NASCAR Gen 7 Ford Mustang 3D livery template model



  • Dimensions based on freely available data
  • Model fully editable in Blender (native .blend file)
  • OBJ and FBX file formats included for import into all major 3D software such as Maya, 3DS, Adobe Substance and more
  • Model comes setup in Adobe Dimension with materials.
  • Edit livery directly in Adobe Photoshop or Gimp (layered Photoshop file supplied)
  • Updated v1.5 model, including brake discs and calipers, hood pins, roof camera, dashboard and more


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About this model

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The Ford Mustang Gen 7 NASCAR refers to the seventh generation of Ford Mustang race cars that were specifically designed for NASCAR racing. The seventh-generation Mustang NASCAR was introduced in 2022, replacing the sixth-generation Mustang NASCAR that had been in use since 2019.

The new Mustang NASCAR was designed to meet the updated technical regulations set by NASCAR, which aim to promote closer competition, reduce costs, and improve safety. The new regulations also allow for more brand identity in the cars, which has led to the development of unique features for each manufacturer.

The Mustang NASCAR Gen 7 features a more aerodynamic body with a lower greenhouse and a wider track, as well as a front splitter and rear wing to provide downforce. The car also has a new roll cage design that improves safety for the driver.

Under the hood, the Mustang NASCAR is powered by a 358-cubic inch (5.8-liter) pushrod V8 engine that produces over 670 horsepower. The engine is mated to a four-speed manual transmission and is capable of reaching speeds of up to 200 mph.

Overall, the seventh-generation Ford Mustang NASCAR is a significant update over its predecessor, with a focus on improving performance, safety, and brand identity. It represents the latest in NASCAR technology and will be used by Ford teams in NASCAR Cup Series races for the foreseeable future.

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