Triumph America 2012
This model was made entirely with 3ds Max 2010, and from polygonal surfaces. In includes all necessary textures, such as bodywork, speedometer, emblems and a license plate. The bodywork textures are marked in case they need to be modified.
MeshSmooth can be applied in most of the geometry if a higher poly count is desired.
Standard and Brazil r/s are included in the MAX file, the latter with the materials used in the renders above.
The Triumph America is a British Motorcycle designed and built in Hinckley, Leicestershire by Triumph motorcycles Ltd.
Compared to standard Triumph, the Triumph America has a very different ride, with the wheelbase extended 6.4 inches to 65.2 inches, making it 6.8 inches longer overall. The saddle was lowered 2.2 inches and the steering head rake angle increased by 4.3 degrees giving a 33.3 degree rake. The America had the Bonneville’s 12.2 inches front disc but the front wheel was reduced to 18 inches diameter and the rear wheel to 15 inches with a larger 11.2 inches disc brake.
The America also had a larger fuel tank with a ‘chromed’ plastic console to house the filler, 4.5 inch diameter speedometer and warning lights. The side panels were extended with sheet-metal covers over the passenger-peg brackets and perforated chrome fitting behind the carburettors to provide the ‘retro look’ of the air-filter covers from the 1960 Triumph twins. The rider’s footrests were also moved to the front of the engine to create a ‘cruiser’ riding position.
At FlatPyramid, we have developed a stunning 3D model of the Triumph America 2012. It is available in different formats for various purposes. It can be used for difficult architectural visualizations, animations and gaming. MeshSmooth can be applied in most of the geometry if a higher poly count is desired.
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