Lego Technic Supercars need several things to qualify. Whilst they don’t actually need to be a supercar (as this brilliant FSO Polonez ‘Supercar’ that featured here a few years back proves), they do need a fully working drivetrain, steering, and suspension. This tends to make them rather large and often out of reach for more brick-strapped builders. Cue the current Eurobricks ‘Small Car’ contest, where builders are cramming a myriad of Technic functions into creations that must fit within strict dimensions to qualify.
This is one of our favourites so far, apachaiapachai‘s brilliant Ferrari F355. Capturing the look of the real car beautifully, apachai has also squeezed in a working miniature V8 engine driven by the rear wheels, pop-up headlights, and working steering too. It’s a gearbox and suspension short of being a bona-fide Technic Supercar, but it’s a stupendous build nonetheless. Head to Eurobricks to see more, where we think apachai’s creation will do very well in the contest indeed (and it would make a cracking official LEGO set).