What every car maker should put on sale

  • A supermini with a top model of ~200bhp.
  • A fashionable supermini w/coupe style available and models rising to ~375bhp.
  • A family to premium hatchback with hot models of ~200, 275 and 400/450bhp.
  • An old-school hatchback/saloon model, with a ~225bhp top model.
  • A proper crossover designed to go off-road.
  • A compact saloon with a ~500bhp top model.
  • A mid-size executive car.
  • A luxury to super luxury car.
  • A high-performance MPV.
  • A proper family SUV designed to go off-road.
  • A pick-up truck that can drift.
  • A ~150bhp small, lightly powerful roadster
  • A small, mid-engined coupe of no more than 200bhp.
  • A four-door coupe, with ~275bhp top model.
  • A ~275bhp mid-engined roadster, with models increasing to ~400bhp (more with modifications).
  • A 90s style, ~200bhp base coupe. Preferably with models going upwards to ~450bhp and beyond (where modifications apply).
  • A 90s style, ~300bhp base coupe. Possibly with different body styles and models going up to ~900bhp (with serious modification).
  • A supercar with powers varying from ~400-600bhp.
  • A ~550bhp grand tourer.
  • A ‘superhatch’, combining a supercar and hatchback. ~500bhp plus roadster model.
  • A 750-800bhp super-to-hyper car.
  • A ~975bhp hypercar, with a race version of ~1075bhp.
  • A time attack car for the road.
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