Racing fans rejoice! The LEGO Technic Ferrari Daytona SP3 (42143) is coming soon, and this 3,778-piece model just might be the most detailed yet. This 1:8 scale replica not only looks the part, but features a functional 8-speed sequential gearbox with paddle shifters, a V12 engine that sports moving pistons and sleek silver lacquered rims.
Open the pair of butterfly doors to reveal an ultra sleek interior with a near perfect recreation of the real Ferrari Daytona SP3 cockpit, complete with a prancing horse logo on the steering wheel. When built, it measures 5.5-inches tall, 23-inches long and 9.5-inches wide. The model will go on sale exclusively from LEGO Stores globally starting June 1, 2022, and at other retailers worldwide beginning August 1, 2022. For those who can’t wait, there’s still the Strand Craft V8 Daytona GT, which is a muscle car-powered personal watercraft.
- Recreation of the iconic 1970 Ferrari 512 M –Toy replica model for car enthusiasts and kids who love imaginative race action
- What’s in the box? – Everything you need to build a LEGO interpretation of the 1970 Ferrari 512 M, plus a Ferrari racing driver complete with race suit, wig and crash helmet
- Collect, play and display – Kids and car fans get to explore the 1970 Ferrari 512 M as they build, before exhibiting their work or joining friends for Speed Champions race action
- A gift forany occasion – This 291-piece LEGO Speed Champions 1970 Ferrari 512 M (76906) model can be given as a birthday gift or any-other-day surprise for kids and race car fans aged 8 and up
- Packed with details – The Ferrari 512 M model measures over 1.5 in. (4cm) high, 6.5 in. (15cm) long and 2.5 in. (7cm) wide. Plenty of room for a driver minifigure and lots of authentic detailing
It has been a great pleasure to collaborate with the LEGO Group on this model, a stunning replica of our limited-edition Daytona SP3 supercar. Thanks to this outstanding recreation with LEGO elements, Ferrari and LEGO fans can now build this car piece-by-piece and feel like they are participants in the assembly process, with the opportunity to display the final model in their own homes, where they will be able to appreciate its beauty”, said Flavio Manzoni, Chief Design Officer at Ferrari.