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  1. Hi, guys! I know that, there is February yet and we're before March release, but let's start new topic! So, at first I want to say that 2023 wave is amazing. New brand, new mudguards, new windscreens! Whoah! And there are my speculation/cars I want to see in Speed Champions 2024: ~ Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport 25 ~ Porsche Taycan ~ Audi e-tron GT ~ BMW M6 ~ BMW M4 GT3 & BMW M3 1991 ~ Ferrari 499p LMH ~ Ford Focus RS 2021 ~ Honda Civic Type R ~ Cadillac LMDH What do you think about my cars? What cars would you like to see? Show your speculation/wishlist.
  2. Hello Lamborghini and Speed Champions fans, The Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 is a mid-engine sportscar produced by the Italian automotive manufacturer Lamborghini. In keeping with Lamborghini tradition, the Aventador is named after a Spanish fighting bull that fought in Zaragoza, Aragón, in 1993. The Aventador is the successor for the Murciélago and was made by hand in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy. Building instructions are available on the following links: It is a studless build in the new, 8 studs wide Speed Champions style. I wanted to create a clean model which is as accurate as possible in this small scale. I prefer the brick built solutions to keep the flexibility of the used parts in further builds, and therefore only two types of stickers are used: simple black ones to cover the visible parts of the headlights in the front air intakes, and the Lamborghini logo. My intent was to keep the width-length-height ratio of the real car and this size makes it possible. The model contains lots of details: for example the emblematic headlights, the front and side air intakes, the side view mirrors and rear details with the wide exhaust etc... Maybe the most challenging one was the hood tilt and some half stud offsets in the inside structure. I tried to fill every unnecessary gaps and therefore some tricky build techniques are used. The two trans-clear headlight parts "Slope, Inverted 45 2 x 1" (part 3665) are very rare, it never released in a set, but is available on Bricklink in some webshops. Of course they can be replaced for example by white, black, light bluish gray or dark bluish gray versions. The parts 86996 and 42446 are also rare, but the picture 7 shows an alternate side view mirror solution. It is a very low build, and can roll well only on flat surfaces. It is more of a display model then a toy for small children. The model has space for two minifigures: one with small hair or helmet in the driver's seat and one either without hair or withour leg. Thanks for visiting, _TLG_ Lamborghini Aventador - Instructions 1 by László Torma, on Flickr Lamborghini Aventador - Instructions 2 by László Torma, on Flickr Lamborghini Aventador - Instructions 3 by László Torma, on Flickr Lamborghini Aventador - Instructions 4 by László Torma, on Flickr Lamborghini Aventador - Instructions 5 by László Torma, on Flickr Lamborghini Aventador - Instructions 6 by László Torma, on Flickr Lamborghini Aventador - Instructions 7 by László Torma, on Flickr Lamborghini Aventador - Instructions 8 by László Torma, on Flickr Rear wing version added :), it is a free addition the original design: Lamborghini Aventador rear wing - Instructions 1 by László Torma, on Flickr Lamborghini Aventador rear wing - Instructions 2 by László Torma, on Flickr Lamborghini Aventador rear wing - Instructions 3 by László Torma, on Flickr
  3. Hi everyone, this time I want to show you another work-in-progress MOC, but this one is more recent. The reason why I want to do this is quite obvious - LEGO releases their Lambo this year, and I am also aware of at least one Aventador MOC coming soon. We should have even more Lamborghinis, they are awesome and I can't wait to see these models. My version is a dark blue + white model in 1:8 scale with some basic functions: Steering with working steering wheel. Openable scissors doors. 7+R gearbox. Remote control using a single Control+ hub: 2 coupled XL motors for drive; L motor for steering; L motor to change speeds. This time I decided to build everything independantly and simultaniously. It actually helped me to become much more productive. I'll start with the bodywork. It's not completed and is built around a very crude carcass. I'm trying to concentrate on the shape only. There will be enough space on the inside, I'm taking this into account while building. As you see, it's about 60% completed. Front section is not done yet, but the back looks almost completed and I really like how it turned out. Reminds me a "snowboard glasses" a little (don't know how to call them but I'm sure you get what I mean): Of course, these gaps will have black background in the future and I will add some filler to them as well. Rear wing also looks completed, it might be my favorite part of the build, here you can see it from another side: Now I want to show a door closely. I tried to replicate scissors mechanism as closely as I could. First version used shock absorber and was way too big. The proble is that it has to be very close to the front wheel, it's pretty hard to do. Second version required 3 