Bugatti Veyron paper car design being offered for free (Video)

By on May 2, 2012 in Automobile, Lifestyle, United States Comments

A Bugatti Veyron paper car version was recently built, as shown in the video below, with the design being offered for free by its creator Taras Lesko, which is available on his official creative design website.

Bugatti Veyron paper car
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As noted at late last week, Mr. Lesko mentioned that his personal creation is a 2.5ft long (around 76 centimeters) papercraft replica of Bugatti Veyron, notably one of the world’s fastest and most expensive super-cars ever.

According to Lesko on his profile page, he began working in the design field professionally in 2003 during his junior year at O’Mor College of Design in Franklin, Tennessee, where he finished Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts and Visual Communications a year later.

The complete design for making the Bugatti Veyron paper supercraft consists of 159 parts and the instructions are written on 44 pages, which is available for free via pdf files on the said website, with Lesko saying that he spent around 6 hours to assemble his masterpiece.

“I specifically designed this papercraft with detailed templates and instructions for any hobbyist to easily enjoy.” Lesko wrote at; who is however requesting some donations of any amount to support his efforts and to help him offer more projects.

Meanwhile, Lesko replies to questions posted on his website wherein he recommends 8.5″x11″ letter size 110lb cardstock paper be used for printing the design, noting that regular copy paper will not be rigid enough.

In addition, Lesko said he likes using tacky craft glue but emphasizing that any kind of glue can be used, along with two desktop plotters/cutters called Silhouette SD to cut the templates.

Making of Bugatti Veyron paper car
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