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October Progress Report
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Looks great Smile
Oh,look at that - the new Kyoto has also sausage curbs...
A picture worth a thousand words Thumbs up
Quote from Scawen :Sunrise at Kyoto

Beautiful!!!!

Quote from Eclipsed :Oh,look at that - the new Kyoto has also sausage curbs...

Oh come on... you know that place cutting massively....
That looks very impressive. Though I think it starts to look like the car models are now the one's being behind in terms of appearance. Tracks will look amazing, cars will look like, well, not kinda matching up.
I think there are few (or just one for now) new car models waiting for us and will be released as a surprise with the update! Smile
I do not understand the surprise belief what some members throughout the years bring up. There where never 'surprises', every release was a release what was being discussed in the months before. Lets keep it that way, surprise expectations only lead to disappointments/negativism which is unnecessary. Jesus is coming, some day.
Yeah, you have a right, but my expectations are not unrealistic, like 100 official licensed cars or 50 new tracks. If the new physics are ready for release the realistic expectation is to get the Volkswagen Scirocco with it. But then again this wouldn't be a surprise... Big grin I shouldn't have posted.
Amazing!
Forza Scawen!
I prefer clear sky or at least less cloudy. Big grin
Quote from Evolution_R :I think there are few (or just one for now) new car models waiting for us and will be released as a surprise with the update! Smile

Was there an announcement or some sort of hint on this?
I'm excited if there was.
Quote from cargame.nl :I do not understand the surprise belief what some members throughout the years bring up. There where never 'surprises', every release was a release what was being discussed in the months before. Lets keep it that way, surprise expectations only lead to disappointments/negativism which is unnecessary. Jesus is coming, some day.

I have told this about 10 years now.
Quote from Scawen :
I really wish that everyone watched all the documentaries by David Attenborough in recent years. I think it would be impossible for people not to understand the challenges we face,

Children and full grown adults watch these kind of "documentaries" nowadays;



These people are also from the UK. They are miljonairs but clearly lack proper education. Worst of all, adored by millions (and most of those people are car enthusiasts). Two of the three even have children.

This kind of garbage hurts my eyes to the max. But if I say something about it, I get attacked by millions of "fans". As long as this kind of clowns work gets massive attention and approval, this planet is doomed.
Jeremy Clarkson is one of these right-wing nutcases that just thinks we should burn whatever we can and have a jolly good time and **** the consequences. He writes in the same newspaper that Boris Johnson used to write in, a terrible paper called the "Telegraph" or "Torygraph" which indoctrinates its readers to hate the environment, cyclists and wind turbines.

I used to find Top Gear amusing but gradually got more annoyed with the stupidity of it that seemed to be increasing until it got taken off air after Clarkson punched a producer because he couldn't get a steak.

A lot of British people have a similar kind of attitude. You can tell by the popularity of SUV type cars and so on, designed to look big and tough. They are quite sad people really and are obstacles to progress.
Quote from Scawen :...You can tell by the popularity of SUV type cars...

Does that mean there will be no SUVs in LFS in the future? Big grin
Can't stand to watch that video because Richard Hammond is annoying 4554013.
Yeah, I used to like them, but these days their production is just an americanised garbage. Like most of the new games. Big grin
Quote from Scawen :Jeremy Clarkson is one of these right-wing nutcases that just thinks we should burn whatever we can and have a jolly good time and **** the consequences. He writes in the same newspaper that Boris Johnson used to write in, a terrible paper called the "Telegraph" or "Torygraph" which indoctrinates its readers to hate the environment, cyclists and wind turbines.

I used to find Top Gear amusing but gradually got more annoyed with the stupidity of it that seemed to be increasing until it got taken off air after Clarkson punched a producer because he couldn't get a steak.

A lot of British people have a similar kind of attitude. You can tell by the popularity of SUV type cars and so on, designed to look big and tough. They are quite sad people really and are obstacles to progress.

Stereotyping people is not very fair, and unless you had actually met a huge percentage of the population any opinion could only be based on the circle of people you get to meet or hear about. Also which cars are popular changes for each age group and location

Regarding kyoto photo

Looks great and i look forward to getting to see this in VR
Quote from bishtop :Stereotyping people is not very fair, and unless you had actually met a huge percentage of the population any opinion could only be based on the circle of people you get to meet or hear about. Also which cars are popular changes for each age group and location
...

It is a fact that SUV's sales are growing, not just a stereotype (and it is not just in uk Wink ) :
https://www.jato.com/global-suv-boom-continues-in-2018-but-growth-moderates/
https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/best-cars/94280/best-selling-cars-in-the-uk
And indeed it is not a so brilliant idea that more and more people are buying cars like this as obviously they are not the most efficient ones to transport individual people !
Quote from Scawen :Jeremy Clarkson is one of these right-wing nutcases that just thinks we should burn whatever we can and have a jolly good time and **** the consequences. He writes in the same newspaper that Boris Johnson used to write in, a terrible paper called the "Telegraph" or "Torygraph" which indoctrinates its readers to hate the environment, cyclists and wind turbines.

I used to find Top Gear amusing but gradually got more annoyed with the stupidity of it that seemed to be increasing until it got taken off air after Clarkson punched a producer because he couldn't get a steak.

A lot of British people have a similar kind of attitude. You can tell by the popularity of SUV type cars and so on, designed to look big and tough. They are quite sad people really and are obstacles to progress.

Love it!
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October Progress Report
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