ACC Livery Resource: CarModelType & SkinTemplate overviews


This is an old post. If you are looking for a tutorial on how to make full custom liveries, click here for my written tutorial.

If you are simply looking for the templates, click here.

Now that the custom, user-made liveries have been made client-side by Kunos, there’s been a large increase in interest in creating liveries. I would know, because the interest in my original tutorial post multiplied threefold.

Because the method described in that post changed, certain parts of it have been made redundant. Meanwhile, the new 2019 cars have been added, as well as new SkinTemplate’s (the base livery you can edit). This meant that I decided to rewrite (parts) of the tutorial, and to create better tools for us to use – starting with a clear overview of all SkinTemplates per carModelType. Other resources and tutorials will be added in my new ‘ACC Hub’-page.

Below, you will first find an overview of all cars and their available skintemplates (ranging from 100-104). Green means that the particular car has a skinTemplate available under that number, while red means it hasn’t.

CarModelType overview

Pictured: an overview of all available cars and their skintemplate numbers.

Now, what does this look like? Up until now, there was only one way to check what number corresponds to what livery due to Kunos Simulazione’s ‘lacklustre’ documentation. Up until now!

My trusty companion Andreas (who also helped creating resources for the first tutorial) screenshotted all liveries using the same three colors: white (primary color), red (secondary color) and blue (tertiary color). This resulted in 75 screenshots.

Below, I indexed all 71 of his screenshots. Just click on the car you want to view the base templates of and it will unfold! (PS: I’m sorry about the compression, WordPress can be a bit of a bitch sometimes.)

Edit: please note, the pictures will not load on (most) iPhones for some reason. Sorry.

SkinTemplate overview

Aston Martin

#12 ASTON MARTIN Vantage V12 GT3

#20 ASTON MARTIN AMR V8 GT3

Audi

#3 AUDI R8 LMS

#19 AUDI R8 LMS Evo

Bentley

#8 BENTLEY Continental GT3 (new)

#11 BENTLEY Continental GT3 (old)

BMW

#7 BMW M6 GT3

Ferrari

#2 FERRARI 488 GT3

Honda

#17 HONDA NSX GT3

#21 HONDA NSX GT3 Evo

Jaguar

#14 JAGUAR G3

Lamborghini

#4 LAMBORGHINI Huracan GT3

#16 LAMBORGHINI Huracan GT3 Evo

#18 LAMBORGHINI Huracan ST

#13 REITER ENGINEERING Gallardo R-EX*

Lexus

#15 LEXUS RC F GT3

None. 🙁

McLaren

#5 MCLAREN 650S GT3

#22 MCLAREN 720S GT3

Mercedes

#1 MERCEDES AMG GT3

Nissan

#6 NISSAN GT-R Nismo GT3 (new)

#10 NISSAN GT-R Nismo GT3 (old)

Porsche

#0 PORSCHE 991II GT3 R (old)

#9 PORSCHE 991II GT3 Cup

#23 PORSCHE 991II GT3 R (new)

Reiter Engineering*

#13 REITER ENGINEERING Gallardo R-EX

*I didn’t know whether to file the REX under Lamborghini or Reiter, so I did both. Hate me.

As an addendum, feel free to reach out to me via email or other media if you know how I can fix WordPress downsizing my images as much as it does. Unfortunately, due to the way the unfolding mechanism works, I can not host them externally.

3 Responses

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