small rubber bands to hold door's weight. On the following photos you will see a third version. This is how it looks being closed: This is the first step of opening when you open it just like a regular car's door: And this is how it looks when you open it in a different plane. It holds itself locked with two rubber bands that you can see at the bottom: Here's a shot from the front with both doors opened. You can see that the door on the right has "old" design, I improved on it already: Next two pictures are showing caliper on the front wheel. I wanted it to be angled just like on the real car so I had to be creative: Yes, this is a sausage piece. Calipers on the rear will also be angled, but with more conventional build. I don't have it right now so the picture will be in one of the following updates. Now car's internals. Here you can see a gearbox and rear wheels. 3 motors are clearly visible. 4th motor will be in front of the hub. The idea is that L motor will change speeds by rotating by 180 degrees, this can be done programmatically rather then mechanically. But it doesn't mean that the build is simple, because it's not. I used only one of those new orange "wave selector" gears, everything else is basically a huge improvement over the gearbox from my LaFerrari MOC, but it's 1.5 times bigger because of that "reverse" speed I added. It's actually pretty fun that I managed to use a 40 tooth gear in this model. I guess I could use 36 + 2x28, but I don't have 28 tooth gears yet: Here's a view of the bottom. A huge con of the model can be seen here - it has no central diff, but still I expect all 4 wheels to be driven. On the other hand, I left a lot of holes so I can see gears turning: This construction is not rigid enough in several points, I think I will have to completely rebuild it and ensure that it is strong enough. It's already pretty smooth and if motors won't be able to handle the weight then I can play with the gear ratios from motors - there are dedicated places in the gearbox for this exact purpose. I hope that it will become a good model and you'll like it. Thank you!
  4. MOC#91-2 Lamborghini Countach Police Version I modified my previous Lamborghini Countach in police livery. I also spent 2 months to created a stop-motion animation based on this MOC: More MOC on my homepage:
  5. Hello there! I´ve finally decided to join this site to show you guys what i´m currently working on. As the title says, it´s a replica of the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio concept car. I´ve started this build in late 2020 as a side project, but i was never satisfied with my results. In August of 2022, I decided to copletely rebuild the car and start from scratch. Once I´m finished, I´ll publish the instrucrtions on Rebrickable. NOTE: THIS IS STILL A WORK IN PROGRESS BUILD! Features: - 4WD with one motor per wheel - working steering wheel - working suspension - openable doors - easy removal of BuWizz units - aggressive looks ;) Replicating all the lines and angles of this car was a real challenge. The first thing i tried to build were the iconic front lights, wich is coincidentally the only thing I didn´t have to redesign from my previous versions. After that, I made the drivetrain consisting of four BuWizz Motors, one per wheel. For steering, I´ve used a PoweredUp L-Motor. In order to drive the car, there are two BuWizz 3.0 units mounted behind the seats. As you can see on the picture below, the buttons to switch on the BuWizz units aren´t accessible, therefore I´ve come up with a very simple switch mechanism. By pulling the connector (highlited in orange) into the middle, it pushes the other connector onto the button of the BuWizz unit, switching it on/off. Since the "real" car is an EV I didn´t include a piston engine either. The suspension is pretty straight forward, using two shock absorbers with hard springs per wheel in the front, and two of the newer 9l shocks in the rear. Speaking of the rear, there´s still some work to do with replacing the blue and tan pins, but I am satisfied with the shape of the rear lights and the rear structure in gerneral. The rear is still the most WIP area of this build. The side panels have a lot of different angles and fins, but I tried to replicate them as accurate as possible. I even managed to include a litte Italian flag ;)
  6. bricksboy

    [MOC]#91 Lamborghini Countach 80's

    MOC#91 Lamborghini Countach 80's It is the 2nd creation suggested by my channel's viewer. The scissor doors and the engine hood can be opened. Welcome to check out my stop-motion animation for this MOC: More MOC on my homepage:
  7. Hello everyone! Maybe it's too early, but let it happen. What do you think of the Speed Champions series in 2022? Do you think it will disappear or continue, or will it be under a different name? Anyway, personally, I think they will stay with us for a long time (after all, they have made specially new wheels for 2021). It seems to me that there is a good chance to see in 2022 in the SC series such cars: - BMW M8 (maybe GTE) - Pagani Zonda or Huayra - Ferrari - some F1 car - due to Toyota license can Toyota gr010 (hypercar) - maybe some cars from the DTM or VASC series Post comments about what you think.
