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The Sims 3: Fast Lane Stuff
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The Sims 3: Fast Lane Stuff
Fast Lane Box
Shift gears and take your Sims for a spin
Developer(s) EA Black Box
Publisher(s) Electronic Arts
Distributor(s) Electronic Arts
Series The Sims series
Engine The Sims 3 Engine
Version 5.8.1
Release date(s) NA September 7, 2010
EU September 9–10, 2010
Ratings ESRB: T
PEGI: 12
Media DVD, Digital Download
System requirements Minimum Hardware Requirements on TheSims3.com
Themes Racing, Classic Luxury, Intrigue, Rockabilly.
Portal:
Moodlet no frame door exit portal
Userbox:
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Shortcut:
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The Sims 3: Fast Lane Stuff is the second stuff pack released for The Sims 3. It was officially announced on June 28, 2010[1] and the official release in North America was September 7, 2010.[2] The release date for Europe was September 9. In some places, it was September 10.

FLS is centered around cars and the lifestyle of the Sims who drive cars. It features 12 new vehicles and many new objects and styles of clothing, as well as the Vehicle Enthusiast trait, created for FLS and available with Patch 15, released along with the Stuff Pack. The trait also enables Sims to have a relationship with their vehicle.

DescriptionEdit

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Shift gears and take your Sims for a spin with The Sims 3: Fast Lane Stuff. For the first time ever in a stuff pack, your Sims can get new cars along with furnishings, décor, and apparel in four distinct vehicle‐themed lifestyles. Will your Sims embody the speed demon way of life? Or cruise in classic luxury automobiles with the top down? Will they rebel against the establishment in pin‐up girl dresses and rockabilly tough guy attire? Or pursue a life of intrigue with spy‐themed, sexy apparel and automobiles? Whatever their lifestyle, The Sims 3 Fast Lane Stuff takes your Sims on the rides of their lives!

Game SummaryEdit

As the first stuff pack dedicated to vehicles and the fast-lane lifestyle, The Sims 3 Fast Lane Stuff pack allows the player to choose from four different lifestyle options: racing, intrigue, rockabilly and classic luxury. Each one offers unique items to outfit Sims with the newest fashions, home furnishings and vehicles. Now Sims can have the ultimate garage where they can store their hot rod, professional racing car or even their motorcycle. For example, there's a sponsor-laden racing jumpsuit, neon wall sign, trophy case, workbenches, tool boxes and loads more! Give them the ride they've always dreamed of, and the lifestyle to go along with it. With The Sims 3 Fast Lane Stuff pack, create the ultimate experience for the car enthusiast in you.

FeaturesEdit

  • Give Sims the rides they’ve always dreamed of and the lifestyles that go with them.
  • Enjoy four all new styles of fashions, furnishings, and vehicles: Racing, Intrigue, Rockabilly, and Classic Luxury.
  • Create the ultimate garage to house your Sim’s professional race car or hot rod.
  • Deck out your Sim’s house in luxurious accessories to match their sleek, new, luxurious rides.
  • Car relationships: With this stuff pack, Sims will be able to develop a relationship with their car. The car will appear in your friends tab and the more a Sim drives a vehicle, the better the relationship becomes. A Sim will eventually be able to name the vehicle.
  • New Trait: Vehicle Enthusiast is a new trait available. It was released for FLS with Patch 15, for all Simmers, even without the stuff pack. It will allow a Sim to develop a relationship with their vehicle faster and enables a Sim to name their vehicle immediately.
  • New radio station: A new radio station, rockabilly, is added.
  • New objects: Along with new cars, new objects for each theme listed below, are added, with the exception of the intrigue theme.
    • Classic Luxury: Cruise in classic luxury automobiles with the top down. Inspired by vintage cars of the 1930s.
    • Racing: Embody the speed demon way of life. Inspired by Formula 1 racing in the 90s and 2000s.
    • Intrigue: Spy‐themed, sexy apparel and automobiles. Possibly inspired by modern super-cars and James Bond movies from the 2000s.
    • Rockabilly: Rebel against the establishment in pin-up girl dresses and rockabilly tough guy attire. Inspired by the American 50s.

CarsEdit

ImageModelsPriceSpeedThemeBased onNotes & Trivia
Fls screen 14 The Velocity §175,000 10 Racing Based on Formula One race cars.
FLS screen 7 The Fitzgerald §22,000 6 Racing Based upon a mid twentieth century Formula race car.
FLS screen 8 The Jamboree §4,500 6 Racing Resembles a Suzuki GSX600F Katana.
Fls screen 12 Classic Convertible §43,000 6 Luxury Based on the 1940 Pontiac Coupe Convertible.
Fls trailer screen curvy luxury car Anachronous Automobile §27,000 5 Luxury Based on the Bugatti Type 57 Atlantic and Talbot Lago T-150.
FLS screen 4 Rock Town 3000 §14,500 6 Rockabilly Based on 1960s Dodge Charger.
Fls trailer screen hot rod car Summertime Souped-Up Ride §47,000 4 Rockabilly Resembles a 1940s Mercury Eight 2-door coupe.
Fls screen 15 Heartbreak Hot Rod §8,100 4 Rockabilly Based on a 1940 Chevrolet Pickup 2.
Fls screen trailer scooter Scoot Mobile §3,500 2 Rockabilly Based upon a Piaggio Vespa.
Fls trailer screen red supercar La Matea §41,000 7 Intrigue Based on the Mercedes Benz SL-Class.
Fls screen cc The Empire Eidolon §110,000 10 Intrigue Based of the Lamborghini Gallardo.
FLS screen 10 Requiescence §90,000 9 Intrigue Based of the Maybach Exelero.

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Fast Lane Stuff was rumored about a month before the official announcement, though the title and theme was only rumored a few days before the official announcement[3]

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

"The Sims" Chronology
Preceded by
The Sims 3: Ambitions
June 1, 2010
The Sims series PC games Followed by
The Sims 3: Late Night
October 26, 2010
Preceded by
The Sims 3: High-End Loft Stuff
February 2, 2010
The Sims 3 stuff packs Followed by
The Sims 3: Outdoor Living Stuff
February 1, 2011
The Sims series stuff packs

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