LEGO releases a copy of the new Ferrari Daytona SP3

LEGO releases a copy of the new Ferrari Daytona SP3


With the inability to afford the car of their dreams, car lovers will still be able to enjoy the latest design from LEGO. The construction company has teamed up with Italian car manufacturer Ferrari for a copy of the Daytona SP3: a recent addition to the Italian team.

The Danish company has teamed up with Uwe Wabra, one of LEGO Technic’s leading designers, to provide a set of multi-representative. The vehicle measures 59 centimeters and 25 centimeters wide and 14 centimeters high and has 3778 bricks.

Replica has butterfly doors that reflect the deepest and lowest interior. And not only that, it also has an eight-speed accompanying gearbox and paddle converters and a V12 engine with moving pistols.

The kit is already available on lego website at a price of 399.99 euros. It is expensive but still cheaper than the original price which is around 2 million euros. A book published in 5000 copies on the process of creating a set, called Feeling of Perfection, is also included at the time of purchase on the site.

Deeply rooted in pop culture, LEGO has become an important marketing tool for international brands that do not hesitate to partner with a major toy company to promote their image. A winning and winning strategy widely used by major film studios, such as the LEGO Star Wars dioramas or the 1872 copy of the cult car from Back to the Future.

And if you are a fan of LEGO and cars, we invite you (re) to discover this Lamborghini copy of life size using 400,000 bricks.

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The book “The Feeling of Perfection”

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