Southeast Asia produces some of the most spectacular reproductions of home-built supercars, but this one we have to say that is the most impressive we’ve seen until now. This time we will speak about the man who made wooden version of the Lamborghini Sian, Bugatti Centodieci, and Ferrari 250 GTO in the past.
However, he has decided to create a Lamborghini V12 GT Vision Gran Turismo replica for his son. The V12 GT Vision Gran Turismo is one of Lamborghini’s oddest concept vehicles in the recent decade, therefore replicating its design is difficult.
To begin with his project, the skilled craftsman began by constructing a simple steel frame for the automobile, which he then finished with all of the essential components to make it functional. A tiny electric motor is also claimed to have been added by him.
The Bugatti Chiron, on the other hand, is one of the most expensive automobiles in the world, with a price tag of almost 3 million euros. Even at such a high price, which only a small percentage of the world’s population can afford, rich owners must wait months, if not a year, for their order.
At the same time, four friends with very little money needed to work with their enthusiasm and imagination to create a model that, at least from afar, looked identical to the premium automobile. The Vietnamese lads have uploaded a video of their monster, which is nearly completely made of fiberglass and dirt.