Cosmos Automobiles is a Japanese car manufacturer loosely based on Mazda and Toyota, Founded in 1935 as a motorbike manufacturer and later transformed into a car brand in 1950. It mainly produces everyday cars and sportscars but it also makes racecars to compete in world racing events. The company was (and still is) pretty innovative with some of those innovations being Wankel and Miller Cycle engines. It has a partnership with Sokudo and Dondai.
1: Make ONLY Japanese cars
2: Make cars based on Mazda, Toyota or both.
3: Don't delete managers, curators and projects unless permitted by mouse007
4: Make cars that fit the Japanese regulations (see below)
5: If you want your car to be exported to other countries, you must make the cars fit BOTH the Japanese regulations AND other countries' regulations too (see below)
(you may skip this to "Tips" section)
Tailpipes: Tailpipes are not allowed to protrude past the car's body however tailpipes that are built into the side of the vehicle are allowed.
Body kits/Aero parts: Aerodynamic mirrors, windage trays under the tail section of the car and body kits using front bumper scoops are allowed. However all aerodynamic parts must fit and be molded correctly so they are flush with the car's body.
Fenders and Overfenders: All fenders and overfenders (including widebody style-kits) must not inhibit the turning of the car's wheels.
Spoilers: All spoilers (aftermarket or OEM) must not be wider than the car's rear and must be bolted to the car's trunk.
Lamps and reflectors: Front, side, and rear turn signals; brake lights, front and rear position lights, hazard warning lights, rear reflectors, low and high beam headlamps are all required. Sidemarker reflectors and lights and fog and driving lamps are permitted. All devices must function correctly and emit or reflect the required colours of light.
Windows: No tint can be present on driver and passenger side windows however commercial UV window blocker is allowed. Lexan windows are not allowed unless they are approved via a case by case basis. Stickers/banners on the front windshield and rear glass are not allowed. Etching on the windows, with the exception of VIN information, is not allowed.
(these do NOT apply to racecars)
1: Don't make the engine displacement over 1.6lt because it increases road tax in Japan.
>Try using VVT, VTEC or turbochargers to increase engine power output.
2: Don't make the cars too big because of the same reason.
>Try making compact cars. Big cars in Japan are targeted to people who have enough money to pay for the road tax.