Accurate very high definition Volkswagen Beetle 1963 1200 Deluxe model with highly detailed interior fully textured. Headlights and taillights are modelled, doors can be opened. The model includes modeled tires.
Most parts of the model have been created as SubDivision/TurboSmooth surface. This means using the 3dSMax or the Maya 2013 version you can change the resolution/smoothness of the surface very easy.
If you import the low resolution of the .obj .fbx or .lwo version into a 3D Software that supports SubDivision surfaces you can also change the resolution/smoothness of the surface very easy. The base version of the model which is not smoothed has of 892796 polygons.
In 2003, the decision to cease production of Beetle was made. In honor of this event, Volkswagen releases a commemorative series called “Ultima Ediction”. It comes in a limited edition of 3000pcs and is intended only for sale in Mexico. July 30, 2003 the last Volkswagen Beetle left the conveyor. On this the story of its production is over. This “Beetle” in the colors of Harvest Moon Beige was in Avtomuzey in the city of Wolfsburg.
The “Beetles” conquered the world with a combination of extraordinary appearance with reliable simplicity, their absolute harmony!
For other software packages that do not support SubDivision surfaces the model is available in 2 different resolutions ranging from 892796 to 5486903 polygons.
Max 2010 Format:
TurboSmooth is applied so you can set the object resolution as you like. Just use the Named Selection Set TurboSmooth to select the SubD objects and the Named Selection Set interior for the interior. The doors are animated.
Maya 2013 Format:
A selection set for all SubDivision surface parts is included so you can change the resolution easily.
A display layer for the interior is included so you can hide it easily if needed.
Maya 2010/ FBX/ Cinema 4D 9.6/ Lwo 6.0 / Obj/ 3ds Format:
In 2 different resolutions. Interior and exterior are saved separately so you can use the car also without the interior.
Previews rendered in 3dsMax using VRay. Please note that the VRay materials and light settings are not included.