  8. Hi community, I am happy to show my latest build to complete the 2020 lineup - another Lamborghini which seems to be the alternate model of 42115 with the highest parts count used so far. Following this link to the instructions on RB. By clicking here you reach more of my content and models. This is the Lamborghini Miura Concept from 2006, completely build from set 42115. What you need to build this model? Only a copy of set 42115 Lamborghini Sian from 2020. All 3434 required parts comes from set 42115, using 93% of them. The model uses one spare part, which is also included in the Sian's inventory. Other parts are not required to build this Lamborghini Miura Concept alternate model out of the Sian. Summary of Functions & Feautures double wishbone suspension in front and back manual steering with working steering wheel openable doors with auto-locking system openable hood and rear section detachable engine cover 4-speed transmission gearbox with reverse gear 4x4 drivetrain with 2 differentials Lamborghini V12-engine with moving pistons open window in bottom to view gearbox detailed interior includes golf bag with 3 rackets (under hood) modular building detailed design with printed parts fits all Supercas in approx 1:8 scale measures (all parts closed) 53cm x 28cm x 13cm Impressions Suspension The suspension in front and back is made double wishbone, with a suspension in front very similar to Sian. The rear suspension is made different with horizontally mounted shock absorbers, because the engine is placed over the suspension. Travel, hardness and space between wheels and fenders are just great. Engine Miura Concepts detailed V12-engine with moving pistons is connected through the gearbox directly to the 4x4 drivetrain. The engine can be watched working by detaching the engine cover easily or by tilting the rear section, to reveal the engine bay. Gearbox The gearbox is a typically H-shifter in the middle console of the car. I experimented many hours with the gearbox and changed it from 6 speeds to 4 speeds due much friction in the drivetrain, but with a cool and realistic working reverse gear instead. Shifting gears is clearly noticeable in the drivetrain and can be seen by different speeds of the moving pistons of the engine. To make all the shifters working, I developed a gearbox for this model never seen before. For a full wheel spin, the engine fires 1.87 times in the first gear and 0.373 times in the fourth gear, which is only 37% of a wheel spin. Like in a real car, the reverse gear fits between the first and second gear in ratio. Following is a summary of the gear ratios, measured from wheel (input) to engine shaft (output): 1. Gear -> 1:1.87 2. Gear -> 1:1.12 3. Gear -> 1:0.625 4. Gear -> 1:0.373 Reverse -> 1:1.34R Doors Like real car design, I started developing this model by the doors and implemented a cool self-locking door mechanism. Each door stays in position when closed and can only be opened by triggering the doorhandle. When closing a door, it locks automatically. Golf bag Overnight bags are out (and maybe thats the reason why 42143 Ferrari doesn't have it anymore). Take a ride to the next golf club with this model. It includes a golf bag with 3 different rackets that all fits under the hood. Prints Luckily the 42115 Lamborghini Sian uses prints, so there is no need for custom sticker or custom prints. Using the Lamborghini prints gives this model the final touch. The real car promo Following are some promo images of the real car prototype alternately with model images: About the Miura Concept (2006) The House of the Raging Bull has unveiled the Miura Concept 2006, that celebrates the 40th anniversary of the legendary GT. The idea was to create a new concept with a retro-inspired look heralding back to one of the auto world’s most famous icons - the legendary Lamborghini Miura. This new edition features a clean style with smooth surfaces and straight cuts that define the opening body panels. The new Miura prototype from 2006 can be considered a faithful re-interpretation of the original one, even in details like the grey-lime appearance and the air-intakes