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Old 05-11-2011, 07:02 PM
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Default 2012 ASG Titan GTR II

Now nearing the end of development is the second generation version of ASG Designs flagship car, the Titan GTR II:



Details on the GTR will be released in the future along with the Titan GT, a 2-door coupe version that is currently in the works, so stay tuned...
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Old 05-13-2011, 05:08 AM
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Outside of the slight perspective issues, overall this is a great design. Just wondering, do you draw anything else outside of your own brand?
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Old 05-13-2011, 07:02 PM
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Thanks. I'm more concentrated towards my own brand, but lately I've been contemplating on creating my own interpretation of a modern looking 1969 Dodge Charger and a Nissan Silvia S16.
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Old 06-10-2011, 07:43 AM
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And here's the Titan GT (2-door coupe version).



2012 Titan GTR II (Shown at top of page)

Price: $35,000
On Sale: Spring 2012
Layout: F/AWD 4-door, 4-pass. coupe
Engine: Gasoline, Single Turbo DOHC 4.2L 32v V6, aluminum block
Power: 470 BHP @ 6500 RPM, 425 lb.-ft. Torque @ 5600 RPM
Redline: 6700 RPM
Transmissions: 6 MT, 5AT
Weight (lbs.): 3390 (Front: 52%/Rear: 48%)

The Titan GTR was conceived in the spring of 2010 to be an aggressive touring car with mid-level performance in order to compete in areas ranging from grassroots entry-level events, to off-road rally and Targa events, to hillclimbs and circuit events. This edition features a 4.2L (4211cc) V6 (replacing the more extreme Inline-8 used in the 1st-gen. GTR) with 4 valves per cylinder, A GReddy built TD07 turbocharger equipped with an 8-row intercooler, and transmission options that include the standard 6-speed manual, or the optional 5-speed automatic with both using a center 1.5 way open LSD. The vehicle also utilizes the ATESSA-ETS Pro system for more traction during hard acceleration in any given condition. Compared to it's predecessor, this car weighs a tad heavier by 60 pounds but has recieved a power increase of 5HP and 24 lbs-ft. of torque which nearly makes up for the weight increase.

2012 Titan GT Coupe (Shown above)

Price: $18,900
On Sale: Spring 2012
Layout: F/R, 2-door, 2 pass. coupe
Engine: Gasoline, Single Turbo DOHC 2.2L 20v Inline-4, aluminum block
Power: 265 BHP @ 7100 RPM, 227 lb.-ft. Torque @ 5200 RPM
Redline: 7200 RPM
Transmission: 6 MT, 5AT
Weight (lbs.): 3256 (Front: 50%/Rear: 50%)

The Titan GT was created using the Titan platform as a base in response to the increasing demand for a low cost, front-engined RWD sport coupe for entry level performance driving. As the younger sibling to the Titan GTR II, the GT was created with performance in mind. It comes equipped with a 2.2 Liter (2199cc) Inline-4 with the same GReddy built TD07 turbocharger setup used in the GTR II. The GT's transmission options include the standard 6-speed manual, or the optional 5-speed automatic and a rear 1.5 way open LSD on both gearbox setups.
Although it weighs in at 3256 lbs., the Titan GT is currently the first and only car made by ASG to achieve 50/50 weight distribution.
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Old 06-19-2011, 08:45 PM
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Impressive job! The rendering is pretty well done and while there are some perspective issues, it's not a big deal.

The design is impressive as well, with those distinctive headlamps and that nice diving side crease. I do have two issues, though: the front grille is a bit generic-looking, and the blacked-out A-pillar gives the car a heavy Nissan GT-R vibe, perhaps not the best thing as it already shares that car's name.

Overall, though, I like it alot.
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Old 06-19-2011, 09:13 PM
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Thanks!! I've noticed the similarity between Nissan's GTR and mine. The next Titan GTR will have much more distance from the R35 GTR so that mine doesn't carry too much of a Nissan vibe. Although I will admit, the R35 was a heavy inspiration to my GTR.
As for the grill, I've decided to make the grills unique to each car in the future except for cars that were spawned from a parent car.
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