Retrofuturistic Ambulance Low-poly 3D model

This is a lowpoly model of a wrecked retrofuturistic ambulance, ready for use in games or projects.

Model information:

17.2K Vertices

The model features:

  • detailed chassis (underside) of the vehicle, with modeled axles, suspension, engine, and exhaust pipes.

  • detailed interior

The archive includes the model and 4 texture sets.

The archive includes the model in the .fbx (ver. 2014/2015) and .obj format.

The textures were made using the PBR Metallic Roughness workflow.

The texture types included in the archive are: normal textures, base color textures, opacity textures, roughness textures, metallic textures and ambient occlusion textures.

The ambulance's texture set is in 4096x4096 resolution, the rest is in 2048x2048.

If you'd like to have custom textures made for this model, or a custom variant of it, for example a clean version, please message me.

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    3D model formats
    • Autodesk FBX 2014 (.fbx)54.1 MB
    • OBJ (.obj, .mtl)54.1 MB
    3D model details
    • Publish date2019-01-27
    • Model ID#1883082
    • Animated
    • Rigged
    • VR / AR / Low-poly
    • PBR approved
    • Geometry Polygon mesh
    • Polygons 30,657
    • Vertices 177,464
    • Textures
    • Materials
    • UV Mapping
    • Unwrapped UVs Non-overlapping
    • Plugins used