It’s a gorgeous set, and probably the least Technic-looking car set they’ve ever made thus far.
The comparison shots to the real-life Ferrari show off just how accurate the design is.
It helps that that there are a bajillion panels and plates. The higher the piece count, the finer the resolution, and at 3,778 pieces, I would expect nothing less.
There are some custom wheels which really add to the realism.
One thing I’m not a fan of though are the side view mirrors. They’re just missing that extra little black piece on the bottom.
That’s probably my only nitpick on the thing. Oh and the price. $399 is way too spendy for my wallet these days. But I’m sure there are a couple of moms and dads and maybe some rich kids too out there that can’t wait to get ahold of this thing. June 1 is the on-sale date for LEGO’s latest Ferrari set, 42143 Ferrari Daytona SP3 (<== affiliate link), and if you can purchase one fast enough at the stroke of midnight EST on May 31, you should be able to get it delivered by Father’s Day June 19th. It’s available exclusively through LEGO until August 1st, where it will be available at other retailers.