Return to the BUILD
“Continue building the interior of this extraordinary hypercar, which blends together a traditional configuration with controls from the latest hi-tech electronics.“
NOTE: The two Floor Mats, Partition, both Safety Belt Attachments (the parts list says one and shows two, there are two), and the Gearbox Management Control Panel will not be needed until future stages, so these parts should be safely stored for now:
Pay close attention that you save this small Gearbox Management Control Panel – it is packaged with the Central Bridge and can easily be overlooked:
Fit the two posts of the Central Bridge into the matching holes at this location of the Central Bridge Support Frame, as shown:
Secure the Central Bridge into place from below with two (2) Type B screws:
Fit the keyed post and pin of the Pushbutton Panel into the matching holes at this location of the Central Bridge Support Frame.
Yes, those are tiny printed USB labels on either side of the port – very intricate!
Secure the Pushbutton Panel into place from below with one (1) Type B screw:
Retrieve your Cockpit Floor from Stage 14. Fit the two posts of the Central Bridge Support Frame assembly into the matching holes at this location of the Cockpit Floor.
There is a bit more to attaching this Support Frame to the Cockpit Floor. First, take note of these two pins at the rear of the Support Frame:
As the Support Frame is lowered onto the Cockpit Floor, those pins need to be fitted into these matching holes at the rear of the Cockpit Floor, one of which can be seen here:
With these pins aligned into the matching holes, the main section of the Support Frame can then be fitted into place:
On both sides, fully press the pins into place to secure the rear of the Support Frame:
When placed correctly, this is how the Support Frame should rest on the Cockpit Floor:
Finally, secure this Support Frame into place from below with two (2) Type B screws:
Fit the two posts of the Front Bulkhead into the matching holes at this location of the Cockpit Floor, as shown:
When seated fully, this partition section on the driver’s side of this Bulkhead should align with the front edge of the Pushbutton Panel, as shown:
Secure this Front Bulkhead into place from below with two (2) Type B screws:
As most of the real LaFerrari is carbon fiber and other lightweight materials, it is no surprise that our model’s interior will have very little carpet. I am curious to see what kind of trim and other details we will add going forward. As this ends Pack 2 of our build, we can store this entire assembly (and the remaining unused parts) somewhere safe for now.
Stage 17 – Front Right Tyre