Accurate very high definition Volkswagen Type 2 accessory models fully textured. Various roof racks, ladders, suitcases and surfboards with rack are included. The parts fit to our Volkswagen Type 2 / T1 models.
Most parts of the models 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 lowest 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 poygon count of the base version of the accessory models which is not smoothed is the same as the lower resolution available for other software packages. Please see below.
For other software packages that do not support SubDivision surfaces the models are available in 2 different resolutions listed below:
Roof Rack S 8736 and 139968 polygons
Roof Rack M 11422 and 182976 polygons
Roof Rack L 14108 and 225984 polygons
Roof Rack XL 19480 and 312008 polygons
Ladders 12770 and 205808 polygons
Suitcases 91832 and 1469708 polygons
Surfboard Rack 32096 and 514560 polygons
Surfboards Version 1 and 2 1756 and 28080 polygons
Surfboards Version 3 and 4 2272 and 36368 polygons
3ds Max 2010 / 3ds Max 2013 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.
3ds Max 2010 version has standard 3ds Max materials applied.
3ds Max 2013 version has VRay materials applied.
Maya 2013 Format:
A selection set for all SubDivision surface parts is included so you can change the resolution easily.
Maya 2010/ FBX/ Cinema 4D 9.6/ Lwo 6.0 / Obj/ 3ds Format:
Models are available in 2 different resolutions.
Previews rendered in 3ds Max using VRay.
In this, you can see there are accessories like surfboard racks luggage racks with ladders shown in this 3D model of Volkswagen T1.
The Journey of Volkswagen T1
During a casual visit to the Volkswagen factory, a strange vehicle modified by the workers to carry the material caught the attention of Bernardus Marinus Pon (Ben Pon) known as the inventor of T1. Ben got the idea of designing a vehicle that could take the heavy load and meet the industrial needs across Europe.
In 1950 Volkswagen introduced their first generation van based on their famous car, beetle. Just like Beetle, the Volkswagen T1 was an instant success; it became a symbol for the people to transport and due to its durability, and the industries used the van to transport goods in Europe.
Volkswagen T1 became popular all over the world and it received numerous nicknames, some of the widely used nicknames are “minibus”, “Hippie bus”, “Bulli” and many more were used around the world.
As popular as the T1 was, people also loved the Volkswagen T1 accessories, as T1 transporter became an icon in the hippie culture of America in the 1960s, used for carrying the camping gears, suitcases, surfboards and much more on the travel.
As you can see 3D model specifications of Volkswagen T1 accessories, you can use in the projects where you will use the Volkswagen T1 van. These models are in very high definition so you can use it where you need detailed visualization of the objects from round the corners. It’s available in various formats so you can use it with various rendering software.
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