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Lexus GS (S160) 2004 Blueprint 3D model

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Lexus GS (S160) 2004 Blueprint 3d model was created on a real car base. Model of vehicle was made qualitatively and maximally close to the original.

We can convert 3D model into other formats, just send us a request.

Lexus GS (S160) 2004 Blueprint 3d model is provided combined. You can get un-smoothed model after purchasing 3D model by contacting us. As the other our cars this Lexus GS (S160) 2004 Blueprint 3D model has separated main parts so you can easily change materials and objects. In case if you have any difficulties with using this model of car please send us an email and we’ll provide assistance to you.

Send us a request if you need any improving of model.

* texture for side of tires is not included.
* images rendered with using V-Ray plugin, (we don’t include lighting and environment to the set).

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Lexus GS (S160) 2004 Lexus GS (S160) 2004
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Format Conversion & Color change
  • Geometry:

    Polygonal
  • Materials:

    yes

Multiple file formats

Up to 33% discount

Any custom adjustments

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Available formats

  • 3D Studio (.3ds)
  • 3DS MAX v.2011-17 Corona (.max)
  • 3DS MAX v.2011-17 Maxwell (.max)
  • 3DS MAX v.2008-17 Mental Ray (.max)
  • 3DS MAX v.2008-17 Scanline (.max)
  • 3DS MAX v.2008-17 V-Ray (.max)
  • Autodesk FBX (.fbx)
  • Blender v.2.6 (.blend)
  • Cinema 4D v.11-16 (.c4d)
  • Cinema 4D V-Ray v.11-16 (.c4d)
  • Collada (.dae)
  • DAZ Studio (.duf)
  • Lightwave v.6-2015 (.lwo)
  • Maxwell studio (.mxs)
  • Maya v.8.5 - 2016 (.mb)
  • Photoshop CS6 (.psd)
  • Stereolithography (.stl)
  • Wavefront OBJ (.obj)
  • What file format to choose?

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