who makes this concept car instantly recognizable as a Miura. A modern styling cue is represented by the rear headlights, whose design is very close to that of the latest Lamborghini models. In 2006 the new concept model was strictly a prototype with no firm date set for production launch and is still prototype in 2022. It exists a real manufactured car in the Lamborghini Museum in Italy, but having this model on shelf or desk is a much higher chance than seeing it in reality. The instructions of 42115 Sian shows a Miura at the beginning - maybe a secret hint to this model? ... Instructions The premium instructions for this model comes in 5 PDF files with a total of 766 pages of high quality images and building steps. For the first time, I splitted the instructions to multiple files due the large size and complexity of the model and made the most challenging and largest instructions released so far, to ensure a satisfying and long building experience with this model. Following are 5 example pages to show the quality of instructions: Final words Thanks to Pawel Turalski (C3technic) for his pre-release support. This model is my masterpiece in art, design and functionality. It took me countless hours to make. Have fun with it.
  9. Marcin Majkowski

    [MOC] [MOD] BMW M1 Procar - 76908 b-model

    I remember a time when 8 studs of vehicle width for minifigs meant that someone built a truck or something that big. Several years ago, this "scale" was not very popular, because of the small selection of tires and windows, although I made a few 8s wide models myself, such as the BMW E24 or the Polonez Coupe. Nevertheless, they were definitely not for figs. Lego once again confirmed its very loose approach to scale by creating the Speed Champions line. Despite the promising start in the form of 6s cars, the series unexpectedly turned into a rash of stickers with strange windows and forcibly added minifigs. When the announcement of the Lamborghini Countach model appeared, for a moment I was fooled that I may still like this series. On the one hand, these models have a lot of charm, they look nice on the shelf, but on the other hand, this huge amount of stickers is a nightmare. It made me think if it is possible to do something sensible by resigning from decals and a minifig. The BMW M1 may not be as iconic as the Countach or Testarossa, but it has its undeniable charm. The silhouette is very similar to the Lambo, so it was immediately chosen this model to build from the 76908 set. As it happens in this game, there was a festival of compromises. Rebuilding with just one set is a big challenge. Both cars are supposed to be the same size, but with about 2/3 of the model I used almost all the white bricks. I started slimming, which had a heavy impact on the rear of the vehicle, but I am quite happy with the final result. This is how the B model of the 76908 set, i.e. the BMW M1 Procar version, was created. Technical info Rebuild of the set 76908 Speed Champions Lamborghini Countach Model: BMW M1 Procar Parts: 221 - also used extra parts Height: 5.5 studs (4 bricks and 2 plates) Width: 8 studs (9 studs with mirrors and fenders) Lenght: 18.5 studs Instruction: 67 steps on 55 pages. Flickr Instagram Rebrickable
  10. Instructions: Yaw/lamborghini-countach-lpi-800-4-moc-by-isaac-yaw/#details Video: Details and description: This is a MOC of the newest Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4 that was unveiled recently. This MOC was made to be modular so that its chassis can be built to fit other supercar designs onto it. The instructions for just the chassis can also be found under my profile (MOCs). Functions: 1) Steering - includes working steering wheel and 'Hand of God' steering mechanism 2) Drivetrain - working 'fake' V12 engine with 4-speed gearbox (controlled by a gear stick via stepper mechanism) 3) Independent suspensions 4) Working scissor doors mechanism - controlled via linear actuator 5) Adjustable 'active' rear wing 6) Modular design Do support me by sharing and spreading this creation out to more LEGO fanatics and like my creation! Check out my other pages too! Thank you! Instagram: Youtube: Rebrickable: Yaw/mocs/ Update: Awesome high-quality pictures from Fredleg! More Pictures can be found here:
