Design: Envision Virgin Racing ACC Custom Livery
Formula E. People seem to either love it or hate it. Myself, I think the series has great potential but still has some problems to overcome. However, it is undeniable that Formula E has spawned some great-looking liveries.
Like the Audi e-tron FE07 before, I based this livery on the 2019 Audi R8 LMS Evo. A logical choice, since the Envision Virgin Racing team in Formula E uses Audi’s drivetrain.
I chose this as my Formula E x ACC conversion because I’ve been a fan of one of its drivers (Robin Frijns) ever since he won the World Series by Renault in his first attempt in 2012, beating out big names such as Jules Bianchi and Kevin Magnussen. I have followed his career ever since, from GP2 to GT World Challenge to Formula E.
First, we’ll have a quick tour of the livery which is based on the Formula E car pictured below, after which there’s a download link for a free download of the livery.
The ACC Custom Livery
Without much further ado, here’s the showcase video!
We’ll continue with some quick studio shots to give you a good look at the final result of my work. Let’s start with the front!
And now the back…
Variants of the ACC Custom livery
Included in the download are two variants, each for one driver. #4 is for Envision Virgin Racing’s no.1 driver, Robin Frijns, while #37 is for their no.2 driver Nick Cassidy. These versions differ on a couple of things:
- a different in-game race number,
- a different number on the roof,
- a different name on the door frames, and
- a different abbreviation on the roof.
See the previews below for what this looks like.
Download the ACC Custom Livery
The following link allows you to download the custom livery directly from my Google Drive.
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.
To showcase the livery a bit better, I took the car on the road (Oulton Park) to get some pictures. I added a bit of motion blur to the pictures to make them look a bit more realistic, but no further enhancements were done to the pictures (except the final one).
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