Test trial 3D model

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  • Test trial 3d model
  • Test trial 3d model
  • Test trial 3d model
  • Test trial 3d model
  • Test trial 3d model
  • Test trial 3d model
  • Test trial 3d model
  • Test trial 3d model
  • Test trial 3d model
  • Test trial 3d model
  • Test trial 3d model
  • Test trial 3d model
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Available formats

  • 3D Studio (.3ds)
  • 3DS MAX v.2018-19 Arnold (.max)
  • 3DS MAX v.2011-19 Corona (.max)
  • 3DS MAX v.2011-19 Maxwell (.max)
  • 3DS MAX v.2008-18 Mental Ray (.max)
  • 3DS MAX v.2008-19 Scanline (.max)
  • 3DS MAX v.2008-19 V-Ray (.max)
  • Autodesk FBX (.fbx)
  • Blender v.2.6- 2.8 (.blend)
  • Cinema 4D v.11-19 (.c4d)
  • Cinema 4D V-Ray v.11-19 (.c4d)
  • Collada (.dae)
  • DAZ Studio (.duf)
  • glTF 2.0 file (.gltf)
  • Keyshot (.bip)
  • Lightwave v.6-2018 (.lwo)
  • Maxwell studio (.mxs)
  • Maya v.2017 - 2018 Arnold (.mb)
  • Maya v.2011 - 2019 Mental Ray (.mb)
  • Maya v.2011 - 2018 V-Ray (.mb)
  • Maya v.8.5 - 2018 (.mb)
  • Photoshop CS3-CC (.psd)
  • Rhinoceros 3D v.4-6 (.3dm)
  • Stereolithography (.stl)
  • USDZ file (.usdz)
  • Wavefront OBJ (.obj)
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Comments (5)
  • Geometry:

    Polygonal
  • Polygons:

    702000
  • Vertices:

    742000
  • Materials:

    yes
  • Trial version, for test only

3D model based on a real car, created according to the original dimensions.

All main parts of the model are separated objects. You can easy change all materials.

We provide several formats for each model, most of them available by default.

Images rendered with using V-Ray plugin, lighting and environment don’t include to a set.

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  1. says:

    5 stars

    Another fun vehicle to work on.

  2. says:

    Amazing

  3. says:

    The quality of this data is to a proffesional standard. If all of Hum3D models are as good as this, then ths is my go-to resourse for complex models. I look forward working with more of your geometry.

  4. says:

    Hello Hum3D. Thank you for your update. This car model with interior and engine is a very valuable 3D-Model. Amazing! Never the less, I have one suggestion: Hum3D could organize the car models in a more comfortable hierarchy, by subdividing all components into few subgroups (null-objects), such as car body, movable doors, wheels, interior… This would make your already very valuable 3D-Models even more easy to be reorganized in any project. For example, I always apply to Hum3D car models Xpresso rigs to the wheels (to make them turn while the car moves) or sometimes to the doors (just to open/close them). I think these Xpresso-rig operations could be made much quicker if each wheel or each door would be already organized strategically in subgroups or units. This is just an idea and I wanted to share it with Hum3D. Best regards, Antonio Generoso

  5. says:

    Absolutely fantastic, will definately use in future!

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