LEGO built a life size, drivable Bugatti from over a million Technic pieces

It’s unbelievable! Can you imagine a fully-functional supercar from…Lego bricks?

In what just might be the wildest thing anyone has ever built with Lego, the company behind the bricks has built a full-size, driveable model of the Bugatti Chiron supercar. Seriously. Built partly as a passion project amongst Lego’s creative team and partly as a promo to show off at the Italian Grand Prix, the model’s final piece count clocks in at over one million Technic pieces. (Technic, for the unfamiliar, is Lego’s line of interconnecting rods, gears, axles, motors, and other parts a bit more complex than the bricks and blocks the company is best known for.) Lego says that all in all, the build process took just shy of 13,500 hours.

Source: LEGO built a life size, drivable Bugatti from over a million Technic pieces

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