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Get ready for over 20 hours of kit-building joy. The die-cast body, real rubber tyres, and plastic detailing of this Lamborghini Aventador are all pre-decorated, so all that’s left is to take those 794 pieces and put them together!
The iconic bright yellow of Giallo Orion makes for the most eye-catching finish. Every single detail of the original car has been faithfully depicted, with the trademark scissor doors and hidden door handles, Y-shaped daytime running lights, and even the nuances of the mighty V12 engine all included.
Measuring 60cm (24") long, 29cm (12")wide, and 15cm (6") tall, this model should be at the center of any display once you’ve finished making it.
The Lamborghini Aventador is surely the first car that comes to mind when you think of supercars. Filippo Perini designed this powerful machine inspired by military aviation. You can see the influence of the F-117 Stealth Fighter jet in the geometric shape, the wide hexagonal air intake that looks like it could suck up a small dog, and the raked windscreen, which leaves just enough space for driver and passenger.
On the inside are military-grade buttons and switches, including a little red flip-up switch over the power button. This is just like the catch in fighter jets to prevent accidental firing. Factor in the Lamborghini Aventador’s 0-60mph in 2.9-second acceleration and the F1-style push rod suspension design, and you have a super-car capable of immense power, easily pushing 217mph as its top speed.
Lamborghini made around 750 a year of this highly desirable car, adding to its luxurious, exclusive nature. It was released just weeks before the beatification of Pope John Paul II in a genius marketing move that may or may not have been deliberate. Production ended in 2022, but we’re bringing it back in 1.8 scale model form, making this the only new Lamborghini Aventador you’ll get in 2023.