The Alsatian automaker and the Danish toy organization collaborated to manufacture this full-measure, completely drivable Chiron reproduction out of Lego Technic pieces. The model’s last piece includes times at more than one million Technic pieces.
Lego says the undertaking manufacture process took over 13,000 man hours. The construction of the project was begun in March of 2018.
It packs 2,304 LEGO Power Functions motors to make it really drive. The motors give a total horsepower of 5.3 and 68 lb-ft of torque. The organization says replica is said to top out at around 19 mph hypothetically and for the video the organization got the model up to around 13 mph.
339 types of LEGO Technic elements were used. It contains a Functional rear spoiler and a Functional speedometer built entirely from LEGO Technic elements
The company tested the finished product on Ehra Lessien test track outside Wolfsburg, Germany – the same track where the original Bugatti Chiron was tested with Bugatti’s official test driver and former Le Mans winner, Andy Wallace.
“Driving the LEGO Chiron was a great experience, which I thoroughly enjoyed,” said Wallace. “All those years ago I could never have imagined that one day I would actually drive a LEGO car!”
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