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An amazingly faithful replica of the LaFerrari is entertaining the Internet. It originated in Vietnam and hides Toyota’s four-cylinder technology

Cars are often an object of interest, desire, or even lust. It can be a practical family car, SUV or luxury sedan. However, many car enthusiasts don’t let sports cars sleep – just like a group of skilled craftsmen from Vietnam, who show that with a little ingenuity and a lot of luck, dreams can come true.

The team calls itself NHET TV and currently has 1.6 million subscribers on YouTube. In the past they have already created many great replicas, the last time it was a Bugatti Chiron, this time they took over a Ferrari LaFerrari and took the build quality to a higher level. It took hundreds of hours of work to build the car, and the car was made pretty much with bare hands.

The original carbon body is replaced with fiberglass, but there is a version with a mud (!) body. And although the connoisseur will spot the replica relatively quickly, it should be noted that it is a remarkable work that many will look upon.

There are upward-swinging doors, original-style five-spoke alloy wheels, and even the surprisingly functional active rear spoiler. There are fully functional LED lights front and back.

The basis of the car is a steel frame of its own construction, the heart of the car is a four-cylinder petrol engine from Toyota Carina, which, oddly enough, is placed in front of the rear axle and drives the rear wheels exactly as in the original. .

Interestingly, although there is no impressive naturally aspirated 12-cylinder engine, there is a bonnet that appears to have fallen out of sight from the original one. Evidence for the evolution of the entire chassis is the fact that the team of craftsmen went to the trouble of adjusting the chassis geometry to match the mid-engine concept with a rear axle.

Of course, the car will not accelerate from standstill to 100 km / h in less than three seconds or reach a maximum speed of 350 km / h, but it may be enough to realize a long-standing dream and a sense of excellence. At the very least, the build deserves admiration because of the tremendous passion, attention to detail, and quality of work done. What do you think?

Did you know it’s not a real LaFerrari?

Yes, but it will probably take a while, hats off.

No, I almost don’t see any difference!

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