High resolution and very accurate 3d model created according to real reference. Native format is Cinema 4d, the model can use Hypernurbs subdivision. Other formats are exported in one resolution. This can be further subdivided. Exported formats 3ds, max, fbx and obj are prepared well to work correctly with every standard modeling software such as Maya, Lightwave etc... Using FBX file for import is strongly recommended because it preserves basic material properties, objects hierarchy, uvw coordinates and quad geometry. 3ds format preserves basic material properties, hierarchy and uvw coordinates, but all geometry is triangular. Max format includes hierarchy, quad geometry, Turbosmooth and standard materials. OBJ format preserves only quad geometry and uvw coordinates. Each format of model (except for OBJ) has a hierarchy of parents and children objects ready to animate manually or using any car animation plugin. All mesh parts separated by material are joined under one empty (no polygons) object used as their pivot. All materials, textures and objects are sorted well to make Your own materials for special render engines.
ONLY native c4d version has some special following features. It is animated using Xpresso (no keyframes), working smooth also with AR or Physical render's motion blur. Model in c4d format includes exterior and interior lighting, automatic reverse, and brake lights.
Montego MX Villager 1970 3D model textures are included with all files, main texture's size is 3072x3072 pixels split onto these channels - xxx_tex.jpg (diffuse color), xxx_bum.jpg (bump), xxx_spe.jpg (specular color and intensity), xxx_ref.jpg (reflectance intensity), xxx_lum.jpg (luminance color). C4D version comes with standard and Vray materials. Vray engine doesn't support motion blur of other than keyframed motion. Previews were rendered using Cinema 4d 11.5 Model scale is unit millimeters. Environment scene where the car is placed is not included!
This model was created, saved and exported from Cinema 4d 11.5. Compatibility level with other versions may be restricted due to changes in versions of software, because some features, shaders etc may be renamed or removed from Cinema 4D versions above 11.5.
For 1968, Mercury introduced the Montego as part of its intermediate Mercury Comet product line, consolidating the Comet Capri and Comet Caliente into a single nameplate; the high-performance Mercury Cyclone became a distinct model line. As the Comet was the Mercury counterpart of the Ford Fairlane, the Montego was introduced alongside the Ford Torino. For 1970, Mercury intermediates adopted the Montego nameplate entirely (as the Comet became the Mercury counterpart of the Ford Maverick).
The first-generation Montego was offered as a four-door sedan, two-door hardtop, four-door station wagon, and two-door convertible. The model line was offered in base and MX trims (replacing the Comet Capri and Comet Caliente, respectively).
For 1970, the Montego underwent a mid-cycle exterior redesign to add a forward-thrusting hood and grille design. The convertible was withdrawn, replaced by a four-door hardtop. For all sedans, a MX Brougham trim was added (with a woodgrained MX Villager station wagon), distinguished by concealed headlamps.