The realistic 3D model of the smallest three-wheeled microcar -- Peel P50.
// GENERAL \\ - Originally created in 3ds Max 2015; - Include a high-detailed model with materials, high resolution textures and HDRI; - Previews was rendered in 3ds Max 2015 with V-Ray 3.20.03 and bit posted in PS.
// SPECS \\ - This model contains 43 objects which collected into a group; - All symmetrical objects have a Symmetry modifers; - Car has two instance Turbosmooth modifers (first for main parts like a body and lamps, second (marked as '1 iter') for tires and small objects); - All objects have unique name; - No special plugin needed to open scene; - Based on subdivided geometry; - Contains only quads and tris; - Unit system is set to milimeters; - Model is built to real-world scale (length: 1272 mm; width: 945 mm; height: 1100 mm);
hdri_studio.hdr -- 10000x5000 (used for render preview)
// SPECIAL NOTES \\ - The door can be opened by z-rotating of Dummy object with local coordinates; - OBJ is directly exported from 3Ds Max without materials.
// INFORMATION ABOUT THE CAR \\ - Peel P50 was featured in TV show 'Top Gear' 10 season 3 ep; - Manufactured by the Peel Engineering Company from 1962 to 1965; - Peel P50 was listed in the 2010 Guinness Book of Records, as the smallest production automobile.