Ferrari Aliante concept rigged 3D model, Vray materials and multiple import formats.
The Ferrari Aliante Concept is a study of an extreme two-seat roadster created for the Ferrari World Design Contest 2011 by IED TUrin students Daniel Soriano, Arun Kumar and Magnus Grettve. The concept has the typical proportions of mid-engine sportscars, with a strong stance and planted feel resulting from the the minimal height, the muscular shoulders and the wedge-shaped front end. For the aggressive face the main inspiration was provided by the iconic Ferrari F40, while the elongated LED headlights and the large “mouth” recall the current 458 Italia. Another element typical of the brand is the transparent engine cover, which leaves exposed the engine and the hybrid system. The interior adopts a lotus leaf texture and is dust/water resistant, so that the car can be driven open in the rain, which enhances the Formula-like driving experience.
All exterior and interiors (simple) have been 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
WHEELS RIGGED, doors are grouped with pivots in the right place.
Lighting and cameras ready to render.
All Materials and 4096x4096 textures included diffuse, specular, bump, opacity, displacement, normal. Unwrapped UVs
max 9 Vray, OBJ, fbx, c4d, collada, STL formats available for download.
The max 9 standard materials version (mentalray built-in engine) is sold as a different product