The Bugatti Chiron — a super sporty supercar worth millions — is a dream to drive for any auto enthusiast. However, one made altogether of Legos takes the possibility of costly toys to an entirely new level.
Lego reported that it has effectively manufactured a Life-size, driveable copy of the Bugatti Chiron, altogether made of in excess of 1 million Legos.
The Lego Bugatti Chiron is completely fully functioned car that can fit two travelers inside. Lego says the car can attain a speed somewhat more than 12 miles per hour (hypothetically up 18 miles per hour) and weighs more than 3,000 pounds.
It has 5.3 horsepower, and also genuine Bugatti Chiron wheels. Two batteries in the car serve as its overall power source. Although there is no gas or acceleration pedal, as the car is driven by voltage level, there is a working pedal for the brake.
The car is the first of its kind and is built by using 339 types of Lego Technic elements. No glue was used in building the car, as the company says.
The car’s engine itself is made from 2,304 Lego Power Functions motors, with 4,032 Lego Technic gear wheels and 2,016 LEGO Technic cross axles.
It was created by Lego designers at Kladno in the Czech Republic known for creating the extravagant pieces that you see in the Lego stores and Legoland parks.