  11. Today we’re going back to the 1970’s to take a look at another Italian classic from that era, the Lamborghini Countach! It’s best known for featuring in the 1981 movie Cannonball Run. The car in the movie was black and modified for the US market, so some might be disappointed that the LEGO version is the original version in white, although considering how terribly sexist, racist, and just plain boring the movie was, perhaps it’s for the better. So, did TLG recreate this iconic vehicle as well as the last two cars we reviewed? Let’s find out! Set Number: 76908 Name: Lamborghini Countach Theme: Speed Champions Year of Release: 2022 Ages: 8+ Pieces: 262 Price: £17.99 / $19.99 / 19.99€ Online Shop description: The Box The front of the box depicts the Countach speeding down the riverside across from the Castel Sant'Angelo. It's a lovely scene, but I fail to see the connection between the Lamborghini and the Mausoleum of Hadrian other than that it is located in Italy, home of Lamborghini. If anyone knows why they chose this particular location, let me know in the comments. The back has images of both the real and Lego Countach parked on the streets of Italy, looking sexy as heck. The top, the bottom, and the sides of the box are similar to those on the other sets I reviewed, except that one side has a sticker of authenticity from Lamborghini Contents Inside the box there are one instruction booklet, a sticker sheet, and two numbered bags, one with a white stripe and one without. I could never figure out the logic behind which bags get the stripe and which don't, or what the point of it even is. If you know, please enlighten me in the comments. Instructions The instructions are easy to read and feature the gray progress bar at the bottom like in the other instructions. The illustrations of all the black, white, and red parts provide a nice contrast. Notable Parts Like the Evija, this set comes with the new style of wheels with the fixed tire, although in this set they are black, and instead of molded hubcaps, it comes with printed 2x2 tiles to cover them. While a new mold for the hubcaps would have been nice, the prints look good and do the job just fine. The windshield is printed too as always, but there is something off about this one. Let's discuss that later. There are also some parts in rare colors such as a 1x3 jumper plate in red and 2x4 wedge plates in white, but not much else of note. Minifigs The minifig included as the driver for the Countach has yet another generic head with stubble and the same hairpiece as Bob from the Evija, except in dark brown. And like Bob, he comes with a plain black helmet and a wrench. The only thing of note about this guy is his Lamborghini branded jacket. This torso is different and a bit more detailed than the one(s) included in set #76899 as it features a silver zipper, dark blue wrinkles, pockets and a thicker collar. Unfortunately, his pants don't have any printing like those of the drivers in the previous two sets, although their dark blue color matches the wrinkles on his jacket nicely. Now that's the face of someone who is lucky enough to own such a legendary sports car! Lambo Guy is the only minifig in this entire wave to feature a double-sided head. The back of his jacket is printed too, although my copy has a small scratch on it unfortunately. The Build Like with the Evija, the build starts out on the standard Speed Champions car base, but uses some interesting techniques for the shaping of the front and back of the car. The curved slopes in the back are attached at an angle by sticking a dark gray nipple tile into a Technic connector and lowering that into the car. Very unique. The front bumper is attached by sticking it onto two small bars similar to the taillights on the Ferrari 512 M. Note the headlight stickers which are facing up and are later covered by the hood. Spare Parts The leftovers are the usual small bits. Some standouts are a round plate with handle in black (which I forgot to mention among