Ferrari Celeritas concept high detailed rigged 3D model, vray and standard materials.
Designed by IAAD (Istituto d'Arte Applicata e Design in Turin, Italy) student Aldo Schurmann, the Celeritas, translated from Latin as ‘swiftness' or ‘speed', is a two-seat, ultimate speed machine in the vein of the Enzo, designed 'for no other purpose than achieving outrageous speeds'. Schurmann took inspiration for the design from a horse and a shark and mirrors the Enzo's dimensions. Two active rear spoilers increase downforce and brake power, while the low profile, low cockpit and snug-driving position are all straight out of the How To Build An F1 Car book. The IAAD were finalists in the recent Ferrari World Design contest.
All parts have been carefully modeled on real reference pictures. Wheels, body, interiors doors, 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, stacks not collapsed. Changing meshsmooth iterations this model become suitable for every kind of needs: realistic animations and super realistic stills. . Polycount with no meshsmooth iterations
170380 polygons 171736 vertices
All Materials and 4096x4096 textures included diffuse, specular, bump, displacement. Unwrapped UVs Really easy to customize the car body texture and export in different formats.
10 textures in total Lighting set
Max 9 Vray and standard materials, multiple formats available:
Cinema4D OBJ FBX COLLADA 3ds
The model is available also with the environment and photorealistic exterior lighting as separate product.