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LEGO Apollo Gumpert


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The Apollo Gumpert was designed and engineered by Roland Gumpert, a former Audi executive.
The car was named after the Greek god Apollo, who was associated with speed, power, and beauty.
The Apollo Gumpert was first introduced in 2005 at the Geneva Motor Show.
The car is powered by a twin-turbocharged 4.2-liter V8 engine that produces 650 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque.
The Apollo Gumpert can accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 3.0 seconds, and has a top speed of 224 miles per hour.
The car features a unique aerodynamic design with a prominent rear spoiler, a front splitter, and a rear diffuser.
The Apollo Gumpert has a lightweight carbon fiber body and chassis, which contributes to its impressive performance and handling.
The car was produced in limited numbers, with only a few dozen examples built between 2005 and 2013.
The Apollo Gumpert was succeeded by the Apollo Arrow, which was introduced in 2016 and features even more extreme performance and styling

It also has gull wing doors, falcon wings, doors hinged to the roof.

This LEGO Apollo gumpert is a hyper car by Apollo. It was made approximately between 1-2 hours , though the height was difficult to manage due to its unique shape, I still think it works...
It has a unique headlight which took me multiple designs to finalize, though it could still be improved, I'll update it later if anything. It has a unique spoiler and a moderately accurate shape and design. 8 studs wide car to make sure nothing is "off-scale". I have included the gull wing doors, a slightly furnished interior, rear lights and front lights which looks somewhat accurate, a spoiler, the unique top and the wonderful shape. This is a unique car which few to none have attempted to build.

Why I made it? I was actually bored and once again wanted to build something unique that isn't there and something which would strike everyone with awe. Did it work? I hope so...

Why it should be a set? Well, if we reach 10k, I'd be the happiest ever since-well everything... If it was actually to be become a set though, I feel it would be selected mainly because it is unique, it is great for car collectors and I feel it's great for decoration, just have to maybe add an aesthetic background.

Thank you for reading, I hope I have convinced you to support:)

Thank you! Once again


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