I don’t know what “K dynamics” means, but here are some quirky observations I made.
Top speed of a vehicle seems to be only affected by:
[ul][li]drive power, obviously – the more, the better[/li]
[li]number/size of wheels – more and larger wheels will slow you down[/li]
[li]vehicle size – but only width seems to be taken into account[/li]
[li]vehicle mass – but only a little if at all[/li]
[li]driving over piles of rocks/metal wreckage (the speedometer will not show it tho)[/li][/ul]
Also, two and more engines will have diminishing returns, to the point where installing an additional weak engine will actually lower your top speed. There goes my plan of installing a secondary gasoline engine just to be able to recharge batteries in times of power scarcity. (It would be nice to have a non-engine epower generator, for this reason.)
Is there anything I am obviously missing?
And what is “K dynamics”?
EDIT: Ohhh, I did a forum search and it yielded some useful info, whereas it did not when I did it previously.
K Dynamics is friction coefficient which is calculated from your vehicle configuration (including width, amount of wheels and I would guess windshields). K Mass is how much the vehicle mass will slow it down. Both values are ideal at 100%, worst at 0%.