LFS Editor/Installation

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LFS Editor
Vehicle Mods

LFS Editor installation guide. You can keep up to date with the latest changes through the version history.


LFS Editor is available for download on Windows.

OS requirements

LFS works on both 32 and 64 bit Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10).

Hardware requirements

You need a DirectX 11 capable graphics card.

License requirements

Before using the LFS Editor, it must be unlocked by an LFS account with an S3 license. If you do not have an S3 license yet, you can buy it on the official shop page.

Download LFS Editor

Official version

The latest stable version of LFS Editor is available on the official LFS Downloads page in the "Additional Downloads - Vehicle editor" section on the right side.

Test patch

If you want to get involved in early testing of new features and bug fixes, go to the LFS Vehicle Mods Forum and look for threads called "LFS Editor Test Patch".


Run the LFS Editor installer and follow the instructions.

LFS Editor must be installed in a different folder than LFS. For example, if your LFS is located in C:\LFS, you can install LFS Editor in C:\LFS Editor.

First start

LFS Editor entry screen

Run LFS Editor by clicking the LFS_EDITOR icon in the editor installation folder.

The LFS editor consists of two distinct modes - a Vehicle Editor and a Modeller, which can be switched between seamlessly in the editor itself. Additionally, in Options you can set screen settings, modify the driver options or adjust the interface.


To unlock the editor, you need to be registered on the official website and you must own an S3 license. If you do not have an S3 license yet, you can buy it on the official shop page.