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Large Scale Enzo Ferrari
This is a large scale (26 studs wide) model of the Enzo Ferrari. This has been one of my favorite cars since it designed by Ferrari in 2002, named for the company's founder. The design is heavily based on formula one technology, including an F1 style sequential shift transmission and a lightweight carbon fiber body. It is a mid-engine Berlinetta sports car with a 12 cylinder, 651 hp engine. I had been considering building a large scale model of this car for quite a while, so I was glad to finally find the time (and the red pieces!) to build this car. Hope you like it!
About this creation


here are some shots of the back; I didnt have enough room to make the rear diffuser the way I wanted to, but I think it turned out fine. look closely, notice the engine through the rear grill and see the the small gear through the center of the rear diffuser. this gear is connected to the working differential gear system inside, and turns when the car moves











Next some shots of the front. It took a while to figure out the right proportions for the front air intakes, and to find a way to fit the diagonal into place. I ended up using small black rods to hold them in place with small hinge elements









some close up shots











large side air intakes cool the engine





I only used this for the one shot, but this is what the brake pads would look like close up



this model has functional front wheel steering controlled by the steering wheel

Right turn



left turn





the back hatch opens, revealing the engine









the Enzo Ferrari has a huge, 651 horsepower, 6.0 L, V12 Engine. It can take the Enzo to a top speed of about 227 mph (365 kph)











notice the dashboard and cooling vents through the engine wall window



the Enzo has butterfly style doors









everything opens up!





See inside the front hood. The small gear is actually connected to the steering mechanism and serves as a secondary steering controller in addition to the steering wheel. This isn't actually on the real car, but I wanted to include it



next some interior shots



the glove compartment opens



bright red bucket style seats





Main pieces removed to reveal the interior.



finally, some overhead shots










Comments

 I like it 
  October 25, 2014
Great work of Lego creationism! Lots of detail!
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  December 20, 2013
Another great work! Bravo!
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  October 16, 2012
To the comment below, I think they are technic wheels, but I'm not sure. 50 likes ;) Deserves more!
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  October 12, 2012
WOW, this is even better than the normal enzo itself. What wheels did you use?
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  October 12, 2012
Large? You're not joking, that thing is huge! Nicely done :)
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  October 12, 2012
Excellent!
  May 19, 2012
Really great, but how many pieces do you need for a car like this.
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  April 28, 2011
What kind of hinge pieces did you use?
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  October 30, 2010
I love it! This just reminds me of the Tamiya 1/12 scale Enzo Ferrari - the amount of detail i simply stunning, and the engine is so good, I actually doubted if it was lego or not at first glance. You're a great builder - and keep it up! <Komioh Ransack>
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  October 20, 2010
Fabulous! Awesome! Fantastic! This so detailed! Instantly Recognized!Great job creating it!
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  June 18, 2010
Excellent!
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  May 30, 2010
pure brilliance
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  February 19, 2010
Looks perfect. Can't have been easy ...
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  December 7, 2009
wow! what a great job you did! but no wonder in this scale :-) this is so big! by rhe way... enzo definitely has scissor doors. gullwing doors has mercedes SLS ;-)
Ryan Link
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Michael Drury
  December 3, 2009
I thought the doors were called gull wings on the enzo. i love the enzo anyway and this is a great one!:D
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  December 1, 2009
wow
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  October 24, 2009
Superub car, Do you mind telling me which lego kits did you use
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  October 22, 2009
Amazing man i love it !
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  August 2, 2009
Wow! The pics started to hurt my eyes but I just couldn't look away!
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  June 19, 2009
awesome like the engine
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  May 31, 2009
Cool, I like the whole thing!
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  May 27, 2009
Astonishing!!!! This is so much better than the enzo from Lego itself. Fantastic detail, steering, ... 5* (and more if that would exist)
Ryan Link
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Josh L
  May 10, 2009
Probably the best Enzo I have ever seen. You got the shape exactly right.
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  April 18, 2009
very brilliant:D that big scale just magnficent:D please join my group it's called ''put the metal to the metal!:)
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  April 15, 2009
Excellent work.The engine is fantastic.10/10
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  April 15, 2009
Magnificent. The shape and the details are wonderful. Keep up the great work. :D
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  April 15, 2009
INCREDIBLE! i would have bought this one than the LEGO modle i made one in 6-wide check it out 5/5 JG
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  April 15, 2009
Incredible! The shape is so smooth, on this car, it looks like an actual set from Lego. Great job!
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  April 15, 2009
EPIC!!! The best Enzo ever seen!
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  April 15, 2009
wow! great job, so slick looking. You got the shape down, that is for sure. The front end is really well done. lot's of details inside. The engine bay itself is really well detailed too. Wow, great build!
 
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