light
- Sun Visors
- Armrests
- Doors
- Tailgate
- Hood
- Driver
- Parking brake

Special feature
- Avatar Niels
- Animated fragrant tree

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Nice car!

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José Luís
 
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It will never get airborne, and will not find a permanent place of mooring next to the Spruce Goose...  And to boot, it will specifically targeted by "the squad".

 

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Where will it be available at?

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16 hours ago, signmanbob said:

Where will it be available at?

It will not be long. First, the P3Dv4 version of the Published and then the FSX version is created and also published.

Without having to give exact details now, but maybe the P3Dv4 Chevrolet can be driven the weekend after next  😉🙂

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Hello dear Avsim Community!

It's done! Both versions were completed on time. The FSX version and the P3Dv4.5 version can now be downloaded from the Bahrometrix download page. Again a very special thank you to Rob and Manfred. The project would not have been possible without them!

The Chevrolet Suburban is free and the download is barrier-free. To download registration is not required 🙂

Download: FSXP3D Chevrolet Suburban
 

Features
- Full PBR development
- Brake lights via LUA material scripting
- Front and rear headlights
- 3 inmates, female/male
- Passengers selectable via P3Dv4 Fuel and Payload menu
- Animated raindrops on glass surfaces (WindshildRainEffect)
- Raindrops visible in the internal and external model
- Front headlights with dynamic lights, taillights as FX effects
- Countless click spots for countless animations
- 4 paint finishes, two with a metallic look
- Tinted windows

Special functions
- Virtual cockpit displays
    Speedometer
    Rev Counter
    Fuel Gauge
    Coolant Indicator
    Battery Indicator
    Oil Pressure Gauge
    Gear Indicator
- The speedmeter can be clicked to change speed unit between mph and km/h
- The number plates can be changed with a click of the mouse (Germany/USA)
- Automatic transmission including reverse gear
- In Manual transmission mode, the car can be driven with manual gear selection (Reverse, Neutral, 6 Forward gears).
- User-defined possibility to control the accelerator and brake pedals with joystick/yoke/rudder pedals
- Driving dynamics were programmed according to the manufacturer's performance data
- Squeaky tires with strong acceleration or braking
- Realistic Chevrolet parking brake (animated foot pedal)
- Animated gas and brake pedals
- Realistic sounds for doors, wipers etc
- drift
- Horn

Animations including clickspots
- 3-way wipers front/rear
- Window lifters for all windows
- Starter start button
- Light switch, internal/external lights
- Sun Visors
- Armrests
- Doors
- Tailgate
- Bonnet
- Driver
- Parking brake

Gimmicks
- Avatar Niels
- Animated scent tree

 

Pictures from the FSX Version:
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Pictures from the P3Dv4.5 Version:
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Thank you Christian, Rob and Manfred!

Excellent work :-))

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Best regards,
David Roch
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Beautiful car, but how do you get it in gear?  It does not move.

The documentation is slightly off - the downloaded Panel.cfg points to the toebrakes option.

beautiful model!

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Nevermind - - all is answered in the QuickStart - I only  read the Manual.

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On 12/12/2019 at 3:05 PM, Christian Bahr said:

It will not be long. First, the P3Dv4 version of the Published and then the FSX version is created and also published.

Without having to give exact details now, but maybe the P3Dv4 Chevrolet can be driven the weekend after next  😉🙂

Just found this beautiful model thanks alot!

As you can see this is a huge improvement over what I've been using in my videos😂

Def expect your vehicle in my my future videos I'll give you a big shout out also!🍻

 

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Really, a very nicely done video. The possibilities in modern flight simulation are almost unlimited. Your video shows the ideas behind these possibilities in an impressive way.

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On ‎1‎/‎10‎/‎2020 at 10:09 PM, LexGary said:

Nevermind - - all is answered in the QuickStart - I only  read the Manual.

My car doesn't move at all but acceleration sound. I guess from the QuickStart I could get the answer but still the car not moving. I did Shift + D and the SODE pops up (lol). I must be missing something.


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On 4/17/2020 at 12:36 PM, Christian Bahr said:

Really, a very nicely done video. The possibilities in modern flight simulation are almost unlimited. Your video shows the ideas behind these possibilities in an impressive way.

Here it is....once again thank you for such a cool free detailed high quality vehicle!

 

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