Porsche Mission R – ACC Custom Livery

It’s been a while since I’ve finished a custom livery for Assetto Corsa Competizione (ACC). July 24th 2021, to be exact. That isn’t to say I didn’t start making any in between. There’s actually still a couple I started and still plan on finishing, but those need more time.

In the meantime, I decided I’d do something a bit more simple. A design I wanted to do ever since I first laid eyes on the source material – the Porsche Mission R. If you watched the video above – or just the thumbnail – and already decided you want to sport this livery in ACC, click the link below!

Click to download the Porsche Mission R Livery

Mission R

If you don’t know about the Mission R project by Porsche, it is basically an electric concept car of what the electric GT3 car of the future could be. What that looks – and sounds – like is best described by this Top Gear Magazine video. But, you can also have some studio pictures, just to get the picture (and yes, that pun was intended).

All pictures’ credits belong to Porsche

Not only do I really like the look of this car, I also love how effective the minimalist livery is. See below to discover what it looks like on a current GT3 racing car, the Porsche 991 II GT3 R!

The Mission R ACC Custom Livery – Studio shots

Download the Mission R – ACC Custom Livery

The following link allows you to download the custom livery directly from my Google Drive.

Click to download the Porsche Mission R Livery

If you want to know how to install this livery, I explain it in this post. If you want to start making your own, click here for my tutorial to get started. And, if you want to see my custom ACC liveries, feel free to check them out here.

The Mission R – ACC Custom Livery live shots

To showcase the livery a bit better, I took the car on the road (Donington Park) to get some pictures. Took me a few minutes to get used to the new Cinematic HUD which was introduced in v1.8, but some really turned out nice.

And, an edited version of the shot above which I used for the post and video thumbnail;

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