Ferrari 512s / Mazda RX500
Ferrari 512s / Mazda RX500
970, Two Icons Of Their Time - A Lifelong Legacy

We want to do something different and drop two legendary car models for you. Pick one of them or use both, totally up to you.

Both models have been completely prepared from scratch for the Automotive challenge. We didn't go into every detail, but they will be enough for a couple of nice images.

The wedge-shaped design was one direction of the latest automotive design developments, ushering the decade of the 1970s. The Mazda RX500 was introduced at the 1970 Tokyo Motor Show, the Ferrari 512S Modulo at the 1970 Geneva Motor Show. Both cars are unique, only one of them has ever been built (a ''conspiracy theory'' says the RX500 has more than one, but it was just repainted from its original orange to silver).

It's definitely worth diving into what made these cars so special. The RX500 for its out-of-this-word Wankel Rotary engine and lightwight construction, the Modulo for its stunning and insane design, overall approach and max speed (around 354km/h).

There is an FBX and Cinema S24 ready for you. Please use the models as responsible as you should drive.