Hi-DEF 3D Reconstruction of one of the most famous record cars 'La Jamais Contente' ['The Never Satisfied']. It was the first vehicle to break the 100 km/h [62 mph] barrier. It was an electric vehicle with a light alloy [partinium] torpedo shaped bodywork.
The land speed record was established on April 29/May 1, 1899 at Achères, Yvelines near Paris, France. Its creator and driver was the Belgian Camille Jenatzy. Jenatzy reached the speed of 105.882 km/h [65.792 mph].
In the 3D Package you will find:
A-Hi-DEF 3D Model of 'La Jamais Contente';
B-The 4 Wheels and most of the Mechanical Parts are all reconstructued, movable and ready for animation;
C-The Front Wheels can be moved Right/Left and animated with all their mechanism [C4D, VUE, OBJ];
D-3 different types of Main colours for the car, as they are used with the commonest real-life reconstructions of 'La Jamais Contente': Dark Grey, Light Grey and Light Azure-Grey [C4D, VUE, OBJ];
E-11 Hi-DEF Photoreal textures [2048x466; 600x1600; 768x714; 756x893];
F-3 pre-set alternate Materials [C4D, VUE];
G-The car details are all modeled, i.e. rivets, nuts, mechanisms.
Accurate Photoreal, Perfect for every type of use, especially for Hi-DEF, Hi-Quality rendering and Close-Ups.