Even if Mazda has stopped using the Wankel, I may never...
About this creation
The front, with some odd headlamps and MacPherson strut suspension.
Come to think of it, this whole thing is rather odd.
The side with more tiles than you can shake a stick at.
And the back, which is a bit mental. Oh who am I kidding, its insane.
Not as insane of 5 rotors on my Wankel engine! =D Naturally aspirated, just to be a tiny bit realistic.
And some seats! With real seating action!
I decided it was high-time someone used trans-clear as a color in a Lego interior. So I did.
Looks like some sort of glacier is flowing down the center console.
It also comes with what looks to me like torsion bars. Random view strikes again!
Now at this point I assume you want a trunk right? Well it doesn't have one.
It does have an airbrake, though. Good thing I have my priorities straight.
And at this point, I bet you're wondering why this isn't camo. Well that's easy. Its because I started building this, then got bored and built a giant yellow Da***n *4**, then ordered some bricks for said Da***n, and then I got some camo to go with it and now, 5 or 6 MOC's later, its finally done. Logic: it doesn't seem to apply to me.
Very cool original design!
Seems like something straight out of a 90's infomercial!
I love the overall, the door placement, and the design of the front and rear fasica. The airbrake is very cleverly hidden and other minute details like lights and interior features are all impressive in their own right.
Nicely done! 5/5
I really like the interior of the is car. the seats are a great shape and the glacier effect is very good indeed. I also like the airbrake idea. This whole car is very James Bond to me. A trunk? No! Where are the missiles?