77I- Lowell Gandini 1975 1.0
by Azimech
uploaded 2016-10-04
(updated 2016-11-11)
stock rover
#Italian #Fictional #Supercar #Car #Rover


  • Type: SPH
  • Class: rover
  • Part Count: 150
  • Pure Stock


There are two car designers who’s work I love the most: Robert Opron, famous for the Citroën DS type 3, the Citroën GS, the Citröen CX and the Citroën SM. The other is Marcello Gandini, famous for the Lamborghini Countach, Miura and Espada, the Alfa Romeo Carabo, the Maserati Khamsin and the Citroën BX, the car I own and drive since 2003. Obviously, my favourite period in car design is the 1970’s.

This fictional Italian supercar is a homage to Gandini. It uses elements of multiple of his designs, most prominently the wedge, the louvres above the engine and the Kamm tail. It’s powered by fuel cells and 3 Juno’s. As a first it uses a boost flap to cut thrust from the jet engines, this works much faster than using the throttle considering the unrealistic spool times of the jet engines in KSP.

Sorry guys, no pop-up headlights on this one.


Parts: 148.

LxWxH: 6.4 x 2.4 x 1.7.

Mass tanks full: 8899 kg.

Mass tanks empty: 7999 kg.


Acceleration: 0-100 km/h: 4 seconds (using both electric and turbines).

Top speed: 267 km/h.

Max sustained speed in a turn: 238 km/h.

A stock aircraft called 77I- Lowell Gandini 1.0. Built with 150 of the finest parts, its root part is structuralIBeam1.

Built in the SPH in KSP version 1.2.1.

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