Confederate P120 Fighter
The model was made in 3DS Max, and is available in .3ds, .max, .c4d and .obj formats. All objects are modelled with polygonal surfaces.
Fully detailed and textured. The detail is high enough for close-up renders.
Both standard and Brazil r/s materials included. No further adjustments ,changes or plug-ins needed to use the model.
The scene contains a total of 105,000 faces. TurboSmooth or MeshSmooth can still be applied in most parts for a higher polygon count.
Harley-Davidson might have set the mold for the archetypical American motorcycle, but it’s boutique brand Confederate that has taken it to the extreme. Confederate’s Hellcat and Wraith are glaringly unique machines – all metal and carbon, nasty skeletal designs dripping with confrontational attitude.
The P120 Fighter Combat-the latest model pushes that reputation to the next level by coupling a welded and bolted aluminum monocoque to a massive, 1965cc JIMS V-twin. With 160 horsepower pushing 460 pounds, this bike redefines the term power cruiser.
Confederate was formed on April 2, 1991. Thanks to advanced computer programming, Confederate never built a prototype. It went straight from AutoCAD to Solid Works to our CNC machine. First three quarters of operations, time was invested in due diligence and creating the new line of Confederate machines. Throughout the period of research and development in Baton Rouge each development prototype was broken down, examined and reconstructed constantly.
A rigid chassis is a prerequisite for handling the massive output of the big V-twin specified for this wild ride. Confederate will produce just 50 examples of the limited-edition P120 Fighter Combat, which like all Confederates is expensive at $72,000-roughly the same price as a Ducati Desmosedici RR.
The P120 might look and sound kinda like a bobbed cruiser, in which the rear wheel is driven through a close-ratio five-speed box and a chain – fair enough, you can’t expect a belt to cope with 160 horses while the brake discs are super high-performance carbon/ceramic. The exhausts are extremely short and exit basically right under the left-hand side of the engine, making for a ferocious but refined roar from the throttle.
At FlatPyramid, we have created a high polygon 3D model of Confederate P120 Fighter in various file formats like 3ds, .fbx .obj, .max, .c4D with high resolution and accurate dimensions maximally close to the original.
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