Lego creates a life-sized and drivable replica of the Bugatti Chiron

Lego creates a life-sized and drivable replica of the Bugatti Chiron
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An extraordinary feat by LEGO Technic has amazed the automotive world: the creation of a life-sized and fully drivable Bugatti Chiron made entirely of LEGO. With over a million pieces, this masterpiece was built without the use of glues and has the capacity to accommodate up to two passengers.

Despite its maximum speed of 20 km/h, compared to the incredible 420 km/h of the original Bugatti Chiron, the unique experience offered by this giant toy vehicle is unparalleled.

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This remarkable construction marks LEGO Technic’s debut in the development of a large-scale mobile construction. Comprising 2,304 mini engines and 4,032 gears, the 1.5-ton set generates a power of 5.3 hp and a torque of approximately 9.3 kgfm.

Although these performances are modest compared to the real Bugatti Chiron, which boasts 1,520 horsepower at 6,700 rpm and a torque of 163.1 kgfm between 2,000 and 6,000 rpm, the technical achievement and attention to detail are truly remarkable.

The lengthy creation process of the LEGO Bugatti Chiron required more than 13,000 hours of dedicated work, resulting in a masterpiece that stands out for its visual similarity to the original model when viewed from afar.

However, upon closer inspection, the meticulousness of the LEGO surface texture can be appreciated, adding a charming touch to the replica. The inaugural exhibition of the car took place at the prestigious Formula 1 Grand Prix of Monza in Italy, revealing to the public the incredible fusion of engineering and creativity from LEGO Technic.

Source: AutoEsporte

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