A Technic PF model of the 5th Generation Honda Civic released in 1992. It's 13 studs wide and can be steered and driven by remote. PF elements crammed in the car include: 2 M motors, 1 IR sensor, 1 battery box.
About this creation
The battery box is very big relative to this 13 stud wide model. I used it as a reinforcing structure for the second half of the car.
Hood, doors and tailgate all can be opened.
Return to centre steering mechanism courtesy of Sheepo.
Red on/off switch connected to the PF battery box behind the driver seat.
The IR sensor is normally hidden as part of the sunroof.
Simple drive system: 3 spur gears connecting the PF M motor to the axle, no differential.
The blueprint of the actual car which I based the dimensions on.
Thanks everyone! I thought of using the battery box as the reinforcing structure simply because... there was no other choice. The box could not fit elsewhere. I chose to make the hatchback version instead of the sedan to fit the PF M motor needed to drive the rear wheels... again due to the space limitation. It's a very interesting build when you have so many constraints to deal with!
Wow! That may be the best PF car I've ever seen! I love the small size and the placement of the electronics. The details are astounding in this scale!
By the way, you should try commenting on others' MOCs. This may help your creations be noticed more.