Lamborghini’s Lego version of the Sian supercar will make you a little less sian during circuit breaker
Who says owning a supercar in Singapore has to be an expensive affair? For just S$549.90, you can have your very own limited edition Lamborghini supercar to show off to your neighbours.
Of course you’ll have to be allowed to bring it over for them to see, since they might miss it in your driveway if you leave it there.
Lamborghini has announced its 1:8 scale Lego Technic version of its Sian supercar. No it’s not sian but pronounced ‘sy-ahn’.
Building it yourself is all part of the fun, but it’s fully backed and endorsed by Lamborghini themselves, so it’s as close as you can get to the real thing for a fraction of the cost.
It’s an impressive model too, for it is a 3,696-piece replica of the Sian FKP 37 hybrid supercar that was unveiled at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show, finished in an eye-catching lime green shade and paired with golden wheels. At 1:8 scale, it’s also pretty sizeable, with the final dimensions standing in at 60cm long, 25cm wide, and 13cm high.
Given its size, and Lego Technic’s reputation for craftsmanship, it’s no surprise that the Sian FKP 37 model is impeccably detailed. From the V12 engine, to the suspension design, all the mechanical details have been painstakingly recreated to mimic the real thing as accurately as possible.
The iconic scissor doors open up as you would expect a Lamborghini should, and the rear spoiler pops up as well. There’s even a fully-functioning 8-speed sequential gearbox that’s operated by the moving paddle shifters, which is an absolutely cool feature for Lego car enthusiasts to geek out on.
There’s also a small surprise when you open up the front hood of the model, where you’ll find an overnight bag, and a unique serial number with which you can access unique content at www.lego.com/en-sg/campaigns/lamborghini-sian.
The Lamborghini Sian FKP 37 Lego Technic model goes on sale here in Singapore at Lego Certified Stores starting from June 1, so it’ll make for a very nice present to celebrate the end of the Circuit Breaker indeed.
Lego has produced a large number of official models in the past, including the James Bond DB 5 coupe, classic Mini, a Caterham, and Porsche 911 RSR.