4 Best Lego Technic Ferrari Sets
Also, if you have younger kids (that are not ready for Lego Technic yet), you might like to check out my other article in which I list top 6 Lego City Police sets and buy them a gift.
Now let’s dive into the reviews:
Lego Racers 8145 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano 1:10
So this one is my favorite Lego Technic Ferrari set. I also own it and am its proud owner. 🙂 This Lego Ferrari model is pretty big, as its scale to the real Ferrari car is 1:10. The dimensions of this model are 25.7 x 17 x 2.8 inches (65.2 x 43.2 x 7.2 cm). Also the box is pretty big. It took me 2 weeks to completely build the model (I dedicated 1 hour daily to building though). The model features working steering, V12 engine with working pistons and the hood, boot and the doors can be opened. Most parts of this set are of the red color respectively, but the model also has beige seats. If you want a nice Ferrari Lego model, I recommend this one. In my opinion it looks best (or you might also like the Enzo set mentioned below).
Lego Racers 8653 Enzo Ferrari 1:10
This is another Lego’s Ferrari set released as a Lego Racers set. Its dimensions are of the 1:10 scale of the real Ferrari Enzo car model. This set has 1,360 pieces and obviously most of them are of the red color. The features of this model are similar to the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano set mentioned above. It is a Lego set from 2005 and is suitable for kids of the age of 10+ years. This set has no any B model, but with so many parts you can build from it virtually anything.
Lego Technic 8070 Supercar
This one is the newest set from my list. It is also the smallest one (although still pretty big), but a real Lego Technic one (not Lego Racers). However, it is not a Ferrari. But still I decided to include it into my list, because it looks like a Ferrari, too, doesn’t it? Not just because it is red. Feel free to let me know what do you think in the comments at the bottom of this post. Even if it’s not really a Ferrari, it is a nice set and it is also the cheapest one from my list. So if your budget is lower, you can buy this one. This set was released in 2011 and consists of 1,281 parts.
Lego Racers 8674 Ferrari F1 Racer 1:8
The last set on my list is a Lego Technic Ferrari set as well (actually Lego Racers, to be correct with Lego), but it is not a Ferrari supercar, it is a Formula 1 Race Car. If you are more interested in Formulas rather than Ferrari sport cars, then check out my other comparison article with reviews: Lego Technic Formula 1 Sets – you will find more details and reviews of 3 other Formula F1 Lego Technic sets in this article, too.