AUTOart's 1:18 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Makes for a Sweet Holiday Present

If somebody told you that they wanted a Lamborghini Aventador for Christmas, there’s a good chance that you probably wouldn’t be able to afford it. Fret not, as AUTOart has a reasonable alternative in the form of a 1:18 scale model of the mighty Aventador.

The downside to giving this scale model as a Christmas gift is the obvious fact that nobody’s going to be able to drive it. Apart from that, this scale model has all the tools to be a hot seller for the holidays.

The detailing of this Giala Orion Aventador is mighty impressive, particularly the interior, which was done so intricately that a lot of details contained in it can actually be found on the actual supercar. The kind of attention to detail needed to make that possible is incredible and goes to show just how finely built this scale model is.

Here’s the other caveat: this scale model doesn’t come cheap at all. We assume that in large part because of the intricate design of the model – on top of the royalties paid to Lambo – but AUTOart has priced it at a whopping €168, which is about $220 based on current exchange rates.

But if someone’s insistent enough to want an Aventador for the holidays, you can make that person happy without having to burn holes in your wallet.


8 comments:

the price seems fine to me, considering it carefully. and I think it is also suitable for children to find out the cars

I still would not do such a gift because it seems too expensive and do not know how it would be appreciated

It might be handcrafted at this price. otherwise do not understand the price. after all can be produced in large scale

how much meticulously. I’m curious if the details are handmade

oh god, to do such a gift? only I find it very expensive?!

a great idea for a gift, but only for someone who has no children

not a big fan of cars like this, but if all would be like this, I would probably become

oh! is so cute! I adore it!!!

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