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  • Apr 6, 2013
At its recent Geneva Motor Show unveiling, we couldn't help but spend a good long time gawking at the new LaFerrari supercar. It isn't just that it's the newest top-line Ferrari, or even that it picks up where the Enzo left off – it's just that there's so much to look at, from the ductwork in its long nose to the delicate artistry of its sideview mirrors. There's so much aerodynamic wizardry in play on every surface that you just want to pick it up in your hand and look underneath to take a closer look every which way – even underneath.

Sadly that's not possible, but we may just have the next best thing. Autoblog reader Giorgio has come up with this clever interactive 3D model of the LaFerrari, and we think it's neat enough that you might want to take a look – check it out by scrolling below. And don't forget – we love featuring what our car-crazed readers are up to, whether here or on our Facebook page, so keep those tips coming.


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      Brandon Perlow
      • 1 Year Ago
      Ben, making a cg model takes some time. A good car like this would take a week or more depending on how many details. I don't do stuff like this for "fun". I'm sure someone else has made a more accurate version to buy-download. This model is competently made, it just misses the mark for accurately representing the beauty of this car.
        Muttons
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Brandon Perlow
        On thing I noticed that is way off though is the rear tire width:)
        Muttons
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Brandon Perlow
        It's also output to a web based real time 3D viewer, so some of the detail has likely been lost in translation. People are knocking the surfacing when they haven't even seen the actual surface that was created, just a dumbed down internet friendly version. I doubt it's perfect, but then surface created by outside users using home bought surfacing software usually isn't. It's also presented with a way over cranked perspective which throws off the perceived proportions of the car even if they are spot on.
      Giorgio
      • 1 Year Ago
      Cubize changed his name and became ThreecanDy. The new link for the LaFerrari is: http://www.threecandy.com/model/60486cf3ee2b4/
      Drakkon
      • 1 Year Ago
      I keep hoping I will wake up one day and this car will have a real name.
      Brandon Perlow
      • 1 Year Ago
      Totally Inaccurate representation. Misses the overall forms and proportions. In fact hes' added extra surfacing thats not there. Not a bad model, but its no La Ferrari. Ive done professional 3d modeling for 16 years, and this needs more work.
      imag
      • 1 Year Ago
      Imperfect or not, it does capture a bit of the ghastliness of the LaFerrari design. What a horrible-looking automobile.
      Jai302
      • 1 Year Ago
      You really dont need this car. A 2013 porsche boxster with a 2013 shelby supersnake engine is all you need. That would be THE perfect car.
      k_m94
      • 1 Year Ago
      Mclaren has this totally beat. If you have a half decent Apple or Android device with a camera, go to Mclaren's facebook page and print out a 2D black and white schematic of the P1. Download and open the Mclaren P1 app, point the camera at the printout and that paper instantly becomes the parking spot of your very own pint sized virtual model of the car. You can see it from any angle as long as the camera still sees the printout, see the aero work at different speeds as it gives you a windtunnel effect, look at the chassis and engine, move it about, and it's got more than enough detail to look completely realistic on the screen of your phone or tablet.
        Muttons
        • 1 Year Ago
        @k_m94
        And if you print out that schematic on huge plotter paper you can have a full size model in your house. It still works even when blown up huge:)
      ROLO
      • 1 Year Ago
      not a fan of this car at all and my other problem is simple the P/45 exist lol hmm a monster ferrari record braking car or a P/45 thats "just an enzo underneath" (to haters) P 4/5 oh wait u cant get it. side by side i wan the car with way less power. id pay the record smashing price for the lamer car anyday
      Toronto St. Pats
      • 1 Year Ago
      La Ferrari...lol what a gay name
      Jarod Forney
      • 1 Year Ago
      Boy...That model is extremely out of proportion with the real one. Which is weird for a scaled 3D model..
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