Ferrari LaFerrari Ferrari Ferrari

Lego Technic Ferrari LaFerrari

The Ferrari LaFerrari is the stupidest name even given to a car. But what a car it is.

Powered by the combination of a 6.3 litre V12 800bhp petrol engine and a 160bhp KER system the LaFerrari could be the fastest car in the world right now – although unless Ferrari decide to let journalists test it, and until BBC’s Top Gear returns to be able to air a race between the LaFerrari, McLaren’s P1 and Porsche’s 918, we may never know.

Until then we’ll make do with this version of Ferrari’s hybrid hypercar, which was suggested to us by a reader who discovered it on Brickshelf. Brunojj1 is the builder and you can see the full gallery of his beautiful creation via the link above, including digital renders of the V12 engine, gearbox and Power Functions drivetrain.

Lego Ferrari LaFerrari Supercar

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5 thoughts on “Ferrari LaFerrari Ferrari Ferrari

  1. […] Ferrari’s latest hypercar posted earlier this week we’re taking a trip back to a time when their cars were at their […]


  2. Bryan says:

    Does it come in the stores? i really want it. i already have 400 euros just to be sure. i just want this hell of a beauty 😀


  3. Is there a problem with the link, or did the creator delete his Brickshelf? It comes up with “File Not Found”. If he has deleted, that really sucks because this is incredible.


  4. […] of the world’s most ridiculously named supercar has appeared here at The Lego Car Blog before, and since then a paying customer asked the builder to revisit his original model to create a new […]


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