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Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 . . Here is my latest creation, the Lamborghini Aventador. I've wanted to build the Aventador last year but I wasn't brave enough and I doubt I even had the skills. But now, I think I do, so I decided to try another attempt, and the result was successful. It started off with an idea for the headlights, I liked it so much that I decided to continue. I've been building this for 3 weeks and many things were changed to be more accurate. The changes during the build were mostly suggested by my brother. He suggested that I should use the flexitubes to create the curvy-ish windshield and he told me to change many other small details that made it look better. So, credit goes to him. The model features posable windshield wipers and openable engine cover. Sorry I couldn't get any pictures of the posed wipers. The model is 16 studs wide and 39 studs long. I like my Aventador and I'm proud of myself for building such a hard car. I hope you like it too! :D Scroll down and have a look. Roof off, so that I can take pictures of the interior. Aventador J Roadster? Is that you? Here's the picture of the interior with black and red color scheme. Another shot. Dashboard and an oversized red start button on the center console. You can see the pedals from here. Also check out my paddle shifters! A new technique I thought of. It's made out of two steering wheels, the one behind is a racing wheel. Engine cover open! I used a new(?) hinge technique, you have to pull it up and then you flip it up a bit to get a good view inside. Rear shot with the cover open, it need support as it can't stay up on its own. You can see the engine and the X-bars across, honestly I don't know what they are for... Here's a closer shot of the 6.5 V12 engine replica. You can notice that the engine is a bit offset, like the real thing. And I used official Lego Lamborghini stickers for the engine. Arsty shot. Extra picture. Remember this? It's one of the first leaked photos of the Aventador! But recreated with Lego.

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