Ferrari Daytona SP3, a Lego set for the Prancing Horse supercar

The Lego Technic garage welcomes another supercar, which goes alongside Bugatti Chiron and Lamborghini Sian: the V12 (made of bricks) of the Ferrari Daytona SP3 is about to roar

Manuele Cecconi

29 maggio

A new car is about to arrive in the garage of the Lego house. Indeed, more than a car, a real hypercar, which goes alongside the other dream cars made with the famous bricks: we are talking about the Ferrari Daytona SP3, the mid-engined berlinetta inspired by the sports prototypes of the 1960s. The Danish toy manufacturer, which has had a privileged relationship with the Cavallino for years, has announced the launch of a new set of the Technic line, number 42143, an assembly kit featuring the splendid V12 from Maranello.

THE RED BRICKS

This is certainly not the first Lego set that has a Ferrari as its object: only remaining within the Technic series did we see the Enzo, the 599 and the more recent 488 Gte, but also the Formula 1 F2005 of Kaiser Michael Schumacher. In addition of course to the F40 from the Creator collection and the smaller Racers and Speed ​​Champions (F40, Enzo, F8 Tributo, LaFerrari and 512M). 59cm long, 25cm wide and 14cm high for a detailed 1: 8 scale model, complete with opening doors, working gearbox, steering wheels and, to top it off, a V12 with connecting rods and pistons that can simulate the movement of their real counterparts.

THE PRICE

“It was a pleasure to collaborate with Legos to create this model, a fantastic replica of one of our limited edition Daytona SP3 supercars,” said Flavio Manzoni, head of design at the Cavallino. “Lego Ferrari fans can now build this car piece by piece “. 3,778 bricks, to be precise, for a retail price of 399 euros. The Daytona SP3 will debut alongside the other Lego Technic hypercars – such as Bugatti Chiron and Lamborghini Sian – on June 1st, in all Lego stores including the virtual one.



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