Mercedes F125 concept high detailed rigged 3D model, vray, standard materials and multiple import formats.
The Mercedes-Benz F125 is an electrically driven, hydrogen fuel cell concept car unveiled at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show. It is named 125 to celebrate the 125th anniversary of Mercedes-Benz. The 197 in (5.00 m) long car has two Gull-wing doors and provides access to the four seats. Powered by an electric motor at each wheel creating a rear-drive biased four-wheel drive 'e4MATIC' system. The front motors provide 67 bhp and the rear 134 bhp with a total peak of 308 bhp electric motor, powered by a 10-kWh capacity lithium-sulfur battery located in a vertical position behind the rear seats. The batteries are provided energy by a hydrogen fuel cell located between the front wheels. The F125 has a claimed acceleration time to 62mph in 4.9 seconds and a top speed of 220mph.
All exterior parts and interiors have been carefully modeled on real reference pictures. Wheels, body, grids, logos, cameras, lights etc are grouped for an easy management of the scene.
Linear workflow gamma 2.2 optimized textures
All parts are STILL EDITABLE, changing meshsmooth iterations this model become suitable for every kind of needs: realistic animations and super realistic stills.
Lighting and 2 Vray physical cameras fully set to render, move the camera and just press Render. . All Materials and 4096x4096 textures included diffuse, specular, bump, opacity, displacement. Unwrapped UVs Really easy to customize the car body texture and export in different formats.
Wheels rigged, doors grouped and pivot aligned to open accordingly to the real car.
9 textures 1 mat file
Max 9 Vray and standard materials, OBJ, 3ds, fbx, c4d, collada formats available.
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