It Looks Like A Lamborghini, But Look Closer… You’ll Never Believe It.
For car enthusiasts (and for people who simply appreciate a badass ride) the Lamborghini is the supreme luxury sports car, packed with enough speed and style to make anyone look like a boss. Unfortunately, they also cost way too much for most people to afford -- unless you get one made of cardboard, that is.
Created by a team at a Japanese packing company in Ishinomaki City, this incredible life-size Lamborghini model is constructed from 500 individual cardboard pieces and took six months to build. The Japanese word for cardboard is "damboru," so the team has aptly called this masterpiece the Damborghini. See the photos below.
The Damborghini was modeled off of the Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4.
There's no interior (and the doors don't open), but the body of the car was recreated with impressive detail.
While the real Lamborghini features a charging bull emblem on its hood, the Damborghini includes a humorous take on the original: a bull in a pair of mirrored sunglasses.
There is even a set of tires -- treads and all.
It's probably the hottest cardboard ride we've ever seen.
Source: Rocket News 24