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Many new options added to our Virtual Car Configurator

Many new options added to our Virtual Car Configurator

By Mark Smeyers on September 2. 2016 in LamboNEWS.

You probably already noticed the brand new 100th Anniversary Roadster has been added to our Virtual Car Configurator little over a week ago, but I haven't been sitting back since ... two new models have been added now, the V10 2WD and the 2WD Spyder ... and while the latter is completely virtual at the moment, I'm sure we'll be seeing this model on the road later on.

Virtual side view of a full option Lamborghini Huracan LP580-2 Spyder

While I was programming the code and creating the required graphics for these two new models I decided it was time to update the interior view on all the V10 configurator pages, this required a lot of extra work, but it allowed me to add an option I wanted to create for a long time now ...

Q-Citura stitching and Forged Composite details inside this virtual Huracan Coupe

Ever since I saw the first Spyder with the optional Q-Citura stitching on the seats and door panel I wanted to have something similar in my VCC ... and now I finally was able to create that very special stitching pattern ... meticulously designing every stitch required for this pattern was worth it in the end, I think it looks amazing, and what's more, I also added contrast stitching on a few shades, so when you select a different shade for the seat and sides, you can have the stitching match that look.

Another addition I created during this update is a new aerodynamic package, complete with front spoiler, side sills, rear lower diffuser and rear wing ... and on all four different V10 models this time, even on the Spyder version.

Verde Mantis with the complete accessory pack including wheels on the LP610-4 version

If you are a fan of racing stripes you will really appreciate the next update, I created a pair of stripes running from front to back for the V10 models, and not only in black or red, but also in orange, yellow, green, white, grey and blue ... just in case you want to see how that would look.

To complete this update of VCC I improved the look of the black Giano wheels and the Giano wheels with the polished 'holes' ... but I also added a completely new wheel, a black center lock version ... naturally with different shades on the nut.

I hope you'll enjoy the new material and are able to create your very own dream online with VCC, the Virtual Car Configurator.

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