This driveable full-size Lego Bugatti Chiron can run at 29 kmph mark and it weighs 1,500 kg.
Lego Bugatti Chiron is something we would dream to drive, but unfortunately not too fast. The car is made of 10 lakh Lego pieces including 4,000 technic wheels. No carbon fibre or aviation grade metal has been used to make this model. What’s most interesting about it is the car was actually driven at Germany’s Ehra Lessien track at a speed of 20 kmph.
The original Bugatti Chiron comes powered by an 8.0-litre quad-turbocharged W16 engine. This engine is capable of churning out 1,479 bhp of power output. Also, the car can reach to a top speed of mind blowing 420 kmph. On the other side, the Lego Bugatti Chiron was the slowest car ever driven on Germay’s Ehra Lessien proving ground. However, that doesn’t minimize its attraction.
The Lego Bugatti Chiron looks same as an original one, but closer you go, it is visible that the car is made of beautifully coloured Lego kids blocks. The makers claim that it took 13,000 hours to build this car. Except the wheels, the entire car is made of Lego pieces. Its body uses interconnected triangualar segments including the steering wheel and an operational instrument cluster as well. The rear fin can be adjusted and there is a pure racing car look inside the twin-seater cabin with bi-colour.
The engine block is also made of 2,300 Lego pieces. However, power source is a 5.22 bhp generating electric motor. The entire car weighs 1,500 kg. While the sight of this model is an attraction itself, watching the car being driven like a real model is another spectacle indeed.