Roberts Racing Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo2 || ACC Custom Livery
Some cars, like the Ferrari 296 GT3, are instantly popular. Others might be more of an acquired taste. I think an example of the latter one is the Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo2. A wicked-looking car, but one I haven’t received many commissions for. Until now.
The first Lamborghini I have been working on in a long time (and the second overall, after the Lotus 99T) is from a return customer. Roberts, for whom I previously made a BMW M4 GT3 livery, was now in need of a Lamborghini livery for him and his team. As well as a Porsche livery, but at the time of writing I still need to start working on that one. Sorry Simon.
The Lamborghini is a great fit for the design language I developed for the BMW. Initially, they wanted me to experiment a bit with the color scheme. But, ultimately we decided the blue, white and grey livery was the right way to go forward. I even made a little logo for the team to use on the livery;
The final result can be seen in the video (above) or screenshots below. Do you want to download and use the final livery? Feel free to do so by clicking the big red bar below which leads you to my shared Google Drive.
- Do 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,
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Roberts Racing Lamborghini livery – studio shots
Roberts Racing Lamborghini livery – action shots
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