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Race Sim Studio have released an Aston Martin-alike GT Adonis D9 V12 mod for Assetto Corsa. The car, based on a mid-2000’s era GT car, that can compete against other cars in the GT Pack, and can be purchased either singularly or as part of the Endurance Icons pack.

Product features:

– One highly detailed vehicle model
– One high quality engine sound with real recordings
– One advanced vehicle physics including CSP physics
– 6 highly detailed unique RSS liveries

Description:

This is the GT Adonis D9 V12 for the PC version of Assetto Corsa by Race Sim Studio.

Experience the meticulous craftsmanship of our GT Adonis D9 V12. This mid-2000’s era GT car, that can compete against cars in our GT Pack, has a real-world data-driven approach to its physics (including CSP physics), audio and visual construction.

The car is integrated to today’s extremely high standards, offering almost double the 3D geometry of the cars of the GT Pack, and also pushing the barriers in sound and physics development further than before.

It is a testament to exceptional modelling and texturing, bringing authenticity to every detail. The realistic sounds of the GT Adonis D9 V12 further enhance the immersive racing experience, making it a standout addition to our line-up. Explore the nostalgia of the GT Adonis D9 V12.

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