The wooden copy of the Lamborghini Vision GT comes with several functional details.
Lamborghini supercars are always exciting cars. Car customization artist Woodworking Art has posted a video online showing a Lamborghini Vision GT made of wood. The wooden copy of the Lamborghini V12 GT Vision Gran Turismo is created for children’s play, but it has high-quality detail that strikes the mind at first sight. According to the video, it took 96 days to make a copy of the car.
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Interestingly, this same wood artist previously made wood replicas of Lamborghini Sian, Bugatti Centodieci and Ferrari 250 GTO. The latest Lamborghini V12 GT Vision Gran Turismo is one of the most amazing concept cars ever showcased by the Italian cult supercar brand. Repeating the same design with wood flooring is no easy task, but the designer has made it possible.
The video shows how the tuner started the project by building a simple steel frame for the car and installing on it all the necessary suspension and braking components to make it functional. A small electric motor is installed on board. Once the car frame was ready, the builder sprayed everything and created a hood and trunk door that could be lifted remotely.
After the completion of the inner frame began work on the body. While Lamborghini built the Vision Gran Turismo concept from a variety of exotic materials, the replica body was built entirely of wood. The tuner even took care of creating wooden brake calipers and wooden hub caps that are located above the rear wheels.
Not only the exterior but also the car has a cab that has been influenced by the original model. He gets a futuristic steering wheel. The artificial engine cover was also made of wood. A replica of the car comes with a number of bright LED lights on its exterior, which further enhances its visual appeal.
Date of first publication: 2:43 PM IST on May 23, 2022