A Ferrari Monza SP1 on a real scale built with bricks of Lego became this Thursday one of the main attractions of Legoland Billundin Denmark.
built in the Czech Republic With the help of Ferrari designers, the model took 339 days to complete and used 383,610 Lego bricks, according to Legoland Billund.
The Ferrari wheels and steering wheel were the only original components used for the 1.34 ton life-size model.
“It is absolutely incredible. The actual car is impressive and has some incredible shapes, to be able to replicate those sculptural shapes in Lego pieces is really impressive,” he said. William Thorogoodhead of new business design for the Lego group.
vehicles Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 they are sports cars that were presented to collectors in a limited edition in 2018. According to Ferrari, it has the most powerful V12 engine to ever come out of the gates of Maranello. It is priced close to 1.8 million euros.
The finished Lego Ferrari was shipped to Denmarkwhere he performed to the applause of Lego fans and car enthusiasts at the Billund amusement park.
“It’s amazing how they’ve managed with all the shapes and all the smooth edges and everything,” said Peter Larsson, a park visitor from Sweden.
The unveiling was made with great fanfare: a red carpet, engine sounds on the loudspeaker and a large number of guests, who did not hesitate to take pictures. The racing driver was also present at the presentation Nicklas Nielsen.
Visitors posed for photos and they marveled at the lights and design of the Lego car.
“We’ve been waiting a long time for it, it’s finally here and everyone loves to see it,” he said. Christian WollerManaging Director of Legoland Billund.
The Lego Ferrari will be on permanent display at Legoland Billund.
Annabel Rochfort, Ferrari’s director of entertainment, commented that the attraction Ferrari Build & Race tries to engage fans of this car and LEGO of all ages, so it’s a good strategy to reach younger fans.
(With information from Reuters)
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