Range Rover Supercharged

by Vertelvis
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3D Model by: Forza Motorsport 4
Edited and converted by: Vertelvis

Features:
- Full L0 and L1 models
- Highly detailed L0 model
- Custom collision model
- 3 License plate options
- Factory exterior colors included
- Factory interior colors included

Does not feature:
- A working bonnet and boot

Release:
From 01/02/13 onward I will release my mods on the following sites:
-www.gta4-mods.com
-www.gtainside.com
-www.vertelvis.com

I have reached an agreement with the site moderator of GTAinside to upload my mods there now too. All future mods will also be uploaded there. Replaces: Huntley
Rating:
7.94/10 - 16 votes
Downloads: 4,456
Added: August 12, 2013 12:23PM
Last Downloaded: April 20, 2014 6:16PM
File Size: 7.05 MB
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I really wish you would put 3D engines and trunk on your mods. Still a great work :D
Posted on August 12, 2013 12:52PM by AgenBlaze
Yup awesome cars Vertelvis ! But I only wish to ahve opened bonned and boot :) 10/10
Posted on August 12, 2013 12:54PM by adinhoa
Great work as usual Vertelvis! 10/10
Posted on August 12, 2013 12:54PM by ZBNYNC
Awesome 10/10, please make a 2013 Range Rover Sport or Vogue.
Posted on August 12, 2013 3:26PM by Im Watching You
No bonnet or boot? Sorry, but that's some half-assed work. Put some more effort into it. Atleast a boot should be easy to do...
Posted on August 13, 2013 12:34AM by SkylineGTRFreak
this Vertelvis guy doesn't open his car's trunk and hood in game so he doesn't make them openable at all. we should get over it ;). rated 9/10 btw
Posted on August 13, 2013 4:13AM by Driver097
@SkylineGTRFreak: While I respect your opinion, I do not agree with you. Not having a boot and bonnet is a decision I've made since my first Forza convert, based on two reasons:

As said above, I don't really value openable boots and bonnets in GTA as I mainly use modded cars to drive around in. Of course this is a matter of personal preference and I totally get that somebody else would feel differently.

More importantly though, Forza's models are not designed to have 3d engines and boots. When adding these to the Forza models you encounter so many problems (like interior cutting into the frame, wheels going through the trunk) that you basicly would need to remodel the entire chassis and undercarriage. For my intended use of a car mod, I do not feel that the time I would need to invest into doing so would be worth it.

This becomes a different matter when I create a car from scrath. Being able to plan and incorporate an engine and a boot to the car from the start makes the entire process a lot easier. By using this method I have created my Mercedes-Benz Sprinter mods, which have detailed engines and boots. (http://www.gta4-mods.com/vehicles/mercedes-benz-sprinter-2500---v14-f16347)

So to conclude, I do not feel my Forza converts are half-assed and display a lack of effort, I just choose to spend the effort differently. These include: Multiple versions of one car, multiple rimstyles, license plate options, realistic lights and factory in- and exterior colors.
Posted on August 13, 2013 4:59AM by Vertelvis
So, as a result, u r saying u r lazy on converting Forza model to IV, thx, now I get it :P

But I wouldn't say the boot and bonnet in IV have no values, they will work with animation IG, (u may see peds fixing the engine or searching un the trunk on the road), and it gain realism to the gameplay including crashing

Besides, almost all of the forza models have frame under their boot or bonnet, it's not 3D or HQ, but at least I wouldn't say they don't have engine or trunk, and in the obj file, they had separated from the body, so, it was just laziness or u really legally hate Forza for that :D
Posted on August 13, 2013 7:25AM by DesMan
@DesMan: You might call it lazyness, I just feel like I can spend my time better. So if to you that is lazy, then so be it, I would call it prioritizing.

I agree with you that the boot and bonnet have a value in GTA, I just don't think that they're very important. Granted, in an ideal world all my mods would have a working bonnet and boot but that'd mean every car would take twice the current time to complete, and in my mind, that's just not worth it.

And I know that the Forza models have a very basic engine and trunk, but to me they deteriorate the otherwise very high quality model so I'd rather have no engine and boot than using those.

In the end it all comes down to personal preference. I like the way that I do my cars, but I can also understand that some people might not. This is why I always clearly state in the description of a mod whether or not the car in question has a working boot and bonnet. If you really value bonnets and boots, maybe this is not a car for you! :)
Posted on August 13, 2013 8:03AM by Vertelvis
@Vertelvis I only wish to ahve also paitanble rims :) Could you make it ? ;)
Posted on August 13, 2013 9:39AM by adinhoa
Vertelvis produes quality cars. Yes, the trunk and hood don't open, but he makes up for it with high quality good looking models.
Posted on August 14, 2013 5:19AM by gta4luvah
Entirely he doesnt, but the Forza does lol
Posted on August 14, 2013 5:45AM by DesMan
So why don't you just leave the doors unopenable aswell? Forza doesn't have any sills, so better leave the doors closed, won't disturb the quality....

And that sums up how stupid it sounds. If you put just a little effort into it, you can make it look decent already. This doesn't have anything to do with quality but the extra time you don't want to spend.
Posted on August 14, 2013 1:36PM by SkylineGTRFreak
No good
Posted on August 14, 2013 4:19PM by MistaMunchies
can you make toyota alphard or nissan nv200 or lamborghini veneno pls?
Posted on August 14, 2013 10:00PM by neunzig
great mod dude, 10/10! maybe you could convert a rangerover sport? that would be awesome :)
Posted on August 15, 2013 1:09PM by radityaaa
can't drive

Rated: 2/10
Posted on March 15, 2014 6:06PM by Macgeo
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