This doting dad has taken on an ambitious task and built his son a Lamborghini Vision GT in just 96 days.
The incredible feat was documented in a 14-minute video by YouTuber ND – Woodworking Art.
Lamborghini created the original concept car after it was designed for the iconic video game, Gran Turismo.
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The YouTuber built the car out of a steel frame and wood for his son – who loves the Vision GT.
In the video, you can see the dad starts off by sketching out the supercar before welding together a metal frame and attaching the suspension.
He then moves on to shaping the wooden panels of the Lamborghini’s body and wheels.
The design also incorporates the canopy, which opens up like a jet fighter.
No detail of the Lamborghini seems to escape the YouTuber’s attention.
Everything, even down to the hexagonal cutouts of the rims, is included in the final car.
His son even jumps in to help him finish the build, giving the camera a thumbs-up to give the Vision GT his seal of approval.
The YouTuber moves on to shaping the steering wheel, using the assistance of power tools, and completing it with the Lamborghini logo in the center.
He attaches the number 63 to the car, which represents the year Lamborghini was founded.
The supercar is then sanded down before it’s varnished.
Finally strips of light are attached to the car, most significantly installed on the Y-shaped tail light.
Previously, Lamborghini’s head of design Mitja Borkert told Supercar Blondie the tail light was an important design choice because the rear of the car would be an angle seen a lot by Gran Turismo gamers.