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This is a 3D low poly model ,it was designed to provide a high definition in a low poly. Standard low-poly mesh with specific poly count. It`s the most accurate and realistic Williams FW38 of the market. It has all of details of FW38 model. Rigged in the maya version. This is a recreation of Williams FW38 model,it can suffer modification over the season. Included all types os wheels, Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas, theirs helmets and the steering wheel. The model is completely ready for use visualization in maya. For low poly model simply press 1 and for the high resolution press 3. In Cinema4d go to function menu and subdivide. In 3dmax meshsmooth In the low poly: Poly count : 76031 Vertex count : 79895 In the high poly: Poly count : 124680 Vertex count : 1261015 Textures included. Each texture is in jpg format and have a 4K texture resolution for high quality It has three UV textures, one for the car , other for the tires and the last one for the driver. It has color textures, specular textures, displacement textures,bump textures. The files are obj, fbx, mb ,c4d and 3DS. Included 7 different poses of each driver. In formats c4d, 3ds, obj and fbx model exported to standard materials (textures), not contain mental ray shaders. files with the model does not contain extraneous or hidden objects (lights, cameras, etc.) Included rigging and constrains, blend shapes and driven keys only in the maya format. In the maya format you can easily change the wheels, the pilot and the DRS(open and close). original file format maya render in linear sRGB