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This article was published on June 4, 2021

Watch awesome dad build electric wooden Lamborghini for his son

It's fully functional and supercool

Ioanna Lykiardopoulou
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Ioanna Lykiardopoulou

Ioanna is a writer at SHIFT. She likes the transition from old to modern, and she's all about shifting perspectives. Ioanna is a writer at SHIFT. She likes the transition from old to modern, and she's all about shifting perspectives.

A dad from Vietnam, Truong Van Dao, built his son an electric, kid-sized wooden Lamborghini Sian Roaster, fully capable of hitting the streets! 

And it’s unbelievably cool!

This ultra-cute Lamborghini is made of wood from discarded trees and has a small electric motor that enables it to reach 25km/h.

It’s difficult to select the best of its extraordinary features, but here are my favorites: colorful speedometer screen display, LED lights, and even scissor doors. Yes, Lamborghini’s V12 trademark!

It took Truong 65 days to complete his project before he took it for a ride with his son.

You can check out more of his wooden car creations on his ND Woodworking Art YouTube channel, but for starters, watch him build from scratch the Lamborghini miniature that’s clearly an insane work of art! Click on the video above!

HT – Autoevolution


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