Porsche 918 Spyder - Woodmodelcar®

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Porsche 918 Spyder

The Porsche 918 Spyder is a centrally powered car, presented to the public as a concept car at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2010 and atlanta in 2013. It is an all-wheel drive hybrid, the V8 4.6 engine Liter capacity with a maximum power output of 447 KW at 608 hp at 8700 rpm. The frame is made up partly of a reinforced carbon fiber monocoque with plastic and high-resistor steel and aluminum.
Scala model 1:8
Model measurements 56 x 24 x 14 cm
Weight 7,8 kg
Materials used:
  • Cembro pine wood bodywork
  • Plexiglass Windows
  • Rubber tires
  • Aluminium wheels
  • Real leather upholstery
Processing phases
Before starting to work with wood, it is
necessary to do some math. Preparing
designs and dimensions is essential for a
successful outcome.
It starts with roughing, chisel and gouge
being the irons of the trade
Little by little we see the shape grow under
the blades of the irons.
The roughened front hood.

Front with air intakes.
The finished cabin is ready to receive
The dashboard and steering wheel are
ready to receive the leather cover.
The dashboard achieves its elegance.
The location of the lighthouses.
Painted and fixed the front headlights
offer a spectacular view.
We beging recognize the line of the car.
It is real leather that is used to patch
A detail that highlights the meticulous
work and patience required for the leather
cover detail.
The result is surprising.
The focus is also on tires.
The process is carried out with traditional
machines with much attention to detail.
Light alloy rims milled and polished to a
mirror finish.
Pneumatic rims assembled, result
After several months of work, the result is proportionate to the satisfaction.

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