the parts in rare colors), an unprinted gray microphone, and one of the dark gray nipple tiles. It's good to get an extra of those because as my weird uncle always says, you can never have too many nipples. (He doesn't get invited to family gatherings very often.) The Complete Set Once you attach the spoiler, hood, windscreen, and tires, the Lambo is finished! The overall shaping of it looks great and aside from the six studs on the roof, it is studless and smooth. However, there is something off about the look. Can you tell what it is? Comparing it to the real Countach, the designers did a great job recreating the iconic shape of this Italian speed machine. One of the coolest design features of the set are the headlights. The orange that you see is actually a reflection from the sticker below which is a very clever way of recreating the slim turn signal lights of the Countach. The Lamborghini Countach has a very uniquely shaped rear and the designers captured that iconic angular look excellently with angled curved slopes hugging the trans-red cones that represent the taillights. The "lamborghini countach" sticker adds the finishing touch. The dark recesses where the door handles are located on the Countach are recreated nicely by leaving a gap over a curved slope. It's a shame the doors don't open like the iconic scissor doors on the real Countach. According to this interview on New Elementary, the designers did try to incorporate opening doors, but had to abandon the idea since they couldn't find a good way to execute it and because none of the other Speed Champions sets have opening doors which is fair enough. Unfortunately, this is where we have to start talking about the negatives of the set. You may have already noticed what one of the main issues of the set is from previous pictures, but it is unmissable when looking at a top-down view of the car: The white printing on the windshield is far too dark, making it look more like light gray and stick out like a sore thumb. It really ruins the clean white look of the car, and judging by other reviews of the set, my copy isn't the only one that has this issue. Very disappointing. To seat the minifig inside, you have to remove the ugly windscreen. The interior feels a bit tight, the steering wheel is off-center, and the only nice detail is the use of a microphone as the shift stick. Not very impressive. Oops! Looks like Lambo Guy had a little fender bender. Another big issue of the set is stability. All of these angled sections look great, but due to the fact that most of them are only attached by one or two bars, they get easily misaligned during play or when you just pick up the car which is not ideal if you're buying this for a child. I have a hard time keeping the air intakes in the back to sitting on the car without a gap showing underneath. Ratings Design: 7/10 The car looks very cool and recognizable, and the reflected headlights are very creative, but the design is a bit unstable in parts. Build: 8/10 Some interesting angling techniques on a standard base. Playability: 4/10 The unstable design makes this better for display than play. Figures: 6/10 A nice new Lambo jacket, but otherwise a very generic fig. Parts: 4/10 No new parts and not many rare colors. Poor windscreen printing ruins what is an otherwise great looking design. Price: 9/10 Again, not as good as the Ferrari, but better than the Evija. Overall: 6/10 Sadly, this one was a bit of a letdown for me. The first two cars in this wave were great and this one looked to be just as good from the official images, but it doesn't look or feel so good in person. While the design is still pretty good, the poorly printed windscreen ruins the look and the easily misaligned angled sections make you not want to touch it. That along with the lack of interesting parts or minifigs makes this one set you can skip. Thanks for reading and thanks to TLG for sending me this set for review. What do you think of the set? Let me know in the comments and in the poll above. The set will release on March 1, 2022: In my next Speed Champions review, we are going to the Formula 1 race track!
