Haul mass: BeamNG.drive teases new trailer and car updates 

The BeamNG.drive team has released a new teaser showcasing a new trailer and sneaky peak at an upcoming car.
Haul mass: BeamNG.drive teases new trailer and car updates 

The BeamNG.drive development team is never stingy when it comes to providing teasers to its community, and the hype for the game’s upcoming v0.30 update is building nicely. 

Yesterday (22nd August 2023), the Bremen-based studio released an intriguing image showing a brand-new trailer type with a mystery vehicle obscured by the blinding Utah sun. 

BeamNG.drive has a few trailer types already

The trailer is a previously unseen piece of content, which looks nothing like BeamNG’s current array of seven trailer types thanks to its distinctive frontal piece. This overlapping section makes the new item a ‘gooseneck trailer’, which holds a distinct advantage over other towbar-mounted trailers in that it can haul more weight without compromising vehicle stability. 

But it’s the contents of the gooseneck trailer that are more intriguing, seeing as two vehicles – one of which is a Dunekicker – are on it. The second vehicle, which is partially hidden, appears to be another off-roader, and perhaps the same one teased by the team at the beginning of August. 

The SVS teased earlier this August

This image showed concept drawings of an aggressive-looking front-end with a bright green roll cage visible too, indicating this car is a side-by-side (commonly shortened to SxS or SVS) vehicle, apparently continuing the trend of BeamNG’s off-road focused v0.27 and 0.29 updates. 

Both the gooseneck trailer and SVS could come in BeamNG’s next update, but naturally due to their work-in-progress state may not make it to the game at all. Keep those fingers crossed.

What else would you like to see in BeamNG.drive’s v0.30 update? Let us know in the comments below. 

Featured image courtesy of BeamNG.drive

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