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What is it?
This is a small LEGO Technic supercar, and the size is 38.4cm(L) x 17cm (W) x 10cm(H). For comparison, sizes of LEGO’s official supercars are, Porsche 911 GT3 - 57cm(L) x 25cm(W) x 17cm(H), and Bugatti Chiron - 56cm(L) x 32cm(W) x 14cm(H).
Although being small, this supercar has all features you can expect.
There are 2 versions of this supercar, the PF (Power Function) version and the non-PF version. Both versions have the following features: Independent suspension on all wheels; Openable front/back hoods and doors; Working steering wheel (lock-to-lock 540 degrees); Adjustable side mirrors, spoiler, and steering wheel.
For the PF version: 2 x Large motors for propulsion; 1 servo motor for steering; Working front lights and taillights.
For the non-PF version: Working shift with a 3-speed gear box; V4 fake engine; HOG steering; back trunk.
More details can be found in the YouTube video below:
Why is it a good Lego set?
Both versions are sturdy and full of playability. they are also great for display due to the streamlined bodywork design. This small supercar would make an excellent addition to LEGO’s officially Technic supercar line-up.
For those who want to build this, I plan to make instructions on both versions. Feel free to let me know which version you prefer to build first.
I hope to have your support! If you like this supercar, you may want to check out my Lamborghini project at ideas.lego.com/projects/a8ee33fb-e39e-4139-bd94-a6f0eda9dbf7.