  12. Hello Lamborghini and Speed Champions fans, The Lamborghini Countach 2021: the supercar is reborn 50 years after the 1970s original. It is futuristic while also paying homage to the legendary 1971 design. The engine, a 12-cylinder hybrid with a staggering 769bhp, growls in a way only a 12 cylinder can do, while an electric motor adds another 34bhp to the output: a glimpse into the future of hybrid and fully electric Lamborghinis. Building instructions are available on the following link: ( 20% off coupon on the first week: COUNTACH-FIRSTWEEK :) ) It is a studless model in the new, 8 studs wide Speed Champions style. I have minimized the use of stickers to keep the flexibility of the used parts in further builds, therefore only two ones are used: the Lamborghini logo and a solid black one for the narrow front grill. My intent was to keep the width-length-height ratio of the real car and this size makes it possible. I wanted to build the model as accurate as possible in this small scale, therefore it contains lots of details: for example the side grills, the front ligths, the front grills, the side view mirrors, the exhaust details etc... Maybe the most challenging one was the emblematic polygonal side opening. I tried to fill every unnecessary gaps and therefore some tricky build techniques are used. The model has space for one minifigure. I suggest to use small or middle sized hair. Thanks for visiting, _TLG_ Countach 2021 - Instructions 1 by László Torma, on Flickr Countach 2021 - Instructions 2 by László Torma, on Flickr Countach 2021 - Instructions 3 by László Torma, on Flickr Countach 2021 - Instructions 4 by László Torma, on Flickr Countach 2021 - Instructions 5 by László Torma, on Flickr Countach 2021 - Instructions 6 by László Torma, on Flickr Countach 2021 - Instructions 7 by László Torma, on Flickr
  13. Redesigned my earlier Lamborghini Aventador J into a manual version. After removing those PF parts, it does give me more wiggling room, but squeezing a gear box and a fake engine is still a challenge. I have to use various half-stud approach to connect things firmly. Here is what it is: More info including technic details can be found at Thanks
  14. Hi everyone! I want to share my work. It so happened that 2020 with all its cataclysms and difficulties was also not easy in building my own model. I took up the construction almost immediately after TС18, and now, after half a year, the project is completed. The Lamborghini LM002 aka "Lamborghini truck, Rambo Lambo" is an off-road truck manufactured by Lamborghini between 1986 and 1993. The LM002 was an unusual departure for Lamborghini which, at the time, was primarily known for high-performance, hand-built, super/sports cars. The LM002 was not the first of its kind to be built by Lamborghini. Two prototype vehicles, the Cheetah and the LM001, paved the way for LM002. Both vehicles used rear-mounted American power plants and were intended for military use, but were not well received. With the idea of using a front mounted Countach V12 to power the LM001 came the next model, the "LM002", which was the first of the three to see actual production by Lamborghini. pecifications: ·1:8.62 scale ·All wheel drive ·Independent suspension ·V12 piston engine ·Opening doors, hood ·Detailed salon ·Planetary wheel hubs Electrics: ·BuWizz brick – battery and receiver ·4L motors - movement ·Servo motor – steering · iOS/Android smartphone/pad with BuWizz app – Remote control ·It is possible to install LED lights from Lego Building instruction for Lamborghini LM002 you can find here on my blogpage, or on rebrickable
  15. I upgraded my Lamborghini Aventador SV to an Aventador J by using the LEGO small fender part. The internal PF structure is the same, but the body work was completely redesigned. Here is what I have now. Stay tuned for more updates on this. Thanks!
  16. This is my entry for @truncate_mocs' build-off contest on Instagram. The front shares the same technique as my Aventador moc, while the sides are exactly same as the 2020 SC Huracan set. Pleased to have completed this, because this is one of my toughest builds to date, lots of trials & failures on the front end. Thanks for viewing! KMP

    [MOC] Lamborghini Veneno

    Decided against using the new SC Lambo Huracan windscreen because it's printed. Hope nobody saw that the steering wheel is too tall ! Thanks for viewing :) KMPMOCS
  18. I am so glad to share with you my model after more than 1.5 years of development Lamborghini millennio terzo 2020 I would like to share with all of you my latest Greatest Model " Super Car Lamborghini Millennio terzo " that I tried to make a MOC out of it, I felt in love with the original model. (It is a concept car shall come in 2020) With LEGO I am able to shape the things I like to have my own model and that's why I came to this MOC. I believe that pictures are better than words , Also Video will make it much more better than any written description! The Model is 1:7 ratio. Your support and feedback is highly appreciated! Thanks.
