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Aviantenz 16R
I saw some fellow's Lamborghini Renazzo concept and was instantly convinced I must build my own.
About this creation

Should be making you think of a Lamborghini Diablo right about now.







Blurry photos, since the wobbly stand won't stop moving, and the wobble photographer won't either. =P







Adjustable air intakes.







Gots to keep the engine cool, since there's no firewall.







2.3 minute diagram of my brilliant magnet road system. Magnetics angles towards the middle of the lane would keep you stable, while eliminating any rolling resistance and tire noise. Changing lanes would be a bugger, so would intersections come to think of it. We don't use those in the future. (Blanket excuse, activate!)







Super comfy tan interior! With no clutch, I was paying attention.







Fully adjustable seats, and a piston knob shifter. Of course, that just goes D-R-N-P, not 1-2-3-4-5-6.







Complete with a pull-out telephone! I don't care if it's illegal now, they had them in the Countach!







Random view







16 rotor wankel engine for thrust. Do not exceed 7000rpm or 130F. EVER.







And some random views....







I figure, since this is a hovercar the 0-60 might be reduced to 2 seconds or something.







The only real material problem so far is without tires or friction, the only propulsion is coming from the action/reaction law. But in traffic, you can quickly see that this method of propulsion doesn't work well. Just think about it a minute.








Thanks for viewing!








Comments

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  August 25, 2013
Wow, Brilliant!
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  February 18, 2013
really cool! you warned us not to go over 7000 rpm, but how can we beat 7000 rpm in a car without wheels?
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  August 11, 2012
Cool concept. I like your idea of magnetic roads, the creativness also makes this MOC even better- 500/5!
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  April 27, 2012
Great!
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  April 18, 2012
I had the same idea for the future roads :P Great build!
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  April 12, 2012
if there is one model that converts well into a ship it s a lambo! lol! ok, delorean ai nt bad either, lol, great job, some liberties are allowed with lego, and that s a great way of doing it, mine is to 'monster truck' everything, lol, I take my biggest tires, and install them on minifig scale cars, on a bus, police car, semi...pretty funny stuff! great work!
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  April 5, 2012
It's P-R-N-D... and sometimes it is followed by ...-D-3-2-1. Nice MOC.
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  April 4, 2012
spectacularly cool >
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  April 4, 2012
Cool! Great overall look of the shaping! The rear is awesome!5/5 :-)
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  April 2, 2012
Great stuff, fantastic job on the intakes and engine.
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  March 31, 2012
W O W !!! You really captured the design spirit of Lamborghini and tranferred it into this Speeder! A great idea + great design + great details = Great job! :-))
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  March 31, 2012
Great! This hovercar has real Bull-blood in it! Sitting in an Lambo, makes you always feeling more like flying instead of just driving. Every inch is designed so well and beautiful! Very good job, you have done.
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  March 31, 2012
Really cool concept and design. Nice blending of two of your building styles, with both automobiles and spaceships. I like the resemblence to the Lamborghini, some real skill there. Your idea does away with the need for road construction and tire companies. Less auto maintenance because of decreased wear and tear. I think you're on to something here, Senator.
Senator Chinchilla .
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Chris Melby
  March 30, 2012
This thing is reminding me of Back To The Future right about now, with Italian Styling instead of a pile of stainless steel! Cool design
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  March 30, 2012
Very cool! I really like the upholstery on the seats. It's a big scale, and I wonder if it would accommodate one of those big Tecnic figures? I would love to see one of those figures in the vehicle. If they don't fit, I encourage you to build your next air car to accommodate one of them. I really think it would enhance an already powerful MOC. Also, your detailed diagram of magnetic roads in the future...hmmm...never mind :) After you put in all the effort to build this excellent MOC, you should really take the time to stabilize your camera. It would take 10 more minutes at the end of hours of building, but it would pay of big in terms of presentation. We all want to see this sucker in CLEAR photos. Take your time with presentation, it will allow us to see how cool this MOC REALLY is. Attack!
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  March 30, 2012
Nice! Very "Lambo-like!" -LB Jr
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  March 30, 2012
Very original thing-a-mading! Dont worry too much about problems with the theory; they are actually not too difficult to solve, so this could really have a lot of future! (Google mag-lev trains...)
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  March 30, 2012
Sweet car, but the theory might use a little work. It seems like too much speed would throw the car off the road on a turn, and tilting the road would require a constantly shifting road to account for weight. The car is an excellent build, though.
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  March 30, 2012
Sweet car, but the theory might use a little work. It seems like too much speed would throw the car off the road on a turn, and tilting the road would require a constantly shifting road to account for weight. The car is an excellent build, though.
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  March 30, 2012
Haha you are hilarious. This is amazing. The rear end is fantastic and I love the door/side air intake thingies. My favourite bit is your excellent sketch ;)
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  March 30, 2012
Gorgeous!
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  March 30, 2012
great concept, I like the overall shape and the back exhaust is great. 5/5
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  March 30, 2012
I love the headlights, and I will definitely buy one, if I manage to finish my hover DeLorean. By the way a 16 rotor wankel seems enough to propel a train, so I say 0-60 is 0.2 not 2 secs.
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  March 30, 2012
This is a very nice concept car, I love how you shaped the rear and the front, well, all of it really! And the headlights, very nice...
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  March 30, 2012
That car would work for me! Going into the future with style. Nice!
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  March 30, 2012
Senator, this car is amazing. I like the futuristic look, especially the air intakes. 5/5
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  March 30, 2012
Now there's a future we can all enjoy!
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  March 30, 2012
WOW! I love this! Such a futuritic beauty! I love those gills on the back and it looks super fast! It must be very well built, you got more than two words from MD lol
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  March 30, 2012
Amazing Build!
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  March 30, 2012
Now this is cool! I will own a lambo speeder one day. This could easily be ripping through the skies of coruscant. I can promise, had this beauty been parked next to the one anakin took to chase zam, it would have been a short scene. Lol. Great build. P.S. once a scientist figures out repulsorlift tech this car will move... 0 to blur in under 3 sec.
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  March 30, 2012
Hiya! Senator. Chincilla, very nice silhouette - ravishingly beautiful!
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  March 30, 2012
I especially like the rear-end! Very Lamborghini like.
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  March 30, 2012
Wow!This looks excellent!So many details and I love the front and rear look.Great job!:)
 
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