Highly skilled artist Taras Lesko has created a paper replica of the McLaren P1 which as you can see appears to be very accurate.

Highly skilled artist Taras Lesko has created a paper replica of the McLaren P1 which as you can see appears to be very accurate.

If the name rings a bell, that’s because Taras Lesko is the same guy who built a half-scale paper model of a Lamborghini Aventador police car more than a year ago. Called Aventador A-E2, the ambitious project took approximately 120 hours to complete and cost $1,000, with the completed paper car weighing a hefty 11.3 kg (22.5 lbs).

Now, Taras is back with a McLaren P1 which is 76 cm (30 inches) long and was assembled by using no less than 139 parts on 40 pages. It's available as a PDF for $3.99 which means you will have to take care of printing while the printed version is going to set you back $24.99. Also on sale is an untextured version for $2.99 and a duo pack priced at $7.19 (PDF) and $44.99 (printed).

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