  19. I am so glad to share with you my model after more than 1.5 years of development Lamborghini millennio terzo 2020 I would like to share with all of you my latest Greatest Model " Super Car Lamborghini Millennio terzo " that I tried to make a MOC out of it, I felt in love with the original model. (It is a concept car shall come in 2020) With LEGO I am able to shape the things I like to have my own model and that's why I came to this MOC. I believe that pictures are better than words , Also Video will make it much more better than any written description! The Model is 1:7 ratio. Your support and feedback is highly appreciated! Thanks.
  20. This is my new scaled model of Lamborghini Aventador SV. It is fully remote controlled, and all parts are Lego original. Features in this design include: 1. Independent suspension on all 4 wheels. 2. Openable front hood. 3. Openable rear hood. 4. Openable doors (scissor doors). 5. 2 x L motors for driving. 6. 1 x servo motor for steering. 7. Working steering wheel along with steering (540 degree lock-to-lock). 8. Working front lights along with driving motors. 9. Working rear lights along with steering motor. Here are some renders: And photos from a real build: If you like the design, please help me to vote this project on Lego Idea at Thanks! Most pictures and demonstration of a real build can be found in the following YouTube video: (The design in this video is a little outdated though.) Instructions are available. If you want it, please let me know in this post or in a personal message with your email address, I will share it with you in google photos. Thanks
  21. 8-wide Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Thanks for viewing :)KMP

    [MOC] Lamborghini Miura

    My second Lambo MOC :) Thanks for viewing !
  23. Hello I,am Georg from Germany I've decided, to post a description and building phases of my Big Scale Lamborghini Countach Lego Project. Modell: LP500S Why this car? I Love it, i have also a big Countach Collection of Modellcars The Idea was, i need a bigger Modell from the Countach, with Lego? Why not 1:18 Kyosho Modelcar served as a template. Plans on LDD start in 2007 - 2010 3 Jears Plan time on LDD, early was the LDD so slow Loading this Model abaout 1hour Time To Generate the Building Plan, the PC was over a Day on LOAD Next i buy many many many New Parts from Pick A Brick Store - I would need new Parts for this MOC Start: with Headlights open So i need 2 weeks Building Time... Then was Ready with this Moc, its my biggest one I know many Pics, I hope you like it
  24. Looking to sell my copy of this MOC. 1:8 Scale model of the legendary Lamborghini Countach by aefferen on Rebrickable. This model is absolutely massive and is definitely a great display piece. It features a 5+R gearbox, realistic suspension, pop up headlights, scissor doors, and a V12. I am looking to make shelf room for the new 42110 Defender as my supercar shelf is full and this thing takes up a lot of space! I have made some part substitutions here and there, mainly finding substitutes for the absurdly expensive red #44 connectors. I still have 4 of them in the model, but was able to avoid using any others without impacting the looks or functionality. There are probably other small substitutions in there as well that I cannot remember. Off the top of my head, I remember replacing the 14L soft axles with 12L (not visible), replacing some red thin liftarms with black ones, older curved panels with newer style ones, and replacing the red springs with yellow. I will happily help the buyer navigate these substitutions to make sure the model turns out great. Overall however, I'd say 95% of the MOC is built accurately to the Rebrickable parts list. Taking these substitutions into account, Bricklink gives a price of around $550 to build this entire MOC using a combination of used and new parts and shipping from all over the world. I will price it at $450. Feel free to message me for more details. I am very flexible on price and am willing to consider reasonable offers. I will not provide the instructions, they are the property of the designer. Looking for payment through Paypal so both buyer and seller have protection! This is a fantastic display piece and will contribute to any supercar collection! I am located in the U.S. in Illinois. Prefer U.S buyers, but can ship internationally! More images in the Spoiler
  25. This is my second wave of 1:12 scaled super car. - In case you missed my first one, here is it: As a huge fun of Lamborghini, I decided to tackle Aventador SV this time. The design is almost done, and below are some CG pictures. Stay tuned for more details and instructions.